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Passing on the staff: An interview with Dennis Banks.
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent Part one WASHINGTON - Dennis Banks, the 75-year-old Ashinaabe co-founder of the American Indian Movement and activist in Native issues for ...
Ground blessing prepares for Democratic Nation Convention
Massive event to take place Aug...
Group revives ancient trade route
PETOSKEY, Mich. - A group of 26 youth from the Little Traverse Bay Bands Youth Group embarked on a historic journey recently...
Peace and Dignity Journey
Okhuu Downey, 5, Cree/Tewa/Wailaki, took a break during a community welcoming feast in Denver as a proclamation was read from Colorado Gov...
Undated American Indian skeleton to be repatriated
DENVER - The Colorado state archaeologist said July 17 that recently recovered Native remains, formerly kept in the closet of a private home in Pueblo County, will be administered ...
Hannah Duston, Passaconaway bobbleheads criticized
The Associated Press
South Carolina modifies turkey feather law for Native artists
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Native artists in South Carolina can now legally sell and use wild turkey feathers in their crafts, regalia and artwork...
Cranbrook to give bones to Little Traverse Bay Band
The Associated Press
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich...
Soboba Band to hold meeting on P.L. 280
SAN JACINTO, Calif...
President is the last dam in Soboba water rights issue
Update: President George W. Bush signed the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians Settlement Act into law on July 31. SAN JACINTO, Calif...
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