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Thing About Skins
Assessing the Presidents; Ronald Reagan
For much of Indian country and for many others, President Ronald Reagan will always be the good-humor man because of remarks he made in Russia, in 1988, at Moscow State University...
Bead Work Exhibit Opens
ANADARKO, Okla. -The Southern Plains Indian Museum administered by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board of the U.S...
Big-League Endorsements for Calif. Assembly Race
Bush in the Field of Screams
Suzan Shown Harjo
The White House's choice of Carlisle Barracks as the venue for the President's May 24 speech is no doubt as complex and it is intriguing...
Critique of Seneca Nation Shows Economic Confusion
'FIRST TO FIGHT', BY HENRY MIHESUAH, EDITED BY DEVON ABBOTT MIHESUAH
LINCOLN, Neb. - Born in 1922, Henry "Charlie" Mihesuah, Comanche of the Quahada band, grew up in the 1920s and '30s on his family's allotment near Duncan, Okla...
Housing Crisis at San Carlos Apache Reservation
TUBA CITY, Ariz. - When Congress came out to tribal lands to hear about American Indian nations' housing problems, they got an earful from the San Carlos Apache tribe...
ICE Hopes to Expand to Single-Family Hogans
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. Indigenous Community Enterprises hopes to expand its traditional Navajo hogan home program to accommodate families next year...
Mattaponi Attorney Argues Intervention Case to Court of Appeals
RICHMOND, Va. - A decision by the Court of Appeals of Virginia in a few weeks could add yet another twist in the fate of the King William reservoir...
National Indian Gaming Commission Respects Tribal Sovereignty
I am writing in response to an editorial printed in Indian Country Today on May 19 (Vol...
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