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Home Sweet New Home
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Cherokee Nation scholarships provide opportunities for students.
Staff Reports / Indian Country Today
Trimble: Who will lead our ;Cosby' challenge?
Charles Trimble / Indian Country Today
American Indian leaders and delegates will soon be heading for the Democratic National Convention in Denver to name Sen. Barack Obama their candidate for president...
Into a new era for indigenous rights
Editors Report / Indian Country Today
Over the past 30 years, indigenous peoples around the world have expressed greater public self-consciousness of their needs for recognition of land, resources and greater political...
Hog farm applies for water permit
NMAI ceremony and week in Washington honor young writers
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
WASHINGTON - Five young Native writers were the occasion June 26 for an honoring ceremony in the Potomac Atrium of the National Museum of the American Indian...
Final trials held for Denver Columbus Day parade protesters
DENVER - Eight months after Denver;s annual Columbus Day parade, trials arising from a parade controversy ended May 30 with the acquittal of a Lakota woman in a wheelchair who had ...
Annual First American Leadership Awards event honors Indian business leaders
FORT MCDOWELL YAVAPAI NATION, Ariz...
Maine governor restores tribal-state commission funding
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
AUGUSTA, Maine - The funding that was cut from the Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission;s budget by the judiciary committee has been restored by the governor...
Indian Law Resource Center fights for indigenous rights
BILLINGS, Mont. - ;'Why didn't they vote for the basic rights of Indian people?...
News from the Pacific Northwest
Richard Walker / Indian Country Today
Jamestown S;Klallam's vice chairman studying racial disproportionality OLYMPIA, Wash...
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