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12 Days of Posters: Water Is Life
Kill the Stereotype, Save the People
Bankruptcy Ruling Nets Navajo Cleanup $$
The Flu: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate
5 Questions With Diego García Sayán
Mayflower Brings Permanent Settlers
Navajo Chef Launches Travel/Cooking Show
The Idle No More Video You Missed
Galbraith Exits; Thiele Enters
Coyote Thoughts: My Best Christmas Prese
Kwantlen University Heals Rifts in B.C.
10 Strange Native-Themed Christmas Gifts
Loudermilk Named BIA’s Alaska Director
Three Feathers Casino Verdict a Victory
12 Days of Posters: Ernesto Yerena
Honoring Horses at New Year's Pow Wow
Cabazon Gives $10K to Red Cross
Tribes Fight to Stop Delta Tunnels in CA
Taino Identity Beyond Columbus
Poverty Porn vs Real Stories of Struggle
Things About Skins
Columbus da Butcher
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Advocates consider next step on health care bill
WASHINGTON – The Indian Health Care Improvement Act reauthorization bill, turned back by the Bush administration and its congressional allies in the 108th, the 109th and now the 11...
Wall Street crisis clouds rez road
NEW YORK – With major bank closings and mergers taking Wall Street by storm, American Indian-focused investment programs and individual Indians who work in the finance sector have ...
Rosenfeld: Alaska is a disaster
After 11 years working in rural Alaska, I feel obligated to share my observations regarding the Third World living conditions facing more than 200 rural Native communities, and the...
A fearsome election
Letter to the Editor
The “Exceptionalism” piece by Kim TallBear [“‘Exceptionalism’ narrative doesn’t jive,” Vol. 28, Iss. 13] expressed my feelings to some degree, and stirred the rest...
A fight for life
UPPER PENINSULA, Mich. – Imagine sending a child into a restaurant to see if they have table and chairs that you can fit in...
Padilla: Combating fake Indian Arts and Crafts: a proposal for action
Helen B. Padilla
I n 1935, Congress enacted the first of several laws – the Indian Arts and Crafts Act –aimed at putting an end to trafficking in non-genuine Indian arts and crafts...
Thanksgiving serves up some ‘old time religion’
Letter to the Editor
Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt of a popular column written by our late friend and teacher, John C. Mohawk (1945-2006). It was originally published in Nov. 2003...
Newcomb: On ‘savages’
O n Oct. 23, 2008, Dick Pound, a high profile Canadian Olympic official, was giving an interview to a French-language newspaper...
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The INROADS organization is a great ally for American Indian students seeking corporate-level employment...
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