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Things About Skins
Tensions increase between U.S. and Bolivian governments
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
The diplomatic relationship between the United States and Bolivian governments continued to deteriorate in the last months of 2008...
12/26/08 - Tribes on verge of regaining a portion of lost Oregon land
Standing in the shadows of a dilapidated lumber mill, Jeff Mitchell picked up a piece of firewood from the pile on the cold concrete floor and held it in the sunlight.
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
TOPEKA, Kan.—The Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site served as the venue recently to shed light on an unsung chapter in American history...
A vision about to come true
Jim Largo, Today correspondent
SOUTH CONGAREE, S.C. – Steve Silverheels, a Mohawk and Seneca Indian and a minister, lived in Wilmington, N.C. for more than 14 years and now plans to move west to Brevard, N.C...
Turning it around
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
12/26/08 - Tribe's tarnished history undermines casino plan
The tribal chairman of the Mashpee Wampanoag blames the media and tribal infighting for public reconsideration of whether they want a gambling casino in their neighborhood run by t...
12/26/08 - Men OK after tree quest lasts all night
Two men who spent the night outdoors in the Keller Butte area of the Colville Indian Reservation were found safe the morning of Dec. 22...
Gordon Van Wert gives back
Maria Scandale, Today Correspondent
BEMIDJI, Minn. – “Art is a healing thing,” said sculptor Gordon Van Wert...
12/26/08 - Utah adoption battle hinges on Indian Child Welfare Act
Heather and Clint Larson hoped they’d be spending Christmas with a newly adopted 6-month-old boy...
12/26/08 - Crist sees little chance
Gov. Charlie Crist acknowledges there is little chance lawmakers will approve a deal to expand Seminole Indian gaming during a special legislative session next month.
12/26/08 - Vi Hilbert, 90, kept Indian language alive
Vi "Taq Se Blu" Hilbert repeated the sounds over and over again, until those listening could mimic her exactly. It was a simple method, but Hilbert used it for decades...
12/26/08 - Settlement for battle over dams expected soon
A bitter and protracted battle over two hydroelectric dams on the North Fork of the Skokomish River could be drawing to a close...
The few, the chosen and proud Native Grammy nominees
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
SANTA MONICA, Calif. – When the final nominee list for the 51st annual Grammy awards were announced by the Recording Academy Dec...
Crystal Shawanda the biggest winner at Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
TORONTO – It’s a good thing Crystal Shawanda did not abandon her career after her devastation at age 11 when she failed to win a singing contest...
Bard of the Mushkegowuk takes top literary prize
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
TORONTO – It’s not often that a literary prize would be of much interest to the residents of remote communities in the swamplands north of the 51st parallel...
Discovery’s ‘America’s First Nations’ sparks debate
Gale Courey Toensing
AKWASASNE, N.Y. – The Discovery Channel’s documentary film about the Haudenosaunee has sparked a controversy over historical accuracy, racial stereotyping, tone and intent...
Re-establishing Indian policy
Letter to the Editor
W e are at a threshold point in American history...
Letter to the Editor
I am a big supporter of diversity, competition and change. I was wondering why President-elect Barack Obama hasn’t appointed any American Indians to his cabinet...
Russell: Domestic, dependent change agents?
W hen I was a student in the 70s, we used to insult a speech we didn’t like by calling it “a bunch of rhetoric.” That is a criticism without substance...
Jurors’ statements ‘built upon prejudice’ fail to result in a new trial
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER — “Gross generalizations” about American Indians by jurors in an assault case failed to override federal appellate judges’ concerns about jury confidentiality, according to ...
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