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Trahant: The abortion debate overrides health care reform
I ’d love to be wrong, but health care reform is dead. I know, I know, the process is not over...
Avery: The lessons we’ve learned
A fter more than a decade of intense attention to diabetes, including funding for new programs and services, what have we learned?...
Proper foot care can help diabetics
Wabanaki Perspectives shared culture and history
Gale Courey Toensing
Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians Chief Brenda Commander, Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians member Richard Silliboy, and former Maine Attorney General Steve Rowe comprised a panel th...
A soldier’s life
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
H ow do you get from picking fruit in the San Joaquin Valley at 6 to being a year away from retiring after a distinguished 32-year career in the Army?...
Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa celebrates Native American Heritage Month
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – Beginning a month of cultural events spread throughout the city during November, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa celebrated the opening ceremony of the city’s Native Ameri...
Record breaking crowds at Autry National Center
LOS ANGELES – Nearly 3,000 visitors enjoyed a weekend of Native American history and culture at the Autry National Center...
Heritage Month brings recollection and hope for reconciliation
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – November is proclaimed American Indian Heritage Month in Colorado by Gov. Bill Ritter amid congratulatory fanfare...
Native students encouraged to embrace their culture
Holly Bowen, Moscow-Pullman Daily News, Moscow, Idaho
(MCT) – Cameron Piscoya thinks many Native Americans choose not to go to college because they don’t want to leave the support and traditions of their families at home...
Peace Corps celebrates National Native American Heritage Month
WASHINGTON – Throughout the month of November, the Peace Corps is celebrating National Native American Heritage Month and honoring the contributions of Native American Peace Corps ...
NEA shines light on ‘invisibility factor’ experienced by AI/AN students
WASHINGTON – November is National American Indian Heritage Month , a time to recognize the rich history and heritage of American Indians and Alaska Natives...
By the President of the United States of America
T he indigenous peoples of North America – the First Americans – have woven rich and diverse threads into the tapestry of our Nation’s heritage...
White Bison founder says award will fund his dream
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo...
The Historic Obama Tribal Summit: Uphold the Spirit of America's Founding
On this week of Veteran's Day 2009, Indian Country witnessed the historic meeting of the Obama administration with Indian tribes on November 5, 2009...
New York must cut, not raise taxes, fees
Apparently, the state of New York doesn’t get it. If this state wants to keep and attract business and residents, then here’s the solution: cut taxes and fees...
Pinoleville updates casino plans
Pinoleville Indian Nation hosted a meeting Thursday in Ukiah to talk about its plans to build a casino on the old site of Ken Fowler motors north of Ukiah...
Tribal spending for D.C. travel concerns some
Almost half of the Rosebud Sioux tribal council flew to Washington, D.C., during the recent Tribal Nations Conference hosted by President Barack Obama, though only its chairman was...
EchoHawk discusses water rights
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
PAWNEE, Okla. – A rising battle over water rights for Oklahoma tribes loomed at a listening conference with Assistant Secretary of the BIA Larry EchoHawk Oct...
New Utah curriculum focuses on Indians
Like all kids in Utah, American Indian children are required by law to attend school, but they are rarely taught about their own history, culture or customs...
Shipibo-Konibo elects first tribal council in Peruvian Amazon
Mershona Parshall, Special to Today
O n Oct. 18, the Shipibo-Konibo elected its first tribal council, consisting of an Apo (Chief) and four officers...
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