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Thing About Skins
Delaware Tribe sets vote in independence effort
Although the Bartlesville-based tribe has been associated with the Cherokee Nation for years, it gained federal recognition in the 1990s, only to lose it again in 2004 under a fede...
Race forum brings apology, calls for change, respect
Reaction to recent news of teenagers allegedly shooting BB pellets at Native Americans as they drove the streets of Rapid City ranged from shock and anger to hurt and resignation...
MATTERS AT HAND: Nickname dispute enters a new phase
The dispute about UND’s nickname and logo seems to have entered a new phase, as North Dakota’s Sioux tribes prepare to vote on the question...
Letters: Native American names should be used to honor
In response to Byron Grow's April 5 letter, I agree that political correctness has gone beyond common sense in changing the names of team mascots, However, I was offended by the la...
Conservation efforts take a big step forward
The Nisqually River and its watershed are among the great treasures in a region rich with natural wonders...
Speaker offers idea of 'virtual state' for American Indians
Mark Charles would like Native Americans to start thinking outside the box about themselves and their political voice in the United States...
PBS series looks at Indian history
When French explorer Samuel de Champlain came to America in the early 17th century, tens of thousands of native people already were settled in New England...
Obama wants EchoHawk at BIA
WASHINGTON – Confirming previous reports by Indian Country Today, President Barack Obama announced April 10 that he plans to nominate Larry EchoHawk as assistant secretary for Indi...
Connect with Native roots at Xat’sull Heritage Village
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
WILLIAMS LAKE, British Columbia – The Xat’sull Heritage Village project began as a step in cultural revitalization for youth of the Soda Creek First Nations in 1996...
New law settles tribal water rights
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama has signed the Omnibus Public Lands Management Act into law, which includes provisions that support tribal water rights and other positive India...
8th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention set for August
HONOLULU – The 8th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center from Tuesday, Aug. 25 to Thursday, Aug. 27...
Supremely bad trend continues
Letter to the Editor
It’s only fitting that the latest bad U.S...
Controversy and cooperation join in a tribal/state meeting in Colorado
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Past events met current issues at the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs , when state officials conferred with tribal leaders in a quarterly session March 19...
Cheyenne-Arapaho culture and language recalled and revived
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Language as the lifeblood of the people was a key theme in the 2009 Cheyenne-Arapaho Studies Conference held March 19...
Ruckman: Signs of spring
The hawks are dancing in Oklahoma...
Declaring autonomy in Bolivia
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
TRINIDAD, BENI, Bolivia – One indigenous community in Bolivia is moving closer to the autonomy promised in the country’s new constitution...
Celebrating a rich, creative tradition
Jerome Clark, Today correspondent
PHOENIX – The 51st Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market took place March 7 – 8...
University group opposes Fighting Sioux nickname
The Associated Press
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota Senate has passed a resolution against UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname even though student senators opposed the resolution...
Speaker Morgan thanks Katosha Nakai for services to the Navajo Nation
PHOENIX – The Honorable Speaker Lawrence T...
E-Snag: American Indian answer to online dating
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
SEQUIM, Wash. – American Indian singles looking for that special someone may now find a “snag” from the comfort of their home computers...
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