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Congress’ Gift for Rio Tinto Mining
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NTU Culinary Students Pass Certification
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2014 in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
Thing About Skins
Legislation introduced to end derogatory mascots
R ep. Frank Pallone Jr., D-N.J., introduced legislation before the House of Representatives Nov...
Peru Awajun chief says killings investigations begin with bias
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
LIMA, Peru – One of the top Native leaders in Peru, co-chief of the 70,000-member Awajun Tribe which took the brunt of the damage in the deadly June clashes against police, said th...
IRS auctioned Crow Creek’s ancestral land for purported back taxes
Gale Courey Toensing
FT. THOMPSON, S.D. – The Internal Revenue Service has auctioned thousands of acres of land owned by the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe , claiming the tribe owes back taxes...
Group seeks designation of sacred landscape
T he Black Hills for millennia have been considered sacred by more than 30 Native American nations from North America...
Feds acknowledge withholding permits for Arizona resort
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The U.S. Forest Service said Nov...
‘Long Knives are Crying’ shows physical, internal struggles
Jessica Nicastro, Today correspondent
A s far as genres go, Westerns are an acquired taste – one that I have yet to truly develop. Actually, it’s a taste I typically avoid even trying to acquire...
Interior launches effort to fight drunk driving
A ssistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry EchoHawk announced Nov...
Quechua language TV hits the airwaves in Ecuador
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
LATACUNGA, Ecuador – TV MICC Channel 47 of Ecuador became the country’s first Quechua-language community television station in July; it’s operated by the Indigenous and Campesino M...
‘One Native Life,’ by Richard Wagamese
Eileen Shimizu, Today correspondent
R ichard Wagamese’s “One Native Life,” released by Canadian publisher, Douglas & McIntyre Publishing Group , presents an Ojibway journalist’s reflections on his life and times...
House weighs crackdown on Indian crafts violators
WASHINGTON – Rep. Ed Pastor and tribal testifiers painted a picture before the House Committee on Natural Resources Dec...
Insurance grants available to enroll Indian kids
WASHINGTON – Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is urging tribes and Indian health providers to apply for new grants to enroll Native children in i...
Dorgan requests input on IHS, BIA
Nuu-chah-nulth win right to sell
David Wiwchar, Today correspondent
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – When traveling along West Coast Highway 4 through the Tseshaht First Nation Reservation, you’ll see a line of signs advertising “Salmon.” Home to one ...
Letter to the Editor
D r. Orna Izakson’s naturopathic advice brought back childhood memories. My grandmother used a few home remedies on me at a very young age...
The Signals for Change
When the life and the light of dignity is denied, and when justice is overlooked, and when equality is only granted by assimilation, and when demoralization is the only gift that i...
Billy Frank, Jr.
O ur five senses combine in another sense that is important to all of us as human beings: a sense of place...
Indigenous voices must be heard in Copenhagen
O n the eve of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, many Native peoples and governments remain unaware of what is at stake...
Bender: Bring back federal work programs
W ith the deepening of the recession, Native Americans – in particular reservation populations – need to find a ready alternative source of income, especially since reservation gam...
Pala Indian band to buy Warner Springs Ranch
More than 100 years after government agents marched the tribe out of its ancestral village, North County’s Pala Indian band is getting it back, using $20 million in profits from it...
American Indian culture in the Valley
For Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe member Arnold Richardson, Saturday was about educating people at Riverside Mill during the American Indian Festival...
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