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Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
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2 school districts losing American Indian mascots
Two school districts are in the market for new mascots...
Forum to focus on American Indian education
Tribal leaders from across North Carolina will have an opportunity Thursday to tell federal education officials about challenges faced by American Indian students and teachers...
New Somerton educators learn of Cocopah culture
The Cocopah Indian Tribe welcomed all of the new Somerton Elementary District employees Tuesday to a workshop to introduce teachers to the culture and background of the local peopl...
Arizona casino revenue dips, but play is on the rise
Gamblers are slowly returning to Arizona's 22 Indian casinos after staying away through much of the economic downturn...
Simple business strategies cut costs
Nadine Stewart, Special to Today
A s the economy continues to languish in mediocrity and business costs grow, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to rely on earnings growth to improve the bottom line...
Tribal energy development challenges told
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – When environmental laws were enacted in the 1970s, people had no idea what they would later entail, an Indian law practice attorney told an energy conference...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
O ne of the most important assets you can have in a Native business or organization is your employees...
Arizona-based Native American business center gets national recognition
Students establish scholarship
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – American Indian students at North Idaho College have done something no other group has ever done at the school...
Judge weighs Peltier confession, Graham statements in 1975 AIM slaying hearing
Testimony presented in two related federal trials may not come before the jury when John Graham and Thelma Rios go on trial in state court this fall on charges connected with the 1...
Turning Stone Tourney week begins
Play at the PGA’s Turning Stone Resort Championship at Atunyote Golf Club does not begin until Thursday...
Around the Town: Navajo Festival comes to MNA this weekend
This year's 61st annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture at the Museum of Northern Arizona Saturday and Sunday will include artists, music, dances and Heritage Insight programs...
Tribe Failed to Warn of Flood, Families Say
The families of three drowned men claim that officials with the Tohono O'odham Nation failed to warn drivers that a late summer rainstorm had flooded a wash...
Duke won't build near sacred site
Duke Energy won't build an electrical station near a sacred American Indian site, helping mend a months-long rift with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians...
Rolling the dice to help ‘Indian Country’
For the past three decades, leaders of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have dreamed of building a new casino but lacked the financing to take on the project...
Trahant: ‘Docs or cops?’
WASHINGTON – It’s trite to say, “everything is connected.” It’s a phrase that comes up in the context of family, the environment, or perhaps, philosophy...
Crime crackdown in Indian Country
Mike Shockley is used to working alone...
Center for American Indian Community Health Created
Researchers from the University of Kansas Medical Center and the American Indian Health Research and Education Alliance announced a major effort to reduce the severe health problem...
Mashpee tribe to get health center
In time for the most severe months of flu season, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe will have increased access to health care through a federally sponsored clinic...
McCain launches ‘broad based attack’ on Indian gaming regulation
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – If Sen...
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