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Eighth graders spend a day in college
FORT YATES, N.D...
Students of color deserve effective teachers
WASHINGTON – High-quality teachers are the strongest influence on academic outcomes, including graduation, yet they are scarce in the high schools that serve the majority of studen...
Cherokee meets China
W hile attending a cultural tour with the Cherokee Nation Feb...
Gabe Galanda opens Indian law firm
SEATTLE – Gabriel “Gabe” S. Galanda, an enrolled Round Valley Indian Tribe member, has decided to launch his own law firm...
Trahant: The state of Navajo – sort of – and other health care experiments
C ongress passed the health care reform legislation – and President Barack Obama signed the bill into law...
Tribe scouts Sioux Falls for major resort casino
A group of local business leaders and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe are developing a plan to build a major resort casino in or near Sioux Falls that would compete with a propose...
Demolition of Soaring Eagle Inn still on hold
The Migizi Economic Development Company is awaiting an asbestos survey and an abatement process before they can be granted a permit to demolish the Soaring Eagle Inn and Conference...
Discussing the elephant in the room: Indian property rights
Several years back, the Canadian Senate provided a useful example on how “elephants in the room” are studiously avoided, including why many First Nations are dirt-poor...
Mashantuckets 'bail out' local Indian museum
The water from Whitford Brook was rising fast on March 30, threatening the historic collection at the Indian and Colonial Research Center, which houses a trove of centuries-old rec...
Southern Miss celebrates annual POW WOW
Choctaw, Comanche, Houma, Kaiowa, Cherokee. They and many other tribes were represented Friday through Sunday at the University of Southern Mississippi's eighth annual POW WOW...
Flintco Co. recognized nationally for safety excellence
SPRINGDALE, Ark. – The Flintco Companies, Inc...
University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux nickname, logo to be retired
In the end, the decision came with a shrug and a sigh...
Joint training with military assists Cocopah Tribal Police
Navajo advocates lead community in historic shift away from coal
The Navajo Green Economy Coalition was formed out of the hard work and deligence of the Black Mesa Water Coalition based in Flagstaff, Ariz...
Bik’eh Hozho Community Development Corp
Bik’eh Hozho Community Development Corp is a recently formed Native Community Development Financial Institution that seeks to improve economic conditions on the Navajo and Hopi Res...
Justice launches comprehensive Web site for tribal communities
WASHINGTON – Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced the redesign and enhancement of its Tribal Justice and Safety Web site at www.tribaljusticeandsafety.gov ...
EPA announces new Office of International and Tribal Affairs Action
WASHINGTON – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P...
Mexico’s oldest Native radio station wins UNESCO award
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
VERACRUZ, Mexico – For more than 40 years, Mexico’s oldest indigenous radio station has helped its listeners through many hardships, including repression and years of official negl...
Russell: A Cherokee view of high finance
A bout the time the hot water hit the mocha java hazelnut coffee beans, cousin Ray Sixkiller showed up...
Indigenous leaders flee Colombia seeking protection
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
T hree indigenous leaders from Colombia fled to Venezuela in early February fearing for their lives after more death threats from paramilitaries and harassment from the Colombian A...
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