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Halbritter Speaks at Columbia University
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George Monbiot on Soil Degradation
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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...
Roche Speaks About Native American History, Current Issues
"I'm here to give a history lesson from the time we found Christopher Columbus, who was lost, to the present," Robert Roche said...
American Indians Exercise Political Clout
American Indians may be the original Americans, but they have commanded little attention in Washington over the years, in part because of their small numbers and smaller incomes...
Drumbeat sounds outside UC museum for return of human remains
Every time her heart beats, 61-year-old Jun Yasuda thumps her drum in front of the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology at UC Berkeley...
Sifting through the sands of time
Chasing down records that are nearly 150 years old is one of the most difficult and time-consuming tasks that the Puyallup Tribe’s historic preservation department faces each day...
Squi qui suggested as name of second ferry for Port Townsend-Keystone route
After seeing the first ferry now under construction for the Port Townsend-Keystone route named for a historical Klallam chief, Chetzemoka, some Whidbey Islanders hope to see the se...
Ex-leader of Ariz. tribe sentenced in theft case
A former leader of a tiny Indian tribe in northern Arizona has been sentenced to two years in federal prison and fined $75,000 for stealing nearly $300,000 in tribal funds...
'Indian Oprah' shares story with Salish and Kootenai Tribes
The woman most commonly known as the "Indian Oprah" is sharing her success story with The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes...
Sumner Co. casino wants time to respond to possibility of other casino
Caught off-guard by a potential tribal casino in Park City, the partners in a proposed state-owned casino for Sumner County want more time to figure out how to deal with the threat...
SDSU Confers Diplomas To 705 Graduates December 12
South Dakota State University will grant degrees to 705 graduates during its fall commencement on December 12 at Frost Arena...
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