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BIA Head Kevin Washburn Speaks to ICTMN
Juliette Lewis' Memorial for Misty Upham
Horse Lovers Share a Vision
EPA Gives $10.4 Million to CA, NV Tribes
American Indian Motion Picture Awards
1964 Centennial Indian Princesses Gather
Thompson Brother Sign With Nike
Eastern Cherokee Band Bans Fracking
Hector Vazquez Top Chef for Twin Arrows
Inside Abramoff's Dirty-Tricks Playbook
Reading a Map to Cure Historical Amnesia
Cultural Tourism to Be Introduced at AFN
Slow Suicide, Slower Healing
Naked Faux Savages in Berlin
Mixing Up Something New With Cranberries
Tribal Park = Economic Development
Voting 'I' for Indians
Keystone XL and SD Senate Race
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
Sage Hill Bed and Breakfast
Roberta John, Special to Today
RED VALLEY, Ariz...
WASHINGTON – For years, the numbers just didn’t add up...
Palermo: Rebuilding tradition of trade has not been a smooth ride
I t was common, centuries ago, for the Hupa people of what is now Northern California to trade with the neighboring Yurok for the wood needed to fashion canoes...
Comanche trendsetter creates splendorous Native wedding designs
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
J ody Colbert, a citizen of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, is getting a lot of attention in the floral industry by bringing the splendor of Native American art, design and style ...
Getting to know Hilary Tompkins
ARLINGTON, Va. – “I can introduce you to Larry EchoHawk or Hilary Tompkins,” a liaison said to a tribal leader at a BIA consultation meeting July 8...
Teehee’s top priority
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Less than a month after being selected by President Obama to fill the newly-created position of senior policy advisor for Native American affairs, Kimberly Teehee sett...
Eagle controversy yields education as well as some indignation
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Bill calls for Duwamish recognition
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Duwamish leader Si’ahl was the first to sign the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, which made millions of acres of land available for settlement in exchange for certain gu...
Native orphan recognized and honored
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
OMAHA, Neb. – He was an Irish kid until the first grade. Then, the orphanage children discovered cowboys and Indians...
Arsenault and Rainie: Tribal management key to improved health services
Jaime Arsenault and Stephanie Carroll Rainie
W hat happens when American Indian nations, instead of the federal government, manage on-reservation health care? Do services improve?...
Cook: At the center, Native women
Katsi Cook, Guest column
A n enduring source of strength for Native women is the small world web of social and cultural relationships that we maintain in our communities...
Confederated Colville Tribes and NRCS celebrate salmon return
Gale Courey Toensing
Honoring Seminole Ancestors
NEW ORLEANS – In June 2008, the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma re-interred a Seminole woman who had died while a prisoner of war at Jackson Barracks, in New Orleans...
Empowering women strengthens Indian country
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Over the last three decades, there has been steady growth in the number of women taking leadership roles in Indian country...
Leading the way
WASHINGTON – There’s Yvette Roubideaux leading the IHS, Kim Teehee serving as a top adviser to President Obama on Native Affairs at the White House, Jodi Gillette as a deputy assoc...
A closer look at cancer in the US among Native Americans
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
C ancer affects Native Americans in the United States differently than it does whites and other ethnic and minority groups, according to the American Cancer Society...
Feds see ‘proliferation’ of Indian gang activities
Carson Walker, Associated Press Writer
SIOUX FALLS, S.D...
Stimulus site features tribes
WASHINGTON – The White House has added a Native American-focused section to its federal stimulus Web site ...
Feminine strength and survival key to Native esteem
Letter to the Editor
A s blessings go, the steady movement toward the reclamation of Native women’s individual and collective voice is a significant one...
A monumental irony
Letter to the Editor
M ost non-American Indians graduate from high school knowing very little about the people who had a major impact on American history as we know it today...
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