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NMAI Profile: Robert J. Moody Jr.
Building Hope by Building Schools
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Aral Sea: Biggest Enviro Disaster Ever
Jewelry Fit for a Supreme Court Justice
Tribal College Awarded $1M Grant
Tribal Judicial Systems Receive $87m
Rez Organization Finalist for $100K
Latta, Ardmore, Sulphur Girls Selected C
Justice Sotomayor Visits Oklahoma
Shearing Precious Hair for Breast Cancer
Canoes Visit for Homecoming Celebration
4 Students Who Won Scholarships
Radiation Leak Linked to Los Alamos
Radon: The Invisible Killer
'She Fought So Hard to Live'
Miss Indian Rodeo Is a Life-long Cowgirl
Louise Erdrich Bashes Snyder, Team Name
Arise TV Covers Navajo Nation Settlement
Thing About Skins
The Blessed Káteri Tekahkwí:tha Feast Day July 14
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Bittersweet ending to planting of 12,000 trees
Greg Peterson, Today correspondent
California Chamber holds annual expo event
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
LOS ANGELES – The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of California will host its annual Expo ’09 on the topic “Reaching New Heights Through the Spirit of Change” July 12 – 14 at t...
Arizona summit tackles tribal education barriers
The Associated Press
PHOENIX (AP) – Changes are needed in how tribal education funds are released so more American Indian students can stay in college, according to Arizona tribal and education leaders...
New BIA head turns attention to Carcieri, gaming
WASHINGTON – Larry EchoHawk’s June 26 swearing in ceremony was a brief moment of respite from pressing Indian country matters for the new BIA chief as he now becomes steeped in iss...
Time for immigration reform is now
T he White House and members of Congress must move quickly on enacting a just and humane immigration reform package that will reunite families, reinvigorate the economy, and remove...
Peruvian Amazon Natives face exile, arrest, hospital bills
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
A week after Peruvian President Alan Garcia’s government repealed laws that Natives feared were designed to take the lands they’ve lived on for hundreds of years, leaders of 350,00...
Field of players to be announced for 2009 Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge
The field of players for the 2009 Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge (NB3 Foundation Challenge) will be announced at 10:30 a.m...
Russell: When can we blame the victims?
S overeignty, even in the watered down version approved by our colonial masters, carries awesome power within the tribal community...
Standing Rock tribal chairman warns of a crisis re-emerging
Nine people have killed themselves since January on the Standing Rock Reservation in a string of tragedies that tribal chairman Ron His Horse Is Thunder fears could be a sign of ev...
Gov. Charlie Crist resumes gambling talks with Seminoles
Shinnecocks still face obstacles in casino bid
The settlement of a key portion of a legal battle between the Shinnecock Indian Nation and the U.S...
Northern AZ tribe leader pleads guilty to stealing $300,000
One of the leaders of a northern Arizona Indian tribe has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $300,000 in tribal funds...
Native film festival set for this weekend
While citizens across the country are celebrating Independence Day this weekend, hundreds of native filmmakers are commemorating a much older history...
New York man indicted in Blue Stilly Smoke Shop case
A New York man appeared in federal court in that state Wednesday to answer charges that he lied about his role in the sale of untaxed cigarettes at the Blue Stilly Smoke Shop in Ar...
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE SAYS THE RESERVATION NEEDS MORE POLICE OFFICERS...
WASHINGTON – She grew up in poverty. She has diabetes. She has familial roots in a non-state with special rules of governance (Puerto Rico). She’s an underrepresented minority...
‘Contrary Warrior – The Life and Times of Adam Fortunate Eagle’
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
Trimble: Custer, the plastic icon
Charles E. Trimble, Columnist
I sometimes think there is a massive conspiracy to wear Indians down and drive us to despair, insanity and death...
Groups examine pending energy legislation plans
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Two major Native organizations welcome renewable energy planning but strike a cautionary note about rights of way across Indian lands...
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