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Native Yale Law Students Honor Washburn
How Sacred Objects Heal, Part I
EPA: Human Rights, Environmental Justice
Hawaii Volcano: Pele as Welcome Guest
National Geographic Honors Gwaii Haanas
Moment of Silence, Healing Song Planned
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales
Inuit Architecture Showcased in Venice
Native Groups to Rally Against Redskins
Tester’s Big Gamble
Shelly Vetoes Fluency Legislation
United by Rock 'n Roll: The Ollivanders
NM’s Minority Groups Form Alliance
BIA Head Kevin Washburn Speaks to ICTMN
Americans Don't Know Native History
Mother/Son Overcome Adversity Together
Fryberg Texted Victims
Walmart's 'Fat Girl Costumes' Fail
Alaska Native Grandmother Fights Ruling
6 Sacred Animals, and Their Meanings
Thing About Skins
Enigmatic partners pursue a rich deal
Donald Trump thought it couldn't be done...
Chiefs blast attorney general’s ‘distorted, revisionist account’ of Settlement Act negotiations
Gale Courey Toensing
AUGUSTA, Maine – While tribal-state relations improved in the Maine Legislature this year, the Wabanaki chiefs took offense at what they called “distorted, revisionist” comments At...
Indian presence huge at National Folk Festival
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
BUTTE, Mont. – The National Folk Festival recently held its 71st event...
d'Errico: Kafka meets NAGPRA: When research becomes stalling
I f a federally funded institution holds human remains, questions arise under the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act...
Trahant: Indian country and health care reform: Insurance for the family selling pinions
M y family and I walked around the flea market here Saturday. I’ve always thought this is the ideal representation of unabashed capitalism...
Appeals court to hear Turtle Mountain dispute
The Associated Press
8.0: A few lists
I mentioned, previously, that my family is shamelessly corny ...
Offensive place names targeted
Geographic names that could be offensive to Native American and other ethnic groups will be reviewed for change, and Gov...
Der Indianer: Why do 40,000 Germans spend their weekends dressed as Native Americans?
The first thing John Blackbird learned when he was growing up on the Canadian prairies was that his people were no good...
Middleboro selectmen to decide how to spend tribe’s money
A rival tribe is once again disputing the Mashpee Wampanoag’s ties to Middleboro, but local selectmen say it’s not their problem...
Juveniles arrested in South Jordan slaying
At least seven times since June, Kris Nielson's family has called police to report gunshots fired in their neighborhood at night...
Councilor sees opportunity in wind farming
"I think this is exactly what we need," Councilor Dennis Troyer said about capturing the renewable energy source to reduce the city's power costs...
MT's Little Shell tribe could learn fate Monday
The Bureau of Indian Affairs faces a Monday deadline on a long-delayed decision over whether to grant federal recognition to a small, landless Montana Indian tribe...
Donations pour in for reservation Diabetes Center
he much-dreamed-about Diabetes Center for Excellence is one large step closer to becoming a reality for residents of the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation...
Shakopee Mdewakanton donate $40 millions
The Shakopee Mdewakanton (mid-WAH'-kah-ton) Community donated $40 million to charitable causes and groups in the last fiscal year...
Letter to the Editor
I would like to take this time to honor and recognize a hardworking individual who did an outstanding job as a cook for the Nez Perce Tribe Senior Citizen’s Program...
Controlling the milfoil
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – The Coeur d’Alene Tribe has management control on the south end of Coeur d’Alene Lake and it’s in these waters that Eurasian watermilfoil began appearing several y...
Meet Mellor Willie
WASHINGTON – Mellor Willie, the new director of the National American Indian Housing Council , is accustomed to the culture of Washington, yet he works hard to keep himself firmly ...
Wilhelm Murg, Today correspondent
SAN FRANCISCO – “As an American Indian I feel like an endangered species. I do...
Indian Youth Summer Program sees record applications
Jody Lawrence-Turner, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash.
(MCT) – Jazmin Ramirez learned recently that her ancestors made earrings with sinew – dried animal tendons used as string...
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