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Summer solstice celebrated on National Aboriginal Day
Gale Courey Toensing
MONTREAL – After days of drizzle and dampness, the sun broke through grey skies to greet more than 100 people who gathered for Solstice des Nations , a summer solstice ceremony in ...
American Indians steel education
Eileen Shimizu, Today correspondent
O n May 14, the 124th class of pre-apprentices finished a 12-week National Ironworkers Training Program for American Indians in Broadview, Ill...
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...
Wilkins: The right to know: Another Deloria suggestion
David E. Wilkins
N orthwest Indian College, located on the Lummi Reservation in Washington, recently hosted the 4th Annual Vine Deloria Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium ...
Episcopal Church repudiates Doctrine of Discovery
Gale Courey Toensing
Teaching the values of peace
Letter to the Editor
A s a Cherokee Native American activist and a former member of the Richmond California Violence Prevention Movement , I have seen close to 515 homicides in the city of Richmond fro...
McCaskill knocks Alaska Native Corporations
WASHINGTON – Some members of Congress want to crack down on what they perceive to be out of control federal spending on government contracting projects...
Tribe to house inmates in new jail
Brad W. Gary, The Lewiston Morning Tribune, Idaho
(MCT) – Nez Perce County has reached an agreement with the Nez Perce Tribe to house inmates at the new county jail in North Lewiston...
Suagee: Tribal sovereignty and the green energy revolution: The Waxman-Markey Bill
I s this the year the United States will finally enact a law to start dealing with the climate crisis?...
Americans not superior
Letter to the Editor
I am firmly on Peter d’Errico ’s side of the argument and, if it were up to me, I’d make all lawyers adherent to the status quo regarding the rights of Indians line up rightfully b...
International Native American art and film news:
A series of Native American fine art and film programs are in development to promote Native arts and cultures internationally...
Johnson examines effects of economic crisis on rural communities
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen...
Cherokee Nation refurbishes historic Ross Cemetery
Appeals court: Indian trust accounting needed
WASHINGTON – The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 24 that the Department of the Interior must account for billions of dollars in mismanaged Indian trust funds...
E ndangered species of seafood – shellfish especially – prompted me to attend a lecture about this problem. The speaker was an expert on the subject...
Casino and Canoe Journeys
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
Stimulus money helps Coeur d’Alene
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – Money provided by President Obama’s stimulus plan has allowed the Coeur d’Alene Tribe to begin work on several projects, and other grants have also been approved a...
Tribe sues Glendale over casino land
The Tohono O’odham Nation, which is seeking to build a casino resort on land next to Glendale, filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the city, requesting that a state court review prom...
CT Casinos Teaming Up For Marketing Campaign
With the casino gaming industry taking a big hit due to the combined effects of the recession and the proliferation of casino gaming throughout the country, it’s creating strange b...
Tribes seeking Navy land given another extension
The Navy has again granted the Bureau of Indian Affairs a deadline extension to complete its application to acquire, for free, surplus Navy land on Aquidneck Island for two area tr...
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