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Trahant: Congress and President deliver on promises to improve Indian health system
The three most important things to know about what health care reform means to Indian country are simple ideas...
Firelands to feature Native American speaker
Jamie Oxendine will speak about Native American culture in the BGSU Firelands Central Lounge from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday...
New downtown Red Earth Museum debuting grand opening exhibit today
A “Grand Opening Exhibit” art show and sale featuring more than 30 American Indian artists opens the new Red Earth Museum & Gallery in downtown Oklahoma City today...
Videographer: A portrait of Nathan Young IV
Honey Dawn Karima Pettigrew, Special to Today
I absolutely love my job and feel like I’m one of the luckiest people in the world,” said Pawnee filmmaker, Nathan Young IV...
‘At the Font of the Marvelous,’ by Anthony Wonderley
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
R eviewing “At the Font of the Marvelous: Exploring Oral Narrative and Mythic Imagery of the Iroquois and Their Neighbors,” by Anthony Wonderley was an arduous task...
A conversation with Cherokee filmmaker Steven Heape
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
A ward-Winning Cherokee filmmaker Steven Heape is the president and executive producer of Rich-Heape films ...
Canada’s endorsement of the UN Declaration must be consistent with human rights
Letter to the Editor
I ndigenous peoples and human rights and faith based organizations welcome the announcement in the Speech from the Throne that the Canadian government is taking steps to endorse th...
US human rights record challenged
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Where do Indian nations go when United States’ courts have failed them, and justice is unattainable?...
Great Wolf tax case begins in federal court
A federal judge heard oral arguments Thursday in the lawsuit brought by the Chehalis Indian tribe to prevent Thurston County from collecting property taxes on the Great Wolf Lodge...
Letter to the Editor
H uman rights initiatives, including the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, have avoided direct recognition of indigenous peoples...
Jack C. Jackson Jr.
S ince the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, nearly 3,500 American Indians/Alaska Natives have been diagnosed with the disease and approximately half of our brothers and sisters have...
Tribes need to prepare for inflationary future
Dave Palermo, Today correspondent
NEW ORLEANS – American Indian tribes achieving unprecedented economic progress in the past decade now must brace themselves for future inflation, delegates attending a recent Nativ...
Pow wow celebrates heritage
Canadian Indian Joel Syrette has been busy sharing his traditional dancing lately, performing the various styles of Native American dance to large public audiences at NMU and beyon...
It's time to get counted
It's a warning you don't see very often on a piece of mail: "YOUR RESPONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW." But that message is greeting most people in the United States this week as the once-...
Quechan boost HIV/AIDS awareness
The Quechan Indian Tribe will be celebrating the fourth annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on Friday...
House OKs bill to block casino
Arizona lawmakers are hopping mad at a Southern Arizona Indian tribe that is planning a casino and resort near Glendale and are pushing legislation aimed at allowing the city to an...
EPA Announces the New Office of International and Tribal Affairs Action
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P...
Reader: Students May Be Partly to Blame for District's Native American Mix-Up
Reader Indian Educator responds to Seattle School District Likely Owes $300,000 to the Feds After Submitting False Information...
Lawsuit threatens talks on live dealers at Cherokee casino
A new lawsuit brought by a former video poker operator claims North Carolina’s governor doesn’t have the authority to negotiate gambling rights with the Eastern Band of Cherokee In...
Sycuan Band, Kumeyaay Nation, Daniel Tucker Oppose US Poker
With California’s Native American tribes having such a powerful influence on the outcome of a bill that may bring intrastate poker to the state this year, it is interesting to see ...
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