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First Peoples Festival featured indigenous culture in a cityscape
Gale Courey Toensing
MONTREAL – The Montreal First Peoples’ Festival – the city’s signature celebration of indigenous peoples art, history and cultures – took place in a brand new outdoor festival spac...
Paragon welcomes new executives
MARKSVILLE, La. – Paragon Casino Resort recently announced the appointment of two new executives...
Grants Office launches free tribal funding information website
Tribal/union initiative gets members on long-term career paths
WIND RIVER, Wyo...
Oenga case conclusion delayed, again
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
T he Oenga trial against British Petroleum and the BIA took place in Seattle at the end of July but no conclusion was reached...
FCC establishes tribal office
WASHINGTON – The Federal Communications Commission, after much prodding from tribal officials, has moved to establish an Office of Native Affairs and Policy as part of its national...
Indigenous programs soar at University of Victoria
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
E leven drummers beat furiously on a large drum as they chanted a song of welcome...
Five Tribes Story conference set at Muskogee
Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee, Oklahoma, will host a Five Tribes Story Conference, Sept...
Lummi Island ferry caught in a snag over tribal tideland rights
If you're uncertain about the geography of the upper left-hand corner of the state, understand that there are two Lummis...
Tribe Bands Together in Unity for Recognition NOW!
The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina recently held a Full Federal Recognition Discussion dinner with community leaders at the Lumberton Holiday Inn...
Tribes seek faster repatriation of their ancestors' remains
Amid the broken treaties, confiscated lands and other injustices that Native Americans have endured at the hands of white people, few are as personal as the removal of their buried...
Vehicle rollover on reservation kills children
Two children were pronounced dead at the scene of a rollover Friday on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and a 1-year-old was taken to the hospital, after a Texas woman lost contr...
Towanda museum to return artifacts to Wichita tribe
Pieces of their past have been sitting in a window in Towanda for four years. This week, members of the Wichita tribe will pick them up and take them home...
Mayor urges Interior Dept. to take proposed casino land into Indian trust
Mayor Will Flanagan is stepping up efforts to support the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe’s application for federal land sovereignty for the 300-acre tract the city agreed to sell the trib...
Judge to Rule on Seneca Restraining Order
A federal judge could make a ruling as early as Monday on whether to grant the Seneca Nation of Indians a temporary restraining order that would stop New York State from collecting...
National call for inquiry into deaths of hundreds of Native women
Valerie Taliman, Today correspondent
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The “ Missing Women Investigation Review ” released by the Vancouver Police Department Aug...
Broadband cut worries tribes
WASHINGTON – There are no places in America less connected to the Internet than many portions of Indian country...
Guatemalan indigenous need rights protected, UN official says
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
D ue to human rights violations affecting the indigenous peoples of the country, Guatemala risks becoming “ungovernable” according to the U.N...
Native Women’s Leadership Forum Sept. 27 – 28
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
Tribal flooding addressed in new Senate bill
WASHINGTON – A bill has been introduced in the Senate to create a pathway to resolve problems imposed on the seven tribes whose lands were flooded by the infamous Pick-Sloan Progra...
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