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Mr. Smith Kills Chief Wahoo
World Conference on Indigenous Peoples
Cherokee Student Leading Oklahoma FFA
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The Hoop of Learning
Equality Between Nations and States
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The Week That Was
Cornell Hosts Graduate Horizons
Miller Named to Repatriation Committee
Saving Native Languages and Culture
8 Rez Pups to Last Until September Ends
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Inspiring Peace and Healing
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Thing About Skins
Natives work together to bring capital to community projects
HONOLULU, Hawaii – The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement recently entered into a partnership agreement with Alaska Growth Capital to bring new market tax credits and loan fun...
Devoted to healthy body and mind
BROOKS, Calif. – Deanna Cloud-Moore brings more than 20 years of health care services and administration as the new tribal health director of the Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians...
Immunization Award – SD’s immunization program receives national award
The Associated Press
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota has received a national award for its immunization information system from the American Immunization Registry Association...
Arizona group awarded $20,000 for environmental justice project
SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S...
Miners lose bid to stop tribal salmon fishing
The Associated Press
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) – The battle continues between hobby gold miners and the Karuk tribe over Klamath River salmon...
Alaska tribes meet with Bolivian president
ANCHORAGE – Alaska Tribes will be holding a private tribal leader reception with the president of Bolivia, the honorable Evo Morales Ayma in Anchorage, Alaska April 23 from 1:30 to...
Navajos want to run river trips at Grand Canyon
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation is lobbying for one of its businessmen to run coveted river trips through the Grand Canyon...
Urgent open letter to U.S. President Barack Obama
Letter to the Editor
We, the undersigned K?naka Maoli (indigenous Hawaiians) kupuna (elders), kumu (educators), and representatives address this letter to you on behalf of our people and nation, as wel...
Fiber optics brings power and speed to tribe’s computers
RED ROCK, Okla. – Power and speed for the Otoe-Missouria Tribe’s telecommunications system is on the way, Tribal Councilmember Wendell Bollinger said recently...
FBI arrests teenager in pueblo slaying
FBI agents arrested a Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo teenager Friday for the murder of a 26-year-old man found dead last weekend on a neighboring pueblo, according to court documents...
Black Eagle elected chairman of Crow Tribe
Cedric Black Eagle was elected chairman of the Crow Tribe on Saturday, beating opponent Leroy Not Afraid by a vote of 2,521 to 850...
UND nickname struggle intensifies
Take the single most offensive racial epithet in American English, add “Prairie” to it and you have what may be the most offensive thing anyone can call a Prairie Indian...
Annual powwow celebrates heritage
Rhythmic drum beats and chants set the tone this weekend as more than 8,000 people gathered to sing, dance and celebrate the ancient traditions of one area American Indian tribe...
Rosebud tribal court worker must repay $4,000
A Mission woman working as a Rosebud Sioux Tribe court staffer must repay $4,000 she stole from the tribe...
Curtis Campbell, historian for the Dakota
Curtis C. Campbell, who devoted a lifetime to preserving Dakota Indian culture and language, died April 12 at his home in Welch, Minn. He was 74...
Sovereign Bank clashes with tribal leader over loan
A Sovereign Bank line of credit to the leader of the Indian tribe that runs Foxwoods Resort Casino has turned into a $7 million legal dispute that includes counter-charges accusing...
Payment sought for Shasta lands
Dancers in native dress filed into a small amphitheater and circled a ceremonial fire, shells and beads jingling out a gentle rhythm as they walked...
Senecas plan to establish independent school
Unhappy with the education their children receive in traditional public schools, leaders of the Seneca Indian Nation plan to start their own independent school in the fall of 2010...
New Seneca Gaming Corp. chairmanimplements reform agenda
A new way
Letter to the Editor
Having just begun a piece called “I am a Recovering Wasichu (white person): Revising Revisionist History” to help untangle my thinking about the issues that confront all of us invo...
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