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Cultural Appropriation From Down Under
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Chickasaw Nation to Host Native Voices E
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How Palin and Ditka Silence Natives
An Alternative to State Domination
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Wyatt’s Story: One Family’s Struggle
Tohono O’odham Life in Video
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EPA: A Dream Realized--Community Reborn
Court Ruling Imminent on Tribal Lands
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Thing About Skins
USET president: Indian country faces opportunities and opposition
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Tribal nations are facing a paradoxical situation, according to Brian Patterson, the president of United South and Eastern Tribes...
Tribes want policies to help them aid nation’s hydropower needs
WASHINGTON – A group of tribal energy experts has asked the Obama administration to consider specific incentives to help tribes play a substantial role in beefing up the nation’s h...
Sage Hill Travel Center and Casino Now Open
It's a big day for those on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Wednesday the New Sage Hill Travel Center and Casino is now open...
Cobell disappointed with Obama administration
WASHINGTON – The lead plaintiff in the long-running Indian trust mismanagement suit against the Department of the Interior is frustrated by the wait-and-see approach being advocate...
Judiciary hears overview of Maine tribe relations
Members of the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee on Thursday got an overview of the legal relationship between the state of Maine and the American Indian tribes whose presence here...
Lumbee tribe gains agency support
Children, Incorporated Partners with Rotarians to Launch Native Youth ...
Children, Incorporated and Rotarians from Altadena, California are launching the Native Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative, teaching Navajo youth of Coconino County, Arizona how to ...
Tribal gaming deal
This deal’s straightforward...
Push for smoking ban at casinos is possible test for sovereignty issue
A proposed ban on smoking at Connecticut's casinos appears likely to move to the floor of the state House of Representatives next week, perhaps setting the stage for an eventual te...
Tribes rally for protest
Members of the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes are expected to join the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Charlestown, R.I., Saturday in protesting last month's U.S...
Echo-Hawk, the artist
WASHINGTON – The Echo-Hawk name has been making big waves lately as a result of political wrangling in Washington. But the name isn’t synonymous with politics...
Schaghticoke files 2nd Circuit appeal for acknowledgment restoration
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation is back in court seeking restoration of its federal acknowledgment...
Indian leaders suggest improvements to Obama’s budget
WASHINGTON – While dramatic spending increases for Indian country exist in President Barack Obama’s first proposed budget, tribal leaders have suggested a number of improvements to...
Go raise your voices
Letter to the Editor
The United States plans not to attend a United Nations conference on racism next month in Geneva...
Billy Frank Jr.
We’re marking an important milestone in cooperative salmon co-management this year...
$3 million federal stimulus for elder nutrition
WASHINGTON – It was already known that Indian country would be eligible for approximately $5 billion through a combination of direct tribal funding, individual program benefits and...
Council seeking to oust Brown
After four previous unsuccessful campaigns, Lisa Brown landed a seat on the Siletz Tribal Council during the annual council election held Feb. 7...
Carpinteria High School's Indian imagery survives
After a year of heated debate, a decision is made over the controversial warrior mascot at Carpinteria High School...
NOAA fisheries proposes protection for smelt
NOAA Fisheries Service on Thursday proposed listing Pacific smelt as threatened under the Endangered Species Act...
Wampanoag medicine man Luther Madison dead at 84
Wampanoag medicine man, former selectman of Aquinnah when it was called Gay Head, school bus driver, and a celebrated pie maker, Luther Tacknash Madison died March 12 at Martha's V...
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