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Dan Snyder Is All Three Worst People
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Native Death Rate 50% Higher Than Whites
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6 Childhood Language Immersion Programs
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Bundy Ranch Is Not Another Wounded Knee
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Alaska Pols: Recognize Native Languages
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Thing About Skins
11/14/08 - Let's Help agency receives donation
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation presented a check for $20,000 on Thursday to Let's Help, an agency in Topeka that provides assistance to low-income families...
11/14/08 - Unique Broadcast: LSU-Troy in Navajo
The LSU football experience is already considered one of the most unique in the country, but this Saturday the LSU-Troy game will be the site of a first in major college football h...
11/14/08 - Tribe allows non-member to remain while remedy sought
The Meskwaki Tribal Council agreed Wednesday to hold off on the enforcement of its own exclusionary order, which would have forced a local man out of a tribal home...
11/14/08 - Flintco workers top-out Ada tribal hospital
The Chickasaw Nation has been overseeing the construction of a new hospital building in Ada to replace the old Carl Albert Indian Health Facility...
11/14/08 - Blackjack at Seminole Hard Rock in Tampa!
Gamblers at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tampa can now play blackjack, baccarat and other card games. The casino opened 104 tables at 5 a.m...
11/14/08 - Native American numbers grow
Sonja Monk plans on becoming a tribal leader with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians in the future...
11/14/08 - Tribal member still working to develop minerals on Crow Reservation
Despite promises of huge profits to investors who put up more than $4 million, Crow tribal member Ted Hogan has yet to develop any minerals on the Crow Reservation...
11/14/08 - First Nation out to build private health centre
An Alberta First Nation wants to become a private health-care provider, proposing to build a $10-million medical and research clinic in Lethbridge...
Questions for Gov. Dean
Letter to the Editor
It would be a fortuitous day were Obama to ask Howard Dean, former governor of Vermont, “Mr. Dean…What about the Abenaki?” I’m certain the sinking pit Mr...
Billy Frank, Jr.
A re rockfish stocks off the coast of Washington state in the same condition as rockfish populations hundreds of miles away in California?...
To vote or not to vote
T he 2008 election is just behind us. During the campaign there was some inevitable debate among Indians about whether to vote in elections of the United States...
The work begins
Letter to the Editor
The magic is back...
A new legacy
Letter to the Editor
As I sit and reflect on recent events, I have made one major shift in perspective between today and only 14 days past...
NCAI endorses UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The National Congress of American Indians has passed a resolution supporting the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and urging its endorsem...
Inspector General’s report admonishes former NMAI director
WASHINGTON – Some Native observers have been quick to praise a recent report by the Smithsonian Institution’s Inspector General centered on W...
Moose: Great American Smokeout: An opportunity for everyone to act
W hen we hear about the Great American Smokeout each year (coming up on Nov. 20), we tend to think of it as a day targeted only toward smokers...
NMAI, Smithsonian keen on accountability
WASHINGTON – W...
President-elect Obama receives mixed feelings from Canada
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
TORONTO – For Canadian indigenous people, the reaction to Barack Obama’s election to the United States presidency has run a gamut from euphoria to cynicism...
Trimble: NCAI: Remembrances of a so-called ‘paper tiger’
Charles E. Trimble
I recently read with fond remembrance that the National Congress of American Indians passed a record number of resolutions in their 65th annual convention a few weeks ago in Phoeni...
Young president pledges to revive Ecuador’s Indigenous Movement
Daniel Denvir, Today correspondent
QUITO, Ecuador – On Jan. 31, 32-year old Marlon Santi was inaugurated President of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE)...
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