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Lakota ledger art selected for pow wow poster
BISMARCK, N.D. – A work of contemporary ledger art has been selected to represent the 40th Annual United Tribes International Powwow ...
Court sets Shinnecock recognition schedule
Gale Courey Toensing
SHINNECOCK, N.Y. – The Shinnecock Indian Nation has taken a giant leap toward federal recognition and the possibility of owning the first casino in the New York City area...
Report slams BIA Alaska roads program
The Associated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – The federal Interior Department is squeezing the flow of economic stimulus funds for the Alaska roads program of the federal BIA...
Klamath protesters return to Omaha
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
OMAHA, Neb. – Dams and Indians have bad history in the United States. But for the tribes along the Klamath River – and the salmon they champion – there is good news upstream...
Film festival spotlights young Native directors
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
L onghouse Media, a production company that trains young Native filmmakers, brought two Aleut teens and their film to the 2009 Native American Film + Video Festival at the Smithson...
Exhibit features rare Kiowa ledger art
NORMAN, Okla. – The fully restored pages of a rare collection of Kiowa calendar art will be on view at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History in Norman through Aug. 23...
Home squads place at NAHC
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
WINNIPEG – Both host Manitoba squads won medals at this year’s National Aboriginal Hockey Championships ...
Tribes press government to clean up nuclear waste
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
Newcomb: ‘That’s just the way things are. …’
I n a recent interview, Indian Country Today reporter Gale Courey Toensing asked John Echohawk, executive director of the Native American Rights Fund, about inherent sovereignty an...
The past endures in a present-day pow wow
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Once a trade route, always a trade route, or so it seems along the eastern foothills of the Rocky Mountains, where contemporary pow wows recall the rendezvous of old that ...
Gathering of Nations raises money for education, literacy
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – More than 150,000 people attended the 26th Annual Gathering of Nations , which took place in Albuquerque in April...
Yakama Nation man leads anti-immigrant efforts
Manual Valdes, Associated Press Writer
Budget for museum grows
The Associated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Even as most other state agencies likely will have to deal with budget cuts, an American Indian museum is preparing to receive more money under the proposed ag...
NCAI leader warns of new breed of ‘Indian fighters’
WASHINGTON – Indian fighters are apparently alive and well; and tribal leaders want members of Congress to know it – especially when it comes to determining a possible remedy to a ...
Balancing indigenous and human rights
Letter to the Editor
The recent acceptance of the Declaration on the Right of Indigenous Peoples is a major step forward in human rights discussion and thought...
Crow Tribe to hold primary for vice chairmanship
A primary election will be held Saturday for four candidates vying for the position of the Crow Tribe's vice chairman...
Decorated Navajo Code Talker dies
The Navajo Nation said this week that a decorated Navajo Code Talker has died...
San Manuel tribe marks 10 years with U.S. Commerce Dept. outpost
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has hailed 10 years since signing an agreement with the U.S...
Smoke-shop gambling eyed
Councilors attending a Rules Committee meeting Thursday discussed the possibility of allowing gambling machines inside tribally licensed smoke shops, which are not owned by the tri...
Student Hercules Campbell faced many challenges
A member of the Pomo Tribe from Sherwood Valley Rancheria who grew up in Ukiah, Hercules Campbell has spent the last four years at Mendocino College and is now graduating with his ...
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