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Fired prof takes the stand
Ward Churchill took his fight to regain his professorship to the witness stand Monday afternoon, defending his views on the Sept...
Appeals court denies Ute man's request for hearing
A federal appeals court has rejected a request from an American Indian man seeking to have his assault conviction overturned following reports that jurors discussed racial stereoty...
Obama taps UA educator to head Indian Health Service
A University of Arizona educator has been nominated to be the director of the Indian Health Service by President Obama, the White House Press Office announced Monday. Dr...
Guest column: Mascots aren't harmless in the 21st century
A hearing was held at the State Capitol last week on a proposed bill about removing names, images and mascots from schools in Wisconsin that depict Native Americans...
‘Tran?si?tion’ at IAIA Museum showcases graduating talent
SANTA FE, N.M. – The Institute of American Indian Arts Museum hosts “Tran⋅si⋅tion,” an exhibit showcasing the class of 2009 at IAIA...
Fighting Sioux nickname may go on tribal ballot
The Associated Press
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) – A tribal supporter of the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname says she has enough petition signatures to put the question to a vote...
Sea lion killed at Bonneville Dam
Joseph B. Frazier, Associated Press Writer
Tobacco product prices increasing
The Associated Press
TULSA, Okla. (AP) – It’s going to be more expensive for Oklahoma residents who use tobacco products...
Gila River tribe's new facility to cater to gamers
The Valley's newest casino, a $200 million facility under construction by the Gila River Indian Community off Interstate 10 west of Chandler and south of Ahwatukee, will open by No...
10 file for Crow tribal chairmanship
Ten people have filed to run for the chairmanship of the Crow Tribe. The office became vacant after Chairman Carl Venne died Feb. 15...
Narragansett tribe marches against court decision
The Narragansett Indian Tribe and its supporters marched in Providence against a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling limiting the tribe’s ability to govern its lands...
Gambling rivals try to win over lawmakers
Casino gambling at resorts and Indian reservations. Video slot machines at racetracks. It’s all on the table at the Texas Legislature...
Carpinteria High’s Indian imagery survives
Warrior spirit lives on at Carpinteria High School...
Man killed at Wapato by blow to head
An autopsy showed that a man found dead on a basketball court in Wapato was killed by a blow to the head...
Interior secretary vows solution to Indian crime
As the Obama administration sets out its agenda, tribes are wondering how the White House will handle the high crime rate on many of the nation’s American Indian reservations...
Tribe sues New Jersey for $1 trillion
A New Jersey tribe has filed a federal lawsuit against the state to reclaim its ancestral land...
Choctaw woman honored for Women’s History Month
U.S. Congressman Dan Boren joined a unanimous vote last week in the U.S...
Miccosukee tribal court a contrast to Florida's system
The inside of the Miccosukee Indian tribal courtroom reflects nods to both the past and present, with modern wood paneling and five big windows juxtaposed against a huge representa...
Critical theory for indigenous law
Letter to the Editor
Is critical theory an appropriate method for analyzing indigenous issues?...
Mankiller: Obama’s opportunity: Add America’s name to declaration
P resident Obama has an opportunity to send the world a message about American justice...
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