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Will this time be different?
Still savoring Wednesday’s victory in the U.S. House, the Lumbee tribe now looks to a more difficult battleground — the U.S...
Mohawk Nation at Kahnawà:ke stands in solidarity with Akwesasne’s border struggle
Letter to the Editor
T he Mohawk Nation at Kahnawà:ke is deeply concerned with the escalating situation at our sister community of Akwesasne...
Tribes tell members to use tribal ID at U.S. border crossings with Canada
People crossing the U.S.-Canada border are now required to show a passport or enhanced driver's license, but American Indian leaders are encouraging tribal members to continue usi...
Fortunate Eagle: Fallon artist and activist in new film
Adam Fortunate Eagle of Fallon, the architect of the American Indian takeover of Alcatraz Island in 1969, will mark his 80th year next month...
Gale Courey Toensing
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. – The economic downturn has hit the biggest summer pow wow on the East Coast...
Mohawk Animal Control officer helps capture wolf hybrid
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
International solidarity protests against Peruvian forest laws
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Thousands of demonstrators on two continents have joined the struggle to defend the rights of indigenous peoples in Peru, who have been staging road and pipeline blockad...
Sotheby’s wampum belts ‘a drop in the bucket’ of sacred items for sale
Gale Courey Toensing
ONONDAGA NATION – Shannon Keller O’Loughlin has a unique job...
Delaware Nation returns to Trenton to renew bond, spur economic development
ANADARKO, Okla. – The Delaware Nation , a tribe whose ancestors were the original people of New Jersey, recently announced plans to return home to Trenton, N.J...
‘Strangers In a Stolen Land,’ by Richard Carrico
Lisa Garrigues, Today correspondent
W hen I was growing up in the southern California elementary school system, I remember painting, with the rest of the kids, a huge mural depicting California history...
Native Youth Alliance copes with inaugural pow wow adversity
WASHINGTON – For many American Indians, the Jan. 19 pow wow held in the nation’s capital by the American Indian Society of Washington, D.C. was a source of great pride...
Tribal values held dear
Susan Olp, Of The Gazette Staff
I n some ways, life for the Northern Cheyenne Tribe seems as bleak as the landscape captured in Leo Killsback’s film “The Chiefs’ Prophecy , Survival of the Northern Cheyenne Natio...
Plaintiffs in Redskins suit ponder Supreme Court filing
WASHINGTON – Some Native American plaintiffs in the long-running dispute against the proprietors of the Washington Redskins’ football name and logo want the U.S...
Billy Frank Jr.
T he Hoh Tribe and the Hoh River are connected by a bond that can never be broken. Forever, as the river moved, so did the tribe...
Galanda and Robenalt: Holding big insurance captive
Gabriel S. Galanda and James L. Robenalt
Part 2 We recently advocated that capable tribal governments form single parent captive insurance companies to insure their own risk of losses, rather than continue to purchase exp...
Peru’s Garcia orders attack on Natives, clash leaves 35 dead
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
P eru President Alan Garcia ordered a helicopter attack June 5 by police with assault rifles against a large group of Awajun and other Natives who were blocking a road in the north...
I know who I am
Letter to the Editor
I read with interest the article about insurance by Gabriel S. Galanda and James L. Robenalt...
Tribes, police band together to fight drugs, gangs
Todd Richmond, Associated Press Writer
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
House approves Virginia tribes’ federal recognition bill
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – With the House of Representatives’ June 3 approval, some members of six Virginia Indian tribes say they’re hoping their federal recognition bill will become law this y...
A desire to serve driving Fort Lewis College’s Miss Hozhoni
DURANGO, Colo. – Seratha Largie, a freshman at Fort Lewis College , is settling into her role as the college’s Miss Hozhoni...
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