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$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language
Chumash Indians Celebrate 19th Pow wow
Fighting the Plague of Diabetes
Birdsingers’ Gathering Shares Traditions
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Indigenous Peoples Take Center Stage
Recognition and Unratified Treaties
Red Lake Capitol Ahead of Schedule
Reclaiming Our Children Through Food
ATCR Cancels Museum Gig in Protest
General Welfare Exclusion Act Passes
NHL Arena Named After Gila River Indian
Columbia Indigenous Forum Coming Up
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Government Approach to Isolated Peoples
My 100 Miles on The Long Walk
Thing About Skins
Briggs: Witnessing the human traffic jam
O n the day President Barack Obama was inaugurated, the U.S. Parks Service estimated that 1.8 million people crowded into the blocks around the U.S. capitol...
01/28/09 - Judge Rules State Can’t Collect Taxes on Reservations
State Supreme Court Justice Rose Sconiers has issued a permanent injunction that will, pending appeal, end New York State’s plans to tax cigarettes sold on Indian reservations...
01/28/09 - Remnants of Indian settlement put Riverview sewers on hold
Discovery of what is believed to have been a major American Indian encampment has put the breaks on plans to bring sewers to a section of Riverview but despite that setback, the Wa...
01/28/09 - Tribe still seeking casino in Yuba County
Enterprise Rancheria is still seeking a casino in Yuba County, saying it's on tribal land, although some opponents say the tribe is jumping outside its Butte County home...
01/28/09 - Tama County Supervisors voice opposition to more Meskwaki land off tax roles into trust
In late December the Tama County Board of Supervisors received a letter from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of the interior asking for comments on the request by the Sac ...
01/28/09 - 'First Nations' event honors native heritage
Before the state of Oregon celebrates 150 years of its titular existence this February, more deeply rooted cultures also will celebrate, adding a more seasoned, farther-reaching hi...
A tradition ends but other events will take its place
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The Spring Buffalo Feast and Honoring Ceremony has traditionally welcomed the return of warmer weather, the arrival of visitors to the Denver March Powwow, and the Native ...
Inupiat family lawsuit still active
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PRUDHOE BAY, Alaska – A letter dated Jan. 9 from the Department of the Interior’s BIA to B.P. Exploration (Alaska) Inc...
Native family advocate honored in Denver
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The city mayor and a former city first lady joined to honor Phyllis Bigpond, Yuchi, director of a program that ensures Native children and their families are protected und...
Gas company, Navajos reach deal on pipeline pay
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
'Conflicting Landscapes: American Schooling/Alaska Natives’
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
W hen it comes down to the education of Alaska Native children, the system has a long way to go before it can close the curtain on statistics that reveal academic under performance...
Alecia Gonzales to receive Public Humanities Award
ANADARKO, Okla. – Lifelong educator and Kiowa-Apache author Alecia Keahbone Gonzales will be honored once again for her contributions to those around her...
Governor willing to put rep on nickname committee
GRAND FORKS, N.D...
Reburial of West Virginia American Indian remains delayed
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Plans to rebury 600 American Indian remains are in limbo because the state says it needs to re-inventory the remains and find a tribe to claim them...
One Native Life
Richard Wagamese, Today correspondent
M y people say there are seven hills to life...
Traditional Hopi and Western Sciences braiding conference announced
I nternationally acclaimed scientists, teachers and artists, including water science pioneer Masaru Emoto, are featured in the film “What the BLEEP Do We Know!?” Quiet Axis creator...
Public comment sought on changes to WHIPPublic comment sought on changes to WHIP
WASHINGTON – The United States Department of Agriculture is seeking public comment on changes to the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program, designed to develop and improve fish and w...
01/27/09 - River Rock Entertainment Authority Announces Management Change
The River Rock Entertainment Authority (the “Authority”), the operator of the River Rock Casino in Sonoma County, California, today announced that John Cirrincione has been appoint...
01/27/09 - Richmond, developer, tribe sued over Navy land deal for proposed casino complex
Critics of a proposed $1 billion shoreline mega-complex anchored by a Las Vegas-style casino sued Richmond, the developer and two American Indian tribes on Monday over the Navy's p...
01/27/09 - Jon Kyl: A Win-Win Water Settlement for Arizona
Water is and always will be our most precious resource in the Southwest. Control of water rights has fueled seemingly endless and intractable disputes among competing interests...
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