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Tribe Wins $500K Telemedicine Grant
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Hawaiian Sovereignty Moves Forward
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'Rabbit-Proof Fence' Author Walks On
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Jewell Keynote Speaker at Tribal Summit
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Thing About Skins
Palin pick adds new Indian dimension to presidential race
DENVER - By the close of the Democratic National Convention, many Indian attendees seemed confident that Sen...
Passamaquoddy group to appeal dismissal of LNG lawsuit
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
BANGOR, MAINE - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a group of Passamaquoddy Indians against the BIA over the leasing of tribal land for a proposed liquefied natural g...
Caucus leaves attack on GOP lobbying to states
DENVER - Members of the Democratic National Committee;s Native American caucus have backed off plans to directly call for condemnation of the Republican Party and Sen...
Peruvian forest laws overturned
Rick Kearns / Indian Country Today
LIMA, Peru - Peruvian lawmakers handed President Alan Garcia a significant defeat Aug...
Briggs: New tack for Indian health care
Kara Briggs / Today correspondent
Northwest tribal health advocates say the rising cost of fuel is exacerbating budget shortfalls at tribal and IHS clinics, and it is increasing the suffering of Indian people who n...
Native voices were heard in alternative venues
DENVER - Native issues were at the forefront outside the high-security Democratic National Convention as activists gathered to raise their voices and their multicolored banners aga...
Issues pepper DNC
DENVER - The official Democratic Platform is more Native-specific than any other party platform in history...
By the Native numbers
DENVER - Top party officials say this year;s Democratic National Convention is the most diverse in party history and American Indians are playing a central role in many key positio...
Long way to go yet
Editors Report / Indian Country Today
The mission of Team Obama at the Democratic National Convention was threefold: to ;'introduce'' the candidate and his running mate to the country; to project party unity in the aft...
Coming back around
Letter to the Editor
The United States is currently struggling with illegal immigration. Is history repeating itself?...
New cigarette tax bill ;100 times worse than first bill'
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
Native health care legislation occupies forum at the DNC
DENVER - A key bill assuring health care for Natives is stalled in the U.S...
Tallbear: ;Exceptionalism' narrative doesn't jive
Kim TallBear / Oak Lake Writers; Society
On May 19 at Crow Agency, Mont., Barack Obama received a Crow name that translates as ;'One who helps people throughout the land'' [Indian Country Today, Vol. 27, Iss. 51]...
Newcomb: Above all: Kumeyaay water rights affirmed
Steven Newcomb / Indigenous Law Institute
In June 1542, a Portuguese conquistador and explorer, Juan Cabrillo, set sail under a Spanish flag from Navidad (today;s Acapulco, Mexico). On Sept...
Sac & Fox Tribe- HIGHER EDUCATION ADVISOR
Title: HIGHER EDUCATION ADVISOR Location: Tama, Iowa Company: Sac & Fox Tribe Salary: $27,500 - $36,368 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to view PDF HIGHER EDUCAT...
By Rebecca Jacobs -- Today correspondent
Mescalero Apache Tribe and Housing Authority begin subdivision By Rebecca Jacobs -- Today correspondent MESCALERO, N.M...
Indians hold special hopes for Obama
DENVER - On the day when Sen...
Exousia partners with Native businesses to improve housing
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
SUGAR LAND, Texas – As the technology of building homes and commercial buildings grows, so does the demand for environmentally friendly materials...
Coeur d’Alene Tribe wins $400 million contract
By Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – The Coeur d’Alene Tribe of Idaho began production this summer on 210,000-gallon fabric fuel tank bladders that stand 6 feet high and are 72 feet square...
By Rebecca Jacobs, Today correspondent
MESCALERO, N.M. – Following a 12-year void in construction, the Mescalero Apache Tribe and Mescalero Apache Housing Authority have broken new ground...
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