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The Week That Was
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Saving Native Languages and Culture
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Inspiring Peace and Healing
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$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language
Chumash Indians Celebrate 19th Pow wow
Fighting the Plague of Diabetes
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Indigenous Peoples Take Center Stage
Thing About Skins
Bikers contribute to education scholarships for Indian students
CRAZY HORSE, S.D...
Lummi asks to be included in county permit process
SAN JUAN ISLAND, Wash...
Education at Hampton Institute: An experiment in race relations and assimilation
Daschle meets with Pine Ridge youth
WASHINGTON - Sen. Tom Daschle met with students from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation at the U.S. Capitol on July 29...
Anti-Indian organization 'One Nation' sprouts in Oklahoma
ARDMORE, Okla. - One Nation, a privately-funded group based in Oklahoma, is seen by tribal leaders as a major threat to tribal sovereignty...
Junked cars headed toward Blackfeet crusher
BROWNING, Mont. - It's a familiar problem for many tribes: wrecked and abandoned vehicle carcasses strewn across their reservations...
The 'honey bucket'
Rachel A Qitsualik
Youth and speed are no match for old age and treachery - Old saying C'mon little creatures, time to clean up...
Twenty years of treaty rights: Part Two
Turmoil in the Northwoods: Late 1980s In February of 1987, Judge Doyle ruled on the scope of the treaty rights...
Connecticut Sun comes out after stormy beginning
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Native food can be interpreted in many ways. One is purely traditional. Another is to use indigenous ingredients prepared in a number of modern ways...
Joe Shirley Jr. speaks out on the Navajo Nation
Progress through economic development, job creation and revenue generation are highlighted in this week's second segment of Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr.'s interview with...
Native American Bank layoffs follow OCC action
WASHINGTON - Native American Bank in Denver has dramatically reduced its work force, Indian Country Today has learned...
American Indian Chamber of Commerce
New bill helps create business
WASHINGTON - New legislation will make it easier to create businesses on reservations through new capitalization and technical assistance. Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D...
Mortgages to Indians increase 23 percent in past year
WASHINGTON - Mortgages measured by a government tally for 2002 show an increase of 22.7 percent from the year before for American Indians...
Mohawk: Faith-based war coverage
It's mid-summer, Qusay and Uday Hussein are dead, and the American occupation of Iraq has settled into a low-intensity guerrilla war with no announced exit strategy...
Acclaimed author James Welch dies
MISSOULA, Mont. - Known widely as a humble builder of cultural bridges, internationally acclaimed American Indian novelist James Welch died here Aug...
Tribes uncertain as recall madness sweeps California
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - As most of the nation is now aware, an effort using an obscure century old law to recall Gov...
Federal judge rejects Shenandoah complaints
ONEIDA NATION HOMELAND, N.Y. - U.S. District Court Judge Norman A. Mordue in Syracuse, N.Y...
Newcomb: The sacred birthright of indigenous peoples
Distinct and diverse, indigenous peoples are nations, born of the Earth (the Sacred Life Giver), placed by the Creator in sacred relationship with our homelands and territories thr...
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