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Being Considered 'as Nothing'
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Thanks for Nothing
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NATIVE CURRENTS Complexity and voices of Arctic drilling
ADELINE PETER RABOFF
I often wonder about the vagaries of politics. Let me take, for example, representation and the issue of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge...
Navajo Nation battles yellow ‘monster’
These days we speak of weapons of mass destruction without truly considering the historical weight of those words...
Turkeys are great birds. They were raised and respected in Mesoamerica by the Mayan and Aztec cultures. Every part of turkey is useful: the meat, feathers and bones...
May I Suggest ... ‘Waterbuster’ by J. Carlos Peinado
CANASTOTA, N.Y. – A devastating legacy is unveiled by documentary filmmaker J...
Digitized collection to be released
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A new digital collection of American Indian and First Nation plays is scheduled for release before the end of the year...
Students learn the meaning of Veterans Day
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – More than 300 Mohawks from Akwesasne are veterans of the U.S...
Honoring American Indian veterans: Dance troupe returns from tour of Iraq
CANASTOTA, N.Y. – Soldiers serving in Iraq attended a performance by the Native Star Dance Team of New Mexico at Contingency Operating Base Spiecher on Nov. 8...
Newcomb: Bush’s unprecedented power: Will Congress reverse the dangerous trend?
Despite Karl Rove’s prediction of a GOP win on election night, the Democratic Party pulled off a stunning victory, thereby taking control of both the House and Senate...
‘Being Frank’: Turning the tide for Turtle Island
Billy Frank Jr.
The defeat of Initiative 933 and other results of the recent election instilled some new hope in me...
Harjo: Post-election: People talking and ‘macaca’ walking
Suzan Shown Harjo
The 2006 midterm elections and their resounding call for change were set in motion by that ill wind, Katrina, in August 2005...
I’ve been a little nuts lately; well, OK, a lot nuts most of the time. This coming holiday is a good time to use nuts in so many ways...
Kalispel elder sees heritage returning
USK, Wash. – “Look up on the wall and you will see 22 photos. Sixteen of those young men were veterans of World War II...
Northwest basketweavers association holds gathering
WORLEY, Idaho – Native basket weavers from throughout the Northwest recently met at the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort and Hotel for the annual gathering of the Northwest Native Ameri...
Navajo foundation to promote health, violence prevention, economic strength
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz...
Giving thanks: Generosity in time of tragedy
Each year, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians donates turkeys and Thanksgiving dinners for area families...
Indian law partnership
In October, Harvard Law School restated its commitment to the development of the study of American Indian law upon receiving the final installment in the endowment of the Oneida In...
<i>Editorsí note: Indian Country Today introduces Washington Watch, a biweekly analysis of the activity of the federal government and its impact in Indian country...
Dance troupe returns from tour of Iraq
CANASTOTA, N.Y. ñ Soldiers serving in Iraq attended a performance by the Native Star Dance Team of New Mexico at Contingency Operating Base Spiecher on Nov. 8...
East meets western Plains culture at Schemitzun
Code talkers' stories revealed in new exhibition
WASHINGTON ñ When the United States issued the call to arms in World War I and World War II, American Indians answered as warriors...
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