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Deconstructing the Doctrine of Discovery
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Skwachàys Lodge: Social Good + Culture
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The Indian Team That Beat the NY Giants
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Run, Run, Run! Todd County Falcons Ready
Thing About Skins
May I Suggest: "Salt Camp: HerStory, Lakota Living Treasure Ollie Napesni"
ST. FRANCIS, S.D. - "Salt Camp: HerStory, Lakota Living Treasure Ollie Napesni" is the personal memoir of Ollie Napesni, Lakota...
Analysis: Anatomy of the midnight rider aimed at Cobell litigants
WASHINGTON - To offer a "rider" or late amendment to a bill that has been fully debated in Congress is to fly beneath the radar of public comment...
Aftermath of California fires
Maine kills casino in anti-sovereignty hangover
INDIAN TOWNSHIP, Maine - Concessions more than two decades ago continue to haunt Maine's two largest tribes. The crushing defeat of an Indian casino referendum Nov...
Anderson on hold as BIA head
WASHINGTON - Holds have been placed on the Senate floor vote that would install Dave Anderson as the Interior Department's assistant secretary for Indian affairs at the BIA...
Fund started for displaced California Indians
BIA promises better communication
LAS VEGAS - Changes at the BIA are on the way but it doesn't seem that tribal leaders are quite ready to fully embrace the agency's reorganization...
Virginia tribes one step closer to federal recognition
WASHINGTON - Virginia's Indians moved a bit closer to gaining federal recognition in the past week, but they still have a ways to go before achieving the recognition they've so lon...
Special Edition: Sacred places central to ceremonial life of Indian country
The disrespect for Native American culture found a brief respite in the 1980s but by the turn of the century it seemed the same old disregard reappeared...
Close encounters of the best kind, by Dale Carson
What is it about celebrities that fascinate us?...
Knight moves, an interview with musician Chester Knight
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan - Chester Knight has been involved in music his entire life...
Sixth annual Native American Music Awards nominee preview
ARTIST OF THE YEAR Arigon Starr, Derek Miller, Johnny Curtis, Robert Mirabal, Felipe Rose BEST BLUES/JAZZ RECORDING Black Wolf's Blues - Wade Fernandez Caught You White Handed - Th...
Blackfeet woman perseveres in law enforcement battle
CHOTEAU, Mont. - Rebecca Rosenberger knows that fighting injustice can have its costs, but she didn't expect her livelihood to be threatened in the process...
Center dedicated to reviving cultural and healing traditions
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - A quarter-million dollar sweat lodge facility opened officially here on a brisk Oct. 15...
Interview with Tohono O'odham Nation's Vivian Juan-Saunders
ICT: You are the first elected chairwoman for the Tohono O'odham tribe. How have people reacted to your election?...
From Hollywood: Mark Reed, Native American Caucus Chairman
HOLLYWOOD - As a child performer, Mark Reed was exposed to the Hollywood industry by his cinematographer father and uncle, Jeff Konekamp...
Est?n-Bah is contender for Best World Music Recording
PHOENIX - In December 2002, Est?n-Bah was born...
Donation funds children's home
LAPWAI, Idaho - The Nez Perce Tribe received a donation in the amount of $100,000 from the Women's Presbytery, a branch within the church, to construct a children's home...
Educator motivates Lakota speakers
RAPID CITY, S.D. - To save a language means to save a culture, words that have previously been spoken and continue to remain true, said Dr. Wayne Evans...
Profiles in Trust: Pillars of Reform
WASHINGTON - When the trust funds litigation in Cobell and other cases are finally resolved, people like lead plaintiff Elouise Cobell, her fellow plaintiffs in the class action la...
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