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20 Native Portraits by Ryan Red Corn
Vancouver Native Festival Draws 30,000
Is It Chowder, or Chowdah?
Protectors Halt Mauna Kea Construction
5 Native Technologies That Trump Science
Too Many Hearings, Too Little Funding
Don't Shed Tears for Us Poor Indians
Roper Wins 2nd in Roping Competition
10 Racist Ads Featuring Native Americans
Venus and Jupiter Merge Under Full Moon
Is Trans-Racism a Thing?
Navajo Sheepherding Fest 'Sheep is Life'
Manning: The Price of Silence
Kayaktivists Battle Shell Oil for Arctic
Interior Announces Final Fed Rec Process
Red Cloud: A Life in Images
Houska: Indian Mascots Harm Students
Baring the Horrors of Boarding Schools
Fairbanks Four’s Roberts Paroled
The Week That Was
Thing About Skins
Young writers' stories take the spotlight
DESMET, Idaho -- Eight one-act plays by middle school students from the Coeur d'Alene Tribal School recently sprang to life on several stages in the Northwest when Hollywood actors...
Veterans travel to France for Calling Home Ceremony
PORT ALBERNI, British Columbla -- Twenty aboriginal veterans of World War II and 13 aboriginal youth, representing every region of Canada, recently accompanied spiritual leaders on...
Libby, lies and the casualties of war
And you thought Watergate was bad. Tricky Dick's ignoble legacy should pale in comparison to the trouble that's brewing now in Washington...
An American Indian education manifesto
Born of frustration by Congress over the failure of public education with poor and minority students, the federal No Child Left Behind Act is impacting public schools serving India...
Foreclosure out in push for Oneida tax pact
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. -- With a strong push from U.S...
BIA law officer graduates from FBI academy
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON -- Leonard Merriam, an enrolled member of the Sault Ste...
Documentary re-examines Haida protest
TORONTO -- Taken as it was from an aerial view, the establishing shot of the film left no doubt as to how the land was in trouble...
Schaghticokes launch Internet petition calling for investigation
Gale Courey Toensing
KENT, Conn. -- The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has launched an Internet petition drive calling for an investigation of the BIA's reversal of the tribe's federal acknowledgement...
Interior's computers ordered disconnected - yet again
WASHINGTON -- For the fourth time, a federal district judge has ordered computers at the Department of Interior shut down because, the court asserted, they are not properly protect...
Court rejects federal plan for Klamath water
KLAMATH, Calif. -- An appellate court decision concluded that the U.S. government has not provided a clear plan for Klamath River water through the year 2010. The 9th U.S...
Hurricane Stan adds to Mayans' misery
Juan A. Avila Hernandez
Navajo rancher chooses customers as carefully as she tends her flocks
WINSLOW, Ariz. -- In late September, I met Colleen Biakeddy, Navajo, for a meal in the Turquoise Room at La Posada Hotel, a historic landmark that was once a Spanish hacienda...
Students participate in education conference
Freshman Academy decreases dropout rates RAPID CITY, S.D...
Tigua query masked by Miers exit
WASHINGTON -- "Stunning" officials in Washington, Harriet Miers withdrew as nominee for the U.S...
Creating effective partnerships between tribes and agencies
Greetings from your Shoshone-Paiute brothers and sisters...
The life of Alvin M. Josephy Jr., authoritative interpreter of history
Diane Josephy Peavey and Allison Wolowitz
John Locke and Indian country
When Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, he relied heavily on the writings of John Locke...
Language course preserves Northern Arapaho culture
LARAMIE, Wyo. -- More than a dozen University of Wyoming students, their family members and friends sit outside on a pleasant Friday night in September...
Fighting breast cancer
A Native woman's journal One month before my fourth birthday I saw my mother killed in front of me. I'm not mentioning this for pity...
States' legislation on school cultural programs varies
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- Thirty-nine states have laws on the books that encourage, allow or require the teaching of American Indian culture, language and history in the public schools...
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