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Eagle Parts Wait Shortened by New Rules
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Agrihoods: Self-Sustainable Communities
Onondagas File Violations Against US
25,000 Seek Apology for Racist News Item
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10 Disallowed IRS Deductions for Natives
SWAIA Letter Regarding John Torres-Nez
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Racist Game Justifies Murder of Indians
Mashpee Opens New Building
Claims to Kumeyaay Ancestral Remains
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NIGA Statement on Navajo Golf Event
Cherokee Students Participate in N7 Even
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5 Native Musical Instrument Makers
Thing About Skins
BIA employees may have received cross-contaminated letters in mailing
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ? BIA Regional Director Rob Baracker sent Albuquerque BIA employees home Oct...
Patchwork jurisdiction hampers tribal police
ONEIDA, N. Y. ? How long is the arm of tribal law enforcement?...
New California repatriation law includes enforcement teeth
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ? In 1990, the first President Bush signed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) into federal law...
South Dakota researchers scrutinize judicial system
VERMILLION, S.D. ? Researchers from University of South Dakota continue to sort through data from the state's judicial system to determine if a racial disparity exists...
Mohawk police stretched watching busy, porous border
HOGANSBURG, N.Y. ? On a busy Tuesday night in late September, the undermanned St...
New Indigenous CD will have live-performance quality
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? Fans of Indigenous, the hot blues rock group from South Dakota, will be thrilled with their latest adventure in recording...
Crown attorney studies reserves
CAPE CROKER, Ontario ? After 16 years of prosecuting criminals in Ontario, Crown Attorney Rupert Ross knows the traditional white man's justice system doesn't always work...
A California odyssey: Senate Bill 911
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ?The year and a half-long odyssey of Senate Bill 911 is closer to a resolution though problems still remain...
The law of the land changed overnight
Rachel A Qitsualik
In an Inuit community, everyone knows the law. It arrives by plane...
Wakpala School Horse Club honors their ancestors
Jack T Shillingstad
FORT YATES, N.D. ? The newly founded Wakpala School Horse Club prepared for Mad Bear One-Loud Thunder Memorial Ride with a ceremonial sweat at Fort Yates....
Native Americans is the theme for Scholastic News for children
NEW YORK CITY ? As part of November's National American Indian Heritage Month, Scholastic News dedicated an entire issue about American Indian children...
Whither the Peltier Pardon?
Suzan Shown Harjo
President William Jefferson Clinton freed more than 200 prisoners and fugitives in his closing weeks in office, but he did not grant clemency to Leonard Peltier...
Toronto Aboriginal Studies Program enjoys watershed year
Working for justice in Indian country
In 1968, the American Indian Movement exploded into existence primarily to confront issues of racial injustice...
The justice of race
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? It took a report by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission to open dialogue on racial profiling in a state known by American Indians as a racist for many years...
Tribal Government 101: An introduction to Amnesty Within Native America
Frank John King III
Our tribe lacks true equality among people, true equal justice in our court and true honest leadership in our council...
Torres-Martinez finally will get settlement money
THERMAL, Calif. ? In a week not rife with good news, the Torres-Martinez tribe had reason to celebrate...
Plaintiffs again push for contempt over trust
WASHINGTON ? Following release of another court report critical of government handling of billions of dollars in American Indian trust funds, plaintiffs in Cobell vs...
Wayne Smith named BIA deputy
WASHINGTON ? Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb announced the appointment of Wayne R...
Gila River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Arizona
The community at Sacaton will receive $6 million from the U.S. Department of Justice to build a 104-bed prison for adult offenders, Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz., announced Oct. 17...
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