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Mary Pierpoint
11/1/01
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ? BIA Regional Director Rob Baracker sent Albuquerque BIA employees home Oct...
Jim Adams
11/1/01
ONEIDA, N. Y. ? How long is the arm of tribal law enforcement?...
James May
10/31/01
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ? In 1990, the first President Bush signed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) into federal law...
Kay Humphrey
10/31/01
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...
Jim Adams
10/31/01
HOGANSBURG, N.Y. ? On a busy Tuesday night in late September, the undermanned St...
David Melmer
10/30/01
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? Fans of Indigenous, the hot blues rock group from South Dakota, will be thrilled with their latest adventure in recording...
Roberta Avery
10/30/01
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...
James May
10/30/01
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ?The year and a half-long odyssey of Senate Bill 911 is closer to a resolution though problems still remain...
Rachel A Qitsualik
10/30/01
In an Inuit community, everyone knows the law. It arrives by plane...
Jack T Shillingstad
10/29/01
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....
Mary Pierpoint
10/29/01
NEW YORK CITY ? As part of November's National American Indian Heritage Month, Scholastic News dedicated an entire issue about American Indian children...
Suzan Shown Harjo
10/29/01
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...
Editors Report
10/29/01
In 1968, the American Indian Movement exploded into existence primarily to confront issues of racial injustice...
David Melmer
10/29/01
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...
Frank John King III
10/29/01
Our tribe lacks true equality among people, true equal justice in our court and true honest leadership in our council...
James May
10/29/01
THERMAL, Calif. ? In a week not rife with good news, the Torres-Martinez tribe had reason to celebrate...
Brian Stockes
10/28/01
WASHINGTON ? Following release of another court report critical of government handling of billions of dollars in American Indian trust funds, plaintiffs in Cobell vs...
Brian Stockes
10/28/01
WASHINGTON ? Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb announced the appointment of Wayne R...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
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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