ALL ARTICLES

Jim Adams
6/23/03
SANFORD, Maine - Two Native peoples with a point to make about sovereignty are pushing ahead with plans for a casino even though their campaign is just under way to win state voter...
James May
6/23/03
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For the second time in the past year the California Assembly voted down a bill that would have prohibited schools from using American Indian mascots...
David Melmer
6/23/03
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - If the store owners of Whiteclay, Neb. and state officials do not stop liquor sales, a blockade will be set up to stop it...
Robert Taylor
6/23/03
Pankiw accused of 'hatemongering' OTTAWA - A controversial Independent Member of Parliament has been accused of hate crimes by Aboriginal leaders for the second time in a year...
Tom Wanamaker
6/22/03
In a recent edition of "Let the Games Begin" we praised the St...
Editors Report
6/22/03
Indian leaders and Indian people everywhere: stand up for your rights!...
Charles E Trimble
6/22/03
Recent Indian Country Today articles - "The backlash against California tribal casinos," by James May, and "First Nations and states: Contesting polities," by David Wilkins, both d...
David Melmer
6/22/03
BLACK RIVER FALLS, Wis. - The Ho-Chunk Nation claim a casino near Chicago could be possible, and very profitable for the residents of the community and the tribe...
Ron Selden
6/19/03
HELENA, Mont. - Steady perseverance might best describe the work of the Indian Law Resource Center...
Philmer Bluehouse
6/19/03
Editors' Note: There are still many tribal ways that can be applied to the resolution of conflict and the bringing of justice to a difficult situation...
Matt Ross
6/19/03
OLD MASSETT, British Columbia - Following years of population decline, the northern tip of the Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaii) will experience growth later this summer, led b...
Christine Graef
6/19/03
QUEBEC - Since it left Joe Jacob's home in Kahnawake, Quebec, the Diabetes Wampum Belt has been carried by walkers, bicyclists, canoes and runners across 1,500 miles, through more ...
Matt Ross
6/19/03
EDMONTON, Alberta - While the season is shorter for golf courses operating north of the border, duffers who make the trip into Canada's west to enjoy Indian-owned links will be rew...
Lucinda Rowlands
6/19/03
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - A miniature blast of gunpowder and a plume of noxious white smoke once embedded gradations of gray onto delicate glass sheets...
Dale Carson
6/19/03
Mid-June is near perfection time, weather-wise. Guess this is why so many weddings are in June. Celebrations of all sorts are happening now...
Jerry Reynolds
6/18/03
WASHINGTON - The latest unlikely twist in the unfolding labyrinth of the trust funds reform trial is that congressional modifications to the federal trust obligation established in...
Raymond Orr
6/18/03
WASHINGTON - By ruling against the Interior Department's current plan for restoring the salmon in the Columbia-Snake River Basin, U.S...
Deron Marquez
6/17/03
The socioeconomic impact of Indian gaming is a subject of much speculation and debate, and thus it concerns me that in recent months many of us in Indian country have witnessed art...

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