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Din? Bidziil - power of the people
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - She's been carrying signs protesting the treatment of Native Americans and traveling as far away as Washington, D.C...
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Rachel A Qitsualik
Moonlight draped its ghostly pallor over the hills behind our house. New snow crunched underfoot. We children had been left to entertain ourselves...
Tumbling Dice conference highlights problem gambling
TEMECULA, Calif. - Last week a three-day conference to bring awareness to a growing problem - pathological or problem gambling - began in Sacramento and concluded here Oct...
Analysis: Missouri River reservoir manual comes under fire
WASHINGTON - George Dunlop of the U.S...
Klamath tribes believe a river should run through it
(This series was produced by James May as part of his fellowship project for the USC Annenberg Institute for Justice and Journalism.) SACRAMENTO, Calif...
Crow Chairman wants to instill a new sense of pride
BILLINGS, Mont. - Carl Venne, chairman of Montana's Crow Tribe, knows that meaningful reform takes time...
Committee presses Corps on river management
WASHINGTON - Four senators on the Indian Affairs Committee lectured some top brass from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over the mismanagement of the Missouri River...
Bolivia's indigenous peoples force new course for their country
The tens of thousands of Bolivian Indian protesters were going home this weekend...
Sakakawea journeys to the Capitol Rotunda
WASHINGTON - It's curious that no matter how many men decide to change the world, the world seems to move in its accustomed course, from conquest to futility, from peak to valley a...
Probate process could improve for Indian country
WASHINGTON - A probate reform bill proposes one quick fix and other long-term measures to end the fractionation of Indian land, which proceeds in part from delays in probating Indi...
Bison Range talks still on track
State taxation of casino revenues at issue
NEW YORK - Via a recent poll, the Wall Street Journal "discovered" that 57 percent of its readers believe that revenue from Indian casinos is fair game for state tax collectors...
New organization is meeting the needs of larger tribes
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News from the Pacific Northwest: Northwest at a glance
Spokane Indian schools receive grant SPOKANE, Wash...
Fort Mojave becomes first tribe to have gaming compacts with three states
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Just because Gov. Gray Davis is famously out, it does not mean his administration is necessarily down. On Oct...
Wanamaker: Gaming exclusivity vs. the free market
The continued growth of Indian gaming casts an ever-brighter spotlight on the industry...
Bill to provide mandatory IHS funding
WASHINGTON - Democratic leadership in the Senate and House of Representatives announced Oct...
Meskwaki turmoil continues
MESKWAKI SETTLEMENT, Iowa - While many had hoped the Oct...
Iroquois resolve is crucial: leaders must lead
The attacks on Indian nationhood by politicians pandering to the worst instincts of the American imperial tradition are growing...
Hill: Support the McCain-Lieberman Climate Stewardship Act
Since 1901 over 800 treaties, which ceded large tracks of land from Indian nations to the U.S. government, were negotiated...
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