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Saginaw Chippewa Appeals NLRB Ruling
Stealing Children: A Look at Removal
Indian Mortgage Programs Now Cost More
Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
Welfare Exclusion Act: Hollow Win?
A Movie About the Origins of Everything
Muscogee (Creek) Partner With USDA
Tribes, WA State Unite Vs. Oil Trains
Turning Stone Unveils 'Next Big Thing'
Greg Grey Cloud's Honor Song on KXL
Hey, Matt Lauer!
Remembering Alcatraz Occupation
Interior’s Mike Connor On Land Buy-Back
Coin Design Honors Code Talkers
Nothing Says Comfort Like Fall Soups
26.2 Miles, 839 Rubik's Cubes
10 Things About Alaska Natives
Sioux Mother to Return to Court for Sons
Disestablishing Doctrine of Domination
Books That Get Native Nuances Right
Thing About Skins
Let's get healthy: Indian country's New Year's resolution
In one horrible way, Indian country is fully in step with, or perhaps even one step behind, the rest of America: obesity is rampant; in varying degrees, diabetes is a scourge upon ...
Student dies in holding cell at BIA school
SALEM, Ore. - Sixteen year old Cindy Gilbert Sohappy died Dec. 6 in a holding cell where she was placed by school officials because she was intoxicated...
Interview with Randy Wood
Jeannette Armstrong honored with Buffett Award for Indigenous Leadership
PENTICTON, B.C. - The massive Okanagan Valley is diverse: Snowy slopes to the north, arid desert and antelope brush to the south...
May I Suggest ... 'Voices From the Trail of Tears' ed. Vicki Rozema
The forced exodus of various Indian tribes from the southeastern part of the United States is without question a dark spot on this country's history...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
The land, food and Native Americans have always been one. We move to nature's rhythm each season...
Let the Games Begin: Revenue sharing held hostage?
Recently, we chastised state officials in New York for delaying the retroactive approval of two gaming compacts while trying to extract revenue sharing concessions from the tribes ...
Shakopee Dakota - A culture of sharing
PRIOR LAKE, Minn. - Everyone knows, but not everyone may understand the purpose of giving as a tradition among American Indians...
Wintery weather doesn't dampen spirits
WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. - In much the same weather as in 1890, the Big Foot or Spirit Riders completed the 350-mile, 14-day ride in a foot of snow...
Healing the Lakota prairie: Part Two
HAYES, S.D. - Although Clarence Mortenson considers himself 'retired', he still flies from Phoenix to South Dakota on a regular basis to see the results of his life's work...
Aspiring Bond girl: Alex Rice
Black Eagle: From the NAMMYs to the GRAMMYs
JEMEZ PUEBLO, N.M...
Celebrating Native music
TORONTO - "We are here to celebrate role models in Native musical talent," said Phil Fontaine...
Let the Games Begin: A review of 2003
This past year has been an eventful one in Indian gaming...
Liu not happy with rule pace
LAS VEGAS - The nation's top American Indian housing regulator is disappointed with the results to date of negotiated rulemaking with Native housing leaders over the formula used t...
Trimble: Out-Indianing a Wannabee
Charles E Trimble
There were few leaders in Indian country more outstanding than the late Ruben Snake of the Nebraska Winnebagos - a man to whom the word "sage" could truly be applied...
Tribes in a bind over Lara as Supreme Court struggles
WASHINGTON - Tribes have not stayed on the sidelines as U.S. v...
The Alaska - Hawaii connection: Part Three
Anne Keala Kelly
(Editors note: This special report was first published in the Fall 2003 edition of Native Americas, the journal of hemispheric indigenous issues published by First Nations Developm...
An interview with Gary Gordon, executive director of NAIHC
Indian Country Today recently interviewed Gary Gordon, executive director of the National American Indian Housing Council, at NAIHC's Legal Symposium in Las Vegas...
Adamson: 'Soft eviction' is modern version of Manifest Destiny
Rebecca L Adamson
If one had been able, 150 years ago, to assume a place on high and see Manifest Destiny for what it was in 19th century America, two features would have stood out like lights...
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