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Jean Johnson
10/26/05
PORTLAND, Ore. -- "A couple years ago I put a dozen pumpkins I'd grown in the garden on the front porch for decor...
David Wiwchar
10/26/05
PORT ALBERNI, British Columbia -- British Columbian political leaders emerged from the Tseshaht longhouse behind Nuu-chah-nulth cultural leaders after a three-hour discussion on nu...
Dale Carson
10/26/05
There was a time so long ago that the canvas of Mother Earth had not yet had the Creator's brush of colors reveal the beauty we see today...
John A. Wickham
10/26/05
The New York Times on Sept...
Editors Report
10/19/05
Relatives to the south are suffering tonight after devastating weather once more reminds us how fragile our human condition really is...
Editors Report
10/19/05
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Every 2.5 minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer...
Richard Walker
10/19/05
TULALIP, Wash. -- One day, about a month ago, Rita Matta was feeling sorry for herself and giving everyone in her household a hard time...
Jean Johnson
10/19/05
PORTLAND, Ore...
David Melmer
10/19/05
CRAZY HORSE, S.D. -- Native American Day has replaced Columbus Day in South Dakota, observed this year on Oct...
Kara Briggs
10/19/05
I'm told that October is breast cancer awareness month. I don't put much stock in these arbitrary assignments of months to diseases, or even races of people...
Editors Report
10/19/05
PINON, Ariz. -- The Navajo Nation and the IHS, an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services, held a dedication ceremony on Sept...
Winona LaDuke
10/19/05
Standing at the bow of the boat, Ramon Lopez, an elder Seri man, watches the horizon, the color of the sea and the islands, just as his ancestors have for a millennium...
Jose Barreiro
10/19/05
JIGUANI, Cuba -- In Cuba, from the flat savannas of Camaguey and east to the foothills of the Sierra Maestra, the cry was for water...
Melissa Gorelick
10/19/05
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Native scholars discussed the continuing impact of Christopher Columbus' legacy in a recent panel event at Syracuse University...
Rick St. Germaine
10/19/05
DENVER -- More than three dozen Cheyenne and Arapaho runners carrying ceremonial eagle staffs burst into the colossal Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver, wove their way ...
Rick St. Germaine
10/19/05
DENVER -- At a time when the nation's schools are struggling to meet the demands of increased costs for teachers' salaries, energy, heating, and transporting students, the presiden...
Editors Report
10/19/05
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. -- A Cherokee Nation employee and tribal citizen recently received a presidential appointment to serve in Washington, D.C...
Editors Report
10/19/05
WASHINGTON -- Responding to a flood of requests, the National American Indian Housing Council is expanding its training on dealing with methamphetamine use in tribal housing by lau...
Deron Marquez
10/19/05
Indigenous peoples of America have a strong connection with the land...
David Wiwchar
10/19/05
VICTORIA, British Columbia -- The British Columbia Treaty Commission has released its annual report on the state of treaty negotiations in the province, and found encouragement in ...

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