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EPA Wants Climate Justice for Tribes
Cabazon Band Fights Hunger in the Valley
NPS Awards $1.3M to Preserve Battlefield
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Brutal Murder by Teens of Two Navajo Men
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Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge
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Wounded Man Goes From Hospital to Jail
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$5 Million to Research Tribal Health
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SCIA Hearing: Gaming's Next 25 Years
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Thing About Skins
Newberry meeting looks into future of American Indian studies
CHICAGO - Top-level scholars from around the country will debate the future of academic American Indian studies at the end of January at this city's Newberry Library, home of one o...
Voter fraud charges in South Dakota prove fraudulent
PIERRE, S.D. - What started out as an attempt to catch the Democrats at voter fraud on South Dakota Indian reservations has backfired on the Republican National Committee...
Editorial: 2002 in review: American Indian nations grow
In this season of peace and renewal, the country braces for war while a shy economy puts in doubt the way ahead. Yet, even in the face of death, life abounds...
Natives pay more for homes, says new Census analysis
WASHINGTON - Housing affordability plagues large numbers of people living in Native areas...
New Senate leadership and colorblindness
Suzan Shown Harjo
It's official. Sen. Bill Frist, R-Tenn., is in and Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., is out as leader of the Senate Republicans in the upcoming 108th Congress...
Ahenakew remains under siege after anti-Semitic outburst
OTTAWA - Matthew Coon Come, national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, has become the latest Aboriginal leader to condemn remarks made by Dr...
NAHASDA housing bill a success, says study
WASHINGTON - The "self determination" part of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) has allowed tribes to be "more creative and resourceful" i...
For Time Magazine, Din? rejection of casinos a cultural choice
The TIME Magazine "Special Report Indian Casinos" may be most objectionable for its omissions. In its Dec...
Mushuau Innu move underway
DAVIS INLET, Newfoundland - Moving a single family in the middle of a Labrador winter is a challenge to say the least, but the Mushuau Innu are finding out that moving their entire...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
There are so many celebrations about now in Indian country...
Morgan, former Flathead teacher, to fly in space
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - Teacher-astronaut Barbara Morgan has been assigned to her first spaceflight, the STS-118 mission scheduled for launch on Nov. 13, 2003...
Gates Foundation pilot program fights dropouts
SEATTLE - The Early College High School Program is gearing up to accept a second round of applicants from Washington State Native communities or public schools with a high proporti...
Sitting Bull College student investigates water quality
FORT YATES, N.D...
USD student awarded American Psychological Association Fellowship
VERMILLION, S.D - University of South Dakota graduate student Ms...
Education: Collaborations flourish between MSU, Tribal Colleges
BOZEMAN. Mont. - Life, whether we acknowledge it or not, is interdependent, Henrietta Mann tells her students at Montana State University-Bozeman...
Education: Newberry Library wants scholars for D'Arcy McNickle center in Chicago
CHICAGO - Have you ever wanted to research your own family, community or tribal history or wanted to read primary source documents and examine Indian-produced images for yourself?...
Education: Western Washington University receives grant for minority marine science education
Education: New President-elect of the National Indian Education Association
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Cindy La Marr, Pit River-Paiute is the first California Native to be elected to the presidency of the National Indian Education Association...
News From the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Nunavut judge shoots down gun registry IQALUIT, Nunavut - Justice Beverly Brown of the Nunavut Court of Justice granted an injunction exempting 23,000 Inuit from most of the provis...
Hogen takes chair, former federal prosecutor takes over gaming commission
OKLAHOMA CITY - Philip Hogen, the new chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission, said he would be firm when it comes to enforcing gaming laws, but would impose sanctions on...
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