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Editors Report
10/29/01
In 1968, the American Indian Movement exploded into existence primarily to confront issues of racial injustice...
David Melmer
10/29/01
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? It took a report by the U.S. Civil Rights Commission to open dialogue on racial profiling in a state known by American Indians as a racist for many years...
Frank John King III
10/29/01
Our tribe lacks true equality among people, true equal justice in our court and true honest leadership in our council...
James May
10/29/01
THERMAL, Calif. ? In a week not rife with good news, the Torres-Martinez tribe had reason to celebrate...
Brian Stockes
10/28/01
WASHINGTON ? Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb announced the appointment of Wayne R...
Brian Stockes
10/28/01
WASHINGTON ? Following release of another court report critical of government handling of billions of dollars in American Indian trust funds, plaintiffs in Cobell vs...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
Three top managers at the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation either resigned or were let go during the past two months...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
The community at Sacaton will receive $6 million from the U.S. Department of Justice to build a 104-bed prison for adult offenders, Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz., announced Oct. 17...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
The tribe signed a lease agreement to use the parking lot at the defunct Norwich State Hospital to handle overflow parking from its casino...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
Two companies owned and operated by the tribe may see more business from the military. Sioux Manufacturing Corp...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
Tribal leaders turned over the first shovels of dirt on the Fort Berthold Justice Center project Oct. 19...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
The band is taking steps to prevent teen-agers from getting into the abandoned San Haven institute after a 17-year-old boy died there early Oct...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
A recount has confirmed Judy Knight-Frank's one-vote victory over Ernest House in the election for tribal chairman. House requested the Oct...
Staff Reports
10/27/01
Two grants will allow the Little Priest Tribal College to build a new library. The U.S...
Editors Report
10/26/01
What could be the ultimate in states' rights injustice is beginning to unfold. It emanates out of Texas and it portends the highest possible danger for American Indian nations...
Rebecca L Adamson
10/26/01
A news item had it that the custom of firemen is to put their boots on last at the site of a fire, leaving their everyday shoes on the sidewalks outside. On Sept...
Gregg J Bourland
10/26/01
From the chairmans' desk: Chairman Gregg J. Bourland, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Small pox! The very word strikes terror in the minds and hearts of Native Americans worldwide...
Mary Pierpoint
10/26/01
MCALESTER, Okla. ? The Choctaw Manufacturing and Development Corp. landed a 10-year contract with the Army to design and manufacture space heaters...

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