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HOLY ROAD: Vice chairwoman of Swinomish Tribe passes
LA CONNER, Wash. - The Swinomish Tribe is mourning the loss of Susan Mae Wilbur, the tribe's vice chairwoman, who died Jan. 29. She was 49 and had suffered a series of strokes...
Another indigenous presence at the Oscars in 'The Last Samurai'
LOS ANGELES - Maori from New Zealand played a role, although much behind the scenes, in another big entry in the Feb...
Wade Fernandez (Photo courtesy Kevin Kossow)
MILWAUKEE - Wade Fernandez is an established, remarkably talented young musician nominated for three major NAMMY Awards last year: Best Male Artist, Songwriter of the Year, and Bes...
Oneida Nation promotes racial unity with pre-Grammy celebration
LOS ANGELES - For the second consecutive year, the Oneida Indian Nation hosted an event celebrating racial diversity in the music industry in celebration of the 46th Annual GRAMMY ...
Indigenous spirit triumphs in 'Whale Rider'
LOS ANGELES - As 13-year-old Keisha Castle-Hughes, star of "Whale Rider," fidgets through the seeming endless Oscar awards Feb...
Litefoot and Jesse Jackson call for OutKast apology
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Native rapper Litefoot, along with civil rights leader Rev...
Court settlement gives county control to reservation
FORT THOMPSON, S.D. - The majority population of Buffalo county will now have a say in how the county is run, thanks to a court settlement...
News from the Pacific Northwest
LUMMI, Wash. - The Lummi Nation has opened a shelter here for victims of domestic violence...
Let the Games Begin: Solving gaming problems in Oklahoma?
It is indeed a good thing to see federal and state officials working to improve Indian gaming, even if they're not necessarily working together...
King of fish to return to Northern Wisconsin tribal lakes
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - On Jan...
LeBeau: International efforts to protect indigenous peoples' sacred places
Indigenous peoples in the Americas have endured a great deal of social, economic, and political disorganization and demise resulting from historical European efforts to acquire ind...
GRAMMY winner releases passionate follow-up album
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Flutist Mary Youngblood has emerged as a leader in the American Indian music scene...
Neighborhood brings new homes, new careers
EVERSON, Wash. - A neighborhood of 12 pretty town homes in this rural area of Whatcom County represents more than new housing opportunities for Nooksack tribal members...
In the wake of 'Black October'
Bolivia, South America's most heavily indigenous country, remains tense months after a national protest wave led by Indians brought down the government in "Black October" or "the G...
Rating the Presidents: Richard M. Nixon
One may search the mysteries of character for President Richard M. Nixon's commitment to Indian country...
Adamson: Attention taxpayers, a reason to like Uncle Sam
Rebecca L Adamson
As the tax season approaches, we can all use a little extra reason to like Uncle Sam...
Bank of America hopes to use Indian mortgage programs
WASHINGTON - Bank of America, responding to stinging criticism of its lending efforts in Indian country, is reviewing the government guaranteed mortgage programs for American India...
American Idol just being herself
PEMBROKE, N.C. - Charly Lowry often told herself, "Just be Charly," when she went on stage to perform as a contestant in the "American Idol" competition...
Graham to face extradition tribunal
VANCOUVER, B.C. - John Graham, charged with the murder of Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash is nervous about facing a court in the United States...
Transcript: Interview with John Graham, conducted February 20, 2004
ICT: When did you first get involved with the American Indian Movement?...
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