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Designing for Life: Johnpaul Jones
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Curating the Indigenous Experience
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DiCaprio, Natives Ice Bucket Challenge
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Weightless Lumbees Return from NASA
Thing About Skins
Gathering to share food, fun, dance and this year, some tears
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Traditional and contemporary dance competitions, cheering crowds in the stands and on the arena floor, a special honoring song for U.S. Army Pfc...
Pawnee Herb Adson elected Chief of City Police
Patti Jo King
PAWNEE, Okla. - Herb Adson, a member of the Pawnee Nation with more than 15 years of experience in law enforcement, has been elected chief of police in Pawnee, Okla...
Alternative programming keeps listeners tuned in
ONION LAKE, Saskatchewan - Hitting the scan button on my car's radio, the FM frequency stumbled across a station where pop star Jennifer Lopez was crooning out of the speakers...
Arvol's proclamation causing pain and prayer
Charmaine White Face
There is a proclamation going around the world that in some quarters is causing consternation, in others jubilation, and in yet others outright anger...
Apache firefighter exhibits excellence on fire lines
Gail K Pechuli
FORT APACHE, Ariz. - When wildland fires erupt throughout the nation, thousands of resources are dispatched to extinguish the blazes...
Energy bill passes - barely
WASHINGTON - The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee offered a textbook example of politics in a democracy April 29, when the Indian section of the national energy legisl...
Similar cases, different judgments in Fair Political Practices Commission lawsuit
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - If this were a physics question it would defy the law of possibility...
Let the games continue: With last hurdles in sight, Eastern Pequot backer looks ahead
SOUTHPORT, Conn. - David Rosow is one financial backer who doesn't hide in the shadows...
Intimidation punditry - A disservice to discourse
There is a growing concern about intimidation in media these days...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Caravan Converges on Canadian Capital OTTAWA - Natives from as far away as British Columbia traveled to Parliament Hill on April 28 to protest the First Nations Governance Act also...
Finance bill gets only conditional support
WASHINGTON - Prospects for passage of the Native American Capital Formation and Economic Development Act dimmed considerably April 30, as Indian organizational representatives acro...
Ojibwe women walk to protect sacred water
BAD RIVER, Wis. - On April 21, a group of dedicated Anishinaabe women began a 1,300-mile walk from Bad River, Wis...
Sen. Max Baucus: Creating jobs and economic opportunity key for all
Senator Max Baucus
Boosting our economy for the long term and creating good-paying jobs are my top priorities...
Money for Native Alaska and Hawaiian higher education going unclaimed
WASHINGTON - The federal government has earmarked $10 million to assist tribal colleges this year, but it may have trouble giving the money away...
California's search for tax revenue
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - With the compact re-negotiations in full swing it is unclear whether or not tribes will capitulate to Gov...
Oglala Sioux Tribe imposes fuel tax
On taxes, who is scalping whom?
In Wisconsin the old scalping routine came to the forefront...
Mohawk: Three Indian contributions to Western Civilization
When Roger Williams first arrived in New England, he set about the task of converting the heathen Indians to Christianity...
States on collision course with tax sovereignty
UNION SPRINGS, N. Y. -- With little fanfare but great emotion, the Cayuga Nation celebrated a turning point in its history April 29...
Fannie Mae mortgage agency invests $2 million in Blackfeet housing project
BROWNING, Mont. - Mortgage agency Fannie Mae has invested $2 million in equity to help build 20 units of affordable rental housing on the Blackfeet reservation...
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