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Why amend IGRA? What's needed is guidance on revenue sharing and crossing state lines
Rapid-growth industries always make the headlines, and Indian gaming - which reaped more than $18 billion in 2004 - is no exception...
An appreciation of Spiderwoman Theater
Elders of the New York American Indian community, the three sisters that make up the Spiderwoman Theater - Gloria Miguel, Muriel Miguel and Lisa Mayo - are beloved icons and vibran...
Circle of Life; A sacred trust of the people
Rick St. Germaine
WHITE EARTH, Minn...
Media variety holds sway; Ethnic minorities inform themselves
A vigorous gathering of ethnic media organizations, journalists, publications and academic programs at Columbia University recently gave evidence of a new world of communications b...
Meeting tears down barriers to financial community
UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Wall Street is named for a fortification originally built to keep Indians out of lower Manhattan...
Inuit shamanism and the code of silence
Rachel Attituq Qitsualik
Since the time when explorers first began to poke around the Arctic, and especially into Inuit culture, they have consistently exhibited a fascination with shamanism...
Challenge for trust reform measures met
WASHINGTON - When Congress asked Indian country leaders to unite and develop a plan for trust reform, Indian country met the challenge. Now the ball is back in Congress' court...
Housing cuts condemned
MINNEAPOLIS - The outgoing president of the National Association of Mortgage Brokers has deplored the pending cuts in federal housing funding for American Indians...
Culture comes alive at Arctic Raven
FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash. - Kwaguilth artist Jason Hunt touched up a large ceremonial mask carved by his father, Stan, as people commented on its beauty and asked questions...
STORYTELLER; THE BIRTH OF EAGLE LORE
A long time ago, the Creator gave gifts to the true at heart. Shawanay was a young man of a village and the eldest of his family. He was also a great hunter for a man so young...
Policy and media relationship explored
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The development of a promising new public policy research center in Indian country is now underway...
Comprehensive Indian gaming report released
Lavish Fourth of July celebrations planned
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. - Independence Day might arouse mixed emotions in Native historians, but Indian country will put on some lavish celebrations this year anyway...
Yurok, Quechan sign compacts
A new kind of lobbying'; Committee probes Abramoff issues
WASHINGTON - When Jack Abramoff bragged about doing "a new kind of lobbying" for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, his associate Amy Ridenour was impressed...
Schaghticoke demand explanation
Gale Courey Toensing
Suicide on reservations; Community members speak out
BISMARK, N.D. - At a recent field hearing in Bismarck, Sen...
Senate committee tackles suicide
WASHINGTON - Suicide is the second leading cause of death among American Indian youth aged 15 - 24, but that is no surprise to anyone who lives on a reservation in the Great Plains...
Ahousaht asks for help
AHOUSAHT, British Columbia - The remote community of Ahousaht is dealing with an epidemic and is calling for professional help...
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