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Kari Ingersoll
11/27/02
PORT BYRON, N.Y. - Fourth graders in New York study Native American history and traditions as part of the state education curriculum...
Editors Report
11/27/02
No matter how successful economically, no matter whether poor or well-off, no Native people can long ignore its traditional ways...
Jim Adams
11/27/02
SAN FRANCISCO - Capping a banner year for Native film-making, the American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) presented its biggest, and according to some participants, its best annual f...
Philip Chien
11/27/02
Each day mission control radios up a wakeup song for the crew...
Gary Moore
11/26/02
Secretary of Interior Gail Norton and Assistant Interior Secretary for Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb were convicted of civil contempt in U.S. District Court on Sept.17...
Kari Ingersoll
11/26/02
PHOENIX - In today's constantly changing legal world, law firms are beginning to address diverse issues that affect America's diverse people...
Jim Adams
11/26/02
MIAMI, Okla...
Roscoe Pond
11/26/02
I don't know how much of our lives we are allowed to choose. The belief that our paths are paved for us at birth is sometimes true and other times questionable...
Staff Reports
11/26/02
FORT COLLINS, Colo...
Staff Reports
11/26/02
BARTLESVILLE, Okla...
Dale Carson
11/26/02
Chowders, soups and stews were the mainstay of many ancient indigenous peoples. In a village, a soup would be started early in the day and ingredients added as they were gathered...
Robert Taylor
11/26/02
Mi'kmaq Shubenacadie Band HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - The lobster harvest is an important part of daily life in the coastal Mi'kmaq communities of the Shubenacadie Band, but it is being...
David Melmer
11/25/02
PIERRE, S.D. - Marletta Pacheca's nephew was found hanging in his cell in a South Dakota prison...
Staff Reports
11/25/02
WASHINGTON - Long-delayed trust funds to compensate the Yankton Sioux and the Santee Sioux in Nebraska have finally won Congressional approval, Sen...
Philip Chien
11/25/02
The sound recording is of Indian Country Today correspondent Philip Chien interviewing NASA administrator Sean O'Keefe about Cmdr. John Herrington, following the STS-113 launch.
Staff Reports
11/25/02
WASHINGTON - On Nov. 21, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Neal A. McCaleb, 67, announced his decision to retire from public service, informing President George W...
Philip Chien
11/25/02
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- With an earth-rumbling roar, the space shuttle Endeavour took off at 7:50 pm (EST), Nov...
James May
11/25/02
SAN DIEGO - As the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) met for its annual convention Nov...
Philip Chien
11/23/02
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - The next shot at the space shuttle launch that would take Chickasaw astronaut John Herrington to the Space Station could be tonight, Nov...
Staff Reports
11/23/02
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- An Indian Omnibus Bill with many needed provisions for Indian country passed Congress Nov...

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