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Chris Eyre and Daughter Discuss Careers
NMAI Profile: Robert J. Moody Jr.
Building Hope by Building Schools
Inspiring Video From the Climate March
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Aral Sea: Biggest Enviro Disaster Ever
Jewelry Fit for a Supreme Court Justice
Tribal College Awarded $1M Grant
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Rez Organization Finalist for $100K
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Shearing Precious Hair for Breast Cancer
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Radiation Leak Linked to Los Alamos
Radon: The Invisible Killer
'She Fought So Hard to Live'
Miss Indian Rodeo Is a Life-long Cowgirl
Thing About Skins
NIGA Chairman appears on national TV
NEW YORK - Indian gaming recently received a brief moment in the spotlight of national television when Ernest L...
Expos: Islamic Sect Targets Chiapas Indians
Editors' Note: This past June, Native Americas, the journal of Hemispheric Indigenous issues published by First Nations Development Institute, broke this dramatic story - at once i...
World Eskimo-Indian Olympics
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 42nd Annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (WEIO) was held July 16 - 19 in Fairbanks...
Turning Stone Casino adds new golfing gem
VERONA, N.Y. - Cloudy skies and misting rain couldn't damper the excitement at the opening of the Kaluhyat Golf Club at the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Casino Resort...
Native people must be included in homeownership initiatives
In a previous "Perspectives" column that appeared in Indian Country Today last fall, the National American Indian Housing Council requested that the Bush Administration remember th...
Record-building throws new light on Cobell cast
WASHINGTON - Every U.S. Congress takes a recess, an interlude between the first and second sessions when Congress is adjourned...
News from the South: Focus on Honduras
Indigenous opposition to Puebla-Panama Plan faces serious repression On July 21, leaders of indigenous, campesino and grassroots organizations from throughout the Central American ...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Wildfires force evacuations WHISPERING PINES, British Columbia - More than 250 members of the First Nations community of Whispering Pines, about 35 miles north of Kamloops, and the...
Inferior Blackfeet housing under fire
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Two critical turning points are pending in a federal lawsuit filed here last year over substandard housing on the nearby Blackfeet Indian Reservation...
Firefighters dispatched to western wildlands
BROWNING, Mont. - Scores of wildland firefighters from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation are finding plenty of work this summer around the drought-plagued west...
Civil Rights report rips federal Indian spending
WASHINGTON - The federal government is meeting less and less of its trust obligations to American Indians, according to a scathing report by the U.S...
NIGA midyear will teach how to deal with media
WASHINGTON, - "The tribes have to call back." That's lesson number one in a media training program that the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) will offer at its upcoming mid...
College degrees are necessary in today's work force
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - According to information from the U.S. Department of Labor, 48 of the 50 highest paying occupations require college degrees...
'Paradigm shift' seen on trust fund case
Push a big rock long enough and some good ideas begin to surface: a bigger crowbar is suggested, maybe digging around the edges, finally a heavy shove...
Trust fund computers to remain off-line
WASHINGTON - The federal judge in the Cobell lawsuit recently ordered Interior Department computers that house trust fund data to be disconnected from the Internet, with two except...
Something is rotten in Rhode Island
As we have discussed in this space many times before, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act was meant to foster the economic development of the nation's federally recognized tribes...
Montana: The last, worst place for Indian gaming
MISSOULA, Mont. - A truck stop and tax-free cigarette emporium called Joe's Smoke Ring is the closet Indian casino to Missoula, one of Montana's largest cities...
Tribes want inclusion in forest management
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Great Sioux Nation has never accepted the fact that the Black Hills of South Dakota is not theirs...
Twenty years of treaty rights
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - There is still public concern regarding the hunting, fishing, and gathering rights of the Lake Superior Ojibwe, and for other tribes in Indian country...
Oneidas sponsor local water infrastructure
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y...
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