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Education: Western Washington University receives grant for minority marine science education
Education: New President-elect of the National Indian Education Association
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Cindy La Marr, Pit River-Paiute is the first California Native to be elected to the presidency of the National Indian Education Association...
News From the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Nunavut judge shoots down gun registry IQALUIT, Nunavut - Justice Beverly Brown of the Nunavut Court of Justice granted an injunction exempting 23,000 Inuit from most of the provis...
Hogen takes chair, former federal prosecutor takes over gaming commission
OKLAHOMA CITY - Philip Hogen, the new chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission, said he would be firm when it comes to enforcing gaming laws, but would impose sanctions on...
For Time Magazine, Sovereignty 101
(Perhaps the most basic problem of the TIME Magazine series on Indian gaming is that it completely misunderstands the constitutional structure of Indian country, which is also the ...
Accountability and responsibility in gaming
It is the natural tendency of human beings to react in a hot, angry and sloppy manner when they feel threatened; the anthropological term for this response is "fight or flight." Mr...
McCaleb says successor 'must have access'
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Departing Assistant Interior Secretary - Indian Affairs Neal McCaleb refused to join the guessing game over a potential successor in a Dec...
Editorial: TIME keeps strafing Indian country
The tone is fast and breathy, like someone who is making discoveries and is amazed by revelation. Look what we are finding out, they exclaim. There is this; then there is that...
A year-end rumination: It's getting real cold in Washington
Ahhh, Washington in December! The city is decked out for the holidays, and the weather is frightful...
Interior shuffles boxes as Task Force ends
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congress has given a green light to the BIA reorganization, Interior Secretary Gale Norton told a telephone press conference of Native journalists Dec...
'Red Thunder' rumbles through time
Modern society has developed many exciting advantages, but, in and out of Indian country, it has caused a retreat from traditional ways and family...
Native cooking column by Dale Carson
When I was younger, I would have been well into my third nervous breakdown about now over Christmas preparations...
'Itch Like Crazy' by Wendy Rose
TUSCON, Ariz. - We have all experienced an itch that can't be scratched...
Who can we 'Trust' to protect American Indian rights?
While the relationship between the U.S...
'Overblown' dispute prompts CNIGA walkout
Sacred places under attack in Native America
Suzan Shown Harjo
It's been a busy fall for federal, state and private exploiters of Native American sacred places...
Chickasaw-owned bank turns fast profit in first year
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - A commercial bank acquired by the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma has turned a profit within a year of starting up...
Replacing TIME Magazine's falsehoods with facts
Ernie Stevens Jr.
On behalf of the 184 Tribes of the National Indian Gaming Association, I would like to express my disgust with your Dec...
McCaleb nixes divided tribe
Turning Stone places bonds; income figured at $152 million
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