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Jim Adams
9/18/03
UNCASVILLE, Conn...
Kenneth J Kindya, Ph.D.
9/18/03
BANGOR, Maine - For hundreds of years American Indians have suffered genocide, relocation, and cultural disenfranchisement...
Wilhelm Murg
9/18/03
FORT RENO, Okla...
Philip Burnham
9/18/03
What Patsy West found when rummaging through her great-grandfather's attic over 30 years ago was as good as buried treasure...
Geneva Horse Chief
9/18/03
SANTA FE, N.M...
Kari Ingersoll
9/16/03
WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush announced Sept...
Mark Fogarty
9/16/03
SAN FRANCISCO - Having obtained $5 million in funding in May, Indigenous Global Development Corp...
Wilhelm Murg
9/16/03
ATLANTA, Ga. - Amnesty International USA will hold Congressional-type hearings around the country this fall on racial profiling. The hearings are set for Chicago on Sept...
Dan Smoke-Asayenes
9/16/03
BLENHEIM, Ontario - Chief Larry Johnson of the Caldwell First Nation in central southwestern Ontario said his Band's Council will appeal results of the Aug...
James May
9/15/03
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - After months of negotiations the second and third tribal/ state compacts to allocate money to the state of California General Fund have been signed...
David Melmer
9/15/03
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. - The Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation has the most human cases of West Nile Virus than any other reservation in the South Dakota and in the country...
Jerry Reynolds
9/15/03
WASHINGTON - Growth rates and capitalization ratios indicate that Native-owned commercial banks are doing well for themselves, according to a North American Native Bankers Associat...
Ryan Slattery
9/15/03
LAS VEGAS - The fight for Yucca Mountain is heating up...
Steven Newcomb
9/15/03
Harry Reid is one of the nation's wealthiest and most powerful senators...
Tom Wanamaker
9/15/03
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Commission has appointed Gary Pechota, a South Dakota native and member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, as its new Chief of Staff...
Tom Wanamaker
9/15/03
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - After hearing oral arguments from the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma and the Town of Aurelius at a Sept. 8 preliminary injunction hearing here, U.S...
Editors Report
9/15/03
The worst of all the news of bad health effects of chemicals and even nukes is the lies that have been told...
John Mohawk
9/15/03
Although great advances have been made in international law standards designed to uphold the rights of indigenous peoples around the world, there is a depressingly long list of thi...
Jerry Reynolds
9/12/03
WASHINGTON - Tribal casinos won't deal from the bottom of the deck to favor Indian business contractors, according to National Indian Gaming Association President Ernie Stevens Jr...
Tom Wanamaker
9/12/03
SALAMANCA, N.Y. - Members of the Seneca Nation of Indians, in a non-binding referendum held Sept...

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