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Cultural Appropriation From Down Under
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An Alternative to State Domination
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Wyatt’s Story: One Family’s Struggle
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EPA: A Dream Realized--Community Reborn
Court Ruling Imminent on Tribal Lands
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Thing About Skins
Shakopee Mdewakanton build a fire department
PRIOR LAKE, Minn. - For most localities near tribal casinos it's enough to have the tribe buy a fire truck or help build a fire facility...
Wade: Corporations are not tribes!
Senator Campbell's S. 522 bill defines Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act corporations as tribes...
War crimes: mistreatment of American POWs could lead to the courtroom
WASHINGTON - The fate of Pfc. Lori Piestewa and the other casualties of the 507th Maintenance Unit will be central issues as the U.S...
Rep. Pallone: Trust reform program must have objective standards
Frank Pallone Jr.
It is widely known that the Department of the Interior has grossly mismanaged tribal lands and has lost track of billions of dollars in mining, logging, and other royalties belongi...
Pine Ridge Chamber of Commerce grows
2003 Rural Economic Development through Tourism Conference
ACOMA, N.M. - The Pueblo of Acoma snagged a major rural tourism conference this year -one that was scheduled to include three workshops specifically on American Indian themes...
Veterans express anxiety and request support
Parties to Cobell lawsuit still far apart
WASHINGTON - Early responses suggest that the class of Individual Indian Monies account holders and the Interior Department remain far apart despite the recent letter from the Sena...
Swimmer confirmed as special trustee on trust funds
WASHINGTON - Ross O...
At the close of war: A history lesson from Little Turtle
In this moment of triumph, the United States should heed the wisdom of Little Turtle...
Guevremont: Reflections on the Iraq War
Now that the Iraq war is drawing to a close, it is perhaps useful to remember why the United States and its allies, holding fast in the face of world public opinion, pacifism and a...
From shame to honor: Piestewa Peak replaces Squaw Peak
With a 5-1 vote, the Arizona State Board on Geographic and Historic Names has made history. Squaw Peak in Phoenix, will be renamed Piestewa Peak in honor of Army Pfc...
Pfc. Piestewa honored
TUBA CITY, Ariz. - It was an especially poignant moment that had hundreds of people drying their eyes near the end of Army Pfc. Lori Piestewa's memorial service April 5...
Piestewa Peak? American Indians campaign to rename landmark
Patti Jo King
PHOENIX - In the wake of Pfc. Lori Piestewa's death, a movement to rename Arizona's "Squaw Peak" in her honor is gathering momentum throughout the American Indian community...
Evolution of sound and creation: Robert Mirabal's newest release
House posts tell story of Samish maiden
ANACORTES, Wash. - Samish tradition tells of a maiden who sacrificed her human form when she married a merman and became a mermaid...
Law & order among ancient Aboriginals
BROCKET, Alberta - While the sharp rap of a gavel contrasts with the soft wafting plume of smoke from burning sweetgrass, these symbols of order are interchangeable for author Reg ...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
All over Indian country the signs are there, the earth is now renewed. The natural world is celebrated in many different ways in many different parts of our country...
Lummi gaming raises money to fight substance abuse
LUMMI NATION, Wash. - On April 9, the Lummi Nation celebrated the first anniversary of its Silver Reef Casino...
Cherokee members honored
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