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Thing About Skins
May I Suggest ... 'The North American Indian: the Complete Portfolios'
NEW YORK - Edward S...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
No one knows how long the Native American has been harvesting zogalinebi, sweet water, maple sap, from maple trees...
Florida State University's dubious tribute
Tallahassee, Fla. - On January 30 Florida State University dedicated a new bronze sculpture on their campus. The work, "Integration," by sculptor W...
Resourceful business defies sagging economy
Rez Dog Clothing Company - an Oklahoma-based firm that sells men's, women's and kids' clothes at pow wows across the nation - has gone from strength to strength this year, defying ...
Construction progresses on Spokane offices
WELLPINIT, Wash. - The Spokane Tribe will soon be moving into a new administrative center...
Educators say Montana program funding inadequate
Old fort is gone, but ancient Indians remain
FORT PIERCE, Fla. - The ancient fort this central Florida city is named for burned down more than a century ago...
Native student participates in NASA recovery mission
Reynese Ridley, a student involved in the testing for Shoshone-Bannock's space experiment, has the extremely rare position of working on an experiment which flew on Columbia's last...
South Dakota racial profiling bill defeated
I can't believe it, we are almost done with February. February!...
Let the games begin: Judge calls St. Regis Mohawk government into question
With his ever-insightful grasp of the obvious, former N.Y...
Indian law practitioners stress importance of land into trust
MOSCOW, Idaho - The University of Idaho College of Law hosted a two-day conference concerning Indian law on Feb. 5 - 6...
Native Currents: Beginning with a story, the language of our dreams
Midwifery and women's knowledge remind us of the power of birth and reproduction...
Disenfranchised tribal members stage protest
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A group of nearly 50 protesters demonstrated outside the California state capitol to bring attention to the increasing problem of tribal disenrollments...
Commission adds complaints to national energy bill
WASHINGTON - If the national energy legislation wasn't facing complaints enough, it found more to contend with when the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission came to Washingt...
Pequot lobbying brings UN children's conference to southern Connecticut
Campbell: Economic development in Indian country, the long view
Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
Federal Indian law and policy has changed gears so many times Indian people have "policy whiplash." It has been 33 years since President Richard Nixon issued his "Special Message t...
Mohawk: Why no follow-up attacks by al-Qaeda?
Twenty nine months have passed since the horrific events of 9/11 when airplanes crashed in to the twin towers of the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field en r...
2004 Ruminations: Considering a vice president
Although such contemplation may appear premature, particularly following a strong showing by Sen...
Indian housing loses block grant money, lending authority
WASHINGTON - American Indian housing not only will lose $7 million in block grants under the Bush Administration's proposed fiscal 2005 budget, but more than $200 million in lendin...
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