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Chickasaw Softball Coach Waits 27 Years
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From Carlisle to Hollywood: A Conference
Native Women in NM Political Arena
Support Warrior's Right to Walk Red Road
BIA Head Kevin Washburn Speaks to ICTMN
Juliette Lewis' Memorial for Misty Upham
Horse Lovers Share a Vision
EPA Gives $10.4 Million to CA, NV Tribes
American Indian Motion Picture Awards
1964 Centennial Indian Princesses Gather
Thompson Brother Sign With Nike
Eastern Cherokee Band Bans Fracking
Hector Vazquez Top Chef for Twin Arrows
Inside Abramoff's Dirty-Tricks Playbook
Reading a Map to Cure Historical Amnesia
Cultural Tourism to Be Introduced at AFN
Slow Suicide, Slower Healing
Naked Faux Savages in Berlin
Mixing Up Something New With Cranberries
Thing About Skins
Connecticut Sun shines through the clouds
Native mental health: Issues and challenges
Kenneth J Kindya, Ph.D.
BANGOR, Maine - For hundreds of years American Indians have suffered genocide, relocation, and cultural disenfranchisement...
Thanksgiving Spirit Run for emotional cleansing
FORT RENO, Okla...
In the public eye: Native tourism in South Florida
What Patsy West found when rummaging through her great-grandfather's attic over 30 years ago was as good as buried treasure...
Santa Fe Indian Market: The business of art
Geneva Horse Chief
SANTA FE, N.M...
Anderson nominated for BIA head position
WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush announced Sept...
Ambitious Native firm tackles big projects
SAN FRANCISCO - Having obtained $5 million in funding in May, Indigenous Global Development Corp...
Amnesty International to hold racial profiling hearings
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...
Caldwell Nation appeals vote
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...
Two more tribes come to terms with Davis
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...
West Nile Virus cases continue to grow
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...
Native-owned banks exceed industry averages
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...
At Yucca Mountain, united against nuclear waste dump
LAS VEGAS - The fight for Yucca Mountain is heating up...
Newcomb: Senator Reid and the Western Shoshone Indians
Harry Reid is one of the nation's wealthiest and most powerful senators...
Pechota named Chief of Staff at NIGC
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...
Federal judge to decide on Seneca-Cayuga bingo hall 'promptly'
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...
U.S. myopia on nuclear materials needs attention
The worst of all the news of bad health effects of chemicals and even nukes is the lies that have been told...
Mohawk: Despite advances, threats to indigenous peoples abound
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...
NIBA in Washington: Quality is the first preference at tribal casinos
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...
Seneca Nation voters approve reservation casino
SALAMANCA, N.Y. - Members of the Seneca Nation of Indians, in a non-binding referendum held Sept...
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