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Wayne Taylor Jr.
I have on occasion been both amused and disheartened at how non-Native people regard American Indians when it comes to environmental matters...
On challenging wrongful ideas
We, as indigenous peoples, have a sacred and solemn responsibility to continually challenge the dominant society...
OAS goes another round on indigenous rights negotiations
WASHINGTON - For the great many among us who prefer events to processes, John F. Maisto counsels patience. "Negotiation is difficult," said the U.S...
National Urban Indian Family Coalition Summit highlights
PHOENIX - During the summit, coalition member Katherine Gottlieb, Alaska Native and president of the Southcentral Foundation in Anchorage, was congratulated for winning the Genius ...
Montana lawmakers struggle with gaming compacts bill
HELENA, Mont. - Montana tribal leaders are scrambling to revive a legislative bill that would codify procedures for negotiating tribal gaming compacts...
Armstrong Wiggins is an organizer, not a lawyer. But he does know that justice has a price. And sometimes going to jail is a part of it...
Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
Land loss, racism and beyond PORTLAND, Ore...
Land into trust impediments; South Dakota tribes mired in land use misinformation
RAPID CITY, S.D...
IRS investigating tax-exempt bonds at Cabazon
Doubts loom over Mohawk tax talks
ALBANY, N.Y. - As the St. Regis Mohawk tribal council negotiates a sales tax deal with New York state Gov...
Colorado Regents probe Churchill's record
Coeur d'Alene casino urges New York to restore horse racing OTB signals
WORLEY, IDAHO - The Coeur d'Alene tribal casino is offering to bring in neutral third-party auditors to review its off-track betting operation in a bid to win back New York horse r...
Army tribes to decide on Hudson's Bay-era cemetery
VANCOUVER, Wash. - On the north banks of the Columbia River in this modern day town opposite Portland, Ore...
ACLU files another suit in South Dakota
LAKE ANDES, S.D...
Washington in brief
MCCAIN PLEDGES TO KEEP COMMITTEE NON-PARTISAN Conducting the first public meeting of his return engagement as Senate Committee on Indian Affairs chairman, Sen...
Virginia to revise history curriculum
RICHMOND, Va. - What Virginia students learn about American Indians could include how the state committed "documentary genocide" against Indians here. Gov...
Terms of the Mohawk land claims settlement
HOGANSBURG, N.Y. - Several last-minute changes to the Mohawk land claims settlement helped make it more favorable to the Akwesasne community, said St...
Redeeming the national namescape
Not so long ago in these pages, I suggested that if aspiring right-wing totalitarians have really got to honor the late President Ronald Reagan by naming every conceivable square i...
Northwest Indian country newsmakers
CRAZY BULL NAMED PRESIDENT OF CONSORTIUM LUMMI, Wash...
NIGC probe uncovered trail to major racetrack scandal
NEW YORK - When two Brooklyn gamblers showed up at the 300-seat Tonkawa bingo hall in north-central Oklahoma in the fall of 2000, they weren't there to daub bingo cards...
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