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Land advocates oppose new legislation
WASHINGTON - American Indian land advocates are decrying as seriously flawed a new measure on Indian land reform recently introduced by Sens...
Prairie Island Tribe passes referendum, Xcel Energy Waste Bill becomes law
RED WING, Minn. - On May 29, Minnesota Gov...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
C-7 update OTTAWA - The flaws of the First Nations Governance Act became apparent on June 3 when more than 100 amendments were introduced to the controversial update of the 126-yea...
Flowering Tree substance abuse program closes
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and American Indians attend historic forum
WASHINGTON - In 1966, a young Athabascan Native rights advocate named Emil Notti wrote a letter to the editor of a small Alaskan newspaper calling for increased cohesion among Nati...
News from the Pacific Northwest: Northwest Indian country at a glance
Squaxin Island Tribe building 100,000-square-foot hotel SHELTON, Wash...
Cherokee Principal Chief Chad Smith's vision statement
My vision for the future of the Cherokee Nation is that we will achieve and maintain an enriching cultural identity, economic self-reliance and a strong government...
Harjo: Scalp lock on Internet auction block and a burial ground headed that way
Suzan Shown Harjo
"Do you know that an Indian scalp lock is being auctioned on eBay?" An alert friend was surfing the Internet's largest auction site and came across Item #2526689515 , "Human Scalp ...
$8.2 million in broadband grants for Indian communities
WASHINGTON - More than 40 percent of broadband technology grants just announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture have gone to American Indian and Native Alaska communities...
Western Cherokees support Smith in re-election bid
Patti Jo King
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Chadwick "Corntassel" Smith, has been re-elected for a second term...
Doubts on Iraq war: reason or pretext?
Shame be to the leader who gets his people into the wrong war; or who takes his country to war for the wrong reasons; or who lies to his fellow citizens to achieve unstated objecti...
BIA reorganization opposed
Newcomb: An open letter to Congressman Jim Gibbons
Dear Congressman Gibbons, this past February you introduced H.R...
NIGC, Meskwaki enter into mediation
MESKWAKI SETTLEMENT, Iowa - The two groups vying for control of the Sac and Fox of the Mississippi in Iowa (Meskwaki) tribal government are meeting with officials from the National...
"Let the Games Begin:" Mohegans launch major pro sports venture
Hold on sports fans, the "Connecticut Sun" has hit the hardwood. The what?...
'Moccasin Flats:' Canadian network picks up new series
REGINA, Saskatchewan - As the major American networks announce their usual suspects of sitcoms and reality shows for their fall schedules, north of the border, Canada's Aboriginal ...
New Hillerman mysteries filming in New Mexico
JEMEZ MTS., N.M...
Native Women in the Arts 10th anniversary
TORONTO - A venerable lady of the Native Canadian artistic world took a bow on May 28 to celebrate her 10th birthday...
First Peoples' Festival designed to educate and entertain
MONTREAL, Quebec - The summer season will officially kick off with four days of peace, sharing and understanding under the newly opened maple leaves of our northern neighbor...
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