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Plans for CRYP's RedCan Graffiti Jam
Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
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Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
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We Must Overcome Hardships
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Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
Native Americans and Eye Disease
Thing About Skins
A simple but seductive word lies at the heart of Indian law. Sovereignty means the inherent power to self-govern. But the devil is in the fine print: Govern whom? How much?...
Canada responds to charges of human rights violations
OTTAWA, Ontario - On Nov...
Call for equity for indigenous women
WASHINGTON - Racial and gender inequalities afflict women generally in the United States and Native women more than others, according to the Washington-based Institute for Women's ...
American Indian nations wrongfully defined by non-Indian concepts
In "Indians & Other Americans: Two Ways of Life Meet" (1959, 1970), D'Arcy McNickle said that "the settlement of the United States took place by compelling the Indians to accep...
Suicide claims student in land of the midnight sun
PORTLAND, Ore. - Suicide claimed another young soul in October when a young Alaska Native man studying at the University of Alaska at Anchorage took his own life...
Students celebrate Red Ribbon Week
CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. - Students and staff at St. Joseph's Indian School observed Red Ribbon Week Oct. 23 - 30...
Strategizing 'a national economy for Indian country'; PART FOUR
WASHINGTON - In this fourth part in a series drawn from a presentation at the National Indian Business Association Annual Conference and Trade Show in September, Chuck Johnson of J...
St. Regis agrees to settlement
ST. REGIS MOHAWK RESERVATION, N.Y. - By a 2 - 1 margin the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe voted to accept the terms of a land claims settlement with the state of New York. In a Nov...
Sacramento clinic closes
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For nearly 35 years the Sacramento Urban Indian Health Project, Inc...
Restoring a tradition
In the winter of 1831, Alexis de Tocqueville watched as a boat full of Choctaws floated across the ice-filled Mississippi on their way to exile in the West...
Rebuilding Indian country - The Red Feather way
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Robert Young, an urban Irishman, was an unlikely candidate for challenging the status quo on Indian reservations, but times have changed...
Protecting the sacred Medicine Lake Highlands
President George Bush issued an executive memorandum in September 2004 requiring all federal agencies to respect tribal sovereignty, self-determination and the government-to-govern...
Products may help counter language decline
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The decline of American Indian languages over the past century has been precipitous and many are now faced with extinction...
NIGC gets tough on tardy casino audits
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Commission has threatened fines and enforcement actions against tribes that are late turning in annual financial audits and internal standar...
The three sisters; corn, beans and squash. Everyone remembers the corn and the squash so the poor, lowly bean needs a little attention now and again...
Nabhan book is highly recommended
It has been known for some time that there is a world wide adult-onset diabetes epidemic...
Mac expert flourishes
OHSWEKEN, Six Nations of the Grand River - Wray Anderson tells a host of stories from his years on the West Coast, like the time he shared a bed with Jane Fonda and her husband; bu...
Let the games begin; Catskill casinos: Two out of three?
Oklahoma tribe's deal results in a lesser deal for a NY tribe After months of public inactivity, the great New York state casino follies have all of a sudden gained renewed momentu...
Lakota woman to serve on national board
WASHINGTON - Leona White Hat, Lakota, will be the only American Indian to sit on the board of the Corporation for National and Community Service...
Homeless no more - Samish land restored
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Samish people know what it's like to be homeless...
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