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Phillip Burnham
12/15/04
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?...
Stephanie Woodard
12/15/04
OTTAWA, Ontario - On Nov...
Jerry Reynolds
12/15/04
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 ...
Steven Newcomb
12/15/04
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...
Jean Johnson
12/8/04
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...
Editors Report
12/8/04
CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. - Students and staff at St. Joseph's Indian School observed Red Ribbon Week Oct. 23 - 30...
Jerry Reynolds
12/8/04
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...
Jerry Reynolds
12/8/04
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...
James May
12/8/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For nearly 35 years the Sacramento Urban Indian Health Project, Inc...
Phillip Burnham
12/8/04
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...
Ron Seldon
12/8/04
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Robert Young, an urban Irishman, was an unlikely candidate for challenging the status quo on Indian reservations, but times have changed...
Mark LeBeau
12/8/04
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...
James May
12/8/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The decline of American Indian languages over the past century has been precipitous and many are now faced with extinction...
Jerry Reynolds
12/8/04
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...
Dale Carson
12/8/04
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...
John Mohawk
12/8/04
It has been known for some time that there is a world wide adult-onset diabetes epidemic...
Jim Adams
12/8/04
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...
Tom Wanamaker
12/8/04
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...
David Melmer
12/8/04
WASHINGTON - Leona White Hat, Lakota, will be the only American Indian to sit on the board of the Corporation for National and Community Service...
Jean Johnson
12/8/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Samish people know what it's like to be homeless...

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