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NMAI Profile: Paulette Jordan
Domestic Violence Epiphany: ENOUGH
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Winter Solstice: The Return of the Light
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Native Settlement Saved
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Letter: OutKast offends with stereotypical performance at Grammy Awards
Hello, I was watching last night's Grammy Awards show and the last performance of the night was by I think OutKast and as I watched it I was reminded of the bogus Hollywood product...
Third California ballot gaming initiative proposed
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The initiatives just keep coming...
Let the games Begin: Victims of success?
While Indian gaming has been a financial boon to some tribes, it has created monstrous headaches for others...
Positive progress for housing development
CHICAGO - A new secondary source of funds for mortgages here has bought its first American Indian loans...
Plan to boost Navajo economy
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz...
Congress passes tardy '04 budget
WASHINGTON - After a last Democratic holdout, the Senate on Jan. 22 joined the House of Representatives in passing the federal budget for fiscal year 2004. President George W...
Hale joins Arizona Senate
PHOENIX - Navajo attorney Albert Hale was sworn in and immediately began serving his first term as Senator for District 2 on Jan...
From Chris Eyre, 'Edge of America'
RAPID CITY, S.D. - There is proof positive that thousands of extras, bloody battles, sex, fiery scenes and exploding objects do not always make your emotions rise to the surface...
Language study as art: The Cherokee National Youth Choir
From Hollywood: I'm every woman - Talking to Michelle Rae
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - In the year 2003 Michelle Rae's Web site had the most hits for an American Indian woman (200,000)...
Music from the warrior spirit: Interview with Tommy Wildcat
Eyre shines at Sundance
RAPID CITY, S.D. - Chris Eyre may be the premier director of American Indian films, but as an independent filmmaker he does not stand out as one of the country's top filmmakers...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Since our woodstove has been on for days I started to think about the benefits of having one, aside from the obvious. You can put your boots and gloves nearby to dry...
Southwest struggles to preserve petroglyph sites
LAS VEGAS - Bob Forsyth's jeep bounces along a winding 4 x 4 road on the far west side of Las Vegas. He steers through an opening in a chain link fence...
California strategies: ballots and negotiations
In all negotiation, arriving at the fairness of middle ground is optimal...
Campaign journal: Kerry leads the Democratic field
The will to win is a strong wind at any candidate's back. Massachusetts Senator John F...
Campaign 2004: Clark takes Oklahoma
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Retired Gen. Wesley Clark said Feb...
Campaign 2004: Last minute Navajo visit helped Kerry campaign
TUBA CITY, Ariz. - It's not exactly like the Democratic presidential candidates have been making a beeline toward Indian country in the early primaries...
Mascot vote passes California Assembly
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For backers of a bill to ban mascots with American Indian themes, the third time proved to be a charm...
Kent: Rationalizing Randy Scott's death
Rationalizing, it is said, is the reduction of ideals to the level of one's conduct. It's also what occurred on Jan...
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