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Sepulveda ñ ëfather of racismí ñ continues to haunt Supreme Court doctrine
Juan Gines de Sepulveda, the ìFather of Modern Racismî and apologist for Spanish wars against Natives of ìthe Indies,î requires more than one editorial, or book...
Fate of the bumblebee: "More important than the president"
While humans pontificate grandly about ecological realities and drop bombs on each other without mercy, some of the little beings of nature are going away, perhaps increasingly tak...
Pension measure surprises tribes
WASHINGTON – Three lines in the more than 900-page Pension Protection Act that President George W. Bush is expected to sign into law as early as Aug...
'Philanthropy' -- Giving is a tradition with the Dakota
Editors’ note: This is the first of several articles that will focus on the philanthropy of tribes that are in a position to make serious contributions to Indian country for the be...
Energy rights of way draft report up for public comment
WASHINGTON – A worrisomely awaited draft report to Congress on energy rights of way across tribal lands will be the subject of public meetings held through the end of August in key...
Story pole tells how Seattle’s first settlers were welcomed
SEATTLE (AP) – For more than 60 years, a Native totem pole stood in West Seattle, just south of Duwamish Head...
New Internet radio station gives voice to musicians
TONTO BASIN, Ariz. – Native Christians around the country have a new place to turn to for sharing their musical talents...
Isn’t it funny how fickle the general public is about diets and foods?...
'Tower photo courtesy Meeker County; logo courtesy Native Voice One' Just a click away from home
NV1 takes over as major distributor of Native radio programs ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The voice of Native America has become a lot stronger with the July 1 launch of Native Voice One...
Artwork is the only constant in Cherokee man’s life
PARAGOULD, Ark. (AP) – Don’t try to guess what David Wayaneetah’s next move will be. He couldn’t even tell you himself. Wayaneetah, Cherokee, has done a little bit of everything...
‘Te Ata’ opens to an enthusiastic crowd
CHICKASHA, Okla. – “Ho! I have said it!” is how Te Ata closed her stories after each performance...
HIV/AIDS: Hoping in the face of hopelessness
Guest columnist I remember sitting in the lobby of the Maricopa County Health Clinic on a scorching summer day in Phoenix, Ariz...
Mad Mel, careening toward 2012
Suzan Shown Harjo
Out of the fullness of the heart, the mouth speaks.” So reads a passage in the I Ch’ing...
Nez Perce honor ancestors at Big Hole Battlefield memorial
BIG HOLE NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD, Mont...
Fish kill likely intentional
Protesters take message to Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
STURGIS, S.D. ñ The Gathering of Nations to Defend Bear Butte camp at Bear Butte Mountain took the message directly to the bikers at the 66th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally...
Kempthorne turns biker during rally
STURGIS, S.D. ñ Secretary of the Interior Department Dirk Kempthorne saw some of the forests that are managed by his department from a back of a motorcycle...
Election fraud alleged in Red Lake runoff
RED LAKE, Minn...
Aristotle and the justification for ënaturalí slavery
Indigenous rights fare better, weíve been saying in recent editorials, in the medieval philosophic tradition of Aristotle and St...
Senator Schumer could be more fair to Indians
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., could be a lot more fair to the Indian side of the central New York equation...
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