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Elders gathering brings laughter, tears
PORT ALBERNI, British Columbia – Elders from throughout British Columbia, Alberta and Washington state gathered in the small Vancouver Island city of Port Alberni in early August f...
Andean congress meets in Cusco
CUSCO, Peru – In a historic effort to unite the Andean peoples, representatives from indigenous organizations in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Guatemala me...
Q’ero preserve tradition at the Western ‘roof of the world’
CHARCAPATA, Peru – Bernardino Quispe, 75, sat in front of his grandson’s stone hut as a biting wind snaked through the Q’ero village of Charcapata, located 17,000 feet above sea le...
The tale of three brothers
I would like to share a story with you on family. Coming from a family of eight, give or take a cousin or two, I learned at an early age that cooperation and patience are a must...
Kwahadi Dancers make a difference in the world
Sheri L. Ziemann
AMARILLO, Texas– Ten-year-old Garrett Love had been a Cub Scout for a year or two when he first saw the Kwahadi Dancers perform...
May I Suggest ... "The White Man's Burden" by William Easterly
Wealthy people rely on free markets and entrepreneurs; poor people rely on bureaucracies and planners...
Ex-president Fire Thunder on the offensive
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European misconceptions leave a costly legacy
European misreadings of American Indians should be a problem for Europeans, not for Indians, but somehow Natives have always been the ones paying the price...
Tribes hit back Lobbyists sued for damages
Perhaps Congress wonít tackle the corruption of pay-as-you-go lobbying on the American political system, but at least a couple of Indian tribes are fighting back, playing hardball ...
Washington in brief
<b>Artman nominated to BIA top post</b> The White House announced Aug...
Rights of way draft report spells trouble
WASHINGTON – A draft report on tribal rights of way, commissioned by Congress from the departments of Energy and the Interior, has been referred to the White House by the departmen...
Interior’s probate reform proceeds
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Probate reform, as proposed by the Department of the Interior, has left as many questions as solutions for tribal leaders...
Cobell legislation hopes fade in committee
WASHINGTON – Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., announced Aug. 2 that the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs will withhold a bill to settle the Cobell v...
Caribbean Journal Curanderos at ‘El Cachote’ "Eloy Rodriguez and the cloud forest"
SIERRA DE BAHORUCO, Dominican Republic – Even here in these ancient mountains that mesmerized and paralyzed the Spanish conquistadors, where the myth of extinction is attached to a...
Beyond left and right: The case for an Indian conservatism
Guest columnist You can’t be so partisan that you alienate yourself from sources of power and support...
‘We are here to ask that others respect our way of life’ Regarding the desecration of Mato Paha, Bear Butte
Alex White Plume
Guest columnist Hau my relatives, friends and allies...
Specialized license plates now available in South Carolina
GREENWOOD, S.C. – After several years of trying, American Indians in South Carolina finally have a way to get state license plates with Native artwork...
Racial tones may affect South Dakota county elections
LAKE ANDES, S.D. – This coming November election in South Dakota will be racially charged, claims an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union...
Oneida Nation hosts PGA Tour’s B.C. Open 'Notah Begay III teaches area youth the basics of golf at one-day clinic'
VERONA, N.Y. – When Notah Begay III started playing golf, many people doubted him...
Karuk: Dance house fire may have been a hate crime
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