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Canadian Aboriginal presence growing strong
Some people say we are too positive on American Indian potentials. We actually believe that all times are treacherous, and the present is no different...
Harmony in the Klamath Basin
Roger E Meiners
The following excerpts come from the new policy paper "Restoring Harmony in the Klamath Basin" issued by PERC, the Center for Free Market Environmentalism, based in Bozeman, Mont...
On the Celebrity Trail: Media Matters at Sundance Film Festival
SUNDANCE VILLAGE, Utah - Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the snow-capped Utah mountains and welcomed by the artistry of the Greyhawk Native American Drum Group, more than ...
White Mountain Apache open door to commercial logging
Gail K Pechuli
CIBECUE, Ariz. - The vast stretch of land in northeast Arizona is blackened and quiet. No birds or animals roam these areas which once were living forest...
Is the pen mightier than big money?
Charmaine White Face
Last March, Indian Country Today published an editorial I wrote entitled, "Do we have a responsibility for our relatives?" In it I described the Grasslands of the upper Midwest, th...
Indigenous Latino and the consciousness of the Native Americas
Borders between Indian peoples - as psychological as language and as legalistic as those of national frontiers - are coming down...
Canyon Records founder Ray Boley passes on
PHOENIX - Ray Boley, 87, founder of Canyon Records, a record label specializing in the production and distribution of American Indian music, died recently at his home in Phoenix...
Businessman, leader and dancer - the many faces of Jonathan Windy Boy
GREAT FALLS, Mont...
White Mountain Apache tribe uses BAER to restore charred land
Gail K Pechuli
Nebraska tribes hope for legal gaming at home
LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska lawmakers have hedged for years on approving Class III gaming for the state's four American Indian tribes but this year could be different...
CNN's Tucker Carlson jumps on the Indian-bashing bandwagon
Second-generation television pundit Tucker Carlson has jumped on the Indian-bashing bandwagon that has been slowly circulating through his ideological neighborhood...
Republicans' Indian policy should focus on urgent needs and long-term results
The current policy on Native Americans can be summarized within the context of Cobell v...
Montana Gov. Judy Martz and Crow clash
HELENA, Mont. - Rifts between tribal legislators and state Republican leaders, including Gov...
In South Dakota: a new governor, a new era
PIERRE, S.D. - "Let's start out by just by visiting and learning," newly inaugurated Republican Gov...
Equality March protests worldwide hate group
SPIRIT Magazine hits stands in Canada
TORONTO - SPIRIT Magazine, a new current affairs, arts and culture magazine for Canadian Aboriginals, is now on newsstands across Canada...
Wildfire disaster shakes Apache's economy
Gail K Pechuli
Child Welfare Conference coming up
BISMARCK, N.D. - The second annual North Dakota Indian Child Welfare Act Conference will be held Jan. 28 - 30 in Bismarck, N.D...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
The other day I was feeling "under the weather." I had a cold or flu or something and my mother would have said "I feel punk." Where do those sayings come from?...
Sundance Festival premieres global slate of Native films
PARK CITY, Utah - The Sundance Film Festival may owe its name more to a Western outlaw comedy than to the sacred Plains Indian ritual, but the celebration of independent films foun...
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