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WASHINGTON - A shadow tracked the footsteps of leaders of the United South and Eastern Tribes during their annual Washington lobbying week recently...
Monkey Business brings traditional stories to life
SAN CRIST?BAL, Mexico - Under the bright lights of an outdoor basketball court in the rugged Sierra Madre of southern Mexico, a poor campesino and his wife gesture in silence...
Wings of America: Teams soar at Cross Country Championships
HOUSTON - The Wings of America all-Indian junior men's and women's teams captured first and third places respectively at the USA Winter National Cross Country Championships held in...
Dance of the Two Moons event to benefit Native youth
TULSA, Okla. - On April 5, the Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa will host its 13th annual Dance of the Two Moons, at the Tulsa Southern Hills Marriott Hotel...
How to build a community: The journey begins for the Winnebago Reservation
WINNEBAGO, Neb. - To tour the present village of Winnebago on the Winnebago Reservation in Nebraska is to see a community in decline...
Impact Aid funding cuts
SAN JUAN ISLAND, Wash. - Two congressmen have introduced a bill to preserve education funding for school districts near reservations and military bases. Reps...
South Dakota schools lose due to cuts in Impact Aid
WASHINGTON - President Bush's fiscal year 2004 budget has drastically cut Impact Aid that many schools in the state require...
Focus on philanthropy: Indian country needs more support
NEW YORK- American Indians are starting to see a bigger piece of this country's multi-billion dollar foundation pie...
College fund suffers little from economic downturn
DENVER - The American Indian College Fund continues to gather donations at a brisk pace. Down only a few percentage points, it still maintains its goal...
Tribal Philanthropy: Oneida Nation's giving grows
Courtesy of Eagle Newspapers
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y...
First Nations Development Institute channels money into Indian country
Lannan Foundation enables land reacquisition
SANTA FE, N.M. - It's quite unusual for a foundation to grant money for land acquisition...
Pequot Nation flooded with charity requests
Potential landmark decision awaits Bishop Paiute Tribe
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - What began as an investigation into alleged welfare fraud has turned into a potential landmark case that could have profound impacts on tribal sovereignty...
Excerpts from United States v. White Mountain Apache Tribe
Justice Souter delivered the opinion of the Court: The question in this case arises under the Indian Tucker Act: does the Court of Federal Claims have jurisdiction over the White M...
Excerpts from United States v. Navajo Nation
Justice Ginsburg delivered the opinion of the Court: ?...
Cobell and Echohawk: Cobell case is a just and proper cause
Last week, Indian Country Today published the letter of five tribal chairmen criticizing our efforts to seek redress for the Department of Interior's historic and continuing misman...
Finding meaning in the decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings in two cases on March 4, one in favor of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and one against the Navajo Nation...
High court's Navajo coal ruling
WASHINGTON - Chalk up another reason for tribes to assume all possible control over their own resources...
Supreme Court deals a win and a lesson
The trust obligation of the federal government toward American Indian tribes was substantially upheld in a couple of Indian cases decided recently by the U.S. Supreme Court...
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