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New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
Osage Policy Honors Service Men & Women
It’s Official: The Kitty Litter Did It
10 Ways Youth Can Learn Their Culture
Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
Second Native American Eatery Opens
Mascot Bill Sponsor Gets More Hate Mail
Halbritter Speaks at Columbia University
50 Most Inspiring DearNativeYouth Tweets
George Monbiot on Soil Degradation
18-Year-Old Director Visits White House
Exploring the Next 10,000 Years
$5 Million Nutrition Campaign Launches
Casino Follies; GOP Ponders Cruz Control
Instant Horse Racing Bill Passes
Dja Dja Wurrung Wants Ancestral Art Back
Jenkins: Where’s The Outcry?
Navajo Leaders Disrespect Voting Rights
Blumenthal Flip Flops on Federal Rec
Thing About Skins
Historical Society to Focus on Rosebud
PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Historical Society annual meeting on May 21 and 22 will focus on the history of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe...
Navajo Win Another Court Round
WASHINGTON - The Navajo Nation won another round in its comeback effort to outflank Peabody Coal in a high-stakes lawsuit against the energy giant...
'Tribal Sovereignty is Not for Sale'
Like a canary in a mine, an article which appeared March 29, on the front page of The New York Times signals ominous developments for Indian country...
Lara and the Persistence of Tribal Sovereignty
Conquest always leaves residuals. There is no such thing as complete genocide; always there are unaccounted debts. As long as one Indian lives, title to the land is not settled...
Interfering Politicians Keep Nipmuc Waiting
Justice Clarence Thomas and U.S. v. Lara
"Federal Indian policy is, to say the least, schizophrenic...
Washington in Brief
PROGRESS SLOW BUT SURE AFTER THIRD MEETING ON INDIGENOUS RIGHTS DECLARATION WASHINGTON - A working group of the Organization of American States met April 28 - 30 in Washington to n...
Reflecting on U.S. Moral Values
Recently published photos of Iraqis being abused, by an undetermined number of American GI's, has created an international furor. A U.S...
Tribe Accused of Mistreatment of Bison
NEW TOWN, N.D. - The Three Affiliated Tribes are embroiled in a controversy over the alleged discovery of dead and malnourished bison on their ranges...
U.S. v. Lara Revisits Major Contradictions in U.S. Indian Law
John C. Mohawk
It is practically a mantra in the United States, heard over and over: "Our court system, while not perfect, is the envy of the world." To suggest anything other than concurrence is...
Economic Summit Promotes Development
FORT YATES, N.D. - Economic development can mean jobs, money or both, but tribes were told they need to decide which they will seek as they strive for economic independence...
A Digest of First Nations News from Canada
Robert J. Taylor
METIS LAWYER APPOINTED TO BENCH OTTAWA - Todd Duchame has become the first Metis lawyer appointed as judge in Canada...
Violinist Hits a High Note
Arizona school partners with symphony SCOTTSDALE, Ariz...
Crow Creek Schools Closer to Shutdown
PIERRE, S.D. - The Crow Creek school system was given another scare that at first glance appeared to be the final blow that would close the schools...
Medical Scholarship Program Seeks Applicants from Indian Country
GENEVA, N.Y. - With collegiate education becoming ever more expensive, students everywhere can always use a financial boost...
Estate Planning for Northwest Tribes
MOSCOW, Idaho - The University of Idaho College of Law was recently awarded a grant of $653,020 from the Indian Land Tenure Foundation of Little Canada, Minn...
College Horizons Prepares Graduate School Students
W. James Honaberger
ALBURQUERQUE, N.M. - Native American students applying to graduate school encounter a web of information and a maze of process...
Daring Decision Pays Richly for Seneca Nation Casinos
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y...
Wyandotte Nation Refused Injunction against Kansas
KANSAS CITY, Kan...
Akaka Bill Revisions Draw Hawaiian Ire
PART ONE WASHINGTON - After a year and a half of delicate maneuvers designed to navigate the Akaka Bill through the 108th Congress with a minimum of stormy weather, its sponsors tu...
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