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Thing About Skins
United South and Eastern Tribes appoints new executive director
Gale Courey Toensing
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - For years before Mike Cook became executive director of United South and Eastern Tribes, he dreamed about landing this job. Cook, a member of the St...
Kiowa Casino meets NIGC compliance for grand opening
Mary Kim Titla to run for Congress
PHOENIX - Mary Kim Titla, the founder of NativeYouthMagazine.com and a 20-year veteran of NBC Phoenix and Tucson television news, has announced that she is going to run for Congres...
Adversity offers benefits for remote Oregon tribe
BURNS, Ore. - The Burns Paiute Tribe is the smallest tribe in Oregon with a reservation on the edge of Burns that measures just 871 acres...
Vermont recognition authority for Indian artists to be explored
Gale Courey Toensing
New DVD release presents the contested story of Crazy Horse
RAPID CITY, S.D. - Many people today claim to have some blood tie to Crazy Horse, the revered warrior of the Lakota...
News from the Great Plains
Wide health disparities revealed in South Dakota PIERRE, S.D...
Elite tracking unit targets drug smugglers
The Associated Press
By Brady McCombs -- Arizona Daily Star TUCSON, Ariz...
Sexual violence against indigenous women discussed at United Nations.
By Gale Courey Toensing -- Today staff
By Gale Courey Toensing -- Today staff NEW YORK - In Mexico, Ines Fernandez Ortega, a 27-year-old woman, was preparing food in her kitchen when a group of soldiers entered her hous...
Eklutna Class II gaming hopes bring backlash for Alaska Natives
WASHINGTON - A Class II gaming application by the Alaska Native government of Eklutna Village has revived long-standing efforts in the state Legislature to revisit federal recognit...
Arnold Schwarzenegger softens stance on gaming
SAN FRANCISCO - A new television ad campaign launched by one of California's richest gaming tribes in May features Gov...
Sexual violence against indigenous women discussed at United Nations
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK - In Mexico, Ines Fernandez Ortega, a 27-year-old woman, was preparing food in her kitchen when a group of soldiers entered her house and raped her...
Native nations negotiate in La Paz on draft indigenous rights declaration
LA PAZ, Bolivia - Representatives from the Organization of American States and indigenous representatives from throughout the continent met in La Paz April 23 - 27 in the 10th sess...
Washington in brief
Health, Native Hawaiian bills advance in Senate The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs voted four bills out of committee May 10, putting them before the full Senate with a year and...
'Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee' debuts on HBO
Adam Beach finds balance while playing the role of Charles Eastman CANASTOTA, N.Y...
Holy disaster: Pope alienates indigenous peoples
''Arrogant.'' ''Disrespectful.'' ''Poorly advised.'' These harsh words were not aimed at an unpopular president; not this time...
Future looks bright for high school basketball players.
By Chris Stearns -- Today correspondent
By Chris Stearns -- Today correspondent PHOENIX - In one of the biggest developments in the American Indian sports world, the NCAA has finally agreed to drop its opposition to allo...
Recognition and defense of tribal-nation citizenship rights The future of Indian country is in the land...
Barreiro: HBO's 'Wounded Knee' movie makes positive contribution
During the heyday of the American Indian traditionalist movement, around 1977, the telephone rang at the offices of the national Indian newspaper, Akwesasne Notes...
Lyons: College in the crosshairs
Scott Richard Lyons
Part two For some time now, America has enjoyed the world's finest system of higher education...
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