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Vermont commission seeks clarity on recognition authority
Gale Courey Toensing
Decision would affect the labeling of artists' and artisans' work MONTPELIER, Vt...
South Dakota sued overgaming compact
PIERRE, S.D. - The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe filed a lawsuit in federal court accusing South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds of not negotiating gaming compacts in good faith...
Indigenous Peoples Consultation forum works towards decolonization
PHOENIX - Tribal, national and international leaders met at the Arizona state Capitol on March 8 as part of an Indigenous Peoples Consultation, hosted by the Legislature's Native A...
Rappahannock chief leads through service to people
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - As a tribal leader, Rappahannock Chief Anne Richardson makes decisions based on what her people tell her - a traditional way of leading...
Honoring George W. Brown Jr. LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
News from the Great Plains
Missouri River water could turn to gold POPLAR, Mont...
Missing Red Lake Boys found dead
RED LAKE, Minn. - The bodies of two toddlers who had disappeared from their home more than four months ago were found frozen in lake ice on the Red Lake Reservation...
Huichol Center is a treasure in the Sierra Madre.
By Philip Burnham -- Today correspondent
By Philip Burnham -- Today correspondent HUEJUQUILLA EL ALTO, Mexico - Five hundred years after it started, the Spanish Conquest has finally reached the Huichol...
Griles admits guilt in Abramoff testimony
WASHINGTON - In the fall of 2005, former deputy secretary of the Interior Department J...
Shame pole unveiled on anniversary of Exxon Valdez spill
The Associated Press
By Alex DeMarban -- Anchorage Daily News ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The toughest part about creating a totem pole designed to mock Exxon Mobil Corp...
Budget restorations leave work to be done
WASHINGTON - The Congressional Native American Caucus has advised the House Appropriations subcommittee on Interior of its views on the president's fiscal year 2008 budget proposal...
Great leadership, humanitarianism apparent at NIGA gathering
It was said many times during the Indian Gaming 2007 conference of the National Indian Gaming Association, held March 25 - 28 in Phoenix, that it was the most successful in its his...
Education must prepare Indian students for leadership, citizenship
Over the past several decades, American Indian and First Nation communities have increasingly gained control over the education of their children...
Newcomb: The Cherokee Nation's contradictory stance
The Cherokee Nation has received a great deal of heated criticism for its decision to eject the black freedman from their national rolls...
Thousands dance to save Andean sacred site.
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent CUSCO, Peru - At least 2,000 Quechuan marchers and dancers filled the streets of Cusco on March 5 to protect the Andean sacred site of Q'oy...
Cheyfitz: The case of the Cherokee freedmen
Identity politics in Indian country In his explanation of the vote to exclude Cherokee freedmen from the tribal rolls (''Cherokees vote for Indian blood,'' Vol. 26, Iss...
Fletcher: The U.S. attorney mess and Indian country
Matthew L.M. Fletcher
Lost in the accounts of the eight U.S. attorneys recently dismissed or asked to resign by the Department of Justice is the potential impact on Indian country...
Housing needs are still dire, but hope is growing
WASHINGTON - A March 22 hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on housing issues among tribes offered a stark contrast between a familiar story and a strange new one...
Freedmen descendants struggle to maintain their Cherokee identity
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff A Tlingit 'Mavbeth' WASHINGTON - English is the first oral language in which all Native peoples of North America can speak to each other...
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