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Virginia tribes' recognition bill passes House.
By Babette Hermann -- Today correspondent
By Bobbie Whitehead -- Today correspondent WASHINGTON - The U.S...
Virginia tribes' recognition bill passes House
WASHINGTON - The U.S. House of Representatives' Natural Resources Committee has given its approval to a bill that would grant six Virginia Indian tribes federal recognition...
U.N. Permanent Forum names North American representative
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK - Tonya Gonnella Frichner, an impassioned advocate for the rights of more than 370 million indigenous peoples in some 70 countries worldwide, has been named the North Amer...
Boston Indian center begins fund-raising campaign with gala event
Gale Courey Toensing
BOSTON - In 2004, the Massachusetts Legislature authorized the Division of Capital Asset Management to enter into a 99-year lease with the North American Indian Center of Boston...
North Dakota Legislature funds tribal colleges
BISMARCK, N.D. - The North Dakota Legislature has agreed to compensate tribal colleges for non-beneficiary students...
Goldman Prize awarded to environmental activists.
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent SAN FRANCISCO - A Shipibo activist who helped create a protected area for Amazonian people living in voluntary isolation and an Ojibway lea...
Cobell accounting trial set for October
WASHINGTON - The new judge in the class action lawsuit over the Individual Indian Money accounts waded into the case publicly April 20, ordering a trial that will begin Oct...
Al Gore continues to share message
CLINTON, N.Y. - Former Vice President Al Gore has traveled all over the world to talk about global warming, an issue that he presents as a nonpolitical topic...
Al Gore continues to share message.
By Sarah Moses -- Today staff
By Sarah Moses -- Today staff CLINTON, N.Y...
Goldman Prize awarded to environmental activists
SAN FRANCISCO - A Shipibo activist who helped create a protected area for Amazonian people living in voluntary isolation and an Ojibway leader who has worked with her community to ...
Akaka Bill gathers strength in committee hearings
WASHINGTON - After the May 3 Senate hearing on the Akaka Bill, even Capitol Hill's sternest critics of President George W...
Deer: Demanding justice
Anti-rape activism in Indian country On April 24, Amnesty International released a report - ''Maze of Injustice'' - documenting the numerous human rights violations associated with...
Belcourt: Preventive medicine for good health
In April, representatives and concerned members from across Indian country in Montana and Wyoming traveled to Billings, Mont., for our 8th annual Tribal Health Conference...
Killsback: Protecting Noavose
Leaders from the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana and the Southern Cheyenne Tribe of Oklahoma met in March to discuss and plan for the protection of Bear Butte, or Noavose...
Christ: Time to end failed war on drugs
The Shinnecock Indian Nation recently was the target of a multi-agency raid in which drugs, weapons and cash resulted in the arrest of 13 people on the eastern Long Island reservat...
English-only Head Start amendment defeated
WASHINGTON - An attempt to outlaw Native languages in Indian Head Start programs by funding only English instruction failed in the Rules Committee of the House of Representatives l...
Sen. Tim Johnson's condition improves
WASHINGTON - Sen...
Green efforts showcased on Earth Day
Tribes lead efforts to utilize alternative energy sources WASHINGTON - American Indians across America celebrated Earth Day April 22 and used the day to showcase tribal efforts tha...
Carbon sequestration takes center stage in the campaign against global warming
WASHINGTON - Between a resurgent Democratic Party in Congress and the remarkable Al Gore, global warming has acquired a new cachet in America that has brought a myriad of doctors t...
Native Children Left Behind
Every parent in Indian country should be aware of President Bush's 2008 budget proposal to cut funding for critical education programs...
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