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Native, Woman-Owned Firm Wins Award
11-Year-Old Navajo Girl Found Dead
‘Paying to Pray’ in Northern California?
‘Off the Reservation’ — Teachable Moment
Miss Indian World 2016: Danielle Finn
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Facing Banishment And Disenrollment
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Mass Genocide Through ‘Permanent Peace'
Reconciliation, & Crown-Sovereign Claim
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European Bison Return to Wild
Shoni Schimmel Coming to New York City
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Files IHS Lawsuit
$380 Million More to Benefit Farmers
Pe’ Sla Brings SD Governor to Rosebud
Alexie Gives Disenrollment The Bird
Nat'l Tourism Week in Indian Country
Thing About Skins
Former Coyote Valley officials are victims of federal double standard
The recent news reports regarding the federal indictment of the former tribal leaders from the Coyote Valley Reservation in Northern California are at worst alarming and at best sa...
Oklahoma Indian candidates prepare for November elections
ANADARKO, Okla. – Candidates from the local levels to the highest offices of Congress are making their preparations for the November mid-term elections...
Bruce Whalen is a candidate for the U.S. House from South Dakota. Oglala candidate hopes to promote harmony
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – If Bruce Whalen is elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November he will be only the second American Indian to serve from South Dakota...
Kauffman wins Washington state Senate primary
SEATTLE – Claudia Kauffman is an American Indian woman who is making politicians across Washington state take notice. On Sept...
Manoomin, seed sovereignty and genetics
It is the “wild rice making” moon again. This past week, I took my l5-year-old son out ricing on the Ottertail River...
Military Commissions Act raises painful memories
Ghosts of Sioux warriors surround the controversy on the Military Commissions Act, 38 of them to be precise. They offer a warning that should not be ignored. On June 29, the U.S...
Delay on rights of way report may signal danger
WASHINGTON – A final report on tribal energy rights of way will be delayed until after its scheduled date for submission to Congress of Sept. 29...
Members of the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Youth Council attended the debate between candidates Bill Sali and Larry Grant. Coeur d’Alenes co-host political debate
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – The Coeur d’Alene Tribe and North Idaho College co-hosted a debate between Republican Bill Sali and Democrat Larry Grant, candidates for Idaho’s District I s...
Another lame duck session looms on the Hill
Analysis WASHINGTON – Congress runs on a two-year cycle...
Newcomb: Papal statement suggests Crusades were ‘contrary to God’s nature’
There he was, on the front page of the San Diego-Union Tribune: Pope Benedict XVI waving to a huge crowd in Regensburg, Germany...
Indigenous peoples promote traditional health practices for world’s well-being
There is a direct correlation between health conditions and socio-economic inequities...
Harjo: ‘N-word,’ ‘R-word,’ Redmen and more macaca
Suzan Shown Harjo
Galanda: Don’t turn a blind eye to theft in Indian country 'Indian money claims unsafe after Cayuga case'
Tribes and their members should be alarmed that their pre-1966 money claims to property may vaporize due to the mere passage of time...
The Holy Father and our European problem
Pope Benedict XVI has joined the ranks of mild-mannered scholars who find themselves in the middle of ferocious controversy for what they thought was an academic remark...
Venezuela offers cheap heating oil
NEW YORK – An unprecedented gift of warmth is destined for North American reservations this winter, where tribal governments have been offered drastically discounted heating oil by...
Self-governance testimony asserts further lawlessness at Interior
WASHINGTON – A week after an independent inspector general told a subcommittee of Congress “anything goes” with the Interior Department’s management culture as long as it’s not tec...
Scholarly conference highlights federal recognition, sovereignty
Gale Courey Toensing
PORTLAND, Maine – Federal recognition and tribal sovereignty moved into the academic arena as featured topics at the annual New England American Studies Association Conference this...
No Child Left Behind Act placed on the back burner
WASHINGTON – As the No Child Left Behind education policy of President Bush heads toward its last authorized year in 2007, reauthorization efforts have moved to the back burner at ...
Native languages bill moves closer to House vote
WASHINGTON – A bill that would provide Department of Education funding for Native language immersion schools passed the House of Representatives late Sept. 27...
Chavez draws the peoples’ support
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – While America’s politicians denounced Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez for calling President Bush “the devil” and criticizing U.S...
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