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2014 in Arts and Entertainment, Part I
Thing About Skins
NIGC oversight hearing
WASHINGTON - Leaders of the National Indian Gaming Commission and the National Indian Gaming Association testified May 14 before the chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee...
Cobell: 'Sometimes you have to fight'
To be honest, I am not a big fan of George W. Bush's foreign policy, but I fully agree with one point the president repeatedly made in the months before the Iraq war...
Call for resignation of DNR Chief after 'Apartheid' remark
MINNEAPOLIS - The leaders and members of eight Minnesota tribes have called for the resignation of Department of Natural Resources commissioner Gene Merriam...
First Lady's literacy campaign tour stops at Navajo
Sense of history animates world meeting
UNITED NATIONS - High energy, and even a hint of making history, pervaded the opening days of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, convening May 12 for its 10-day second annua...
During "Indigenous Decade" American Indians leverage sovereignty into economic boom
NEW YORK - During the United Nations' "International Decade of the World's Indigenous Peoples" the indigenous people of the United States have leveraged their sovereignty into an u...
Alaska's own Olympic tradition
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Alaska's Olympic history reaches back several thousand years...
Inuit deity: What will you do once you know?
Rachel A Qitsualik
"It is the decree of heaven." - ancient Mongol saying "What will you do once you know?" - Inuit saying Flip through an encyclopaedia of world mythology...
'Honor the Grandmothers' by Sarah Penman
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
This is the time of year I just want to be outside planting things, breathing in the scented air...
St. Regis Mohawks, Pataki reach comprehensive agreement
Stand Off Begins to Protect Sacred Site
LAKE ANDES, S.D. - Alphonse Leroy said he would protect the sacred burial sites of his ancestors with his life...
Canadian snow crab quota leads to arson
SHIPPAGAN, New Brunswick - The Canadian government announced May 2 that it was permanently including First Nations' and "inshore" fishermen in snow crab quotas...
Golf tournament will start endowment for college sports
LUMMI, Wash. - Northwest Indian College Foundation hopes to raise $25,000 in a golf tournament to expand the college's athletic program...
"Working toward an indigenous model" - Ingrid Washinawatok
Editors' note: The following column is adapted from the article, "International Emergence: Twenty Years at the United Nations," by Ingrid Washinawatok, which appeared in the summer...
"An equal right to be" - Deskaheh
Native Currents is a new addition to our editorial page. It will occasionally replace one of our two customary weekly editorials...
California Gambling Chairman Hensley steps down
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California Gambling Control Commission Chairman John Hensley finally stepped down on April 30, nearly four months after he gave his resignation notice...
Title insurance getting off the ground in Indian country
HOUSTON - Title insurance is an obscure but necessary part of the mortgage lending process, and the lack of it in Indian country has hampered efforts to develop a private lending i...
The backlash against California tribal casinos continues
Burnham: Parks without people
Once again, there's trouble in Chiapas...
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