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Letters to the Editor
In a recent article by Babette Herrmann entitled ''The Great Immigration Debate,'' several times she referred to those that are against illegal immigration as ''anti-immigration.''...
Inspired by ICT
Letters to the Editor
I was inspired by the article ''Housing council calls for House committee'' [Vol. 26, Iss...
December court decisions question sovereign immunity
WASHINGTON - Two unrelated court decisions in late December have raised concerns among attorneys in Indian country that tribal sovereign immunity from lawsuits is under siege...
Confusion rules over federal budgeting process
Analysis WASHINGTON - The virtue of conventional continuing resolutions on the federal budget is their elegant simplicity: federal programs all know what they get in the way of set...
John was known as Johnny Mohawk when I first met him at Akwesasne in the fall of 1972...
A constellation of memories
As the sorrowful reality of John Sotsisowah Mohawk’s untimely passing unfolds in our ongoing daily lives, our tears wash ashore the multitude of anecdotes, narratives, opportunitie...
John C. Mohawk
John C. Mohawk, Ph.D., of Buffalo and the Seneca’s Cattaraugus Territory, died Dec. 10, 2006, in his home in Buffalo. He was 61...
Loss for confederacy
[John Mohawk] educated Native people about who we are and why we’re still here. He’s a great loss to us...
2006 Mantle of Shame Awards
SUZAN SHOWN HARJO
It’s time to review the year for the shameful and shameless, with a warning: there aren’t a lot of yuks this year...
Remember the important things
This particular holiday season has us reflecting on the gifts of Creation, and resolving to carry the messages of Indian country forth with renewed passion...
The great immigration debate 'Activists from southern California and New Mexico opine on proposed reforms'
Immigration reform repeatedly made national headlines this year when massive amounts of pro-immigration supporters took to the streets in vehement opposition of House of Representa...
Machiguenga face culture change from gas activities
Part two QUILLABAMBA, Peru – In the Machiguenga village of Shivankoreni, a six-hour boat ride into the southern Peruvian jungle, community members gathered in front of a giant tele...
Let the Games Begin - National Indian Gaming Commission woes highlight 2006
Indian gaming continued to grow as an economic engine in 2006, strengthening tribal governments and fueling fiscal growth in adjacent off-reservation areas...
Legislative review Miracles in the 109th Congress
WASHINGTON – The tale of Native-specific legislation in the now-concluded 109th Congress is a tale of two miracles: the miracle of what did happen and the miracle of what did not h...
Language revitalization efforts bloomed in 2006
While Native communities across Indian country have faced an increasing loss of language for many decades, 2006 has been a turnaround year...
Domestic violence continues to be a problem for Native communities
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Change is status quo for Great Plains elections
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Cecelia Fire Thunder A year of confusion draws to an end for former Oglala Sioux leader
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Assessing the Supreme Court
WASHINGTON – A U.S...
Anti-mascot movement made headway in 2006
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The decades-old effort to abolish the use of sports logos considered racist, offensive and damaging by American Indians advanced significantly in 2006, despite opposit...
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