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WATCH: 1491s Release 'NSFW-ish' Video
Badger-Two Medicine Saved From Solonex
Tribal Justice on Trial
Quilt Walk for Justice Calls Attention
Wampanoag Thanksgiving Harvest Menu
“Drill them to Hell” Billboard to Change
NIGA, Rodeo Unite for Suicide Prevention
Sad News: PBS's Robin Poor Bear Walks On
Tribes: Don't DeList Gray Wolf
Racism in the Heart of America
Treaty of Canandaigua Rededicated
The Anti-Indian Wars Continue
Indigenous Actions Helped Defeat KXL
End-Run on Native Rights
Congress Unconstitutional w/Sov. Grab
Turning Over a Few New Leaves for Fall
30 Years of National Indian Gaming Assoc
Traditional Arts Make a Comeback at TCUs
How to Steal a Nation—Twice
Thing About Skins
Environmental codes frustrate landless tribes
The architecture of a sustainable American Indian economy
Everyone knows what the important economic question is. And that question applies to all tribes, because we - all our tribes - have experienced more or less the same history...
Living the legacy of Cesar Chavez
Roberto Rodriguez and Patrisia Gonzales
Like most campesinos, Cesar Chavez was the color of the earth...
Pechanga donates to local schools
TEMECULA, Calif. - The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians has donated $350,000 to seven high schools near the tribe's reservation in southern California...
Tutelo language revitalized
Navajo dictionary at UNM
GALLUP, N.M. - The late Alyse Neundorf, a University of New Mexico - Gallup associate professor of Navajo who died in January 2004, wanted to preserve her heritage and language...
Education funding's double standard
Ira Hayes High School graduation marks a grim anniversary
Rick St. Germaine
Summer program designed to inspire careers in the arts
PORTLAND, Ore. - Summer camp never looked so good...
Abused students fight back
SIOUX FALLS, S.D...
Flawed data, media fuel gaming 'crisis'
Red Lake students celebrate graduation
RED LAKE, Minn. (AP) - There were plenty of tears in Red Lake May 28, but for once, they were tears of joy...
U.N. indigenous focus presents opportunity
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, now an annual event held every May in New York City, is an excellent focal point for a spring educational season or "teach-...
NAACP supports federal recognition in Conn.
Gale Courey Toensing
Land to trust 'hysteria' threatens to backfire
WASHINGTON - As debate over land into trust reached a high pitch in two congressional hearings, some federal officials and tribal leaders expressed puzzlement over what one called ...
Zealotry: A growing danger to American freedom
When the spiritual love of Jesus turns into "the dogma of Christ politicus," it is a dangerous moment for America...
Coeur d'Alenes acquire WSU's Camp Larson
WORLEY, Idaho - "We washed our babies in the morning in this water...
The age of extinctions is upon us
Newspaper articles were upbeat and almost optimistic in reporting that a rare bird, the ivory-billed woodpecker, thought extinct and unseen since 1944, had been spotted in Arkansas...
The Red Path has turned green for some
Sadly, some wealthy gaming tribes have turned a blind eye to the needs of their Indian neighbors and Indian service organizations...
Catawba Service Unit hopes to expand clinical care
CATAWBA INDIAN RESERVATION, S.C...
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