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AIANTA PresentEnough Good People Awards
Peter Pan Live! Picks its Tiger Lily
NWIFC's Loomis, Salmon and Treaty Rights
California Native American Day Friday
IHS Offers Student Opportunities
Military Legacy Honored with Mem. Bricks
Seattle Poised to Replace Columbus Day
Tagaq Wins Polaris Prize, Trashes PETA
Mr. Smith Kills Chief Wahoo
World Conference on Indigenous Peoples
Cherokee Student Leading Oklahoma FFA
Mexica Dancers Share Ancient Traditions
Artist Painted Herself out of a Corner
Comedy Central’s South Park Mocks Snyder
Is Global Warming the Reason to Vote?
Mike Tyson Featured in Turning Stone Ad
People's Climate March Draws 400,000
The Hoop of Learning
Equality Between Nations and States
#Redskinsnomore Breaks New Ground
Thing About Skins
Hopi Tribe opposes lease extension on water thirsty Black Mesa Mine
PHOENIX ? An ongoing dispute between the Hopi Tribe and St. Louis-based Peabody Energy Corp...
Cherokee Nation targets earned income tax credit
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sent ME a check? Sure last year's rebate was nice, but I thought that was a once-in-a-lifetime event...
Stars turn out for annual FAITA awards
It was ten years ago in the back of a Los Angeles diner, Bob's Big Boy, that the First Americans in the Arts (FAITA) founding members, Bob Hicks and Dawn Jackson, conceived of the ...
School to Work meeting briefs students on racism
BILLINGS, Mont. ?...
Canyon Records celebrates 50 years
PHOENIX - Canyon Records celebrated its 50th anniversary in style on Feb. 1...
The new violence can be checked
Several recent cases of extreme violence on the Navajo Reservation, which have propelled an anti-violence response in that Nation, represent a growing trend that is by no means uni...
Navajo flutist in opening ceremonies
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah ? Jakey Skye is the young flutist who represented the Navajo people in the opening Ceremonies of the Winter Olympics 2002...
President's new budget offers little for tribal programs
WASHINGTON ? President Bush's new $2 trillion budget provides additional billions for war but no great increase for Indian Country...
Indian Gaming is Different
There is a dangerous trend in the media, namely, stories that compare Indian gaming with other forms of gambling...
Weekend retreat leaves differences on trust reform
Cree vote yes on Quebec deal
NEMASKA, Quebec ?...
Preserving the integrity of Indian corn
In southern Mexico, the place where corn was born, this original gift of Indian America is now in danger of extinction...
EPA signs clean-up compact with Colville Tribes
OMAK, Wash ? The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation have partnered with the U.S...
Seminole lawyer gone into hiding
Florida police report that a Seminole lawyer who was shot several times last month has been released from hospital and gone into hiding...
Randy Redroad takes Indie route to success with 'The Doe Boy'
VANCOUVER, B.C. ?...
American Indian Millennium Series
Mitakuyepi (My relatives), Chante Wasteya Nape Ciyuzapelo (I hold your hands with a good heart): Seven generations ago our forefathers and foremothers made many decisions and many ...
Nuclear power rears its dangerous head
Nuclear power is back with a vengeance...
Sports tournaments bring double overtime to Si Tanka campus town economy
HURON, S.D. ?...
Botched New Mexico murder case draws eye of U. S. Civil Rights Commission
FARMINGTON, N.M. ? Prompted by a murder mystery and a campaign by distraught relatives of the apparent victim, the U.S...
BPA contract delays endanger NW fisheries
PORTLAND, Ore. ? The Bonneville Power Authority owes more than $10 million to Columbia Basin treaty tribes for contracted fish restoration work, tribal officials say...
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