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The Week That Was
Video: Strawberry Queen Talks Frugality
NMAI Profile: Robert J. Welch Jr.
Marijuana Is Not Harmless
Miss Indian World to End Reign
NMAI Profile: Robert James Super
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
It’s Time for Asparagus
Fawn Sharp Re-Elected Quinault President
A Conversation at a Washington Game
'Marlon Brando,' Hip Hop by Gyasi Ross
NB3 Foundation Gifts $80,000
10 MORE Signs You May Be Native
Corgi Orgy; North Pole Walk
4 Ways to Show Support for Mauna Kea
Harjo to be Honored With Homecoming
The Fight to Stop Seismic Slaughter
Jude Schimmel Not Drafted
Blending Modern and Traditional Medicine
‘Can-Do’ Attitude Raises Hopes
Thing About Skins
Nathaniel Arcand: The next action star
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - At the age of five Nathaniel Arcand said he wanted to be an action star like his idol Bruce Lee...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Change of seasons always brings celebrations of one sort or another to Indian country. As we move now from fall into bleakest winter we have Winter Solstice to celebrate...
McDonald's minority scholarship program omits American Indians
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - This past summer Ahtna Atathabaskan tribal member John Smelcer decided to stop at the local McDonald's for a burger and came out thinking that he found a good s...
Oklahoma takeovers continue
OKLAHOMA CITY - Amid physical confrontations and court proceedings the tribal headquarters of two Oklahoma Indian communities remain occupied by opposing factions...
Campaign 2004: California hubbub
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Every four years we are subjected to a ritual undertaking by the political establishment...
Prairie restoration turns into American Indian business enterprise
Let the games begin: Oneidas cry foul
As 2003 comes to a close, New York state continues to tighten its fiscal squeeze on resident tribes...
Freedom and personal happiness paramount in world of dangers
Rachel A Qitsualik
The great sea Has set me adrift, It moves me as a weed in a great river, Earth (Nuna) and the Great Weather (Sila) Move me, Have carried me away And move my inward parts with joy...
LNI tourney ends in a flurry
RAPID CITY, S.D...
The Alaska-Hawaii Connection
Anne Keala Kelly
(Editors note: This special report was first published in the Fall 2003 edition of Native Americas, the journal of hemispheric indigenous issues published by First Nations Developm...
American Indian Community House seeks funds to grow
NEW YORK - Serving the largest urban Indian population in the nation, the American Indian Community House is raising funds to move to a new building that it hopes to own eventually...
First Americans are last in line for lawsuit against USDA
WASHINGTON - In the latest turn of events in a lawsuit against the U.S...
NASA embraces tribal colleges
NASA announced a program to encourage more technically-oriented education at tribal colleges...
Arizona State Department aids housing
PHOENIX - The Arizona Department of Housing has recently funded American Indian housing in the state to the tune of $2 million...
Climbing banned at sacred Washoe site
LAKE TAHOE, Nev. - Recreational climbing at Cave Rock is about to be banned. Or is it? The final decision on the new rules rests in the hands of a federal judge...
Peruvian proposes partnerships of indigenous peoples
HAMILTON, Ontario - More than 40 years later, the memory of his mother's traditional Indian dress maliciously ruined is still vivid...
Mohawk: The Fundamental President
[Editors' Note: This commentary first appeared in the Spring 2003 edition of Native Americas Journal (Volume 20, Number 1), the independent policy quarterly of hemispheric indigeno...
U.S. v. Lara: two questions
WASHINGTON - The questions that will come before the Supreme Court Jan. 21 in U.S. v...
Campaign against Cobell, BIA reorganization decried
WASHINGTON - At a Dec...
Qitsualik: The old man and the ice
Rachel A Qitsualik
Glorious it is to see ... the caribou ... beginning their wandering to the north. Glorious it is to see the great herds ... spreading out over the plains of white...
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