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How Sacred Objects Heal, Part II
Cherokee Elders Tell Halloween Tales, 3
The Sun as Jack-o-Lantern, From NASA
Truth About Origins Will Free Us All
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Four Native American Ghost Stories
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The Coast Salish Nation: "We Will Heal'
The Perils of Halloween Appropriation
GOP Fearmongering; Obama Dog
Video: Non-Offensive Costume Tips
Kansas City Chiefs QB On Native Heritage
Day of the Dead's Indigenous Origins
Test of Policy (Not Character)
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Controversial Jackson Musical Canceled
Save Our Children, Save Ourselves
Judge Denies Lawyers in ABQ Murders
Oneida Indian Nation to Honor Veterans
Thing About Skins
Supreme Court Justice Scalia as spokesman in the culture wars
Something is under siege in the United States today, and it is not only the Catholic Church...
Oneida Nation plans resort expansion
VERONA, N.Y. ? The Oneida Indian Nation of New York has announced plans to add a pair of hotels and a 5,000-seat events center to its Turning Stone Casino complex...
Oneida Indian Nation official acquitted
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. (Staff reports) ? A member of the Oneida Nation's Men's Council was acquitted on Aug. 8 in tribal court of harassment and assault charges...
Catholic Church's next step toward respect
The same week that Pope John Paul II traveled the Americas to canonize an Indian saint and to beatify others, an unnamed Navajo medicine man, working from oral tradition, correctly...
Largest voter lawsuit filed against South Dakota
RAPID CITY, S.D. ?...
Pequots unify; State dreads casino
LANTERN HILL RESERVATION, Conn. ?...
Exclusive Interview: Pequot leaders plan for united future
Joint interview with Marcia Flowers, chairwoman Eastern Pequots and James Cunha, chairman Paucatuck Eastern Pequots, at annual Eastern Pequot pow wow, Lantern Hill Reservation on J...
"Spirit Rain" by Bill Miller
NASHVILLE, Tenn. ? Singer/songwriter Bill Miller's latest album "Spirit Rain" was released nationally on July 9 by Paras Recordings of Burbank, Calif...
Adversity and diversity: The NMAI donation of Dr. James Odom Jr.
HARRISBURG, Pa. ? The family story of Dr. James Odom Jr., an individual donor to the National Museum of the American Indian, reads like an epic historic novel...
Proposed blood quantum rule requires scrutiny
Frank Pallone Jr.
For more than a decade, the BIA has attempted to terminate federal services to American Indians and Alaska Natives who do not have blood from a federally recognized tribe, despite ...
Fujimori's genocide frames Peruvian politics
Peru, the most populous Indian nation in South America, now under Quechua president Alejandro Toledo, just admitted that it forcefully sterilized over 200,000 Indian women between ...
Mohegans release quarterly numbers
UNCASVILLE, Conn. ? The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority has posted a 29.8 percent increase in gross revenue over the previous year's corresponding period...
Gego anjitooken manoomin, "Don't change the rice"
It is Manoomini-giizis, the wild rice moon. Out on the lakes and rivers, the rice is moving toward the surface, ready to greet the Anishinaabeg once again...
"Christmas in the Clouds"
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. ? There is a movie waiting to hit the Cineplexes all over the country, but it lacks funding for marketing and distribution...
Fort Defiance finally opens its new hospital
FORT DEFIANCE, Ariz. ?...
Leadership dispute moves forward
WEWOKA, Okla. ? The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma moved forward in federal court on a two-year struggle over who is in charge and who are its members this week. U.S...
NASA sets November launch for Commander Herrington
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. ? NASA managers are planning an early November launch for astronaut John Herrington, Indian Country Today has learned...
U.S. violates Shoshone human rights
Leonard Peltier: man, soldier and symbol
Some Native observers have lately jumped on the federal bandwagon to demean the condition of Leonard Peltier, the American Indian Movement (AIM) activist imprisoned for double life...
Native warrior heroes didn't end with the Indian wars
Jack Montgomery died last month. Who was Jack Montgomery? Just one of the greatest Native American warrior heroes of the twentieth century...
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