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Vancouver Native Festival Draws 30,000
Is It Chowder, or Chowdah?
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Too Many Hearings, Too Little Funding
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Hall Notes Coincidence of Citizenship Act, Herseth House Win
WASHINGTON - The election of Democrat Stephanie Herseth as the sole Congressperson from South Dakota with a margin provided by Native voters took place 80 years to the day after Co...
Earth Day Brings LaDuke to Wisconsin Northwoods
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
An Interview with Vine Deloria Jr.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - If one were to think just because noted American Indian social critic Vine Deloria Jr. recently became a septuagenarian his views might have mellowed...
AMERIND Provides Assistance
Tribal Family Emergency Fund VALLEY CENTER, Calif. - AMERIND distributed thousands of dollars in aid on April 24 on both the Rincon and San Pasqual Indian reservations...
America's Credibility and the Torture Scandal
John C. Mohawk Ph.D.
The lessons of Vietnam seem lost in the story of the second Iraq war...
Washington in Brief
SELF-GOVERNANCE BILL GETS A NO-SHOW FROM DHHS WASHINGTON - The Department of Health and Human Services Tribal Self-Governance Amendments Act of 2003 came before the Senate Indian A...
Tribes Recognized at Gonzaga Law School
The Buffalo News: Dissin' the Senecas with a Colorful New Same Old Same Old
Michael I. Niman Ph.D.
It's no secret that when you buy a can of Coca Cola, the can costs far more than the tainted water it holds...
SWAIA Announces 2004 Lifetime Achievement Award Winners
The SWAIA Lifetime Achievement Award was established in 1995 to recognize artists whose body of work reflects a lifetime of integrity and excellence-artists who have made significa...
Seneca Nation Thunders Back in Western New York: PART ONE
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. - There's a new thunder in Niagara Falls these days...
Seneca Nation in Positive Mode, Despite Hack Attack
The Buffalo News, a rich monopoly of a newspaper, recently launched a cynical and trouble-baiting series ("Special Report: The Seneca Nation") lambasting the Seneca Nation of India...
Sen. Johnson Concerned for Tribes
Tribal success tied to national politics WASHINGTON - Democratic Senator Tim Johnson, D-S.D., has a memory of what Indian country did for his political career in 2002...
'Restless Native ... Coming Home'; Inside the World of David Bradley
MINNEAPOLIS - "Restless Native .....
Renewable Energy - American Indian Style
FORT YATES, N.D. - More than 300 participants, the most ever, attended the sixth annual Great Plains Regional/Tribal Economic Development Summit held recently...
Picayune Rancheria Wins Latest Round of Tillie Hardwick Litigation
Northern Cree - Still Rezonatin'
Interview with Steve Wood SADDLE LAKE, Alberta - The Northern Cree Singers are one of the most popular and honored pow wow drum groups on the continent...
Nipmucs Preserve History
SUTTON, Mass. - The Nipmuc Nation is pushing ahead with plans to restore historic sites, even as it awaits its long-deferred deadline for federal recognition...
New services Ready to Roll as Seneca Funds Pick Up
SALAMANCA, N.Y. - By mid-June, Seneca Nation members will start to apply for tribally funded home mortgages...
It is the Moon of Nokkahigas to the Abenaki, the Grubbing Hoe Moon of the Eastern Abenaki, the Penobscot, the Salmon Moon to the Tsimshian of the Northwest...
National Indian Gaming Commission Respects Tribal Sovereignty
I am writing in response to an editorial printed in Indian Country Today on May 19 (Vol...
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