ALL ARTICLES

SUZAN SHOWN HARJO
12/27/06
It’s time to review the year for the shameful and shameless, with a warning: there aren’t a lot of yuks this year...
Editors Report
12/27/06
This particular holiday season has us reflecting on the gifts of Creation, and resolving to carry the messages of Indian country forth with renewed passion...
Babette Herrmann
12/27/06
Immigration reform repeatedly made national headlines this year when massive amounts of pro-immigration supporters took to the streets in vehement opposition of House of Representa...
Lisa Garrigues
12/27/06
Part two QUILLABAMBA, Peru – In the Machiguenga village of Shivankoreni, a six-hour boat ride into the southern Peruvian jungle, community members gathered in front of a giant tele...
Tom Wanamaker
12/27/06
Indian gaming continued to grow as an economic engine in 2006, strengthening tribal governments and fueling fiscal growth in adjacent off-reservation areas...
Jerry Reynolds
12/27/06
WASHINGTON – The tale of Native-specific legislation in the now-concluded 109th Congress is a tale of two miracles: the miracle of what did happen and the miracle of what did not h...
Shannon Burns
12/27/06
While Native communities across Indian country have faced an increasing loss of language for many decades, 2006 has been a turnaround year...
David Melmer
12/27/06
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Jerry Reynolds
12/27/06
WASHINGTON – A U.S...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/27/06
WASHINGTON – The decades-old effort to abolish the use of sports logos considered racist, offensive and damaging by American Indians advanced significantly in 2006, despite opposit...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/27/06
NEW YORK – The recent Native American Film and Video Festival confirmed it: There is a spectacular growth under way in the number of Native filmmakers and the quality of their prod...
Staff reports
12/27/06
DALLAS – “Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy,” the award-winning film by Rich-Heape Films of Dallas, was recently named Best Documentary Feature at the 31st Annual American Indian Fil...
Leo Killsback
12/27/06
TUCSON, Ariz...
Ken Edwards
12/27/06
<i>Winter’s cold makes you remember how good it feels to be warm, the smell of cakes and cookies to be eaten with family and friends, and the bright cheer of trees decorated ...
Gale Courey Toensing
12/27/06
NEW YORK – Long, lean and fluid as a wave, Lucie Idlout drifted into the mezzanine of New York’s Public Theater on a muggy day in late fall wearing a sleeveless T-shirt that read “...
Tara W. Pretends Eagle
12/27/06
PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – Joseph FireCrow is from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana. He spent his childhood growing up on the reservation and in Salmon, Idaho...
Dale Carson
12/27/06
You know that song about “Havin’ Too Much Fun”? Well, how can you have too much good food? You can have too much food, but not too much good-tasting food...
Tara W. Pretends Eagle
12/27/06
PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – No one is more surprised about where his music has taken him in just two years than the Cree high school teacher from the Goodfish Lake First Nation in Alberta...

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