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50 Faces of Indian Country, Part I
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CNAY's GEN-I Map to Connect Native Youth
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Washington in brief
AKAKA BILL TO GET ITS CHANCE IN NEXT CONGRESS The Hawaii senatorial delegation reached a compromise Oct...
Vernon and Columbus: Improving the dialogue on genocidal truth
We can see how Vernon Bellecourt, the quintessential AIM activist, can rub Italian Americans the wrong way with his anti-Columbus antics...
Tribal leaders meet with Congressional delegation
CUSTER, S.D.- Sioux tribal leaders and South Dakota's congressional delegation met behind closed doors to discuss the tough issues facing Indian country and the result was termed a...
Surviving off the land
Fish camp living continues JOHNSONS CROSSING, Yukon - With the sun beating down, relief was provided by a cool headwind...
Schools picked for food program
SEATTLE - The Intertribal Council of Arizona and the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota are included in the first phase of an expanded school nutritio...
Revitalization fever infects Bush administration
When you suffer from revitalization fever, you have a number of very serious symptoms...
Presidential debates refresh political process
Despite the tirades of television pundits, the presidential campaign has in its final weeks offered excellent views of the major arguments that tear America in half...
NCAI announces plans for D.C. headquarters
LAS VEGAS - Now that the National Museum of the American Indian has opened in Washington D.C., ambitious plans are being unveiled to build a permanent headquarters for the National...
This was a good year for butternut and other winter squash, at least in my area of the country...
Native American Day - A learning experience
CRAZY HORSE, S.D. - Don Montileaux, artist, told a large mixed-race crowd that American Indians don't need a holiday to celebrate who they are, "we celebrate every day...
Momaday calls Lewis and Clark Expedition a great epic odyssey
PORTLAND, Ore. - Stage presence is what N. Scott Momaday has...
Leaders cheer victories in California
LAS VEGAS - Supporters of Proposition 68, a California ballot initiative to end the state's Indian tribes' monopoly on slot machines and force tribes to pay 25 percent of their ear...
Late Senate bonding bill responds to jailhouse needs
WASHINGTON - On the heels of a devastating critique of criminal detention facilities in Indian country, Sen...
Kildee claims bill amendment 'breaks promise'
Indian housing - Not always shelter
WASHINGTON - Much of the current housing in Indian country cannot shelter its inhabitants from illness and social dysfunction...
ILCA amendment caps long reform effort
WASHINGTON - The House of Representatives passed the American Indian Probate Reform Act in the early morning hours of Oct...
Haskell students to pay higher fees
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Haskell Indian Nations University students have been told by the Haskell Board of Regents that they will be paying higher fees to attend the university...
Gaming expo sets records
LAS VEGAS - They brought in celebrities, rolled out hundreds of penny slots, unveiled a giant Wheel of Fortune machine and even dished out free food samples, wine and beer...
Fight not over for Northeast recognitions
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - Two New England tribes should hear by Oct. 23 at the latest whether they will keep their federal recognition fights alive for another round...
Congress breaks with Indian bills still pending
WASHINGTON - The House of Representatives adjourned on Oct. 9 with the Senate following suit Oct. 12...
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