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Native Footballers Take the Field
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Toward the Liberation of Our Nations
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Chickasaw Nation General Election
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Liberating Indigenous from Tradition
How Indians Left the Confederate Flag
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ATCR and Buffy Sainte-Marie Dance Track
Manning: Life, liberty, and Healing
Thing About Skins
Special Olympics Summer Season Begins
Seneca Nation thunders back in Western New York; An interview with Cyrus Schindler; PART THREE
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y...
Publisher Settles Lawsuit with Peltier
Peltier Accepts Settlement over Aquash Murder
WORCESTER, MASS. - Paul DeMain, publisher and managing editor of News From Indian Country, doesn't make retractions easily...
On the Ability of Words to Empower and Disempower
By virtue of our existence in this hemisphere for thousands of years prior to its invasion by Christian Europeans, we as indigenous nations and peoples have a vested and inherent r...
Have you been monitoring your garden? In times past, scaffolds were erected to hold a "watcher of the garden." It looks like an elevated tent with sunshade...
National Trade Group Targets Indian Mortgages
SALT LAKE CITY -- The National Association of Mortgage Brokers is urging its members to make mortgages on American Indian trust land...
Montana Panel Adopts New Grave Site Rules
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Series is a Tragedy of its own Making
Scott Richard Lyons
Every so often, well-intentioned non-Indians set out to write the definitive chronicle of the "plight" of American Indians, the point being to shock other non-Indians out of compla...
Let the Games Begin; NLRB asserts Jurisdiction in San Manuel Case
Is 'new standard' an omen of expanded federal control?...
Kootenai Tribe Helping Sturgeon Population
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho -- The Kootenai Tribe of Idaho has a long history interwoven with white sturgeon of the Kootenai River...
Inter-Tribal Games Provide Fitness, Culture and Fun
PUYALLUP, Wash. -- He's part coach, mentor, friend and counselor...
Indians of South Dakota, Let's Talk about Advantage
Relatives: You have the national political base of the state of South Dakota within your grasp...
Indian Voices Heard at the Polls
Reservation voters raise concerns RAPID CITY, S.D...
Calif. Mascot Bill Passes Senate Education Committee
Bucktrot: Role model for Determination and Hard Work
READING, Pa. -- When his friends and relatives approach the ceremonial mound on June 17 in Okmulgee, Okla...
Jean Kirsten Johnson
Giving back to the salmon PORTLAND, Ore...
Vote on Western Shoshone Distribution Bill is 'Day to Day'
WASHINGTON - Congress poised itself to strike down an icon of modern Indian resistance to state power during the last week of May, but stayed its hand after an outpouring of suppor...
Utility Easement Training Available
Tribal Chairman profile; MAURICE LYONS
Born in Riverside County as one of nine children, Maurice Lyons grew up on the Morongo Indian Reservation. "Life on the reservation prior to gaming was a hard life," said Lyons...
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