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Fire burns 1,200 acres at Morongo Reservation Tribal firefighters worked with county, California forestry department to bring fire under control
BANNING, Calif. – Morongo Band of Mission Indians Tribal Chairman Robert Martin and Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley announced on Oct...
Financial development movement comes of age
WASHINGTON – The most impressive thing about the Native Community Development Financial Institutions convening in Washington wasn’t the turnout of 100-plus people, the awards cerem...
Earned Income Tax Credit promoted as part of ‘enabling environment’
WASHINGTON – The Earned Income Tax Credit is a federal benefit program for families whose earned income falls below set thresholds – in 2006, $32,001 for a married couple with one ...
Midterm elections: Will voters stay the course?
I f, by the time our most far-flung print subscribers read this, the Republicans have kept control of the House of Representatives, a political miracle will have occurred...
Keller George, beloved USET president, steps down
I t is not often that we have the opportunity to witness truly outstanding leadership...
Council promotes declaration of rights to the United Nations
HELENA, Mont. – During a meeting on Oct...
Cobell says lawsuit will proceed
WASHINGTON – Plaintiffs in the long-running lawsuit over the Individual Indian Money trust have rejected proposals from the presidential administration to consolidate the fractiona...
We must unite to sustain Mother Earth
Chief Arvol Looking Horse
Mitakuye (my relative), I, Chief Arvol Looking Horse, of the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota Nation, ask you to understand an indigenous perspective on what has happened in America, what...
Newcomb: On the North American Indian tradition of liberty
In his 1782 “note on Virginia,” Thomas Jefferson pointed out that American Indians in the East had traditionally divided themselves into relatively small societies...
Kearns: The struggle and persistence of Evo Morales on Indigenous Resistance Day
This day is a day of liberation of our peoples,” said Bolivian President Evo Morales on Oct. 12, the Day of Indigenous Resistance, in the Heroes Square of La Paz, Bolivia...
Harjo: Political animals gone wild on election eve
Suzan Shown Harjo
It’s breathtakingly close to Election Day, when a minority of American voters will decide who controls Congress...
‘Where Our Ancestors Once Tread’ Valbina Miguel Toribio talks about filming the Yanesha
LA PAZ, Bolivia – Valbina Miguel Toribio was a long way from her village in the Peruvian Amazon as she gazed out the bus window at the bright but chilly altiplano landscape of Boli...
Operation Indian Country Bombs over the Badlands
Part four Editors’ note: During the World War II era, the federal government condemned and leased hundreds of thousands of Indian acres for military use, much of it never returned ...
La Paz hosts continental indigenous encounter
LA PAZ, Bolivia – Amid rising social tensions and media criticism of Evo Morales’ government, more than 1,000 representatives of indigenous nations throughout the Americas met in L...
White buffalo calf 'Chance' to heed prophecy
Just when things had settled down at the famed Heider farm after the 1994 birth of a white buffalo calf named ìMiracle,î this phenomenon has taken a startling new turn...
Northern Cheyenne to vote on resource extraction
LAME DEER, Mont. ñ Voters on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation will decide on Nov...
Men work to lessen violent behaviors
KYLE, S.D. ñ Men who live by and with violence engage in a sometimes lifelong struggle with the demons that trigger their behavior...
Honoring Women: Dorothy Firecloud
DEVILS TOWER, Wyo. ñ Dorothy Firecloud is the first American Indian woman to become the superintendent at the nationís first-ever national monument, Devils Tower...
Will Indian country vote?
Tulalip representative brings voice to Olympia
TULALIP, Wash. – John McCoy is a unique voice of influence in Olympia, the capital of Washington state: He is the only Washington Native in the state Legislature...
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