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The Week That Was: November 29, 2015
3 Frustrations When Helping Students
Be a Big Brother or Big Sister
Roughed-Up Akwesasne Man Walks On
Little Lending in Any SD Counties
Tulsa Law Program Not Just for Attorneys
USDA Seeds Econ Development in N. Mexico
Video: If Natives Said What Whites Say
Police Sacrifice Dignity and Doughnuts
Oneida Nation Opens Bank Branch
8 MORE Points of Wisdom From Dr. Coyote
Indian Country’s Barack Obama?
What’s Your American Indian IQ?
Raul Trujillo: NatGeo Saints & Strangers
Int'l Crises: Our Past, Their Present
Indigenous Climate Experts Take Paris
DOJ Asks SCOTUS To Rule Case
Being Considered 'as Nothing'
Awesome Worldwide Rock Your Mocs Pics
Thing About Skins
Supreme Court v. elliptical logic
On the one hand, there is a case to be made that elliptical logic - a style of formal discussion that relies on omitting stubbornly contrary factors - isn't really logic at all bec...
Honoring the man who was pope
Pope John Paul II, who passed away April 2, was a man of peace who gave of himself with boundless energy and engaged the politics of the world with decision and consistency...
Identity, part deux
Suzan Shown Harjo
In l'affair Churchill, many non-Native people are amazed that there are non-Native people who take on the identity of a Native person...
Putting Indian realities in context for the media
The task of breaking American Indian stereotypes, dispelling myths and putting tribal issues into context falls on the media, the public's primary source of information...
Man who taped ceremony ordered to turn over recordings
Estate planning discussed at University of Idaho
MOSCOW, Idaho - The University of Idaho Law School developed a program a year ago to improve and increase estate planning on Indian reservations through a grant from the Indian Lan...
WASHINGTON - The Department of Housing and Urban Development may soon lose its assistant secretary for Public and Indian Housing (PIH), an activist who has achieved big increases i...
Montana education funding debated
Aftershocks from Sherrill case spreading
ONEIDA NATION HOMELAND, N.Y. - Ripples of shock from the U.S. Supreme Court decision in City of Sherrill v...
American Indian museum featured in electronic field trip
Nez Perce strike Idaho water agreement
LAPWAI, Idaho - It's hard to tell which might be louder - the victory beat of Nez Perce drums or old-time Idaho fiddlers sawing away at an all-state country dance...
Governors lay low at gaming summit
DENVER - The Western Governors Association summit on Indian gaming at the end of March drew only two governors, organizer Bill Owens of Colorado and Mike Rounds of South Dakota, on...
Museum director receives Madison Freedom Award
WASHINGTON - Entering its second year as founder and host of the Madison Freedom Award, The Madison Hotel honored W...
South Dakota needs work to comply with ICWA
PIERRE, S.D. - Much work needs to be accomplished for the state of South Dakota to comply with the spirit and intent of the Indian Child Welfare Act...
Montana education bills advance
The Akaka Bill: Endangered species? An interview with Congressman Neil Abercrombie; PART FOUR
Congressman Neil Abercrombie, D-Hawaii, is the primary sponsor of the House version of the Akaka bill, named for Hawaiian Sen. Daniel Akaka...
New radio organization appoints two leaders
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A recently-formed national American Indian radio organization has appointed two prominent voices in American Indian radio to top positions...
Problems outweigh goals of No Child Left Behind
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Education Association delivered a preliminary verdict on No Child Left Behind at its February summit in Washington, but not until March 28 in Arizo...
Osoyoos Indian Band stimulates tourism
OSOYOOS, British Columbia Between its nine tribally-owned businesses, the Osoyoos Indian Band calculates annual revenues of $13 million (CDN)...
Focus on Nisqually: Threatened chinook make comeback
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