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Thing About Skins
"The Good Path" by Thomas Peacock
AFTON, Minn. ? "The Good Path" by Thomas Peacock was released in August by Afton Historical Society Press...
Letters from the end of the Dempster
INUVIK, Northwest Territories ? On Aug...
2002 Native American Music Award Winners
2002 Native American Music Award Winners: Artist of the Year: Joanne Shenandoah - Eagle Cries Best Blues Recording: Keith Secola - Kokopelli Blues Best Complication Recording: Vari...
Eyre exposes the heart and muscle beneath 'Skins'
SANTA FE, N.M. ?...
Arigon Starr: The Diva does it again
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ?...
Healing the wounds of September 11
MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT RESERVATION, Conn. ?...
Residents sue over defective homes
GREAT FALLS, Mont. ? A group of Blackfeet Indian Reservation residents is suing the U.S...
Shame on you, Judge Jelderks, for letting scientists pick over ancient one's bones
Suzan Shown Harjo
A federal judge has decided that scientists can continue picking over the bones of the Native man who was disinterred six years ago near Kennewick, Washington, and is popularly cal...
Entrepreneurial sector is key to Indian country development
While many groups seeking social change have opted for takeovers of tribal buildings, governmental overthrows and other protest methods, in the long-term analysis, the quiet revolu...
FHLB funding helps finance pueblo housing rehabilitation
POJOAQUE PUEBLO, N.M. ? The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas has granted nearly $100,000 in financing to rehabilitate housing here...
The Wall Street Journal is wrong, again
In a recent editorial mostly machine-gunning California's growing re-turn to liberal thinking and pragmatic policies, particularly in human services and environmental concerns, The...
President needs to explain the Texas Rangers deal
This spring and summer, we heard talk about the need for regime changes...
Wisconsin Oneidas' lawsuits dismissed
ALBANY, N.Y. ? Landowners in two upstate New York counties were breathing easier on Sept...
Nammys take root with 5th annual show
MILWAUKEE, Wis. ? When the Native American Music Awards make their Midwest debut here Sept. 7, a major new institution of native culture will mark its coming of age...
Anirniq: An Inuit Ghost Story (Part Six)
Rachel A Qitsualik
In traditional Inuit cosmology, it was assumed that no single person ? not even the wisest angakoq ? knew exactly how the unseen powers worked...
Anti-gamers rail against recognition: threaten tribal economics
Casinos and other types of gaming, particularly lotteries, have flourished over the past several years as more and more states look to remedy fiscal maladies in their budgets...
World's biggest motorcycle ride set to honor Trail of Tears
Bush nominates Hogen to head NIGC
WASHINGTON ? President George W. Bush on Sept. 3 nominated Philip N...
Native music wows upscale New England
NEWTOWN, Conn. ?...
Northern Cheyenne drop lawsuit
LAME DEER, Mont. ? About 45 members of the Northern Cheyenne tribe rallied here on Aug. 19 to protest a decision to drop a lawsuit against the Roman Catholic Church...
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