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Thing About Skins
Generations of artisans share traditional knowledge
MILWAUKEE - From the painted flower on the small cheek of basket weaver Naomi Jones, to a life-sized bald eagle carved by Ho-Chunk Nation artist Harry Whitehorse, the returning of ...
Wonderworks of the Pacific Northwest's First Nations
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - How do you top a place whose doors (when closed) replicate a traditional wooden box of the Native peoples of the Pacific Northwest?...
Pine Ridge treatment program saved
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - An unexpected surprise of more money has left the staff of the Flowering Tree program ecstatic and very grateful to their senator...
Legislation proposed to prevent tribes from shopping around
Sealaska and corporate socialism
At a recent fundraiser in New York City, Rosita Worl was telling a lawyer from Salomon Brothers about her unusual corporate employer: Sealaska, she explained carefully, is required...
Syracuse University hosts 'senior statesman' of Native studies
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - After a lifetime of service to the causes of protecting and advancing American Indian sovereignty and culture, Vine Deloria Jr...
LeBeau: Protecting American Indian sacred places in California
Across Indian country and America, many American Indians and their supporters are employing strategies to protect American Indian sacred places...
Statement of vision toward the next 500 Years
On the Columbus Quincentenary in October of 1992, there was a historic gathering of 100 Native American writers, artists and wisdomkeepers at Taos Pueblo...
Seneca Nation hosts premiere Indian boxers
SALAMANCA, N.Y. - Less than a year old, the Seneca Nation Boxing Club (SNBC) is already making its presence felt in Western New York...
The tribal impact on Nevada casinos
LAS VEGAS - When the Global Gaming Expo - the Super Bowl event of the casino industry - rolled into its temple city of Las Vegas there was a lot of talk about the expansion of trib...
Adams: Learning from the Las Vegas Strip
Standing on a walkway of the Bellagio as the neon lights come on for a Las Vegas Friday night, one has to concede a point to the local politicians throughout the country who worry ...
Pennsylvania community surrounds developer with delay tactics
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - An undisturbed four-acre lot in Lycoming County may feel the cut of a bulldozer's blade if its new owner proceeds with plans to build 400 self-storage units...
News from the Pacific Northwest
USDA to award $6 million for rural development SEATTLE - U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann M...
Youth emerges to its own battle: A conversation with Suzan Shown Harjo
Suzan Shown Harjo's two children are Adriane Shown Harjo and Duke Ray Harjo II. Adriane is an artist living in Washington D.C...
Have gaming tribes bought California for $120 million? No
In one of Arnold Schwarzenegger's recent TV ads, his scary voice is heard saying: "Indian casino tribes play money politics in Sacramento: $120 million in the last five years." Oth...
Six more months of discovery in Seneca-Cayuga case
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Earlier this month, Judge Neal P. McCurn of the Northern District of New York said he wanted a rapid decision in the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma v...
Newcomb: The plot thickens in the Western Shoshone saga
In his speech before the United Nations General Assembly on Sept...
Indigenous Puerto Rico: DNA evidence upsets established history
History is written by the conquerors. The Native peoples of North America know this all too well, as they are still trying to bring the truth to light...
Surviving Columbus in Puerto Rico: the myth of extinction
The story this week of a new major DNA study showing considerable American Indian ancestry in the population of Puerto Rico is intriguing and revealing...
Wanamaker: "Let the Games Begin"
A bipartisan group of New York politicians led by Governor George Pataki plans to propose federal legislation to ban "venue shopping" in Indian gaming...
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