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ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
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Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
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Thing About Skins
Blackfeet entrepreneur delivers the latest computer technology
BROWNING, Mont. - Martin Marceau Jr. wants to help American Indian tribes catch up with the latest technology...
Gombey dancers mark reunion
LANTERN HILL, Conn...
Protecting Badger-Two Medicine for future generations
BROWNING, Mont. - Blackfeet tribal member Keith Tatsey says the wild, wind-swept lands of the nearby Badger-Two Medicine area refresh his soul...
Senate Indian Affairs Committee considers Lumbee recognition
WASHINGTON - The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held a September hearing about legislation to federally recognize the Lumbee tribe of southeastern North Carolina...
A conversation with Suzan Shown Harjo
Tending our patch of garden Activist, reformer, protestor, mother, wife, daughter, sister, granddaughter, aunt, friend, writer, lecturer, curator, Suzan Shown Harjo's experience wi...
Western Shoshone Case Shames U.S.
In the midst of mounting gains across Indian country, particularly on the east and west coasts, it is still not hard to find horrible cases of big government abuse, particularly am...
Black Hills defenders raise management issues
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Nipmuc Nation 'disappointed' by federal recognition delay
Banks are not always the answer
SEATTLE - Recent good news on the comparative performance of Indian-owned banks should be tempered with a reminder that banks are not always the best pathfinders to tribal economic...
Campbell: Working together for healthy youth, healthy tribes
Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
Last January I wrote in Indian Country Today that a "sea-change" is required in Indian health care and that the most important part of this change has to be a campaign to focus on ...
National Park Service striving to increase Indian employment
Peltier pleads for new hearing
DENVER - Some 250 supporters of Leonard Peltier gathered in support outside the federal courthouse in Denver during recent court proceedings...
Analysis: Welfare status quo likely until next year
WASHINGTON - Tribal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families appears to be in place on its current terms until at least next year, when the second session of the 108th Congress may t...
House approves Eastern Cherokee land swap
WASHINGTON - The House on Sept...
Casino funds preserve Wisconsin sacred site
West Nile Virus strikes Navajo reservation
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz...
Sorting out the energy bill: Senator Campbell is cautiously hopeful
WASHINGTON - For about as long as it takes to throw the switch on a spotlight, energy held the floor at an unrelated hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Sen...
McSloy: A bird's eye view of American Indian law and its future
Steven Paul McSloy
American Indian law is often metaphorical...
Wanamaker: "Let the Games Begin"
To the chagrin of some of California's established gaming tribes, a pair of San Diego County tribes, the La Posta and the Santa Ysabel Bands of Digue?o Mission Indians, recently si...
Bush appoints new members to tribal college board
WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush has appointed two new members to his Board of Advisors on Tribal Colleges and Universities...
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