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Venezuela offers cheap heating oil
NEW YORK – An unprecedented gift of warmth is destined for North American reservations this winter, where tribal governments have been offered drastically discounted heating oil by...
Self-governance testimony asserts further lawlessness at Interior
WASHINGTON – A week after an independent inspector general told a subcommittee of Congress “anything goes” with the Interior Department’s management culture as long as it’s not tec...
Scholarly conference highlights federal recognition, sovereignty
Gale Courey Toensing
PORTLAND, Maine – Federal recognition and tribal sovereignty moved into the academic arena as featured topics at the annual New England American Studies Association Conference this...
No Child Left Behind Act placed on the back burner
WASHINGTON – As the No Child Left Behind education policy of President Bush heads toward its last authorized year in 2007, reauthorization efforts have moved to the back burner at ...
Native languages bill moves closer to House vote
WASHINGTON – A bill that would provide Department of Education funding for Native language immersion schools passed the House of Representatives late Sept. 27...
Chavez draws the peoples’ support
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – While America’s politicians denounced Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez for calling President Bush “the devil” and criticizing U.S...
Anti-bullying workshops teach vital social skills
BRIDGETOWN, Nova Scotia – Sister Gloria School Principal Janice Franklin held an assembly for her 150-plus kindergarten through 12th grade students in the fall of 2005 and her stud...
New school buildings coming to Pine Ridge
The three sisters – corn, beans and squash – have gathered together and invited their friends to join them this season at festivals and harvest gatherings...
Life lessons come to the classroom for Prairie Island students
RED WING, Minn. – A team of teachers, professionals and elders will enter a classroom in a public school to bring life lessons to students from the Prairie Island Sioux Community...
Lakota Circle Village to use home schooling model for language teaching
OGLALA, S.D. – Lakota Circle Village used to be just a dream. Since ground was broken on it last March, the idea has been putting down serious roots...
‘Invisible’ takes a stab at racist thinking
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine – A fire that destroyed a section of Old Town, adjacent to the Penobscot Indian Reservation, in 1997 sparked the production of a documentary that is now being ...
Education: Looking for answers
Recycling program draws acclaim in tribal study 'Bad River Band is a finalist for a national award announced in October'
DULUTH, Minn. (MCT) – In Indian belief, things flow in circles. So it isn’t surprising that some American Indians would embrace recycling...
Proposed budget and wage increase reflects Cherokee Nation’s prosperity
Patti Jo King
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – When fiscal year 2007 begins on Oct...
California man faces fraud charges in alleged natural gas business scheme
BEND, Ore. (MCT) – The U.S...
Tobacco Education and Prevention Technical Support Center: Native tobacco traditions emphasize health
Guest Column In spite of the effects of non-Native assimilation and acculturation strategies on Native families and communities over long periods of time, many Native elders know m...
Niman: Anti-Indian racism in New York’s anti-casino movement
An ugly courtship between anti-casino and anti-Indian political forces is emerging in western New York...
Bomberry: ‘An awakening of our force’
Interview with Casimira Rodriguez, Bolivian minister of justice The Ministry of Justice is located on the main street in downtown La Paz, Bolivia...
Michigan tribes oppose federal court nominee
Gale Courey Toensing
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – Seven Michigan tribes have asked U.S. Sens...
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