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Legalizing Pot in Indian Country
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Sundance's Native and Indigenous Slate
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Serra the Saint: Why Not?
Indian Nations Speech Ignored Reality
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Oklahoma caller questions three cabinet members
WASHINGTON - An anonymous caller from Oklahoma's Indian country scored a journalistic coup on the morning of March 5, questioning three members of the Bush cabinet about their rela...
'Meet Naiche: A Native Boy From the Chesapeake Bay Area' by Gabrielle Tayac
WASHINGTON - If I were a Native American today, what would my life be like? How would I be different from other kids? Would I go to a regular school?...
IRS tax help rolls across New Mexico
PHOENIX - A helping hand from the Internal Revenue Service may be as close as your neighborhood as the agency's mobile unit rolls across New Mexico to offer service in locations co...
Daschle meets with new Sisseton-Wahpeton Chairman
WASHINGTON, DC - Senator Tom Daschle met Feb...
Swimmer appointment as Special Trustee opposed
Eastern Pequot act to seal federal status
NORTH STONINGTON, Conn. - Old rifts are healing in the Eastern Pequot tribe as it defends its new federal recognition in a hostile political climate...
Question of tribal sovereignty raised in California decision
A new tribal perspective on Cobell v. Norton
John Berrey, Fred Matt, Ross Sockzehigh
Certainly there should be gratitude extended to Elouise Cobell and the attorneys who filed the Cobell v. Norton lawsuit (originally Cobell v. Babbitt)...
Robert Williams named Oneida Nation visiting professor at Harvard
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. - The recently created Oneida Nation Professorship of Law at Harvard Law School has named its initial visiting professor...
Adamson: The language of war
Rebecca L Adamson
Winning the West - just one of the 19th century euphemisms that promoted public support for Indian wars...
Four Bands Community Fund Inc. starts new year with a bang
CHEYENNE RIVER, S.D. - Four Bands Community Fund Inc. (FBCF) has issued its first new Loan for 2003...
Grammy Fest party in New York attracts top Indian talent
NEW YORK - As hundreds of music fans peered into the glass-enclosed Broadway Studios in New York City's Times Square Feb...
On the Celebrity Trail from Hollywood: First Americans in the Arts Awards
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - The 11th Annual First Americans in the Arts Awards ceremony was held Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel...
From Hollywood: Against the Wind Productions
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - The title says it all for producer, actor, writer and director Tim Ramos. He formed Against the Wind productions in 1997 after years of struggle in Hollywood...
'I Want to Live' by Wauneta Lone Wolf-Cox
GLENDALE, Ariz. - "There are no illnesses, only a lack of wellness," is a favorite slogan of activist, teacher and motivational speaker Wauneta Lone Wolf-Cox...
Language facilitators preserve Native tongues
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
For months now I have been feeling so guilty about my lack of knowledge regarding diabetes...
Awakening near Prince of Wales Island
Rachel A Qitsualik
If you look at a map of the Arctic, you'll notice that smack overtop of Adelaide Peninsula is the smallish (by Arctic standards) and most grandiloquently entitled King William Isla...
Humble beginnings remain with GRAMMY winner
NEW YORK - At the 45th annual GRAMMY's, Mary Youngblood, sat in the audience, moved to tears listening to some of her favorite artists including James Taylor and YoYo Ma, perform l...
Native American Advisors warn 'Watch out for the bears'
NEW YORK - As far as the stock markets go in upcoming years, watch out for a deep freeze...
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