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Food Oppression: Mic Features Sioux Chef
Home Sweet New Home
Judgment Returns Remains to Tribe
Skins: No Dem. Deserves Our Vote (Yet)
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February 14 MMIW Marches in Canada
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To Change Congress: Rethink the Money
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Small Business to Insure, Protect Tribes
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I Am a Male Victim of Sexual Assault
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Gravitational Waves, in Siksika Language
National Parks Need Maintenance
Thing About Skins
Changes for South Dakota law enforcement
Harjo: Praise for rescuers of Bear Butte, even for Janklow
Suzan Shown Harjo
There's praise aplenty to be handed out to people who stopped a shooting range that would have disturbed the quietude of Bear Butte, a sacred place in South Dakota where Native peo...
Let the games begin : NY gaming tribes hold summit
Like other Indian nations, the Haudenosaunee people have over the years been stripped of many of their ancient ways...
Schwarzenegger appoints new gaming negotiator
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov...
Novak claims Indians stole election from Thune
SIOUX CITY, Iowa - A popular political commentator on CNN's Crossfire has entered into an arena of discrediting a group of people because of their political activity...
In the best Haudenosaunee tradition
Unity of thought can only come from communication among Native leaders. This is as true nationally as it is within any region or state...
Apache tribe's 'Erin Brockovich'
In an exclusive interview with Indian Country Today, a woman using her own money and time is fighting for the future of Apache tribal members...
Lobbying, a view from the inside
Northwest American Indian business at a glance
Juarez assisting tribes at Seattle law practice SEATTLE - Debora Juarez, former Superior Court judge and executive director of the governor's Office of Indian Affairs, has joined W...
The Alaska - Hawaii connection (Part 4)
Anne Keala Kelly
(Editors note: This special report was first published in the Fall 2003 edition of Native Americas, the journal of hemispheric indigenous issues published by First Nations Developm...
NAIHC lists priorities, reports progress
LAS VEGAS - The National American Indian Housing Council, at a legal symposium it recently held here, listed about a dozen priorities it is currently working on, and updated its me...
Speakthunder faces challenges
FORT BELKNAP, Mont...
Oil spill damages marine estuary at Suquamish
PORT MADISON, Wash. - An estimated 4,800 gallons of heavy fuel oil overflowed from a barge on Dec...
Ferrets finding a home at Rosebud
Transportation troubles for Tsuu T'ina Nation
CALGARY, Alberta - About the only thing all the concerned parties around here can agree on is that Canada's fastest growing city has a huge transportation problem in its rapidly ex...
Narragansetts decide to appeal 'dangerous' Smith decision
NARRAGANSETT HOMELAND, R.I. - Warning of dangerous language for all of Indian country, the Narragansett tribal council has decided to appeal a U.S...
Global food market faces opposition
Lummi takes steps against substance abuse
LUMMI, Wash. - The Lummi Nation is turning up the heat in its effort to stop substance abuse within its borders - including a possible ban on liquor sales. On Dec...
News from the Southwest: Oklahoma congressional candidate meets with tribal leaders
News from the Southwest: Elliot to face civil trial for Chediski fire
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