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James Ray Sweat Lodge Trial Begins
Opening arguments are expected to commence today, March 1, for the trial of James Arthur Ray, the controversial spiritual leader who faces charges of manslaughter after three sweat...
Senator Akaka to Retire
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser broke the news March 2 that Sen. Daniel Akaka, D-Hawaii, will retire at the end of his current term, choosing not to seek re-election in 2012...
Osage West, LLC Entered Exclusive Talks about Developing Airport in Peoria, Arizona
The City of Peoria, Arizona has entered preliminary talks with an economic arm of the Osage Nation about developing a municipal airport and airpark on a 2,240-acre property...
AFN Demands Answers in Grassy Narrows Mercury Poisoning
Gale Courey Toensing
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is calling on the Canadian government and the Ontario provincial government to hold a national inquiry into the historic and continuing mercury ...
Weakening Health Care Reform is Not the Solution
The Asian & Paci?c Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) today urged the U.S...
First Nations Agency Goes to Court over Child Welfare Shortcomings
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada appealed to the courts on Monday to force the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to face charges that it “racially discrimin...
Merging Medical Careers With Traditional Healing at Wake Forest
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians thinks more Cherokee medical experts will help address Indian health issues in culturally sensitive ways, reported Wake Forest University's New...
Comanche Boy Defeats Thunderkick by Unanimous Decision
Comanche Boy is still undefeated. George (Comanche Boy) Tahdooahnippah came out on top in a battle of Native boxers in a somewhat unique bout staged in Oklahoma...
Comanche Boy Documentary
Recently taking his record to 27-0-1, George "Comanche Boy" Tahdooahnippah took down his opponent, Thomas "Thunderkick" Longacre, a mixed martial arts fighter who challenged Comanc...
Coast Salish Institute Gets Preservation Assistance
A $5.5 million expansion of the Coast Salish Institute (CSI) at Northwest Indian College (NWIC) will allow the institute to serve as a “repository of knowledge and culture,” accord...
CA Legislators Announce Human Right to Water Bill
Sacramento, CA—Safe drinking water is becoming more and more of an issue in California, with up to 8.5 million residents forced to rely on water supplies that have been deemed unsa...
Pala Band Ready to Close Deal on Ranch
The Pala Band of Mission Indians intends to finalize a deal to buy the 2,500-acre Warner Springs Ranch , a hot springs, spa and golf resort in San Diego county, for $20.5 million, ...
Breast-feeding's Role in Taking Back Native Culture
The old saying “breast is best” is taking on a new significance for some American Indian mothers, who see that breast-feeding is not only a responsible course for raising healthy b...
Golfing for American Indian Business Students
On March 14, competitors will tee off on both the Sun Mountain and 'Original' Snow Mountain courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort for the National Center for American Indian ...
Major Wastewater Project Started on Tule River Reservation
The largest funded stimulus wastewater infrastructure project involving an American Indian tribe has begun as a joint undertaking of the U.S...
Seneca’s Kinzua Dam Proposal Focuses on Environment, Economic Development at Federal ‘Scoping Meeting’
Gale Courey Toensing
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has held its first series of “scoping meetings” on the Seneca Nation of Indians ’ application for the license to operate the Kinzua Dam , a...
Films at Agua Caliente Festival Wrestle with Indigenous Identity
Many of the films showing at the tenth annual Festival of Native Film and Culture , which gets underway Wednesday at the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum in Palm Springs, California, ...
Dismissal May Foretell Anti-Indian Stance
Forrest Cuch The long-time head of Utah’s Division of Indian Affairs was fired abruptly February 24, when he said he was told to “pack and leave” because the division was “changing...
California State University Holds 41st Annual Pow Wow
California State University, Long Beach, is situated on Gabrieleno/Tongva land, and as a result of this close relationship between the university and the Gabrieleno/Tongva people, ...
Feds to Scale Back Wild Horse Roundups, Increase Adoptions
Gale Courey Toensing
Reform program aims to increase birth control, strengthen humane animal care and handling After a yearlong review, the U.S...
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