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Idle No More Founders in Foreign Policy
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Tanis Parenteau by Thosh Collins
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Legends, Rebels, and Robbie Robertson
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Kill the Stereotype, Save the People
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Things About Skins
Letter to the Editor
In response to the article “Blood quantum is no measure,” by Kenn Mitchell of Cass Lake [Vol. 28 No...
Tribal Council expresses gratitude for BIA Portland Regional director
Stan Speaks, Bureau of Indian Affairs Portland Regional director, has been around awhile...
Letter to the Editor
We send them out to risk their lives And then, when they give their all We hear their names on the news Without Ceremony, and that’s all...
Tribes announce 2009 permit fees and regulations
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation announce the availability of Hunting, Fishing and Recreation Regulations for the 2009-2010 license se...
Hall: Creating the tools for success
Tex G. Hall
Today, our nation faces a great challenge – the biggest global financial crisis of our lifetime...
Tribe seeks help from Obama
With their survival as a tribe hanging in the balance, the Duwamish are making pleas for help to President Obama and to the people of Seattle...
Morgan: The evolution of a fraud
I have come to believe that almost all tobacco tax compacts are hopelessly out of date and have evolved into a fraud and a tool for economic exploitation...
Woman last to speak Wichita Indian language
She remembers when everyone around her spoke the language of the Wichita. Now they are all gone...
Dancers provide powwow power
As female head dancer, 14-year-old Daniella Mathews, will lead about 150 other dancers expected to participate in the grand entry that opens Saturday's powwow at Covington Middle S...
Mohawks: Paterson hasn't kept his word
The governor's decision to send hydropower destined for the St...
Palermo: Prophets and victims and poor public perceptions
" T he future preservation and prosperity of American Indians will not be decided in the halls of Congress or state legislatures, nor will it be adjudicated within the solemn chamb...
Power struggle sparks St. Regis Mohawk protest
Gale Courey Toensing
AKWESASNE TERRITORY – The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has written to Gov...
New Bureau of Indian Education career appointees
WASHINGTON – George T. Skibine, deputy assistant secretary for policy and economic development, Indian affairs at the Interior Department announced Feb...
40 more laid off at PR Resort
In another cost-cutting move, Pearl River Resort will eliminate the last shift at the Golden Moon Casino on Sundays, Warren Strain, communications director for the Resort, confirme...
Norman's Jacobson House director is an artist, entrepreneur
Jin Gentry is the new director of Jacobson House Native Art Center, a nonprofit American Indian cultural center at 609 Chautauqua Ave...
Choctaw Nation plans career fair for students, others
A career fair organized by Oklahoma’s Choctaw Nation will tackle guiding high school students to their best college or technical training future as well as matching job seekers sta...
Gift to help build Cal State San Bernardino observatory
Pauline Murillo remembers as a child camping with her grandmother and picking grapes from vines growing on land where Cal State San Bernardino now sits...
W. Arizona woman pleads guilty in drunken-driving death
A western Arizona woman has pleaded guilty in the drunken-driving death of a man in a wheelchair. The U.S...
Who wants to be aboriginal today?
When I was born I was wrapped in a blanket of red tape. I am a treaty (Cree) First Nation person, long hair, high cheekbones and the whole shebang...
Stimulus goes to tribal housing
Washington state's American Indian tribes are expected to receive nearly $15 million in federal dollars to build new homes, renovate old ones and repair roads, according to a state...
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