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Bob Dylan's 'Hate Crime'; Yoda Lives!
Tucson Indian Center Celebrates 50 Years
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Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Finally Hears Aboriginal Child Welfare Case
After a seven-year legal fight waged by a prominent aboriginal-children’s advocate and the Assembly of First Nations against the federal government, the Canadian Human Rights Tribu...
Native Children Ask for Equal Rights in 'Letters to Canada' Video
As the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the First Nations Children & Family Caring Society duke it out in the courts and before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, the child...
Ernie Stevens Jr., NIGA Chairman, Reflects on Newtown Shootings
Ernie Stevens Jr.
The following are remarks from Ernie Stevens Jr., chairman of the National Indian Gaming Association following the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut on December 14: “Angered...
Notes From a Single Mom: Husbands Come and Go, But Dogs Are Forever
A woman’s best friend I finally caved in and told my kids we could get a cat. What a pushover, I know. But I did hold my “no pets” ground for a while. My reasons were quite clear...
Video Spotlight: Children Read U.N. Declaration as Fifth Anniversary Shows Lack of Progress
Five years ago today, on September 13, 2007, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) was ratified ...
Children's Show Soars Over the Language Barrier
Experts often caution against exposing children to too much television. But they could be forgiven for making an exception in one case. Tiga Talk!...
Notes From a Single Mom: Independence Isn’t Always Easy
Lynn Armitage Single, With Children There’s something about the Fourth of July that reminds me of my marriage. Must be all the fireworks...
UNICEF Singles Out Canada on Child Poverty
Just when one might have thought that Canada had had all the censure available on the international stage , along comes UNICEF...
Notes From a Single Mom: Scrambled Lives—Sometimes, I Don’t Recognize My Own Kids
Lynn Armitage “But, Mom, we LIKE scrambled eggs!” That was a new one. I had been trying to get my girls to eat scrambled eggs for years. Then one morning, this revelation...
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