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Part 3: The Dawes Act Started the U.S. Land-Grab of Indian Territory
Gale Courey Toensing
February 8 marked the 125th anniversary of the notorious Dawes Act . This is part three of a three-part series on this devastating bit of legislation...
A Public Letter From the Cobell Lawyers Prompts Ethics and Harassment Concerns
Lawyers for the many plaintiffs in the class-action suit attached to the Cobell settlement took that case’s seemingly endless saga to a new low this month by writing and distributi...
Ernie Stevens, Jr.: Honor MLK and Native Civil Rights Leaders
Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.
The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) honors the strength and perseverance of our civil rights leaders, especially the unwavering strength and determination of Dr...
Craven Appeal of Cobell Moves Forward
WASHINGTON – Kimberly Craven – the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate woman sometimes incorrectly styled as the sole objector to the Cobell settlement – is moving forward with her appeal, tak...
2011 Retrospective: November
Ray Is Sentenced James Arthur Ray, the self-help guru who led a sweat lodge ceremony in Sedona, Arizona in 2009 that claimed the lives of three people and hospitalized 18, was sent...
2011’s Memorable Quotes: Good and Bad Part 3
Every year Indian country is filled with leaders, politicians, broadcasters and talking heads provide memorable quotes for anyone listening to catch...
2011’s Memorable Moments in Politics
This year Indian Country Today Media Network covered many intriguing topics dealing with political issues throughout 2011...
Heroes on the Hill, 2011
WASHINGTON – 2011 saw some new and old heroes alike emerge in Washington, D.C., rooting and pushing for tribal and Indian interests...
Blackfeet Student Likes Banking and Business
Paula Bremner (courtesy Jonas Greene) Numbers may be a challenge for some college students, but for Paula Bremner, who attends Blackfeet Community College in Browning, Montana, the...
Native American Scholarship Gala is Bittersweet Success
From the flute music of R...
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