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From the Shining City: Fools on the Hill
Jude Schimmel Is Taking the Reins
Learn How to Say Earth Day in Navajo
Turning Stone Recycles Hygience Products
Alaska Pols: Recognize Native Languages
Burial Mounds Threatened By Quarry
Idle No More in The Nation, on Climate
NIGA's Stevens on Navajos & Redskins
Senecas Establish Native Plant Policy
Video: Natives on Pocahontas Wedding
Notes From A Single Mom to Mother Earth
Keystone XL and Protecting Mother Earth
Natives Must Rally Against Mascots
Start a Summer Garden This Earth Day
History: Oklahoma Land Rush Begins
‘Utes’ Nickname Supported
Who Is the Next Miss Indian World 2014?
From Free to ‘Indigenous' Existence
Métis Legal Victory in Canada
Tarzan Brown, Boston Marathon Legend
Thing About Skins
How Did I Miss That? Goldman Sachs: The Vampire Squid; Merle Haggard
There’s an Internet meme going around that the name for a group of baboons is a “congress.” Very funny, but untrue...
Gays, Redskins & MLK: The U.S. Is Still Raising Arizona
Arizona is at it again, and “it” goes back to when Arizona was a territory rather than a state....
Marty Two Bulls, 'Arizona Immigration Laws'
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Not Attending Obama’s Dinner, Endorses Romney
Immigration: From Florida to Arizona, and Hispanics to Native Americans—A Topic of Interest
Arizona has SB 1070, Florida has roughly 1.5 million Hispanic voters and leading Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has activists asking why he would veto the DREAM Act...
Weapon Used to Kill American Indians Now Arizona State Gun
Debra Utacia Krol
On April 28, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into law SB 1610, which designates the Colt .45 caliber handgun—a weapon that was used to kill many Indians, including women and chi...
Arizona Casino Dispute Hits Legislative Snag
Debra Utacia Krol
PHOENIX, Ariz. – An effort by the Arizona State Legislature to defeat a tribal casino from being built within the Phoenix urban area was signed by Arizona Gov...
Supreme Court Strikes Down Parts of Arizona Anti-Immigration Law
WASHINGTON – In a case watched closely by tribal observers concerned about their families who live on the United States-Mexico border, the U.S...
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