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Osage Nation Wins Bid on Turner Ranch
USDA Investments Impact Rural America
Brown Changes Fall Holiday to IPD
Hillary and Bernie, Mano y Mano
USDA Microloans to Farmers Purchase Land
LA Tribe Gets $48mn for Climate Move
Giant Lake Disappears!
Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa
I’m a Crazy Indian, I Guess
Okla. Sooners Wrestler Davion Jeffries
Uranium Pollution in Sanders, Arizona
SWAIA Names PR & Board Appointments
Old Uranium Mines Poison Navajo Water
Ending All Native Homelessness
From Talking Leaves to Pixels
Dakota Challenge Brings Youth Together
Technology Helps Teach Navajo
Indians Killed in Genocide Memorialized?
Learn Where You Came From
The Revenant’s Elk Dog: Duane Howard
Thing About Skins
Recognizing and Celebrating First Peoples on Columbus Day: A Guide to Events Across Indian Country
Although Columbus Day may be observed by the U.S. today, across Turtle Island it is instead a day to recognize, honor and celebrate First Peoples...
Denver Presidential Debate? Romney-Obama Debate in Denver Delivers Mixed Messages to Indian Country
Denver’s Indian community may not have been 100 percent glued to the TV to watch the presidential debate, but a few who watched were willing to offer their reactions by phone, e-ma...
Author of Rising Up From Indian Country to Address War of 1812 at Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Ann Durkin Keating, author of a new nonfiction book about the Battle of Fort Dearborn and Chicago’s early history, will speak at an hour-long public seminar on the War of 1812 at 6...
Elections 2012: Will Election Resolve the Big Stuff? Disaster Ahead if It Doesn’t
It is said that elections have consequences. One side wins, the other becomes the loyal opposition. Then the game is fought again with new or sometimes the same result...
Elections 2012: Don’t Expect a Political Debate About Poverty
Presidential candidates are keen on talking about “the middle class.” It’s a steady theme from both challenger Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama...
Elections 2012: Making a Difference in the Polls
I remember my first election as a journalist. The year was 1976 and I was working at a small radio station in Pocatello, Idaho, producing The Sho-Ban Radio hour...
Senator Gillibrand Visits the Oneida Indian Nation
While in the area on Friday, May 11 visiting student veterans at Mohawk Valley Community College in Rome, New York, Sen...
James Anaya: A Sit-Down With the UN’s Man in Indian Country
On May 4 th , United Nations Special Rapporteur James Anaya concluded his official visit to the United States, which included meetings with various federal and state representative...
Norm Dicks Retirement a Loss for Indian Appropriations
WASHINGTON – With U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks, D-Wash., announcing his retirement after 18 terms, Indian country is losing a major appropriations advocate in Congress...
Zogby Poll Finds Support for Tribal Sovereignty
WASHINGTON – Results from a new poll by the IBOPE Zogby International polling firm indicate that an overwhelming majority of the American public supports tribal sovereignty—the wel...
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