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PBS NewsHour Hosts American Indian Panel on Coping With Climate Change July 19
Earlier today we noted a segment of PBS NewsHour devoted to the Swinomish of Washington State, who are facing steep declines in salmon population —a bad omen for a tribe whose name...
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...
Tribal PTAC Provides Businesses Priceless Help in Federal Contracting
Gale Courey Toensing
New Resource Center Holds First Conference on Business Success A new non-profit organization that helps tribal governments and Native businesses get government contracts hit the gr...
Oweesta Names New Associate Director of Contracts and Quality Control
First Nations Oweesta Corporation (Oweesta) recently announced its appointment of Chrystel Cornelius to serve as its new associate director of contracts and quality control...
Ernie Stevens, Jr. and Ivan Makil Weigh in On Indian Gaming Issues and Economic Diversification
Ernie Stevens, Jr., former tribal councilman with Oneida Nation of Wisconsin , is challenged by Ivan Makil, the former president of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of...