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4 Native Entities That Opposed the Canonization of Junípero Serra (to No Avail)
Since Pope Francis first proposed canonizing Father Junípero Serra earlier this year, American Indians have been outraged, especially in California...
Pechanga Charity Golf Tournament Raises $100K for Homeless and Foster Children
Pechanga’s two-day charity golf tournament has raised more than $100,000 with the entire amount going to help homeless, foster children and others in need...
'Island of the Blue Dolphins' Woman Connected to Pechanga Band, Says Navy
Many young readers (or readers who were once young) are familiar with San Nicolas Island, located off the coast of California, as the home of Karana, protagonist of Scott O'Dell's ...
Mark Macarro Elected to Tenth Term as Pechanga Chairman
Mark Macarro, 50, was re-elected to his tenth consecutive two-year term as chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians on July 19 according to a tribal press release...
Indigenous Rights Advocates Question Keith Harper Nomination
The conventional wisdom of many Native American-focused policy officials is that Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen and a lawyer with Kilpatrick Stockton who helped settle the...
Sharpen Your Pencils! New Tribal College Plans 2014 Opening
Tanya H. Lee
With a feasibility study and needs assessment nearly completed, the California Tribal College could begin operating by the end of 2014, though exactly what form the institution wil...
Getting Jobbed: 15 Tribes With Unemployment Rates Over 80 Percent
Indian Country Today Media Network continues to highlight the issues of jobs and economic development in Indian country in conjunction with the 50 th anniversary of the March on Wa...
Nominee for Interior's No. 2 Spot, Michael Connor, Has Taos Pueblo Roots
Tribal leaders and Indians affairs officials are expressing optimism at President Barack Obama’s choice of Michael Connor to become the next Deputy Secretary of the Department of t...
Indian Education Must Support Dual Citizenship, Nation-building
In contemporary nation states education is a key institution for the socialization and creation of citizens...
Luiseño Indians Welcome 60,000 Guests to Their Pow Wow
With prize money exceeding $80,000, a carefully selected head staff, fireworks extravaganza and breathtaking views, it is easy to understand why the Pechanga Pow Wow , June 28-30, ...
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