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Film About Cherokee Freedmen
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President Barack Obama Announces 2012 White House Tribal Nations Conference
On Wednesday, December 5, President Barack Obama will host the White House Tribal Nations Conference at the Department of the Interior...
Obama, Indian Country's Problem Solver—But Where's the Boldness?
WASHINGTON – After a morning no-show at the White House Tribal Nations Conference he was supposed to be hosting, President Barack Obama made a grand entrance to the afternoon porti...
Every Day Is Indeed a Good Day: Wilma Mankiller's Book Still Resonates
This year marked the first anniversary of the death of Wilma Mankiller , the iconic Cherokee Nation leader...
Chief Phyliss J. Anderson to Introduce President Obama at Conference
Third White House Tribal Nations Conference Launches to Less Fanfare
WASHINGTON – Less clapping, less excitement. The mood was noticeably dimmer during the introductory session of this year’s White House Tribal Nations Conference...
A Brief History of Obama’s White House Tribal Nations Conferences
WASHINGTON – On this, the day of the third White House Tribal Nations Conference held over the past three years, Indian Country Today Media Network takes a moment to reflect on the...
Attempted Seneca CEO Takeover Voided by Law, Porter remains as CEO
Gale Courey Toensing
An attempted takeover of the Seneca Nation of Indian’s position of Chief Executive Officer has been voided under the Nation’s laws...
Unprecedented Number of Native Americans in Portland for NCAI’s 68th Annual Convention
PORTLAND, Ore. – Tribal leaders from across the U.S...
NCAI Welcomes Visitors to Annual Convention
Part 1: Part 2: “The tribal nations, many of them live in places where the federal government thought they would disappear, that they would not survive...
Tribal Leaders Gather in D.C. to Protect Indians from Budget-Slashing
Hundreds of tribal leaders, according to the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), traveled to the nation’s capital in mid-October to present a united front to Congress on ...
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