Saturday, October 18, 2008

This Week from Indian Country Today

Top Story

‘Sky canoe’: new perspective on the Penobscot River
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine – At the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana, people gathered themselves into the shape of a grizzly bear to honor the sacredness of their land and send a message to the government to protect it. Read more »

National Headlines

Indigenous women confront Columbus Day parade
Mashantuckets, UAW to discuss labor contract under tribal law
Supplier diversity leaders headline speakers at NMSDC conference
Issues around a ceremonial bald eagle killing have been taken to the U.S. Supreme Court
‘Sky canoe’: new perspective on the Penobscot River
Top judge’s remarks trigger investigation request from tribe
‘Panoply of concerns’ raised over the latest NIGC regulations
Hogen foresees fears realized in economic downturn
Comprehensive gaming almanac now available
Reauthorized housing bill comes with advantages, some defeats
A step forward
Kirkpatrick endorsed by Arizona tribal leaders
ELCA presents ‘Native Nations’ documentary on ABC Television
Iconic sign evokes connection to Long Walk
Denver is asked to join objections to Columbus Day parade content
Strengthening Indian Arts and Crafts Act enforcement
Fighting for preservation
John Graham in SD court on new charges
New York Times muddies perceptions of Indian gaming
Wall Street crisis clouds rez road
Advocates consider next step on health care bill
CITGO home heating oil program continues despite US-Venezuela tension
Casino giants Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun cut back
Close vote leads to Democratic co-candidacy in S.D. House district
Obama’s First Americans vote director assesses Election ’08


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