Monday, April 12, 2010

News from Indianz.Com

Tim Giago: Black Hills land claim settlement fund tops $1B (4/12)

Richard Nephew: Unity key in New York tobacco tax battle (4/12)

Mark Trahant: Health reform debate to continue for years (4/12)

Paul Chaat Smith: Wilma Pearl Mankiller's trail of triumph (4/12)

Joplin Globe: Wilma Mankiller was a truly inspiring leader (4/12)

Opinion: Mankiller's death a huge loss for Indian Country (4/12)

Editorial: Not another 14 years for Indian trust fund case (4/12)

Oglala student can't wear traditional dress at graduation (4/12)

Editorial: A lot at stake in Chehalis Tribe taxation dispute (4/12)

Ines Hernandez-Avila: Names matter for First Americans (4/12)

Arizona Living: Tribes named themselves and each other (4/12)

NPR: Hopi site at risk after Arizona shuts down five parks (4/12)

Opinion: Michigan mining endangers sacred Ojibwe lands (4/12)

Tribal college signs agreement with artists' organization (4/12)

'Avatar' director takes up indigenous environmental fight (4/12)

Opinion: First Nations poverty and lack of property rights (4/12)

Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe eyes off-reservation casino (4/12)

Osage Nation casinos threatened by recent court decision (4/12)

Editorial: Seminole casino compact a good deal for Florida (4/12)

Union seeks NLRB election at Mashantucket Pequot casino (4/12)

Johnny Flynn: Wilma Mankiller, the legendary Indian leader (4/9)

ICT Editorial: Wilma Mankiller a woman of undaunted spirit (4/9)

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