Monday, January 17, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


Tim Giago: Freedom of the press not really alive in Indian Country (1/17)
Mark Trahant: Real fight over health care reform all about funding (1/17)
Vi Waln: Ignorance rears its head with posting about 'ugly' prayer (1/17)
Betty Mae Tiger Jumper, first woman to lead Seminole Tribe, dies (1/17)
First Nations boy, 11, returns home safe following disappearance (1/17)
Editorial: Arizona moving away from racial harmony in classroom (1/17)
Opinion: Oneida Nation in bad shape despite Supreme Court move (1/17)
Vice chairman of Lummi Nation resigns after less than two months (1/17)
Editorial: Time to group after Native Hawaiian recognition bill fails (1/17)
Editorial: Don't rush to approve off-reservation casino in Catskills (1/17)
Editorial: Expansion of gaming might stimulate economy in Florida (1/17)
Opinion: Off-reservation casino won't benefit Michigan community (1/17)
Jeffrey Whalen: Oglala Sioux leaders misusing tribal gaming funds (1/14)
Law firm apologizes for 'inappropriate' post on Yaqui man's prayer (1/14)
Media Matters: Conservative media attack Yaqui memorial prayer (1/14)
Faith & Reason: Did Yaqui prayer at memorial service bother you? (1/14)
Youth from Tohono O'odham Nation sing blessing for Rep. Giffords (1/14)
In The Hoop: Surprise, Hollywood still trotting out Indian mascots (1/14)
Cherokee Nation judge rules Freedmen are entitled to citizenship (1/14)
Beverly Jensen: It's winter wonderland on the Shinnecock Nation (1/14)
The Guardian: Zintkala Nuni, Lost Bird, was taken from her people (1/14)
Stephanie Woodard: ACLU sues IHS for records on induced labors (1/14)
CDC report takes look at racial and ethnic health disparities in US (1/14)
Red Lake Nation tackles diabetes and obesity with new initiative (1/14)
Editorial: Reducing toxics in Oregon waters aids Northwest tribes (1/14)
Opinion: Tribes should be included in renewable energy solutions (1/14)
Editorial: Ray Clark Littleturtle leaves the Lumbee Tribe stronger (1/14)
History: Tecumseh's curse foretold deaths of several presidents (1/14)
Gun Lake Tribe hopes new casino will improve lives for its people (1/14)
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