Monday, May 16, 2011

News from Indianz.Com

Headlines:

Tim Giago: Native Americans endure 500 years of terrorism (5/16)
Native Sun News: Contemporary artists explore traditions (5/16)
Vi Waln: Bullies can be any age, even on our reservations (5/16)
Wambli Sina Win: Imposter Indians finding the truth hurts (5/16)
House Natural Resources hearing for Navajo power plant (5/16)
Esther Hugo: Road poses threat to Alaska Native lifestyle (5/16)
Opinion: Join indigenous grandmothers at Alaska meeting (5/16)
Opinion: 'Geronimo' name problematic for Indian Country (5/16)
IHS settles lawsuit over death of Rosebud Sioux baby boy (5/16)
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe resolves zoning issues with city (5/16)
Lower Elwha Kallam Tribe elder celebrates 101st birthday (5/16)
Southern Ute Tribe sets grand opening for $38M museum (5/16)
First Nations University of Canada selects new president (5/16)
Letter: Reconsider development plan at sacred burial site (5/16)
Editorial: Lumbee Tribe works really hard to discredit itself (5/16)
Column: Respect tribe's support for 'Fighting Sioux' name (5/16)
Mooretown Rancheria supports off-reservation gaming bill (5/16)
Chickasaw Nation gains minority ownership of Texas track (5/16)
GOP leader steps down from anti-gaming expansion group (5/16)
Native Sun News: Billy Mills, Lakota Olympian, born to run (5/13)
Senate Indian Affairs Committee hosts a listening session (5/13)
Steven Newcomb: Obama confirms 'Geronimo' codename (5/13)
Doug Cuthand: Use of 'Geronimo' codename a poor choice (5/13)
Mary Pember: Tribal college students meet for conference (5/13)
Opinion: Atoning for Sand Creek Massacre after 147 years (5/13)
Q&A: Winona LaDuke on Cobell case, 'Geronimo' and more (5/13)
Truthout: Sioux Nation still fighting to protect treaty rights (5/13)
HCN: BIA and Crow Tribe lost money on big horse roundup (5/13)
Editorial: Standing firm on tribal cigarette tax in New York (5/13)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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