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‘Dignity’ work to start soon

American Indian Law News - 4 hours 30 min ago
The planned 45-foot statue of an upward sweeping star quilt being received by a American Indian woman, titled “Dignity,” will be placed in Chamberlain on the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River.

Ceremony honors Native American leaders, activists

American Indian Law News - Sat, 2014-12-20 22:16
Several Native American leaders were recognized at the United Houma Nation's awards ceremony tonight.

Guest: A fragile peace in the aftermath of the Marysville Pilchuck shooting

American Indian Law News - Sat, 2014-12-20 09:15
The shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High has had a devastating effect on the families of the victims, the students who survived, and on the communities of Marysville and Tulalip.

Are American Indian Nations ‘Wards of the Federal Government’?

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-12-19 09:19
Arizona Republican Congressman Paul Gosar got himself into a heap of trouble recently for saying American Indian Nation...

"Redskins" Not Profane, FCC Rules

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-12-19 08:45
FCC says indecent content law defines profanity as sexual or excretory in nature - meanings that don't relate to team's name

"Redskins" not profane, FCC rules

American Indian Law News - Fri, 2014-12-19 08:06
FCC says indecent content law defines profanity as sexual or excretory in nature - meanings that don't relate to team's name

Route 66: Project to Show Native American Link to Iconic Highway

American Indian Law News - Thu, 2014-12-18 18:40
Greasy diners, big-finned Cadillacs, mom-and-pop souvenir shops, dusty trading posts and the promise of the West were undoubtedly part of the recipe that made historic Route 66 famous.

DOI Announces Final Rule for Land into Trust for Alaska Native Tribes

American Indian Law News - Thu, 2014-12-18 17:52
WASHINGTON – As part of President Obama’s commitment to upholding the nation’s trust responsibilities to American Indian and Alaska Natives, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today announced a final rule that will allow the Department of the Interior to accept land into trust for federally recognized Alaska tribes.

Law schools prepare students for tribal issues

American Indian Law News - Thu, 2014-12-18 07:18
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ A growing demand for lawyers with backgrounds in Native American legal studies has kept Indian enrollment steady or rising at the state's law schools, officials said.

Traffic, time slow in Guadalupe, Ariz., town rich with Yaqui traditions

Yaqui News - Wed, 2014-12-17 07:31
The entrance to the town that time passed by is marked by brake lights.

Traffic, time slow in Guadalupe, Ariz., town rich with Yaqui traditions

Yaqui News - Wed, 2014-12-17 07:14
The entrance to the town that time passed by is marked by brake lights.

Traffic, time slow in Guadalupe, Ariz., town rich with Yaqui traditions

Yaqui News - Wed, 2014-12-17 07:11
The entrance to the town that time passed by is marked by brake lights.

Congressional District 2 vote recount completed

Yaqui News - Wed, 2014-12-17 03:17
BISBEE — With cheers and thanks, the state required three-precinct hand recount of the Congressional District 2 ballots was completed in about two hours Friday.

Native American tribes and the marijuana business

American Indian Law News - Tue, 2014-12-16 18:13
Tribes can grow and sell their way to riches

Energy Revenues to American Indians Top $1 Billion for First Time

American Indian Law News - Tue, 2014-12-16 09:04
American Indian tribes and individual Indian mineral owners will be seeing disbursements that include more than $1 billion – the first time energy production disbursements have...

Navajos buy back sacred masks at Paris auction

American Indian Law News - Tue, 2014-12-16 07:20
When diplomacy and a plea to return sacred ceremonial masks to an American Indian tribe in the United States failed, officials from the Navajo Nation traveled to the Paris auction house selling the items and started...

Navajos buy back sacred masks at Paris auction

American Indian Law News - Tue, 2014-12-16 07:17
When diplomacy and a plea to return sacred ceremonial masks to an American Indian tribe in the United States failed, officials from the Navajo Nation traveled to the Paris auction house selling the items and started...

Navajos buy back sacred masks at Paris auction

American Indian Law News - Tue, 2014-12-16 07:14
When diplomacy and a plea to return sacred ceremonial masks to an American Indian tribe in the United States failed, officials from the Navajo Nation traveled to the Paris auction house selling the items and started...

Navajos buy back artifacts at disputed auction

American Indian Law News - Mon, 2014-12-15 23:46
When diplomacy and a plea to return sacred ceremonial masks to an American Indian tribe in the United States failed, officials from the Navajo Nation traveled to the Paris auction house selling the items and started...

Navajos buy back artifacts at disputed auction

American Indian Law News - Mon, 2014-12-15 23:37
When diplomacy and a plea to return sacred ceremonial masks to an American Indian tribe in the United States failed, officials from the Navajo Nation traveled to the Paris auction house selling the items and started...
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