TERRACE, British Columbia -- A killing ground became sacred space, as
communities along Highway 16 gathered recently to celebrate the lives and
deplore the deaths or disappearances of 32 women girls... Read More
In traditional Native cultures, a person's word is sacred and history told
by one generation to the next is trusted.
Increasingly in modern American society, Native oral history accounts are
disbelieved and... Read More
Editor's note: Indian Country Today Senior Editor Jose Barreiro traveled to
his native Cuba in September. This is the second and final part of his
journal, "In Cuba the cry was rain."
JIGUANI,... Read More
Chiapas Media Project unites the oppressed
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The Zapatistas have gone from warriors with guns to
warriors with cameras and computers in a new chapter of resistance oppressive... Read More
Navajos seek business models that make sense
LEUPP, Ariz. -- "There's an intense pressure nowadays to improve the
economic situation on reservations," said Roberto Nutlouis, Navajo. "It's
called progress. But everything government... Read More
State disturbed village site, cemetery during construction project
PORT ANGELES, Wash. -- Lower Elwha Klallam people last lived at
Tse-whit-zen in the 1800s, but the memories of village life are older... Read More
BOSTON -- The Massachusetts state Legislature is giving priority to
debating an Indian gaming compact, but the one eligible tribe remains
Donald Widdiss, chairman of the federally recognized Wampanoag Tribe of (Aquinnah),... Read More
WASHINGTON -- American Indian and Alaska Native borrowers were nearly twice
as likely to be overcharged for home purchases last year -- but only half
as likely as were blacks, according the... Read More
Different sides of the story incorporated
CODY, Wyo. -- Depending on who tells the story, visitors to many national
and state parks across the country may get the impression that American
Indians inhabited... Read More
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