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‘America is Indian country’

In a packed lecture room at the City University of New York Graduate Center, editors and columnists from Indian Country Today shared anecdotes and analyses of current events. The occasion, sponsored by the Flying Eagle Woman Fund and Fulcrum Publishing, was the publication of the book "America is Indian Country: Opinions and Perspectives from Indian Today."...

A crucial time for Indian country to be heard

I go to a lot of Indian meetings, where tribal leaders and advisers discuss their most important issues, value each others' cultures and present their viewpoints. There is a lot of good Indian thinking going on, even in the midst of very difficult problems and many challenges and attacks upon tribal rights well-organized...

Can’t go to Washington? Try your own backyard

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - If you are among the millions that cannot make it to Washington, D.C. to visit the new Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian this year do not fret. There are probably hundreds if not thousands of museums that are at least in part dedicated to American Indian culture the...

Indian country is multicultural: our commitment to inclusiveness

From our perch as the national American Indian newspaper, we must advocate for all Indian peoples. The issues and concerns of Indian country - the tribes and nations - of America's Native peoples, constitute our world of coverage. The commitment is to try to understand the various viewpoints and pass...

Committing to a journalism for a Native Millennium

As the first year of the new century and millennium comes to an end, Indian Country Today wishes all of you -- our readers, contributors, editorial and business staff and corporate advertisers and sponsors -- the greatest of appreciation for your interest, strength and support for this important work...

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