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Indian Country Influenced by Attitudes From the Old South

Eleanor Cook rolled out of bed, nervous, but excited about what the future held that day. Shunned from attendance at the local white and black schools of rural Virginia, state officials and Bureau of Indian Affairs representatives had for years been informing tribal members about eight of the tribal...

The Indian Land Consolidation Plot Thickens

There were several revelations from the Department of the Interior during its tribal consultation in Seattle last week. Interior officials successfully conveyed to Indian leaders their best of intentions as to the $1.9 billion Indian land consolidation effort, which they disclaimed as having inherited from the Cobell parties. became...
Give Back to Indian Country This Holiday Season

Give Back to Indian Country This Holiday Season

Numerous tribes and organizations throughout Indian Country could greatly benefit from your contributions this year. If possible, give back and support the less fortunate during the holiday season. Here is a list of tribes in need or nonprofits representing the interests of American Indians whom you can support: To provide clothes,...

Grants Totaling $2 Million Awarded to 30 Tribes

Forty-six tribes in 30 states received news that they would be receiving funding grants from the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development (IEED) on October 10. The funds totaling $2 million was announced by Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk.
Lummi Seek Energy Self-Sufficiency via Wind Power

Lummi Seek Energy Self-Sufficiency via Wind Power

Native Americans have long venerated the wind. Now many are trying to harness a little of its power. The Lummi have joined the list of tribes studying the feasibility of generating their own energy on the reservation. With help from a U.S. Department of Energy grant, the Lummi Tribe Washington...

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