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April 30, 2010
Indian women seek apology for spending years in prison
Three Indian women who were sent to prison in Mexico for alleged kidnapping have been released due to lack of evidence. Alberta Alcantara Juan, Teresa Gonzalez Cornelio and Jacinta...

Church apologizes for Menominee Nation boarding school
Two Catholic churches on the Menominee Nation of Wisconsin apologized for their role in boarding schools on the reservation. The St. Anthony Church and St. Michael Church confessed to their...

Blog: Chickasaw produced 'Pearl' set for Oklahoma debut
"For the past year, the made-in-Oklahoma biopic “Pearl” has been soaring through the film festival circuit, collecting awards, earning the Dove family-approved seal and making grown men weep. Now, the...

Review: Sac and Fox artist Tony Tiger offers a look inside
"Artist Tony Tiger creates a dynamic interaction between vintage photographs and vivid, abstract color patterns in a show on view in the state Capitol’s East Gallery. Tiger, art director...

Column: Indian mascot bill good for schools in Wisconsin
"On April 20, the Wisconsin Legislature passed a bill that would improve the complaint process when allegations of discrimination are made against school districts that use race-based logos, mascots and...

Tom Perrelli: Justice Department delivers on its promises
"When the Department of Justice launched our public safety initiative in tribal communities last year, we encountered a variety of reactions. Some people expressed skepticism at what they viewed as...

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation chairman takes personal leave
Marshall McKay, the chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation of California, has taken a personal leave. A tribal spokesperson would not tell The Woodland Daily Democrat why McKay is...

Jodi Rave: Montana looking for new Indian affairs director
"First, a word of thanks to Jennifer Perez Cole, Montana’s Indian Affairs director, who has worked hard for Montana and for tribes in the state. She announced her resignation on...

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