The Bureau of Indian Affairs is threatening to intervene in a leadership and membership dispute within the Snoqualmie Tribe of Washington. The terms of most of the members of the tribal council have expired and rival factions are fighting for...
"We don't think most high school students are racist, and we don't know whether American Indian names and mascots have led to bullying incidents. But those arguments really miss the point. To understand the effects of this long tradition, imagine...
"Apparently the only thing Matthew Tso is ashamed of these days is his college degree. It seems to be the only thing he is hiding when it comes to his public character. And voters should be ashamed if they vote...
"I have always appreciated Johnny Depp. Even despite his recent slam against Wichita in an article that ran in the U.K. paper, the Guardian, where he implied that Wichitans aren’t intelligent enough to appreciate “intelligent” films. OK, that did lower...
"The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is a confederation of many clans (or towns) descended from an ancient people known as the Mississippian Mound Builders. These early Americans settled in the bottom lands of rivers that drained into the Mississippi River. When...
"Sla-hal, to Native people of today, is a game. Sometimes called stick game or bone game, a gambling game that once determined territory and settled disputes and where friends and family now come together to play, to sing, to laugh,...
The following story was written and reported by Katherine Saltzstein, Native Sun News Correspondent. All content © Native Sun News. Luticia Mann ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. –– People talk about bullies in schools these days, but Luticia Mann is doing something about...
Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji) © Unitysodak1@knology.net Oftentimes an idea is born out of necessity; and that is the way a weekly column called, “The Grouchy Gourmet” was born. The column first appeared in my weekly...
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