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December 10, 2012
Blog: Woman reaches out to homeless on Oregon reservation
"I arrive home from a day on the reservation and notice my clothes smell of smoke. Then I remember the three homeless men sitting by a fire. Neda had asked...

Upwards of 15K from Turtle Mountain Band to share in Cobell
At least 15,000 members of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota are expected to benefit from the Cobell trust fund settlement. The first round of payments...

Cobell trust settlement expected to bring $23M to Wyoming
The Cobell trust fund settlement is expected to bring $23 million to Indian beneficiaries in Wyoming, The Casper Star-Tribune reports. The first round of payments -- $1,000 to settle historical...

Nolan Friday: Northern Arapaho Tribe needs a code of ethics
" What Northern Arapaho Tribal members need is some rules that everyone can follow. Right now, I'm sure that if you ask a hundred Northern Arapaho Tribal Members what Resolution...

Peter d'Errico: Indian people long viewed as uncivilized in law
"The cases that comprise federal Indian law often use words of civilized domination. One of these, Davis v. Sitka School Board, 3 Alaska 481 (1908), involved six "mixed blood" children:...

Steve Russell: Termination is still the 'holy grail' of colonizers
"Colonial governments generally have a Holy Grail. They differ only in methods of pursuing it. We know it by the name “termination.” At first, the conservatives wanted to kill us...

Native Sun News: Dave Anderson shares life skills with youth
The following story was written and reported by Lisa Lynott-Carroll, Native Sun News Correspondent. All content © Native Sun News. Dave Anderson, entrepreneur, philanthropist, motivational speaker and founder of the...

Tim Giago: Gays and lesbians respected in traditional society
Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji) © Unity South Dakota Can the government refuse marriage and federal benefits to gays and lesbians? Those are the questions before...

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