Home > News > More Headlines > November 16, 2015
Urban Indian center prepares for 36th Thanksgiving dinner Urban Indian center prepares for 36th Thanksgiving dinner
United American Indian Involvement of Los Angeles, California, served nearly 400 dinners to family and youth at last year's event.
Former employee of Passamaquoddy Tribe pleads to theft Former employee of Passamaquoddy Tribe pleads to theft
Stephen E. Crawford admitted he took about $25,000 while serving as the tribe's environmental director.
Gabe Galanda: The tide keeps turning against disenrollment Gabe Galanda: The tide keeps turning against disenrollment
NCAI, NIGA and regional inter-tribal associations do sit deliberately quiet in the face of a disenrollment epidemic.
Patrick Lambert: My first month as Eastern Cherokee chief Patrick Lambert: My first month as Eastern Cherokee chief
I have worked every day including weekends since being sworn in and have not had a day of less than 10 hours in the office or at meetings yet.
Secretary Jewell goes to Arizona to meet with BIE students Secretary Jewell goes to Arizona to meet with BIE students
The trip highlights a high-speed Internet partnership and the Every Kid in a Park initiative.
BIE schedules consultations for Johnson-O'Malley program BIE schedules consultations for Johnson-O'Malley program
Topics include the JOM student count and the funding methodology for the program.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets meeting and hearing Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets meeting and hearing
Two land-into-trust bills for tribes in Oregon and three Indian education bills are on the agenda.
Vice chair of Nisqually Tribe sentenced to drug treatment Vice chair of Nisqually Tribe sentenced to drug treatment
William Frank admitted that he stole more than $50,000 from two tribal accounts while in the throes of a substance abuse addiction.
Los Angeles could join Indigenous Peoples Day movement Los Angeles could join Indigenous Peoples Day movement
Council member Mitch O'Farrell, who is a member of the Wyandotte Nation, wants the city to recognize its original inhabitants.
Winnebago Tribe distributes $250 per capita next month Winnebago Tribe distributes $250 per capita next month
Tribal members can pick up their checks at the Blackhawk Center Gym on December 3.
Carla Fredericks: Racial slur tied to Sand Creek Massacre Carla Fredericks: Racial slur tied to Sand Creek Massacre
To use the word today evokes a history of racial violence and dehumanization to intimidate, humiliate and harm contemporary American Indians.
Arne Vainio: A mother opens up after the death of her child Arne Vainio: A mother opens up after the death of her child
'Andrew died eight years ago and I think about him every morning when I wake up and every night when I’m falling asleep.'
Leonard Peltier paintings being removed after complaint Leonard Peltier paintings being removed after complaint
The Retired FBI Agents Association complained about the paintings at the Washington Department of Labor and Industries.
Lakota Country Times: Tribal college impacts the economy Lakota Country Times: Tribal college impacts the economy
A new report just released by the college puts in to perspective just how large of a positive impact that Oglala Lakota College on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota has on the region.
James Giago Davies: Operating outside the Native bubble James Giago Davies: Operating outside the Native bubble
Every now and again life jars you wide awake, blindsides you with the wholly unexpected.
Native Sun News: Food bank comes to Northern Cheyenne Native Sun News: Food bank comes to Northern Cheyenne
By the end of each month, most of the 800 or so tribal residents in Busby wind up hungry, the small amount of monthly assistance they receive by then exhausted.
Peter d'Errico: Obama doesn't understand Indian history Peter d'Errico: Obama doesn't understand Indian history
Christianity promoted and justified slavery and land theft, in the name of making the whole world our 'own land.'
Ruth Hopkins: Tribes maintain a long tradition of tattooing Ruth Hopkins: Tribes maintain a long tradition of tattooing
Numerous North American Tribes also adorned themselves with permanent body art well before the arrival of Columbus.

Stay Connected

On Facebook

On Twitter

On Google+

On SoundCloud

More Archives

Previous: November 13, 2015
Next: November 17, 2015

More:
2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000

Advertisement

Home | Arts & Entertainment | Business | Canada | Cobell Lawsuit | Education | Environment | Federal Recognition | Federal Register | Forum | Health | Humor | Indian Gaming | Indian Trust | Jack Abramoff Scandal | Jobs & Notices | Law | National | News | Opinion | Politics | Sports | Technology | World

Indianz.Com Terms of Service | Indianz.Com Privacy Policy
About Indianz.Com | Advertise on Indianz.Com

Indianz.Com is a product of Noble Savage Media, LLC and Ho-Chunk, Inc.