Search Continues for Missing Man on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

Published May 29, 2016 PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION— In the aftermath of the discovery of the bodies of the three men who went missing on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation earlier this month, the search for a fourth man, Alejandro “Tank” Vasquez—also known as Alex “Tank” Vasquez,  continues near Kyle, South Dakota. Vasquez has been missing […]

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Cherokee Nation donates $195,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs

Published May 29, 2016 TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA —The Cherokee Nation donated $195,000 Thursday to eight area Boys & Girls Clubs in northeastern Oklahoma. The organizations serve many Cherokee and Native American students in their summer and after-school programs. The Cherokee Nation gave checks to clubs in Adair, Sequoyah, Cherokee, Mayes, Nowata, Rogers, Delaware and Washington counties. […]

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Cherokee Nation donates $195,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs

Published May 29, 2016 TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA —The Cherokee Nation donated $195,000 Thursday to eight area Boys & Girls Clubs in northeastern Oklahoma. The organizations serve many Cherokee and Native American students in their summer and after-school programs. The Cherokee Nation gave checks to clubs in Adair, Sequoyah, Cherokee, Mayes, Nowata, Rogers, Delaware and Washington counties. […]

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South Korean Delegation Honors Navajo’s Korean War Veterans

Published May 29, 2016 LEUPP, ARIZONA – The Korean War became known as “The Forgotten War,” but South Koreans will never forget the service of Korean War veterans who sacrificed for the stability the nation now enjoys. In the years since the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the conflict in 2010, South Koreans have developed […]

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Nobel Prize Winner, J. M. Coetzee Parallels South Africa and Israel

The Palestine Festival of Literature hosted its ninth gathering of literary gurus and the like who were invited to tour Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory. The authors invited to the festival this year included Nobel Prize winner for literature, acclaimed novelist and anti-apartheid South African activist, J.M. Coetzee. It was he who delivered the […]

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Palestinian women Face Challenges From Political and the Social Arenas

Palestinian women live amidst situations which are not only compromising and oppressive on a political level, but also from the perspective of gender bias. Within the established ambit of Israeli authority, these women are forced to negotiate travel, education, general routes to and from home, dress, personal safety and security, and gender bias. Not only […]

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American Basketball Association Names Omaha Tribal Citizen Vice President of Native American Affairs

Published May 28, 2016 INDIANAPOLIS – The American Basketball Association (ABA) on Wednesday named Barry Webster Sr. as Vice President of Native American Affairs. Webster is a tribal citizen of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska along with being part Ho-Chunk from Winnebago, Nebraska. “As the most diversified professional sports league in history, the ABA is extremely proud […]

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“Purple Heart Reservation” Signs Go Up on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation

  Published May 28, 2016 FORT HALL INDIAN RESERVATION— This Memorial Day weekend, tribal citizens living on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho will be seeing 10 new road signs at various locations on the reservation. The Fort Hall Indian Reservation is home to the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. Workers began installing the signs yesterday and […]

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