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October 15 , 2003 Issue 120

Volume 1 Highlights

No Cheers for Columbus, Says Venezuela's Chavez

Congressman Introduces Bill to Help Osage Nation 

Leave Luna alone, says First Nation 

MEXICO CITY'S URBAN INDIGENOUS CALL FOR AUTONOMY 

Veterans Homecoming honors Native American Soldier 

Ancient rock begins pilgrimage to museum 

Volume 2  Highlights

Teacher Creates Native American Superhero

Dress code reveals schism between Native Americans, school 

War bonnet donated to USD 

Native Canadian educators tour Israel 

French president offers support to Guatemala's indigenous population 

The People's Vote: 100 Documents that Shaped America 

  volume  3  Highlights

Voters Elect First Alaska Native Woman Mayor 

Senator says Natives threaten state of Alaska 

Diabetes in American Indian youth may be as high as 70%  

Advocates name best, worst snacks for kids

Blood Tribe Chief Urges Alcohol Ban, Curfew 

Sign in NB says  SHOOT INDIANS, SAVE OUR MOOSE

Volume 4  Highlights

The lost seasons 

Navy Will Limit Sonar to Protect Whales

NFL Team Can Keep 'Redskins' Trademark

Paranda resurges with Garifuna

Indian Family ready to Feud on T.V.

Call to Action Against "Ghettopoly" from Asian Activist organization  

October 29 , 2003 Issue 121

Volume 1 Highlights

NAVAJO CODETALKERS TO RECEIVE SILVER MEDALS

Across the Americas, Indigenous Peoples Make Themselves Heard

AFN honors outstanding members 

Senate Approves $143.9 Million for Loss of Shoshone Lands

Copwatch vigilant after police spy files

1421: The Year China Discovered the World 

Volume 2  HighlightsI

Iroquois Flag to fly in Lafayette 

Tribes Form Task Force to Create American Indian University 

Program helping prepare tribal kids for casino money 

Haskell teacher challenges system 

Breakthrough Book Shatters Stereotypes of American Indians 

U.S. Department of Education Elevates Office of Indian Education 

  volume  3  Highlights

Experts speak out to save Midwestern tribal tongues 

Squamish Nation puts together CD-ROM to teach its language   

Yup'ik elder Paul John publishes his 'Stories for Future Generations' 

Reasons for state's teen suicide rate are complex, expert says 

Six Wolves Found Dead in New Mexico and Arizona 

Physics Plucks Secret of Peacock Feather Colors 

Volume 4  Highlights

Solar Storm Hits Earth

Deal Could end Trinity River Dispute, Restore Flows for Salmon 

FOREST KEEPERS 

WSU student paper's drawings called offensive 

Seneca Nation hosts premiere Indian boxers

2003 Native American Music Award Nominations

November 12 , 2003 Issue 122

Volume 1  Highlights

REz Biz

Did the Scandinavians beat Columbus to America twice?

Colombia's last nomadic tribe faces extinction

Archaic writing sheds light on Indian land claims 

Government Recognizes Seminole Freedmen

In honor of Tecumseh 

Volume 2  Highlights

Native Writers Digital Text Project

Hawaiian immersion saved the language

Ailing SHS Student Graduates Early

Occum: From a wigwam to founder of Dartmouth

Vet's Upward Bound program first in state

NASA Develops Tribal College Engineering Programs

Volume 3   Highlights

Court denies Peltier hearing

Message to Iraq 

Time's Coolest Inventions of 2003

Number of Hungry Families in U.S. Rising 

Hot Cocoa May Prevent Heart Disease 

College Diversity Cuts Binge-Drinking Rates

Volume 4  Highlights

San Diego County Indian Reservations Devastated by Fires

Forensic Expert Says Bigfoot Is Real 

Voyager Reaches Edge of Solar System

Native Runners Honoured Decades After Relay

Kids TV show puts focus on American Indian kids

Sundance scout seeks to include Native American contributions in cinema

November 26 , 2003 Issue 123

Volume 1  Highlights

National Day of Mourning

The first Thanksgiving 

Leonard Peltier's appeal denied

NCAI honors fallen heroes, listens to Democrats

Acoma Pueblo: A Mission of Resurrection 

One Man's Goal: For a Tribe to Pray in Its Own Language

Volume 2  Highlights

Head Start shakeup sparks rally 

Loss of Language and Culture

Native youth occupy church in Vancouver  

Prejudice breeds stupidity, study says 

LI Student Charged in American Indian Prank 

Return to traditions by teaching our history 

Volume 3   Highlights

U.N. Finds 'Massive' Use of Kid Soldiers 

GEORGE W. BUSH: BAD FOR NATIVE AMERICANS 

Center dedicated to reviving cultural and healing traditions 

Healing the wounded body and soul 

Brain may control type 2 diabetes

Law gives Newtok land for town site

Volume 4  Highlights

Yellowstone Buffalo Protection Act 

Fiji Plans to Give Tribes Coastal Control 

Wood Carver Brings Cherokee Little People to Life 

Heard Museum observes Day Without Art/World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, 2003  

Why the Protest of Viroqua High School’s “Little Mary Sunshine”? 

Member of Tuscarora Nation inducted into hall of fame 

December 10 , 2003 Issue 124
Volume  Highlights

 HEALING OLD WOUNDS

RUNNERS SPIRIT HELPS TRANSCEND TRAGEDY OF 1862 EXECUTION OF INDIANS

MAN HO MAY BE OLDEST LIVING VETERAN TELLS SOME 

FIJI TRIBES TO GET CONTROL OF COASTLINE

TASK FORCE NETS ARTIFACT LOOTERS

SURVIVORS OF ACTEAL MASSACRE STILL LOOKING FOR JUSTICE 

Volume 2  Highlights

  INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES DYING

AMERICAN INDIAN cHILDREN SPEAK ANCESTRAL TONGUE AT THIS SCHOOL

SCHOOL IS HAVEN WHEN CHILDREN HAVE NO HOME

HOPI HIGH SCHOOL SEEKS FOOD FOR ELDERS

HIGH SCHOOL WITHOUT SENIORS?

COMPETITION FOR NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS STIFFENS
TRIBES CONSIDER VIRTUAL COLLEGE

  Volume 3    Highlights

NICKELODEON TACKLES TOUGH ISSUES IN INDIAN COUNTRY

CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR DAKOTA KWIECINSKI

FIRST NATIONS CONTROL OWN CHILD CARE

DRUG COURT WORKS ON EARLY INTERVENTION FOR YOUTH

ZAPATISTAS CALL ON YOUTH NOT TO EMIGRATE, AVOID DRUGS, ALCOHOL

RESEARCHERS FIND FIRST HEART ATTACK GENE

Volume 4   Highlights

 ALIEN LIFE? ASTRONOMERS PREDICT CONTACT BY 2025

GREAT APES IN GREAT DANGER, SAYS U.N.

HARVESTING THE TRUCK FARM

ROD RONDEAUX: FROM COWBOY TO STUNT MAN

NATIVE MUSIC ON TAP FOR GRAMMY AWARDS

WHALE RIDER AND THE FIGHT FOR INDIGENOUS FILMS

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