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HEADLINES November 1, 2011

"The Great Mystery"
Robert Taylor,
Crow/Blackfeet/Osage/Cherokee/Black Dutch

"I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just."
Thomas Jefferson

 Volume 1

Elouise Cobell Dies at 65; Native American Activist

Six Nations: The Oldest Living Participatory Democracy on Earth  
Native Perspective: Seeing a "Missing Link"    (Plymouth, Mass.)

Savings Touted in End to Bilingual Program

 AFN Names Award Winners at Convention

Why Native Americans Fight and Die for the Same U.S. Army That Slew Their Ancestors

  Single Mother of Four, Grandmother, and Company Commander in Afghanistan

 Volume 2

[1620 - 1995]  The Canadian Holocaust: The Indian Residential School Timeline

University of Manitoba President Apologizes for How Native Tribes Were Educated

Blackfoot Nation Chief Speaks to FFA Convention-goers

Elders and Youth Conference Sets Stage for Alaska Federation of Natives

Unheard Voices Brings American Indians Together

Elders Bring Cultural Wisdom to SFU Campuses

Top 200 List of Four-Year Colleges and Universities Geared Towards Native American Students

Volume 3

Texas Officials Censored Climate Change Report

Poison Oak Planted to Protect Feather River Burial Ground 

PAK Fitness Videos and Toolkit from IHS

Traditional Foods Go Digital  

SAMHSA Awards Up To $6.4 Million in Grants for Children's Mental Health Systems in AI/AN Communities 

Psychology Students Bring "Much Needed" Aid to Nebraska Reservations

American Indians Fall Through the Health Care Cracks

Volume 4  

Life's Beauties, Life's Tragedies

Choctaw Stickball: A Fierce, Ancient Game Deep in Mississippi

Cherokee Music Veteran Receives Grammy Nomination for her Nanyehi Project

U.S. and Russian Scientists Target Elusive Siberian Snowman

World's Largest Shark Sanctuary Declared in Central Pacific

No Longer Circling the Wagons: Many National Parks Get Indian Stories Wrong

Peace Pipe Trophy a Thing of the Past

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