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  • Redskins Trademark Name Disparages Native Americans; Is Cancelled by U.S. Patent Office
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: Think Progress

    This news article talks about the cancellation by the U.S. Patent Office of the trademark "Redskins" for the Washington NFL franchise, and the 7 points by which the federal agency based its landmark decision, which prove the name "Redskins" disparages Native Americans. The law prohibits trademarks on disparaging terms, Think Progress reports. The 7 points serving as evid ...
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  • Donning of Native American Traditional Wear for Photoshoots is Wrong
    By: Consuelo Fajota
    News Source: The Christian Post

    The news commentary is based on reports that Heidi Klum shared photos from a photoshoot inspired by Native American costumes, and this action drew strong criticisms from Native Americans and others. The anger and hurt the incident caused was not only about her posting those photos, but what those photos revealed: the disrespect for traditional Native American clothes, and insensitivity to thei ...
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  • Congress, President Still Ignoring Obligation to Indian Health Care
    By: Catherine Komp
    News Source: The New Standard

    Despite a widely acknowledged obligation to provide for the well-being of American Indians, the federal government has allowed Native health and healthcare to decay horribly. ...
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  • What every schoolboy knows' ... is often puerile and wrong
    By: Editors Report / Indian Countr
    News Source: Indian Country Times

    When bad conscience nags at federal judges who base their Indian law decisions on the "doctrine of Christian discovery," they sometimes invoke an even more disreputable legal justification for European theft of Native lands. This is the so-called "right by conquest." It is re-emerging as the Supreme Court slams the door on decades of Indian land suits, first the Cayuga case ...
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  • Let Geronimo's Descendants Decide
    By: Brett Ames 2006-31-5
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    Many people believe the skull of Geronimo was stolen in 1918 from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, by gravediggers, and that the people who were involved in the theft were members of the high society group called the Skull and Bones. Just recently a very important document dating from 1918 was discovered that seems to confirm that Geronimo’s skull was in fact dug up, and is currently sitting on a she ...
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  • Microsoft Diversity Efforts Open Doors for Minority Students
    By: i-newswire
    News Source: i-newswire

    Before taking his first tour of Microsoft's corporate headquarters, Jonathan Porter wondered if contemplating a career in IT was a waste of time. He remembers even asking one of his friends if any African-Americans actually work for the software company. He was only half-joking. From his vantage point, the question was logical. Porter attended Garfield High School in the inner-city of Seatt ...
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  • The Good Red Road
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source: The Sierra Times

    There is a Lakota American Indian prophecy that speaks of the path their nation will take in the emerging (so-called) "End Times." As my American Indian spiritual father (a former U.S. Army special forces soldier) recently told this writer, ". . . It is said . . . The Lakota Nation is always walking to the South." It is in that direction on The Good Red Road that we are tr ...
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  • Tribe unveils plan to create $20M aviation facility
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source:

    PLEASANT POINT - The Passamaquoddy Tribe on Thursday unveiled plans to build a $20 million aviation and aerospace maintenance and manufacturing company that they claim could employ upwards of 2,000 people. But before the project can move forward, the tribe will have to create a $400,000 business plan and seek either federal or private funding. Depending on the funding, the tribe would own anywh ...
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  • Civil Rights leaders' actions message, reached across ethnic lines
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source: The Monitor

    Like many college students, Bruce Hartford was "an aimless, bored - you know, typical - teenager." "I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and I was not a very good student," he said. That year, 1963, a friend invited him to an activist-group meeting. Hartford knew nothing about the cause, but he went along out of curiosity - and, admittedly, boredom. At the ...
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  • Siyeh signs with NAB to fund construction of new casino Heritage Center
    By: DiversityWorking staff
    News Source: Glacier Reporter

    "We signed the documents today with the Tribal Council, Native American Bank and Siyeh to secure funding for the project," said Siyeh Development Corp. manager Dennis Fitzpatrick Thursday, Jan. 6. Fitzpatrick was speaking of an agreement reached among the three entities that will permit construction of a new bingo hall near the Museum of the Plains Indian, the North American Indian Da ...
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