2012

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    Elouise Cobell: 1945-2011

    Tribal leader fought for overdue Indian royalties

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    Osama Bin Laden Operation Ended With Coded Message 'Geronimo-E KIA'

    While everyone celebrates the end of the world's most notorious terrorist, some in Indian Country are asking, "Is this still the Wild West?" Worse, a few worry about the implicit assumption that anyone Native is an enemy.

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    Remembering Lori

    On the 8th anniversary of the combat death of America's first female American Indian soldier, Pfc. Lori Piestewa, a grateful country remembers and reflects on the tragedies of war.

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    The Forgotten Border

    The prickly border dividing the United States from Mexico is cutting through theheart and soul of Native people and their lands.

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    What about Petrona Tomas?

    Federal and Florida officials talk a lot. But, when it comes to ensuring due process to Mayan immigrants, the talk is reminiscent of another U.S. era when American Indians were promised a lot but given nothing.

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    Roots of Indigenous Revolution

    Evo Morales, Bolivia's new president, promises a return to Native American rule.

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    Occupation of Alcatraz

    Nearly 30 years later, the American Indian takeover of a notorious abandoned prison is remembered.

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    A wrong turn in the desert

    More than three years after the death of the first female American Indian soldier in Iraq, some are determined not to let her be forgotten.

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    Powerful medicine

    From Lima, Peru, to Washington, D.C., the rich and powerful seek out a shaman by the name of Don Nazario.

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    Uniting North and South

    A decade after rebels in Chiapas, southern Mexico, staged an uprising, is reconciliation possible?



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