Home

Indian Law Bulletins  |  News  |  Archives  |  2005 Culture and Traditions


A service of the National Indian Law Library of the Native American Rights Fund


Arrangement:

Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.


Notes:

Please note: At the time that these news stories were initially indexed by the National Indian Law Library, access to the stories was free. Sources such as the New York Times and L. A. Times may require a Login and Password, even if acccess is free. Please contact the National Indian Law Library if you need help accessing an article or feel we missed an important one.


Links:

Links to news stories may not be functional over time; they may become broken as news agencies reorganize articles on their websites. But links are not removed in the event that they assist you in finding the article at a later date. Contact NILL or your local librarian for help retrieving articles if links are broken.

• • Forum, 12-10: Meade County ignores Indian traditions (Rapid City Journal) 12/10/05

• • No feather in their caps (Washington Times) 11/22/05

• • Supreme Court weighs use of hallucinogen in worship (AP) 11/2/05

• • Federal legislation being considered to clear way for Makah to hunt whales (Peninsula Daily News) 10/21/05

• • Whale-hunt options aired (Seattle Times) 10/19/05

• • House Resources Committee to take up Makah bill (Indianz.com) 10/18/05

• • Second whaling hearing brings Makah, activists face to face (Peninsula Daily News) 10/7/05

• • Second whaling hearing brings Makah, activists face to face (Peninsula Daily News) 10/7/05

• • DSS hearing turns into racial debate (Rapid City Journal) 10/4/05

• • Lawyers call for native on top court [Canada] (Globe and Mail) 10/4/05

• • Makah to continue whaling (Indian Country Today) 10/3/05

• • Tribal members making Sonora pilgrimage (Arizona Daily Star) 9/29/05

• • Minority women face cultural barriers (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 9/28/05

• • MINNESOTA: Program seeks volunteers to monitor court cases involving
American Indians (Grand Forks Herald) 9/27/05

• • Governor: Study Indian justice (Billings Gazette) 9/23/05

• • Oneida honored for cultural revitalization (Appleton Post-Crescent) 9/22/05

• • In Petition to Government, Tribe Hopes for Return to Whaling Past (New York Times) 9/19/05

• • Wild rice sales are booming; threat of contamination looms
(Minnesota Public Radion) 9/19/05

• • American Indian Cultural Center receives grant (Oklahoman) 9/14/05

• • Powwow a celebration of heritage (Delaware News Journal) 9/11/05

• • Uncovering the past (St. Petersburgh Times) 9/9/05

• • Walrus hunt won't suffer from prying eyes (Anchorage Daily News) 9/8/05

• • Revered keeper of Piegen tongue, cultural icon dies (Great Falls Tribune) 8/30/05

• • Sam Hurst, 8-28: Create advanced placement academy for Indians (Rapid City Journal) 8/28/05

• • Native American Rights Fund celebrates 35 years (Indian Country Today) 8/26/05

• • Official in Racial Profiling Study Demoted (Washington Post) 8/25/05

• • Native American Rights Fund celebrates 35 years (Indian Country Today) 8/19/05

• • Native American Rights Fund celebrates 35 years (Indian Country Today) 8/19/05

• • NORAD drops terms (Indian Country Today) 8/19/05

• • Sam Hurst, 8-14: Indian women still feel genocide (Rapid City Journal) 8/14/05

• • Modern-day warrior society (Indian Country Today) 8/12/05

• • FSU blasts NCAA playoff Indian mascot ban (espn.com) 8/5/05

Environment & Energy

• • Radiation Limits for Waste Site Proposed (Washington Post) 8/10/05

• • Rider against Oklahoma tribes blamed on Inhofe (Indianz.com) 8/9/05

• • Alaskan people tell of climate change (BBC News) 8/7/05

• • Native American Indians Take Measures to Hold Onto Their Culture (Voice of America) 8/3/05

• • Navajo Nation president signs peyote bill into law (Farmington Daily Times) 8/1/05

• • Appeals court keeps 'Redskins' lawsuit alive (Indianz.com) 7/18/05

• • Mesa family preserves Apache culture (Arizona Republic) 7/18/05

• • Annual gathering draws Native American tribes to Montana (The Advocate) 7/10/05

• • Sweat lodge in the pen (The News and Observer) 7/1/05

• • Celebration, setbacks for gay indigenous people (S.F. Chronicle) 6/28/05

• • Peyote advocate charged with illegal possession, distribution (Salt Lake Tribune) 6/24/05

• • Corps of Discovery II is here (The Havre Daily News) 6/17/05

• • Snowmaking approved at Snowbowl, tribes head to court (Arizona Republic) 6/10/05

• • Cultural Tie Gets in the Way Of Graduation (Washington Post) 6/10/05

• • We should not be denied our right to harvest whales (The Seatle Times) 6/2/05

• • Supreme Court Rules in Ohio Prison Case (New York Times) 6/1/05

• • Indians sue, cite abuse at Catholic elementary (Argus Leader) 5/20/05

• • NCAA ponders future of Indian nicknames (USA Today) 5/16/05

• • Medicine man may still face battle to get peyote back (Daily Herald) 5/6/05

• • Miami tribe begins reclamation of its language with dictionary (The Columbus Dispatch) 5/04/05

• • Church founder sues for the return of peyote seized in Utah County (Salt Lake Tribune) 4/28/05

• • Olympic emblem not a winner with First Nations (CBC British Columbia) 4/26/05

• • American Indian taking 25-dollar ticket to state's highest court (NBC 3 WSTM) 4/27/05

• • High Court Asked to End Religious Teatime (Legal Times) 4/14/05

• • Culture alive (The Press Enterprise) 4/12/05

• • Appeals court to hear dispute over 'Redskins' names (Indianz.com) 4/4/05

• • Appeals court to hear dispute over 'Redskins' names (Indianz.com) 4/4/05

• • Dictionary reveals tribe's lost language (The Oklahoman) 3/6/05

• • Tribe settles suit against artist (Union Democrat) 3/9/05

• • Catawba tribe strives to save its tradition of making pottery (The Sun News) 2/17/05

• • Last few Whulshootseed speakers spread the word (The Seattle Times) 2/8/05

• • Fry bread could get state designation (Capital Journal) 2/7/05

• • Spiritual program funding is axed (Gallup Independant) 1/24/05

• • Smithsonian joins [Utah] to log tribal languages (Desert News) 1/17/05

• • Keeping their words (The Press-Enterprise) 1/17/05

• • Tribal voices rise again (The Daily Advertiser) 1/14/05

• • Details negotiated in deal with Indian inmates (Omaha World-Herald) 1/5/05

 

Home  |   Search  |   Disclaimer  |   Privacy Statement  |   Site Map