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


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• • Top ten Indian law stories of 2010. (Turtle Talk Blog) 1/3/11

• • Maine group wants to ban Indian school mascots. (AP) 12/16/10

• • Custer’s last stand was only the beginning (NYT) 12/18/10

• • Opinion: bones of contention (The New York Times) 12/12/10

• • Marshall McKay to become Autry's first Native American board chairman (The Los Angeles Times) 12/11/10

• • Oops! Sizable Native American burial ground dug up during project (The Sun Sentinal) 11/30/10

• • Pennsylvania museum told to return Alaska Tlingit artifacts (The News Tribune) 11/29/10

• • Native Americans sue feds over desert solar plant (The Arizona Daily Sun) 11/05/10

• • Stimulus greed endangers tribe's cultural history (Fox News) 11/04/10

• • NARF to celebrate 40 years (Indian Country Today) 10/22/10

• • Galanda: Completing the circle: Advancing Native inmate religious rights (Indian Country Today) 09/08/10

• • GAO: more than 120k ancestors haven't been repatriated (Indianz.com) 08/30/10

• • NAGPRA inefective in some cases (The Cherokee Phoenix) 08/20/10

• • Judge dismisesses Geronimo remains lawsuit (The New Haven Register) 08/11/10

• • 2 school districts losing American Indian mascots (JSOnline) 08/03/10

• • GAO report finds federal agencies not in compliance with NAGPRA (Indianz.com) 07/29/10

• • Nature: GAO about to release report on NAGPRA office at Interior (Indianz.com) 07/21/10

• • Native voices heard at national language summit (Indian Country Today) 07/20/1

• • Boy's right to long hair upheld (TheEagle.com) 07/10/10

• • CU-Boulder researcher finds 10,000 year-old hunting weapon in melting ice patch (rdmag.com) 06/29/10

• • NCAI delegates focus on 'sacred sovereignty' issues (Native American Times) 06/23/10

• • Native people worldwide turn to 'Healing Our Spirit' (The Native American Times) 06/14/10

• • Wis. DOT secretary apologizes for disturbing graves (Indian Country Today) 06/04/10

• • Oglala sutdent loses case on traditional dress at graduation (Indianz.com) 05/19/10

• • New law may change Indian school mascots (The Journal Times) 05/19/10

• • Kansas Senator reads apology to Native Americans (Times-News) 05/19/10

• • With state's nod, Indian's spirits can walk free (The Virginia Gazette) 05/09/10

• • Christian 'doctrine' fueled dehumanization: UNPFII report (Indian Country Today) 04/29/10

• • Doyle signs Indian mascot bill (Wisconsin Radio Network) 05/05/10

• • Fight over Lakota graduation dress heads to court (The Rapid City Journal) 05/04/10

• • Taos pueblo to restore historic village (The Taos News) 04/26/10

• • Indian mascot bill passes assembly (The Dunn County News) 04/25/10

• • Scientists ponder NAGPRA lawsuit (Indian Country Today) 04/13/10

• • Remembering first female chief of Cherokee Nation (National Public Radio) 04/07/10

• • Standing Rock puts nickname issue back in the hands of higher ed board (The Grand Forks Herald) 04/06/10

• • 33 cultural objects repatriated (Indian Country Today) 04/06/10

• • Indian religious freedom, to litigate or legislate (Library of Congress) 04/06/10

• • Museums consider challenge to new NAGPRA regulations (Indianz.com) 03/31/10

• • North Dakota court hears case on 'Fighting Sioux' name (Indianz.com) 03/24/10

• • Kennewick Man scientists angered over new federal rule (Northwest Public Radio) 03/22/10

• • California tribe hopes to woo salmon home (The New York Times) 03/20/10

• • U-M to repatriate tribe's remains (The Detroit News) 03/17/10

• • NPS finalizes rule on 'unidentifiable' ancestors (Indianz.com) 03/16/10

• • Growing the Cultural Connections Program (Indian Country Today) 03/09/10

• • Top Indian footballer contemplates Redskins suit (Indian Country Today) 03/11/10

• • Native American language preservation and maintenance (Rural Assistance Center) 03/06/10

• • Standing Rock nickname supporters report 850 signatures on petition (Grand Forks Herald) 03/02/10

• • Panel discusses Native American remains (The Michigan Daily) 02/23/10

• • Indian arts protection bill passes House (Indian Country Today) 02/19/10

• • Mascot issue to be approached carefully (Indian Country Today) 02/19/10

• • State bill would force schools to defend 'discriminatory' mascots (LaCrosse Tribune) 02/23/10

• • Kumeyaay, UCSD debate bones (sdnews.com) 02/19/10

• • Fighting Sioux lawsuit arguments set March 23 (The Dickinson Press) 02/18/10

• • Slow going for Geronimo lawsuit (Las Cruces Sun News) 02/17/10

• • HTA allocates $600k to programs that cultivate Native Hawaiian culture (The Maui News) 02/18/10

• • NAGPRA suffers surprising proposed budget cut (Indian Country Today) 02/07/10

• • Sucking the Quileute Dry (The New York Times ) 02/07/10

• • Rights are sometimes absent in Indian country (Indian Country Today ) 02/05/10

• • State senator postpones Indian mascot bill (The Greeley Tribune) 02/03/10

• • Bill addresses hot-button topic of American Indian mascots (The Denver Post ) 01/21/10

• • Tribal push to regulate Native ceremonies (High Country News) 01/20/10

• • Hale files bill to regulate Native American rituals (Arizona Capitol Times ) 01/19/10

• • Native American tribal leaders and Cape Cod and Island Stakeholders propose solution to protect key historic and cultural resource (The Street Insider) 01/13/10

 

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