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The Native American Awareness Council was formed to educate the university and wider Indiana Community about historical and contemporary issues in Native America.

The council pays special attention to the present situations of Native peoples. In keeping with our mandate of communicating international, national, and local news events related to Native America, the council would like to present the following news articles for your information:

"UK denies travel visas for Iroquois Nationals"
Indian Country Today 

"Iroquois lacrosse team banned from flying overseas: U.S. refuses to recognize tribe-issued passports" 
N.Y. Daily News 

"Native American tribe reclaims slice of the Hamptons after court victory" 
The Observer 

Seneca seller wins stay of new U.S. law on tobacco
The Buffalo News


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