In 1964, country singer Johnny Cash released Bitter Tears:...
Can you believe everything you read? Alaska Native actress...
Rumors that Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones, The Red Road)...
When a big apparel or furnishings manufacturer looks to...
With Indian communities still smarting from the sting of...
Charlie Hill, who died on December 30, 2013, was Indian...
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Arts and Entertainment

Michelle Tirado
12/10/11
On November 1, Dr. Katherine Siva Saubel, Ph.D., a Cahuilla elder, scholar and co-founder of the Malki Museum—and one of the few fluent in the Cahuilla language —walked on...
Sonny Skyhawk
12/9/11
Women have always played an integral part in decisions, such as when the tribe moved from one place to another and even who was selected to certain societies...
Carol Berry
12/8/11
If you live between the Missouri River and the Sierra Nevada, you are where the great American reinvention machine cranks out new lives and new identities for those who, it is some...
ICTMN Staff
12/8/11
Jonathan Batkin, author of The Native American Curio Trade in New Mexico , was recently awarded the first Thaw Publication Award for Excellence in Scholarship on Native North Ameri...
Dina Gilio-Whitaker
12/8/11
In the world of American Indian art , one of the common debates among collectors and artists alike revolves around what counts as “authentic” Indian art...
ICTMN Staff
12/8/11
December 8 marks the 125th birthday of the late Diego Rivera, one of the initiators of the Mexican Muralist Movement...
ICTMN Staff
12/7/11
On Saturday, November 12, 2011, Pete Fredericks, a tribal member of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Akira Nation ( Three Affiliated Tribes ) was inducted into the first Indian National Fi...
ICTMN Staff
12/7/11
A "Pilgrims and Indians" party thrown by a Duke University fraternity on November 19 inspired a disgusted student to condemn it in the school newspaper...
ICTMN Staff
12/6/11
Talk about your posthumous awards. A Maori boxer who passed away 91-years ago has been inducted into the Maori Sports Hall of Fame...
Lee Allen
12/6/11
The Western United States is home to cactus, fiery sunsets, and ties—the most infamous of which is probably the noose necktie used to string up horse thieves from a nearby tree...

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