Lee Surrenders to Grant at Appomattox
As this country celebrates the Civil War Sesquicentennial,...
The belief in white supremacy is a real thing that kills...
Wilma Mankiller Replace Jackson
It’s time for an update on the women organizing what some...
Information is power, and communicating it is vital....
David Duke Don Black
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Stormfront, the...
Aaron Carapella Son Sequoyah
In the beginning, there were no lines. Prior to 1492, North...
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American Indian History

ICTMN Staff
12/1/12
It’s December 1, 2012, and many around the world are counting down to the purported Mayan Apocalypse, the end of the indigenous group’s Long Count calendar...
Duane Champagne
12/1/12
The answer to the question posed by the title of this essay seems, at first glance, to actually be pretty straightforward...
Vincent Schilling
11/30/12
In a historic culmination of events leading up to the Pe’ Sla purchase deadline of November 30, the Great Sioux Nation, or Oceti Sakowin has managed to raise the $9 million necessa...
Renée Roman Nose
11/30/12
Mary Jane “MJ” Wilson Medrano was 75 when she passed on November 14 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She leaves behind family, friends, and a commitment to justice that will never fade...
ICTMN Staff
11/29/12
A commentary in the Providence Journal of Rhode Island celebrates Native American Heritage Month by talking about the constant, obvious-yet-invisible reminders that the Indigenous ...
ICTMN Staff
11/29/12
The Seminole Tribe has nominated its Council Oak Tree, a long-standing, traditional gathering place, to appear on the National Register of Historic Places, the Orlando Sentinel rep...
Konnie LeMay
11/29/12
It is the year that Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has declared a reconciliation and renounced the call from that same office in 1862 to exterminate or remove all Dakota people fro...
Richard Walker
11/29/12
Richard Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, is a newspaper editor in Kitsap County, Washington, as well as a correspondent for Indian Country Today Media Network...
Carol Berry
11/29/12
On a windswept prairie in southeastern Colorado, some people say they can still hear the cries of those killed in the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864...
Tish Leizens
11/27/12
It took more than 300 volunteers, several months of detailed construction and determination to heal misunderstandings and abuse against Native Americans three centuries ago to buil...

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