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Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
Allow Paddling on National Park Rivers?
Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
A Musher’s Tale of Triumph
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ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
Indian Country Braces for ICWA Battle
We Must Overcome Hardships
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Chickasaw Names Tribal Health Officer
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Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
Native Americans and Eye Disease
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Thing About Skins
Huge Sculpture Commemorating Choctaw Kindness Takes Shape in Ireland
Plans are underway to erect a sculpture that memorializes...
Statue of Chief Joseph Recommended for U.S. Capitol
A state commission has recommended to legislators that...
What Do You Think of When You Hear Navajo? Here Are 7 More Iconic Images
Mountains on the Navajo Nation reach elevations of 10,000...
Trail of Tears: From a Middle School Student's Perspective
This persuasive essay was submitted to ICTMN by Matthew...
'Island of the Blue Dolphins' Woman Connected to Pechanga Band, Says Navy
Many young readers (or readers who were once young) are...
What One Spoon Can Mean Through Generations: An Essay Winner Explains
Each year the Young Native Writers Essay Contest encourages...
American Indian History
Alberta Mounties Will Investigate Aboriginal Petroglyph Damage
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are investigating the September 9 desecration of Glenwood Erratic, an ancient aboriginal sacred site in Alberta, Canada ...
Aboriginal Petroglyphs Destroyed By Vandals Armed With Acid and a Drill
A rock drill, acid and a power washer; it’s not the beginning of a joke about a hardware store—it’s what was used by cultural vandals to destroy aboriginal pictograms and petroglyp...
Video: Wes Studi and Irene Bedard Discuss 'The Beloved Woman'
In July of 2012, Wes Studi, Best known for his movie roles in Dances with Wolves , The Last of the Mohicans , Geronimo and box-office blockbuster Avatar , and Irene Bedard, who ser...
Chickasaw Nation Wins People’s Choice Award at Olympics of Mapmaking Event
Combining old world style map design—hand-drawn images that tell a story about the data on the map—with new technology led the Chickasaw Nation’s GeoSpatial Information Department ...
Video Spotlight: U.S-Dakota War of 1862
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 , this video includes interviews with Dan Spock, director of the Minnesota Historical Society, Ian Lilligren, a ...
Ku Klux Klan Founder Could Be Getting Expanded Monument in Selma, Alabama
Plans for an expanded monument to honor Confederate Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest in Selma, Alabama have raised controversy...
Pe’ Sla Owners Accept $9M Offer from Tribes
In a historic victory for American Indian tribes, the owners of the sacred site Pe’ Sla have agreed to an offer of $9 million to purchase an approximate 1,900 acres of land also kn...
Andrew Jackson: Worst and Most Terrifying U.S. President
He won the top spot on our worst U.S...
The Battle For Hickory Ground
Gale Courey Toensing
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples says Indigenous Peoples have the right to “free, prior and informed consent” before their cultural, intellectual,...
Video Spotlight: The Importance of Language
This video begins with students saying they don't know their native language and pointing out that one-third of indigenous languages still spoken in the United States have fewer th...
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