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Sacred Site Under Siege—Ravaging the Past
A fire glows outside a sweat lodge, where Western Shoshones...
Ray Halbritter Discusses Native Imagery in Sports at Carlisle Journeys
Operated from 1879 to 1918 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, the...
ICTMN’s Vincent Schilling Discusses Columbus Day on HuffPo LiveStream
ICTMN’s Arts and Entertainment editor Vincent Schilling (...
Seattle Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day [11 Images]
Yesterday, the City of Seattle celebrated Indigenous...
George H.W. Bush: Establishing NMAI, NAGPRA; Corruption in BIA
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Columbus Did Not Kill Us All: Taino Documentary Proves It
Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Alex Zacarias recently spoke...
American Indian History
New Website Details Painful Chapter in History, Addresses the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862
The Minnesota Historical Society has launched a website enriched with video, audio and interactive tools to illuminate a profoundly important time in Minnesota and U.S...
Turtle Island Catholics Witness Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha's Elevation to Sainthood
More than 2,000 Mohawks and other indigenous from Turtle Island gathered in Rome to witness the canonization today of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, who lived and died 300 years ago bu...
Turtle Island Indigenous Flock to Vatican to Witness Kateri Tekakwitha’s Canonization
From Nova Scotia to British Columbia, and from Mohawk communities in the Northeast to the Yakama in Washington state, First Nations citizens and American Indians streamed to the Va...
White House Delegation to Vatican Includes Mohawk Nun Who Brought Kateri Tekakwitha Miracle
A Mohawk nun is part of a Presidential delegation attending the canonization mass of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha and Blessed Marianne Cope at the Vatican in Rome...
Vatican’s Canonization Ceremony for Kateri Tekakwitha Today
For those familiar with canonization, today’s ceremony may look different than those they’ve seen in the past...
Maidu Indians Oppose Logging By Pacific Gas and Electric Company in Humbug Valley
Maidu Indians in Northern California’s Humbug Valley are protesting a massive logging enterprise on land the tribe lost generations ago...
Celebrate Blessed Kateri’s Canonization in the Valley Where She Was Born and Raised
There are an estimated 680,000 American Indian Catholics in the U.S...
Educator Spotlight: Norma Marshall
Norma Marshall, of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma, is a student advisor and instructor of Native American Studies at the College of the Muscogee Nation in Okmulgee, Oklaho...
Prayer Vigil for Blessed Kateri in Kahnawake
Blessed Kateri 's tomb is found at St. Francis Xavier Mission in the Mohawk Nation at Kahnawake, near Montreal, Quebec...
Lummi Boy Whose Recovery Was Decreed a Miracle Attributed to the Help of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Travels to Rome to Meet the Pope
On Sunday, October 21, Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha will be canonized at the Vatican as the first American Indian saint in the Catholic Church...
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