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Democracy Now! In-Depth on Dakota Access
Rally Outside Dakota Access Law Offices
Project to Study Public View of Natives
Welcome to School, Here's a Headdress
Ya’ah’tee, Jacoby Ellsbury! Yankees Star
Deadly Waters in Northern First Nations
Massive Navajo Corruption Case Sentences
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 5000 Third Time
The Unfulfilled Promise of JFK
The Ties That Bind: Part 1
Hemp: The Next Big Cash Crop for Tribes?
Watch: Archambault on MSNBC 8/29 at 9:45
A Day in the Life of Water Protectors
Register Now: AMERIND Risk Institute
Pii Paash's Recycled-Wastewater Concerns
Vandalism Endangers NM Petroglyph Site
For Adults Only
Racing Clock on Indigenous Issues
The Week That Was: August 28, 2016
Dakota Pipeline & 'Law of Christendom’
Thing About Skins
Harry S. Truman: Beginning of Indian Termination Era
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th...
Aliens and Predators I: Hunter-Gatherers as Prey
You can’t steal something that has no owner, and this...
Make Mine a PB&J! Peanut Has Indigenous Roots
In modern American society, the peanut is ubiquitous....
Black Elk Peak ‘Answer to Many Prayers’: Basil Brave Heart
ICTMN caught up with Basil Brave Heart, Oglala Lakota...
The Death of the Bering Strait Theory
Two new studies have now, finally, put an end to the long-...
Breaking: Black Elk Peak Soars Above The He Sapa, No Longer Harney Peak
UPDATED at 4:19: To clarify comments by Lou Yost. When news...
American Indian History
Wakarusa Wetlands Dispute Decided in Tenth Circuit Court
A group of students from Haskell Indian Nations University lost a major skirmish in their battle to save the Wakarusa Wetlands, long associated with Haskell history and traditional...
Oneida Indian Nation Donates $10M to Museum of The American Revolution
This morning, Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter and other OIN leaders joined the leadership of The American Revolution Center in Washington, D.C...
New York-Size Ancient Native City Offers an 'Indiana Jones Moment'
As more details emerge about the ancient city dubbed Mantle, near Toronto, Ontario, it is becoming clear that this is one of the major archaeological discoveries ever made in North...
Joseph Bruchac Takes Center Stage for Storytelling Live!
Abenaki storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac is this week's storyteller in residence at the Mary B. Martin Storytelling Hall...
Commemorating the Beginning of the War of 1812 on Mackinac Island
In the first “battle” on U.S. soil during the War of 1812, the British won the day without a shot fired at an enemy...
Indigenous Nations Prefer Citizenship to Secession, Though Some Have Tried
Stay or go? When it comes to Indian tribes and the United States, the answer has almost always been the former. And for that, there are many reasons. When the U.S...
How Did a Spanish Axe Wind Up in Toronto 100 Years Before Europeans?
Curse of The Axe is a documentary about the archeological discovery of Mantle, the largest Huron First Nations village discovered to date...
Digging Deep Into the World of the Fremont Indians
It’s usually painful to dig up the past. But for some Brigham Young University students, unearthing the past has been downright thrilling...
Money Made, Money Lost? Leases on Former Fort Lewis College Campus Raise Ire
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
Members of the Southwest Conservation Corps, a nonprofit that works on local land-conservation projects, unload gear into one of the historic buildings on the old Fort Lewis Colleg...
Clovis vs. Beringia: Europe or Siberia? A Review of Across Atlantic Ice
We’ve all heard the prevailing theory of how American Indians came to North America...
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