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Oneida Nation Presents Check
Lakota Educator, Author Walks On
Brewer Arrested at Whiteclay Protest
Paul Frank Taps Four Native Designers
Work: Effective Complaint Management
Eight Videos About Native Mascots
Wearing Someone Else's Culture
A New York City Chat
Nobel Prize Winners Oppose Keystone XL
Crow Native Days 2013 Underway
Pocahontas, Powhatan Complex Protected
Geronimo, Sitting Bull Added to Mural
Mohawk Driver Derek White in NASCAR Race
Cherokee Nation Expands Health Center
American Indian Voting Rights Upheld
Santa Fe Indian Market Is Ultimate Venue
Power Struggles at Interior Department
Former Chickasaw Lt. Governor Walks On
Indigenous Rights Must Be Top Priority
Maine Blocks Penobscot Bingo Upgrade
Things About Skins
Federal Laws Clash Over California Massacre Site
Two federal laws are clashing on the dusty shores of...
Petroglyphs at Lava Beds Off Limits After Vandalism
After discovering damage to more than 50 petroglyphs at...
Alaska Writer Raises Money to Visit Ancestral King Island Home
Writer, poet and mother of two Jane Naviyak Kane has...
Celebrating 400 Years of the Two Row Wampum
In an effort to maintain a separate and peaceful...
I'm Not Your Indian Anymore: The AIM in Photos
Now open at All My Relations Gallery in Minneapolis is an...
Tribes Have Mixed Feelings About Tightrope Walker Coming to the Grand Canyon
Famed tightrope walker Nik Wallenda last made headlines in...
American Indian History
Sifting Evidence with British Columbia's Ancient Civilization Sleuths
Jude Isabelle, TheTyee.ca
January 25, 2013
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Natives Have an Ally in Japan
January 24, 2013
He’s been fascinated with Native American culture since he was young and that love has grown into a lifelong education for Yoshitaka “Yoshi” Iwasaki, a doctoral student at Osaka Un...
Idle No More Activists Will Rally to Save Hickory Ground
Gale Courey Toensing
January 23, 2013
The Idle No More movement will rally in Oklahoma and Alabama to protest the desecration of a sacred site...
Navajo Nation Band Enjoys Sites of Washington, D.C.
January 23, 2013
The Navajo Nation Band was invited to march in the inauguration parade on January 21 and is seen here at the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington, D.C...
Video: Northern Cheyenne Youth Braved Blizzard for Ancestors
January 22, 2013
With many wearing only T-shirts, jeans, and sneakers, 130 Cheyenne youth ran through a blizzard and below freezing temperatures to honor their ancestors...
Reader Reactions to Our Story, 'Tiny Horrors: A Chilling Reminder of How Cruel Assimilation Was—And Is'
January 22, 2013
Mary Annette Pember’s recent story on ICTMN.com about a pair of tiny handcuffs donated to Haskell University touched many people, and touched off many debates...
Women's History Pioneer Walks On
January 21, 2013
After Gerda Lerner passed away on January 2 at the age of 92 in Madison, Wisconsin, Indian Country Today Media Network’s Mary Annette Pember wrote about her relationship with Dr...
Dancing to Celebrate Totem Pole's Unveiling
January 21, 2013
Native students from Alaska, the second-largest indigenous group at Colorado’s Fort Lewis College (FLC), got some special recognition January 16 at FLC’s Native American Center whe...
Native Student Group at Northwestern Demands Recognition
January 20, 2013
A student group at Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois, is petitioning school officials to start a Native American Studies program and recognize the violent history of J...
Longhouse Destroyed in Fire, But Not All Is Lost
January 19, 2013
A disastrous fire rocked the Colville Reservation as the year ended. A news release from the office of Chairman John Sirois expressed the sorrow felt throughout the reservation...
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Johnny Depp, the 'Indian': Is...
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Sonny Skyhawk on Johnny Depp, Disney,...
Eight Videos About Native Mascots, From...
Must-See Video: Tawainese Animators...
Hold On: School Puts Off Plan to Change...
Oklahoma Tornadoes: Debate Over Funding...
Oklahoma Tornadoes: New Website...
Tornadoes Pummel Moore and Oklahoma...
The Fight for Baby Veronica, Part 5
The Fight for Baby Veronica, Part 4
The Fight for Baby Veronica, Part 3
Self-Proclaimed 'Prophet' Cindy Jacobs Warns Native Americans to Repent
U.S.'s Oldest Cave and Rock Art Discovered in Tennessee
Crazy Theories Threaten Serpent Mound, Demean Native Heritage
Eminent Domain and a Horse Slaughterhouse at Wounded Knee?
'A Name Change for the Redskins: Unpopular, Insufficient, and Necessary'
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