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Racism Built on Stupid Myth: The Broken DNA of White Supremacy
The belief in white supremacy is a real thing that kills...
5 Pictures and Sources to Celebrate Ely S. Parker
As this country celebrates the Civil War Sesquicentennial,...
Dump Jackson From the $20; Replace him with a Mankiller
It’s time for an update on the women organizing what some...
10 Fascinating Documentaries About Native Americans You Can Watch Right Now
Information is power, and communicating it is vital....
Happy Birthday America’s Nazis! Marking 20 Years of Stupid, Violent Racism
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Stormfront, the...
Changing Perceptions and Making Connections—One Map at a Time
In the beginning, there were no lines. Prior to 1492, North...
American Indian History
Mourning Dove Soars: Celebrate the First Native Woman to Publish a Novel
She was taught to read with dime novels, and according to family legend was born in a canoe between 1884 and 1888...
Native History: The Birth of Denver, From Boom to Bust to Boom
This Date in Native History: The first store in Denver, Colorado is believed to have opened on October 29, 1858, less than a month before the frontier town was incorporated and giv...
Native History: The Statue of Liberty Stands for a Legacy of Hypocrisy
This Date in Native History: On October 28, 1886 the Statue of Liberty first shined her light on the American harbors, promising freedom and liberty to all who entered...
Before Schimmel: The Indian Women Who Became Basketball Champions
Tip-off to basketball season is right around the corner. Shoni and Jude Schimmel are back at the University of Louisville, poised for another run at the national championships...
Using Google+ to Teach Native History and Culture from 900 Miles Away
Using social media in new and innovative ways is fast becoming the norm nowadays, but occasionally teachers like Mrs. Jennifer Albers come along and raise the bar even higher...
Three Affiliated Tribes Historian Selected for Community Scholar Award
Calvin Grinnell, historian for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, will be presented with the Paul V...
Christopher Columbus's Top Atrocities: The Annotated List
On Columbus Day last week, ICTMN published a story outlining an uncomfortable history regarding the exploits of Christopher Columbus and his men when he arrived to the Bahamas in 1...
Video: They Rode for Unci Maka, Grandmother Earth
They rode for Unci Maka, Grandmother Earth...
Native History: How Natives Got Railroaded By the Medicine Lodge Treaty
This Date in Native History: On October 21, 1867 the Medicine Lodge Treaty was signed in Kansas...
The Sustained Self-Sufficiency of the Five Civilized Tribes
Between 1820 and 1870, five Indian nations in the southeast adopted constitutions, engaged in for-profit cotton export, created tribal school systems, established courts, police, a...
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