In an August 19 article, Marie Claire featured eight young...
Indigenous people, primarily the Chumash, inhabited the...
A court order could destroy the testimony of 30,000 to 40,...
Michael Pace hoists a tomahawk over his head, steps forward...
Each year, teachers with no background or understanding of...
When we speak of the contributions indigenous cultures of...
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American Indian History

ICTMN Staff
12/1/12
It’s December 1, 2012, and many around the world are counting down to the purported Mayan Apocalypse, the end of the indigenous group’s Long Count calendar...
Duane Champagne
12/1/12
The answer to the question posed by the title of this essay seems, at first glance, to actually be pretty straightforward...
Vincent Schilling
11/30/12
In a historic culmination of events leading up to the Pe’ Sla purchase deadline of November 30, the Great Sioux Nation, or Oceti Sakowin has managed to raise the $9 million necessa...
Renée Roman Nose
11/30/12
Mary Jane “MJ” Wilson Medrano was 75 when she passed on November 14 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She leaves behind family, friends, and a commitment to justice that will never fade...
ICTMN Staff
11/29/12
A commentary in the Providence Journal of Rhode Island celebrates Native American Heritage Month by talking about the constant, obvious-yet-invisible reminders that the Indigenous ...
ICTMN Staff
11/29/12
The Seminole Tribe has nominated its Council Oak Tree, a long-standing, traditional gathering place, to appear on the National Register of Historic Places, the Orlando Sentinel rep...
Konnie LeMay
11/29/12
It is the year that Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has declared a reconciliation and renounced the call from that same office in 1862 to exterminate or remove all Dakota people fro...
Richard Walker
11/29/12
Richard Walker, Mexican/Yaqui, is a newspaper editor in Kitsap County, Washington, as well as a correspondent for Indian Country Today Media Network...
Carol Berry
11/29/12
On a windswept prairie in southeastern Colorado, some people say they can still hear the cries of those killed in the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864...
Tish Leizens
11/27/12
It took more than 300 volunteers, several months of detailed construction and determination to heal misunderstandings and abuse against Native Americans three centuries ago to buil...

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