Quincy Grittmann has faith. Her faith, however, goes far...
The taking of Aboriginal children from their families and...
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Health & Wellness

Tanya H. Lee
11/29/13
Native American author, educator, activist, mother and grandmother Winona LaDuke, Anishinaabekwe, is calling on tribes to relocalize food and energy production as a means of both r...
Darla Antoine
11/28/13
Eggnog has been around for a few hundred years, and though it didn’t start out as a seasonal drink, that’s just what it’s become...
ICTMN Staff
11/27/13
Ojibwe poet Heid Erdrich's new cookbook, Original Local: Indigenous Foods, Stories, and Recipes from the Upper Midwest , brings to light the indigenous roots of the new locavore tr...
ICTMN Staff
11/27/13
A the beginning of the fall season, I remember a very large coffee chain showings ads that say, "Pumpkin Spice Latte almost here!” or something in that nature...
ICTMN Staff
11/26/13
James Arthur Ray, the purported self-help guru who led a "Spiritual Warrior" weekend retreat outside Sedona, Arizona in October 2009 at the tune of nearly $10,000 per participant t...
Konnie LeMay
11/26/13
When Heid Erdrich observed the growth of the “locavore” movement—the push to buy and consume locally grown food—she saw a disturbing lack in an otherwise laudable concept...
Eisa Ulen
11/25/13
Deaf Natives who live on isolated reservations, said Judy Cummings Stout (Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina), can often “live between two cultures,” marginalized from mainstream Ameri...
Dale Carson
11/24/13
Turkey tails, seriously? Who knew this portion of turkey that goes over the fence last would be so delicious and also controversial...
Christina Rose
11/23/13
Twins Sunny and Serena Clifford, Oglala, come face-to-face with their future in the documentary, “Young Lakota,” which airs on PBS's Independent Lens November 25 at 10 p.m...
Lee Allen
11/22/13
Before we go any further, let’s agree to disagree on the many and conflicting finer details of the first purported “Thanksgiving” dinner of 1621 where English colonists (Pilgrims) ...

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