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Treaty Rights Challenged in Elk Hunting
Women Reverends Challenge Stereotypes
Luger: Events Bring Awareness to #MMIW
Getting a CT Town to Change Its Mascot
Gogebic Taconite Putting Mine on Hold
The Trolls, Witches & Sorcerers of Chile
Zahn McClarnon: Fans Saved 'Longmire'
The Importance of Buffalo to the Lakota
Poem: 'Cast Out Your Net, Billy Frank'
Moving On Up: This Week in Promotions
Osage Makes Language a Priority
Blasphemy: Turning a Killer Into a Saint
Native Edge Business Portal to be Unveil
First Tribal Marijuana Conference
New Visions for New Times
Soctomah Committed to His Native Roots
The Week That Was
'The Guardian' Is a Symbol for All
Jude Schimmel Honored With 'Jude Song'
SCIA Hearing Highlights Responsibilities
Thing About Skins
Crow Official Fights for Treaty Rights to Hunt Elk
Grants Will Help Ojibwe Language Preservation Efforts
Faculty members at The College of St. Scholastica have...
'Aboriginal' Featured as New York Times Word of the Day
The New York Times on Friday January 23 chose “aboriginal”...
How Technology Is Helping Modern Language Revitalization Efforts, Part 3
Previously we discussed a variety of websites available for...
Hawaiian Language Teacher Training Gets $25K Award
The Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation and the Henry...
What Happened This Year In Education: 9 Popular Stories
There was plenty of controversy in schools this year,...
Language Preservation Efforts and a Birch Bark Canoe Build at UMass Amherst
A University of Massachusetts Amherst anthropologist has...
Canada’s First Christmas Carol Was in Huron Language
Around the world, voices are lifted in song to celebrate the birth of the baby Jesus...
Storytellers Series: Gluskonba and the Snow Bird
Joseph and Jesse Bruchac
Abenaki storytellers Joseph Bruchac and his son Jesse tell the story of Gluskonba and the Snow Bird in English and Abenkai: Kita. N8wad sahagipebonek...
Achievements Abound for Native American Languages in 2011
Even though statistics say Native American languages are endangered and the U.S...
Cherokee Nation Joins International Language Consortium
The Cherokee Nation has joined the Unicode Consortium, a nonprofit formed in 1987 to set international software standards, to help promote growth in use of the Cherokee language...
How Do You Prove You're an Indian?
Read Matthew L.M. Fletcher's response to Treuer's opinion piece at Turtle Talk ...
Sequoyah Students Chosen to Decorate Native Christmas Tree at Capitol
Cherokee Nation students from Sequoyah Schools were recently chosen as one of 44 school groups in Oklahoma to decorate a tree during the Governor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony...
Lakota Berenstain Bears 'Double Dare'
Every week ICTMN is posting a different episode of the Lakota language version of Berenstain Bears , or Mat?ó Waú?šila Thiwáhe—The Compassionate Bear Family...
Mom Turned Author Creates Aboriginal Children’s Character
Faced with two sons learning to read and no dual-language books at her disposal, Emilie Corbiere took matters into her own hands...
Census Finds Less Than a Half-Million Native American Language Speakers
According to a December 14th Associated Press story, Navajo is the most spoken Native American language with 169,000 speakers...
Report Reveals Government Working With Tribal Leaders, Educators
Insufficient funding, dilapidated school facilities, impossible teacher retention, inadequate transportation, junk food, hunger, alcoholism, drugs, and little to no student confide...
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