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The Week That Was: May 1, 2016
Navajo Modern Day Trading Post
Native Suicide: Intergenerational Trauma
Kinship and Tribal Nations
N8V Writers Selected for LA Writers Lab
Songs for Water Raise Money for Walks
NMAI Profile: Jim Taylor
I Do Not Enjoy The Spring
Marika Trujillo Crowned Miss Indian UNM
Clinton: Trump 'Off the Reservation'
Colorado Senate Slated to Kill Bill
Musician Tony Enos: Welcoming 2 Spirits
Manning: A Bitter Sweet Anniversary
Pump You Up! Native Men Empowered in NM
Toronto 2nd City Hosting Diversity Wknd
Protecting 1.7mn Acres Near Grand Canyon
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Hires MTGA
Homeless Kitty; Sleepless Prince
Diabetic Wound Care in Cuba
Poems on Birth, Death & Pawnee Cosmology
Thing About Skins
Musician Tony Enos: Welcoming Two Spirit Family Back Into The Hoop
Eastern Band Cherokee and Native Philadelphian singer/...
Teen Vogue Highlights Native Teen Model
Teen Vogue has highlighted 7 ethnically-diverse teens in a...
Bill to Abolish Columbus Day in Colorado Dies
A bill that would have repealed Columbus Day as a state-...
Audit: 19 Tribal Schools in Arizona Went Uninspected for Four Years
At least 19 tribal schools in Arizona went four years or...
School Seal Celebrating Genocide Protested by New Mexico Students
Native students at the University of New Mexico are...
No More Squaw Bay: Name Change Coming
A Washington state committee will give final consideration...
Native American Studies
'Native America': Documenting Native Life Truthfully and Honestly
Adam R. Sings In The Timber
Montana-based visual journalist Adam Sings In The Timber, Crow, created and shared with ICTMN the following short video, "Native America," containing some of his photography docume...
Reader Reactions to Our Story, 'Tiny Horrors: A Chilling Reminder of How Cruel Assimilation Was—And Is'
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...
Indian Assimilation: The Mystery of the Tiny Handcuffs, Solved
Mary Annette Pember
Shane Murray vividly recalls the scowl on the face of the young Native woman at Haskell Indian Nation University’s Cultural Center when he placed a pair of tiny handcuffs on her de...
Tiny Horrors: A Chilling Reminder of How Cruel Assimilation Was—And Is
Mary Annette Pember
For such small objects, the child’s handcuffs are surprisingly heavy when cradled in the palms of one’s hand...
Native Storyteller Robert Wapahi, Dakota, to Present at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Dakota Sioux storyteller and visual artist Robert Wapahi of Chicago will present “Stories of Families,” a program of traditional, historical, and true contemporary tales for all ag...
Ambitious and Controversial School Attempts to Save the Mohawk Language and Culture
In 1988 a few parents in the Mohawk community of Kahnawà:ke, 15 miles southwest of Montreal, decided to try to preserve the language of their elders by teaching it to their toddler...
Kolodny’s In Search of First Contact Rewrites History, and Then Some
Gale Courey Toensing
In her extraordinary book In Search of First Contact: The Vikings of Vinland, the Peoples of the Dawnland, and the Anglo-American Anxiety of Discovery (Duke University Press Books,...
Student Leverages Her Glamour Award Money to Generate More Funds for her Lakota Nonprofit
Maggie Dunne In April 2012, Glamour Magazine honored Maggie Dunne, a junior at Colgate University majoring in Native American Studies, the Grand Prize for its Top 10 College Women ...
Groundbreaking Mag Celebrates Native Women; Now in Multiple Platforms for Classrooms
To create Native Daughters magazine, Jordan Pascale, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) journalism student, stepped into a Pine Ridge, South Dakota sweat lodge in the fall of 2...
Leona Makokis: From Residential School to 'Indspiring' Educator
As the second of 13 children, Leona Makokis (Saddle Lake Cree Nation) is no stranger to hard work...
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