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Dakota Access Ruling Postponed in DC as Archambault Lauds 'Powerful Precedent'
Resolution of construction issues involving the Dakota...
Exclusive Interview: Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II on Suit Against Dakota Access
David Archambault II, Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux...
3 Native Women Who Influenced Indian Politics and Federal Policy
The turn of the 20th century was a time of intense change...
Dakota Access Pipeline: Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Archambault Calls on Obama for Aid
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II continued...
Manning: In So Many Ways, We Have Already Won
Colonization tragically forced many indigenous people to...
Dakota Access: Peace, Prayer and Horses at Camp of the Sacred Stones [Photos]
Editor's note: ICTMN contributors Chelsey Luger and Thosh...
Native American Studies
Keeping Inuit Students Engaged: School Programs Incorporate Inuktitut, Day Care
Earlier this week we brought you Fiona Walton, a professor of education at Prince Edward Island University and recent winner of a 2012 3M National Teaching Fellowship , a prize bes...
Wabenaki-Bates-Bowdoin-Colby Collaborative Sponsors Native American Women in Academia Symposium
Four American Indian women who recently earned their Ph.Ds spoke to students March 2 at Bowdoin College in Maine, the purpose being to "bring a variety of perspectives to what it m...
National Teaching Fellowship Recipient Champions Aboriginal Secondary Education
She taught elementary school for 10 years, then decided she wanted an adventure...
Lakehead University Highlights Residential School Effects
Aboriginal Awareness Week at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay culminates today and tomorrow with a focus on how residential schools affected not just those students who survived ...
No Child Left Behind Act: A Bust in Indian Country
American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) kids have not made as much progress in reading and math under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) as politicians and educators had hoped, ...
Mural at Lethbridge College Depicts First Nations, Métis and Inuit
Lethbridge College has unveiled a mural celebrating aboriginal heritage, created by local artist and alumnus Delia Cross Child, an art teacher at Kainai High School on the Blood Re...
Gerald Vizenor: On the Cutting Edge, as Usual
Gerald Vizenor—author, critic, journalist and documentarian—is a literary power unto himself...
Meet 'Librotraficante' Tony, Purveyor of Banned Books
Never fear, Arizona schoolchildren! Tony is here to resurrect the ethnic studies program and restore banned bookdom to its rightful heirs...
Filmmaker Melissa Santoro Greyeyes-Brant Talks About 'Kinamagawin: Aboriginal Issues in the Classroom'
Post-secondary institutions are supposed to be places of learning and critical thought. But what happens when a class begins discussing aboriginal issues?...
We Are the Rez
In Indigenous Albuquerque (Texas Tech University Press, 2011), Myla Vicenti Carpio explores the complexities of urban life for Native peoples in New Mexico’s largest city...
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