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I Am Not Your Mascot, Biloxi!
Clinton Vies For Native American Support
Navajo Administration Forges On
Navajo Nation to Implement Jobs Program
'Native Guitars' to Rock ABQ April 22-24
Climate Change in Court in Europe
Maine Gov. Rejects Tribal Sovereignty
Racism Built on Stupid Myth
5 Pictures to Celebrate Ely S. Parker
Navajo Election: How We Got Here?
INFR Using Native Judges
Colonialism as Trickster
Agua Caliente’s Legal Tug-of-War
Inuit Fight to Save Marine Livelihood
‘Sovereignty’ vs. Original Independence
The Week That Was
Video: Strawberry Queen Talks Frugality
NMAI Profile: Robert J. Welch Jr.
Marijuana Is Not Harmless
Miss Indian World to End Reign
Thing About Skins
Stop Underwater Slaughter! The Desperate Fight to Save Sea Creatures From Death by Sound
As the rush to locate new oil reserves intensifies and...
Marlon Brando and Billy Frank: Gyasi Ross Pays Poetic Tribute [Video]
Gyasi Ross currently signs his columns for ICTMN "Editor at...
Native Cooking: When Spring Hits, It’s Time for Asparagus
It feels so good to write the word “spring”—even thinking...
Lauded Activist Suzan Shown Harjo to be Honored by Cheyenne, Arapaho
Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Suzan Shown Harjo...
Blending Modern and Traditional—Puyallup Tribe Opens Oncology Center
This is the new look of cancer treatment: A blend of modern...
‘Can-Do’ Attitude of New SCIA Chair Raises Hopes in Indian Country
Thursday marked the first 100 days of the Senate Committee...
Native American Studies
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...
Summer Policy Academy Teaches Core Values to Students
This summer, 25 New Mexico high school students gathered for four weeks of intensive study and discussion of issues important to them and their communities—issues like health care,...
Toronto Schools Promote Multicultural Teaching and Learning
In 2006, the ambitious Model Schools for Inner Cities program (MSIC) was implemented by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)...
Native American Ingenuity: Food Edition
The scope of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, D.C., is mind-boggling—825,000 items representing more than 12,000 years of history—and one of the rea...
Native Americans Who Found Life in Death Valley
Death Valley. The name evokes a bleached and desiccated ox skull on a vast alkali flat, a desert night snake hiding in the cool shade of its cranial vault...
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