https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/president-obama-delivers-remarks-2016-white-house-tribal-nations-conference
As the 8th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference (...
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Obama and Native nations have worked hard over eight years...
TRAHANT REPORTS—If Indian country is going to make a...
‘50 Faces of Indian Country 2016’ Magazine
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Indigenous leaders from all over the world together at the International Union for The Conservation of Nation World Conservation Congress in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations Special...
Two weeks after a joint announcement by the Departments of...
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Native American Studies

Kelly Koepke
12/3/11
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...
Kelly Koepke
10/6/11
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,...
Vincent Schilling
5/23/11
In 2006, the ambitious Model Schools for Inner Cities program (MSIC) was implemented by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)...
ICTMN Staff
2/11/11
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...
ICTMN Staff
2/4/11
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...
ICTMN Staff
1/9/11
The Gila River, a tributary to the Colorado, has long been home to the Pima and Maricopa tribes...
ICTMN Staff
1/4/11
Did you know that the tobacco plant is at least 2.5 million years old, and originated in northeastern Peru?...
ICTMN Staff
12/1/10
Arizona’s Pima Indians exceed the type 2 diabetes rate (38 percent) of the genetically similar Pima Indians in Mexico (6.9 percent) by five times, according to a 2006 study by the ...

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