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What’s Going on With Congress? A Three-Way Debate With Huge Implications for Indian Country
So what is going on with Congress? One Speaker of the House...
Salish Kootenai Dam Challenged by Montana Public Service Commission
The Montana Public Service Commission (PSC) referred to the...
ICTMN Exclusive: New Film Documents Maine’s Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission
First Light, the new independent documentary film that...
Deadly Drug in Crosshairs: IHS Funds Anti-Meth Programs
The Indian Health Service has awarded more than 100 grants...
California Native American Day Celebrates Cultural Pride and Tribal Partnerships
It was a day of cultural pride, stirring speeches and...
SCIA Hears Nine Bills, Passes Two During Business Meeting
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs addressed a variety...
Obama Gives Tribes $11.8 Million Climate Change Assist
President Barack Obama’s Tribal Climate Resilience Program continues apace, most recently with the awarding of $11.8 million to help tribes plan for and cope with climate change...
Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline Report: A Native Perspective
Mary Annette Pember
I had my first pelvic exam at age 13 in a juvenile detention center. It was a frightening, humiliating experience...
Health and Well-Being Rule at U.N. on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples the world over suffer higher rates of disease, incarceration and poverty than overall populations in the 90 countries in which they live, and on August 9, Intern...
Navajo Nation Braces for a Million Gallons of Mining Wastewater
The Navajo Nation was bracing on Saturday for the arrival of a neon-orange, heavy-metals-infused plume of mining wastewater that was flowing toward the San Juan River from the Anim...
Kathy DeCamp: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Trump Throws Down on Megyn Kelly: Rating the Republican Debate
Indians are in a peculiar position every presidential election year. The U.S. Constitution fixes responsibility for Indian policy on the federal level...
Obama Steps Up Climate Protections With Clean Power Plan
President Barack Obama is stepping up efforts to combat climate change as he nears the end of his second and last term, with tribes among the beneficiaries of new policies and gran...
Navajos Have Spoken: Voters Will Set Fluency Requirement for Top Leaders
The Navajo people have spoken...
Education Bill in Limbo As Congress Goes Home
Tanya H. Lee
The Senate on July 16 passed its version ( Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 ) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act reauthorization by an overwhelming bipartisan majority...
Cladoosby Announces Campaign for Second Term As NCAI President
In Brian Cladoosby’s term as president of the National Congress of American Indians, the organization has worked to end the era of harmful Native American mascots; partnered with o...
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