In the interview series Meet Native America, the...
Every Presidential election sees characters come out of the...
The following are the remarks delivered by Acting Associate...
Urban sprawl is posing many threats to Indian country when...
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Section...
An investigative piece in the Sioux Falls Argus Leader has...
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Politics

Carol Berry
2/18/11
DENVER—A red/brown divide may be perceived in some places but it’s based on a misconception, according to Colorado’s new lieutenant governor and head of both the Colorado Commissio...
Carol Berry
2/18/11
Federal justice on reservations is discriminatory and harsh, especially for youth, but recently enhanced tribal justice systems – a potential remedy – may not be easy to implement,...
ICTMN Staff
2/17/11
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Del Laverdure announced that the Bureau of Indian Affairs will be holding tribal consultation meetings for tribal leaders to rev...
ICTMN Staff
2/17/11
This video shows Part 1 of the State of Native Education Address delivered by National Indian Education Association President Mary Jane Oatman-Wak Wak February 7 in Washington, D.C...
Winona LaDuke
2/16/11
In the past 30 years, Maori activists have accomplished much in New Zealand—Maoris now even have a prominent place in the federal government...
ICTMN Staff
2/16/11
Oklahoma has the third most federally recognized tribes within its state lines. So it is a bit surprising hearing the latest figures from the Census bureau ...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/15/11
WASHINGTON – A coalition of forces has launched a Cariceri challenge in a lawsuit seeking to block the federal government’s decision to take 152 acres of land into trust for the Co...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/15/11
ALBANY, N.Y. — A Wisconsin tribe’s dream of setting up a casino in the Catskills may be fading fast...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/15/11
The Marysville School District in Washington state has $1.26 million more in educational funding this year, thanks to the Tulalip Tribes ...
ICTMN Staff
2/14/11
Thelma Rios, 65, Oglala Sioux, and one of the American Indian Movement members involved in the 1975 murder of AIM activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, died Feb...

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