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Sally Jewell Visits Bears Ears, Says Obama Will Decide on National Monument Before Leaving Office
President Barack Obama could decide whether to designate...
Home Detention for Park Service Grave Robber
When NAGPRA, the Native American Graves Protection and...
Fracking Versus Ancient Astronomy in Chaco Canyon
In what could be a win for consultation, the Bureau of Land...
Warrior Society Founder Offers Oppossing Account on Wounded Knee Deal
Despite recent reports to the contrary, James Swan, founder...
Juaneno Band of Mission Indians Get Sacred Village Land
For 12,000 years, the Acjachemen Nation lived and thrived...
4 More Sacred Places That Need Your Prayers
The 2016 National Days of Prayer to Protect Native American...
Grand Jury Discards Terrorist Charge Against Hickory Ground Protester
Gale Courey Toensing
Editor’s Note: This story has been revised per a communication and press release from the Poach Band of Creek Indians...
Dancing With the Stars Over the Ancient City of Teotihuacan, Mexico
First the big dipper drifts into view, then the stars streak across the sky in time-lapse curves...
Renewing the Sacred and the Importance of Place
Many tribal nations remember and perform ceremonies at sacred places that are not on their reservations. Do Indians have any spiritual claims to their ancient lands?...
Tribes Benefit From Portion of Nearly $1 Million in Grants to 56 National Parks
Tribal culture may benefit from some of nearly $1 million in grants awarded to 56 of the country’s 400 national parks and monuments as National Parks Week wrapped up late last mont...
Native Student Club Sponsors Multicultural Event at Oakville Indian Mounds
The Lawrence County Native American Student Club will host the 26 th Annual Multicultural Indian Event at the Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center in Alabama May 16-18...
Mississippi Water Walkers Arrive in Louisiana With Water From the River's Source
Today the mouth of the Mississippi River will drink from its source, tasting its healthier beginning and, it is hoped, remembering and healing...
A Group’s Quest to Find and Save Indian Trail Trees
In 2002, a group of retired men began hiking together once a week in the Southern Appalachian Mountains and started finding old, scenic trails they claimed nobody knew about...
Wounded Knee Historic Site Now for Sale on the Open Market
The May 1 deadline came and went without a word from the Oglala Sioux Tribe, so James Czywczynski, who owns the site of the Wounded Knee massacre, has put the land on the open mark...
Suzy Chaffee: ‘Snow Gratitude’ Ceremonies Key to Reenergizing Mother Earth
Last year, ICTMN presented a series of stories, including The Southern Utes Snow Dance Works Wonders on Weather , concerning the use of Native wisdom and tribal traditions to honor...
State Court Allows Hopi Case Against Arizona Snowbowl to Be Heard
The Hopi Tribe may have hit on a successful strategy to oppose snowmaking with reclaimed sewage on the sacred San Francisco Peaks, near Flagstaff, Arizona...
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