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Trahant Tells PBS NewsHour How Important Native Vote Is in Montana
Mark Trahant, an Indian Country Today Media Network...
Wolf Connection to Join 13 Indigenous Grandmothers in Montana
The 11th Gathering of the International Council of 13...
Chasing Ice: New Documentary Depicting Arctic Ice Melt Underscored by Superstorm Sandy
A hauntingly beautiful and subtly terrifying new movie out...
Lost Dogs of Superstorm Sandy
Superstorm Sandy ravaged the tri-state area last week...
Video: Code Talker Joe Kellwood Sings the Marine Corps Hymn in Navajo
Today the U.S. Marine Corps turns 237. Founded in 1775, the...
Inside the Bakken: A Documentary Commences To Describe Life on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
Time was when traffic in North Dakota’s portion of the...
The Beautiful Voice of Kahara Hodges, Singing in Navajo Before ASU Basketball Game
In Tempe, Arizona, before tip-off of the February 24 Arizona State University women's basketball game versus the University of Arizona, vocalist Kahara Hodges, Navajo, sang the Nat...
Native Lacrosse Players Among Early Contenders for 2013 Tewaaraton Award
The Tewaaraton Foundation has announced the 2013 Tewaaraton Award men’s and women’s watch lists...
Tyonek People in Alaska Set Month of March to Be Friendly: It's Time for the Ida’ina Gathering
What started two years ago in Anchorage, Alaska as a gathering of friends has become a major yearly event for the Tebughna, the Beach People, and it is drawing popular Native enter...
World Champion Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie Is in Constant Motion
Larry Yazzie’s world is vibrant—colorful, alive and beautiful. That energy inspired him to pick up his dancing shoes at the age of 7...
Video: Old-Time Hockey: Native NHL Player Cody McCormick Drops the Gloves
Despite missing the start of the delayed 2012-2013 NHL season because of an injured hand, gritty Buffalo Sabres centerman Cody McCormick, Oneida/Chippewa/Ojibway, showed that he wa...
D.C. News Anchor Jim Vance on the 'Vulgar' Redskins Name: 'The Name Sucks. We Need to Get Rid of It.'
Jim Vance, the evening news anchor of NBC 4 WRC in Washington D.C., has been a longtime and vocal opponent of that city's NFL club using Redskins as its name...
ESPN Turns to Native UFC Fighter Dan Henderson for Analysis of IOC's Wrestling Decision
In an interview with ESPN, top UFC light heavyweight and former Olympic wrestler Dan "Hendo" Henderson, Walla Walla Tribe, talks about the impact the loss of Olympic wrestling will...
Native Pride Dancers Journey Is Just Beginning
For Native Pride Dancers, a Minnesota-based group formed in 2003 by World Champion Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie, the journey through song and dance is just about to cross borders as t...
'Native America': Documenting Native Life Truthfully and Honestly
Adam R. Sings In The Timber
Montana-based visual journalist Adam Sings In The Timber, Crow, created and shared with ICTMN the following short video, "Native America," containing some of his photography docume...
Film Crew Gets a Surprising Visit From Huge Bear
Last month in Manning Park, British Columbia, a film crew was on location shooting the latest commercial for Samsung’s EcoBubble washing machine when a massive bear emerged from th...
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