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Santa Ynez Band's Ratified Gaming Contract Extended to 2040
The California Senate and Assembly ratified the new tribal gaming compact between the state and the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians on Thursday, September 3, displaying overwhel...
Three Years Later: Still No Answers for Murdered Native Student’s Family
Connie Hedgepeth gripped a hard plastic telephone in the manager’s office at Lowe’s, her fingers tightening in horror...
50 Faces, Part IV: Sherman, Washburn, Means, Michaels, Thompson
This installment -- our fourth -- of the 2015 50 Faces of Indian Country might be the most diverse yet, at least in terms of occupation...
Election 2016: Indian Country's Best Chance To Win a Congressional Seat
Tired of hearing about Hillary Clinton's email server ? Donald Trump 's obnoxious phrase of the week?...
Legal Win: First Nation Stops Nexen Energy From Sucking Lake Dry for Fracking
Fort Nelson First Nation in northern British Columbia has won a key ruling that stops Nexen Inc. from pumping millions of gallons of water from a local lake for fracking purposes...
Houska: Indian Rodeo Will Not Accept Money From Washington Football Team This Year
Ojibwe vs. Lakota. Cheyenne vs. Crow. Blackfeet vs. Salish. Indian vs. Indian is not a new phenomenon; it happens on occasion...
VIDEO: Check out Supaman's "Why" featuring Jingle Dance Champion Acosia Red Elk
In 2014, the award-winning Hip Hop artist Supaman performed his Prayer Loop Song in the news studio of the Billings Gazette, which was recorded and released on YouTube...
13,200-Year-Old Footprints Could Be Oldest in North America, May Support Coastal Route Theory
A team of archaeologists from the Hakai Institute and the University of Victoria say they have unearthed the oldest human footprints ever found in North America...
Eastern Band of Cherokees Hopes New Harrah's Casino Attracts Out-of-State Visitors
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians hopes to solidify its stake on gaming in the southeast by opening a second casino in North Carolina...
Guaranís Dying in Brazil: One Woman’s Fight to Save Them
Valdelice Veron recently left Brazil for the first time to participate in the International Summit of Conscience for the Climate, titled “ Why do I care , ” in Paris...
New AP US History Exam Perpetuates Lies About Native Americans
Tanya H. Lee
New AP US History Exam Perpetuates Lies About Native Americans Tanya H. Lee American exceptionalism is back...
Landowners Kill Indigenous Leader In Brazil And Threaten More Violence
A Guarani Kaiowa community in Brazil is calling for help again after the killing of Simião Vilhalva, one of their leaders, by armed militia funded by landowners who are threatening...
Erin Brockovich to Survey Gold King Mine Spill Damage on Navajo Nation
As federal investigations get under way into the Gold King Mine spill that sent three million gallons of waste into the San Juan River across the Navajo Nation a month ago, renowne...
‘A Whole New Experience’ for Delaware Youth
A group of five youth from the Delaware Tribe of Indians, ages 14 to 17, visited Delaware Water Gap National Park in July, with stops in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania...
Manning: Suicide Prevention Week Starts Today: Here Are 7 Strategies for Survival
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Awareness of any issue is extremely important, however in this column, I will highlight strategies for prevention, and talk about ways to build resilience that can better withstand...
Partial Student Loan Forgiveness Is Possible! Do You Qualify?
Did you know tribal governmental employees, tribal college and university and public service workers who work at least 30 hours a week qualify for partial federal student loan forg...
UPDATE: Sac State and Native Student Seek 'Positive Resolution' on Native Genocide Class Disenrollment Issue
A representative from Sacramento State’s News Services department has released a statement to ICTMN regarding the incident in which history professor allegedly told his class he di...
UPDATE: Sac State History Dept Tweets - "Student Not Disenrolled"
Within a few hours of posting that a Cal State Sacramento University Professor allegedly told his United States History class he did not like the term ‘genocide’ in relation to Nat...
First Nation Lacrosse High School Stars Rack Up National Wins
It has already been a rather successful lacrosse year for Doug Jamieson and Austin Staats...
History Professor Denies Native Genocide: Native Student Disagreed, Then Says Professor Expelled Her From Course
A Cal State Sacramento University professor who allegedly told his United States History class he did not like the term ‘genocide’ in relation to Native Americans in history, told ...
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