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A July Snowstorm in Hawaii? The Mountain Answers Protectors’ Prayers
It seems Mauna Kea herself has joined in the resistance of the construction of the $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope...
The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs
Mesa Prieta rises above the Rio Grande Valley in remote country west of Santa Fe, New Mexico...
Disappearing Indians: Who Decides Who’s In and Who’s Out?
Julia Martinez is a full-blooded Tewa Indian, a citizen of the Santa Clara Pueblo that has bordered the Rio Grande since the 16th century...
‘Grossly Misinformed’: First Nations Want Answers to 1.3 Million Gallon Spill in Alberta
Special trucks were hard at work vacuuming up an oil-emulsion spill the size of three football fields on July 19 as Nexen Energy apologized for the pipeline rupture that sent 1.3 m...
Native Lives Matter: Community Seeks Funding for Funeral, Burial of Man Killed by Denver Police
The family of a Native American man who was shot and killed by a Denver police officer more than a week ago is now saddled with the financial burden of burying their loved one...
American Indian Graduate Center Announces Four New Board Members
The American Indian Graduate Center announced the addition of four new board members on July 20. New members include Stacy Leeds, Cherokee Nation; Steven L.A...
Be Part of the Solution: Let’s Stop HIV Together
Pamela Jumper Thurman
I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma living within the 14-county jurisdiction of the tribe in Grove, Oklahoma, and I am one of the authors of the Community Readiness M...
Passports Rejected: Haudenosaunee Women’s LAX Withdraws From World Championships
For the second time in a five-year period, a Native American lacrosse team has withdrawn from the 2015 Federation of International Lacrosse U19 World Championship...
Video: Secretary Jewell Discusses Native Youth Gathering
On Thursday, July 9, U.S...
Grijalva’s Save Oak Flat Bill Boosted by Historic Preservation Listing
Gale Courey Toensing
Legislation to save an Apache sacred site from destruction by an international mining company got a helping hand recently when the National Trust for Historic Preservation included...
Still Waiting: Cherokee Freedman Say They’re Not Going Anywhere
Kyle T. Mays
With the re-election of Principal Chief Bill John Baker, the controversy of whether the Cherokee Freedmen will maintain their status as citizens within the Cherokee Nation has come...
Rambler: ‘Mining Will Never Satisfy Its Appetite’
Gale Courey Toensing
In this exclusive interview with ICTMN, San Carlos Apache Tribe Chairman Terry Rambler talks about the tribe’s epic battle to save Oak Flat, its most revered sacred site; he respon...
Facebook Group Connects Homeless Alaska Natives and Their Families
On June 12 Jerry Marsha Riley posted a picture of her brother Johnny Nagasiak to the Anchorage-based Facebook group, Forget me not ...
Sandler: 'Ridiculous Six' Controversy 'Just a Misunderstanding'
Adam Sandler, whose film The Ridiculous Six garnered unwanted publicity following a walkout by some Native actors, has finally spoken on the subject...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, July 19, 2015
It's our recap of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: UNWELCOME: Fort Peck tribal leaders voted to ban actor and Lakota “spiritual leader” Nathan Chasing Horse from t...
What’s on the Menu? A Food Tour Around Indian Country Featuring the Red Sage Restaurant
ICTMN is continuing its food tour around the country and we’re making a pit stop at the Red Sage restaurant in Santa Fe, N.M...
Video: Cherokee Elder Tells of a Simpler Life, Nickel Pop, and Trekking to School
Cherokee Elder Lelah Mae Cummings didn’t start going to school until she was around 8 years old because she and her family lived so far away...
Colville Tribes’ Fishing Boat Vandalized, Burglarized in Apparent Hate Crime
When Colville tribal fisheries employees approached their purse seine boat, The Dream Catcher , on July 14 they were shocked at what they found: The words KKK and White Power had b...
9 More Jokes That Prove Indians Are the Funniest People in the World
Dr. Dean Chavers
Who are the funniest people in the world? Indians. Here are nine jokes that prove it. Driving A man and woman are driving on the same road. They pass each other...
You Are Probably on the Rez; 3 Ways to Tell
Indian country itself is a land of rezzes. There are big ones, little ones and even rezzes that border-wise, look a bit like checkerboards. But this is just geography...
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