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Food Oppression: Mic Features Sioux Chef
Home Sweet New Home
Judgment Returns Remains to Tribe
Skins: No Dem. Deserves Our Vote (Yet)
Saved DiCaprio in The Revenant: RedCloud
February 14 MMIW Marches in Canada
Video: What Is the Heirloom Seed Program
To Change Congress: Rethink the Money
Koshare Dancers Guilty of Appropriation
Small Business to Insure, Protect Tribes
Holy Shih Tzu! Bernie Flies Coach
Gold King Mine Spill: Concerns Persist
New Student Blogger for TCJ
The Bernie Hillary Show
VA Helps Seminole Vets Get Homes
I Am a Male Victim of Sexual Assault
Division I! College Baller Zachary Camel
Don’t Buy This Book: Acoma vs Nabokov
Gravitational Waves, in Siksika Language
National Parks Need Maintenance
Thing About Skins
CNB Employees Give $27K to Tribal Health Efforts
Record-Breaking Floods Inundate Parts of Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation Emergency Management Services were on full alert after rivers and creeks in Northeastern Oklahoma swelled out of their banks for the second time this year...
Returning the Gift 2015: Native America’s Indigenous Storytelling and Literary Festival
You can take The Road Back to Sweetgrass or The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving and probably meet up with Crazy Horse’s Girlfriend and a lot of other interesting characters along the...
Ancient Indigenous Peoples Saved One of Three Sisters from Extinction
Tanya H. Lee
The Three Sisters fundamental to the traditional diet of many American Indian tribes may have been just two without the ingenuity of ancient Indigenous Peoples living in what is no...
Tribal Veterans See Slow Yet Steady Improvements Through 2015
Veteran issues in Indian country saw an emphasis in 2015 on housing, in particular with homes on tribal land and with efforts to end homelessness among Native veterans...
Photos: Alaskan Native Wins Civil War Photography Award
Lisa J. Ellwood
Yupik Alaskan Native Photographer Adrianna Rasor is still celebrating three months after doing better than she had hoped in a prestigious Civil War photography contest...
Wounded Knee SOLD? Tim Giago Has Plans to Buy It for $3.9 Million
Tim Giago, Lakota, renowned journalist, publisher and founder of publications such as the Lakota Times, Native Sun News and Indian Country Today, has told ICTMN he has signed an ag...
Frankenfish Fail: Yurok Ordinance Bans Genetically Engineered Organisms
The Yurok Tribe has passed a tribal ordinance banning genetically engineered organisms such as GMO corn or altered salmon from its territory...
AMERIND Risk Offers Helpful Information on Freezing Pipes
Why is freezing pipes a problem? Well, water expands when frozen. This expansion puts tremendous pressure on whatever is containing it, including metal or plastic pipes...
Year of Clout: 10 Stories of Indigenous Environmental Influence in 2015
Indigenous activism continued to influence the environmental movement and policy, with some major victories, most notably the defeat of the Keystone XL pipeline...
Wounded Knee: Healing the Wounds of the Past
Tuesday, December 29, 2015, marks the 125th anniversary of the Massacre at Wounded Knee, a “sad and horrible event” Native and non-Native Americans still struggle to comprehend...
Sexual Assault Victims Suffering Because of Reduced ER Hours
Mary Annette Pember
The impact from Rosebud Hospital’s reduction in emergency room hours continues to expand as sexual assault victims on the Rosebud Reservation struggle to find services at local hos...
Manning: Healing Continues 125 Years After Wounded Knee Massacre
Sarah Sunshine Manning
This year marks the 125 th anniversary of the Wounded Knee massacre...
TransCanada Urged to Throw in the Towel—Literally—on 'Zombie' Keystone XL
It's a Zombie Apocalypse mopped up with an ink-stained towel that's as dead as that parrot immortalized in the infamous Monty Python skit...
Native ‘Walk Off’ Actor From Ridiculous Six, Creates Satirical “Walk Off On You” Video
Loren Anthony, one of several Native actors who walked off the set of Adam Sandler’s Ridiculous Six movie, has created a satirical video poking fun at his walk off, entitled “Walk ...
Video: What Is An Indian? Immersion Course Challenges Students to Learn About Native Culture
University of Michigan News
What is an Indian?...
Can Wasps Save the Ash Tree? Native Americans Are Giving It a Try
Mark Wedel, Second Wave Media
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi are fighting emerald ash borers the natural way and hope to preserve a part of their heritage in the process...
Houska: Government Promises, COP21, and People's Power
Ask any tribe in North America what they think about promises from a governmental body. Then take a look at the recent climate change agreement coming out of Paris, France...
Navajo Woman-Owned Small Business Celebrates 20 Years
Since 1995, ETD Inc...
Change of the Guard: Natives Making Moves in 2015
The political landscape of Indian country saw plenty of movement in 2015. Perhaps no news was bigger than the recent announcement of Kevin K...
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