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Doug Bedard Discusses Residential School Drama 'Moose River Crossing'
We've previously seen Doug Bedard, Cree, on ICTMN in his hip-hop alter ego Plex -- earlier in 2013, he released an Idle No More anthem called "No More" -- but he's a multifaceted a...
EPA Given 60 Days to Set Deadline for Coal Ash Regulations
On October 29, a federal judge hearing a case about coal ash issued a memorandum in a lawsuit challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s failure to finalize federal regulati...
5 Visionaries Who See a Brighter Future for Indian Country
Out of the Pacific Northwest come some visionary ideas for the protection of rights, exercise of sovereignty, intercultural understanding and meeting our future energy needs...
Native History: More Than 300 Dakota Sentenced to Death
This Date in Native History: On November 5, 1862, a five-man military commission convicted 319 Dakota men in connection with a series of armed conflicts in southwestern Minnesota...
Native Nations Recommended to Have Access to Decolonization Committee
On October 28, it was recommended to the United Nations Third Committee that the doors to the Special Committee on Decolonization be opened to Indigenous nations including those fr...
The Washington Bravehearts? TMZ Speculates Name Change
The Washington Bravehearts?...
Keystone XL Explained: Tar Sands Timmy Needs a Ride
If the permutations of the Keystone XL pipeline decision saga seem too convoluted to follow, or the entire controversy is getting you down, never fear...
Fate of Mohegan Sun's Massachusetts Casino Rests in Palmer Voters' Hands
Tomorrow, November 5, is a make-or-break day for the Mohegan Tribe's proposed commercial casino in Western Massachusetts...
Rapper Shadowyze Says ‘Say No to the R-Word’
Native rapper, Shawn “Shadowyze” Enfinger (Muscogee-Creek, Cherokee), wears a t-shirt on the CD cover of his latest release with a slash through the letter ‘R’...
Lakota Marathon Runners Chase Down Dreams at the NYC Marathon
Last year, five Native runners from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota made a trip to the Big Apple as part of Team One Spirit...
Kalispel People Provide U.S. Capitol’s 88-Foot Christmas Tree
“Today is an awesome day for me and especially the Kalispel people,” Francis Cullooyah, tribal elder, said. “I feel good about the smudging of the tree...
Republican Lawyer to Lead NCAI Legal Team
There’s a new legal boss at the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), and he’s one with strong Republican ties—a shift for an organization that has sometimes seemed, at lea...
Responsible Native Fatherhood Conference Underway in Arizona
In a society that dedicates most services and programs to women and children, the Native American Fatherhood & Families Association is striving to pay attention to the unique n...
DC Comics Basing Native Superhero on Cree Activist Shannen Koostachin
DC Comics author Jeff Lemire is working on a new superhero team, Justice League Canada , and as he develops a female First Nations character he's looking to the late activist Shann...
US Army to Recognize American Indians Throughout November
American Indians have valiantly served in the United States Army in every war in American’s history, as well as in peacetime...
$825M Graton Rancheria To Sweeten the Competition Among Tribal Casinos in Northern California
On Tuesday, November 5, the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria will open the doors to its $825 Graton Resort & Casino in the Sonoma County wine country—the most expensive tr...
Native History: ‘Dances With Wolves’ Premieres
This Date in Native History: It was 23 years ago, on November 4, 1990, that the film Dances with Wolves debuted to unexpected success beginning a new era of films featuring Natives...
Michael Spears on 'The Activist,' Political Thriller Set in AIM Heyday
Lakota actor Michael Spears will be hosting the Awards portion of 38th annual American Indian Film Festival this week in San Francisco, where he’s also been nominated for best supp...
Easier Than It Looks: Thai Coconut Curry
For years I would eagerly sit down at a Thai restaurant and order whichever curry was their most popular (extra spicy because I have a devil tongue)...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, November 3, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: BREAKUP: Foxwoods Resort Casino has announced the end of its relationship with Las Vegas-based MGM Reso...
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