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DAPL: Desecration, Mace, Police Snipers
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Large Police Action Underway at DAPL
Water Protectors' Efforts Not in Vain
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DAPL: Water Protectors Brace for Winter
Paiutes Triumph in Court
9 Reasons to Be Hopeful About Education
McAdam’s Efforts to Protect the Land
Civil Rights Leaders Join Protectors
A Landslide Election: Great for Natives?
Before Shailene Woodley’s Arrest
Ruffalo, DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson in ND
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#NoDAPL in Historical Context
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Thing About Skins
Ramapough Name Leonardo DiCaprio, New York Post in Defamation Lawsuit
Leonardo DiCaprio was nominated for -- but didn't win -- the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in Wolf of Wall Street , but the Ramapough Lenape community of New Jersey is more ...
Ethical Issues Raised in Play About Havasupai Tribe’s Fight to Limit DNA Research
When the curtain rises on March 28 at the Geva Theatre Center in Rochester, New York, an ensemble cast of five actors will tell a penetrating and engaging story on Native culture, ...
Navajo Rugby Team Plays on Despite Culture Clash
In Gallup, New Mexico, where, for some, it is easier to get in to trouble than find a fun place to hang out, one group of kids are staying out of trouble and having a good time...
‘Nooksack 306’ Wards Off Disenrollment With Multiple Legal Actions
Gale Courey Toensing
Two members of the “Nooksack 306” – Nooksack Indian Tribe citizens who are fighting disenrollment – are awaiting an appeals court ruling on a case involving their alleged unconstit...
Keith Harper, Shoni, Jude and Jackie: Supporting Native Trailblazers
TRUE STORY: The other day, my barely seven-year-old son told me, “Datchu (daddy), I want to be the first Native President.” Sounds cool, right?...
Video: Watch Snowflakes Form and Recapture the Awe of Winter
This is the time of year when winter seems never-ending. The idea that March is upon us connotes spring, which evokes images of balmy temperatures...
9 Questions Surrounding MazaCoin, the Lakota CryptoCurrency: Answered
Dollars can be hard to come by for members of the Oglala Lakota Nation...
Don’t Drink the Feces: Indigenous Seek Results for Peru’s Toxic Waters
When Ander Ordóñez learned the extent of pollution among the Kukama indigenous communities along the Marañón River in Peru’s northeastern Amazon region, he was not surprised...
New Questions for an Old Problem in Indian Education
Jerad Koepp and Jason Medina
In education, blame follows close on the heels of trouble...
An Oscar-Night Poem: 'The Drone Ranger Explains Manifest Destiny'
The 86th Academy Awards will be presented tonight, an occasion that inspired ICTMN contributor Rick Kearns, a published poet, to share a recent composition...
The Oscars' All-Time Most Outrageous Moment—and What It Meant
Tonight is Oscar night, and amid all the chatter about red carpet looks and favorites to win, there is always some reminiscing about memorable ceremonies past, and particularly whi...
Fall Chinook Salmon Spawn in Record Numbers in Snake River
Fall Chinook salmon not only returned in droves to spawn in the Snake River Basin, but also created a record number of redds, or nests, that bodes well for the future...
Cherokee Nation Doubling the Size of Stillwell, Oklahoma Health Center
The Cherokee Nation is adding 28,000 square feet to its Wilma P. Mankiller Health Center...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, March 2, 2014
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: BODY FOUND: The body of Loretta Saunders, an Inuit woman who researching the plight of missing and murd...
Beware Evil White Foods: Sinister Salty, Pycho-Sugar & Illsbury Doughboy
Looking for some motivation to eat colorful vegetables and steer clear of the white villains—salt, sugar and flour?...
Student Spotlight: Education Is Key to Future Tribal Leadership
Arizona State University
Emery Tahy left his home at age 16 after a high school counselor told him he’d be better off learning a trade since he was failing in school...
Tribute: Robert J. Conley Told Towering Cherokee Tales
Roy Boney Jr.
Robert J. Conley was a giant of the Native literary world whose 80-plus books gave us an authentic, lively rendering of Cherokee experience...
Former Haskell Football Standout Inspired by Thorpe, Levi and Mills
Wade McGee’s decision to enroll at Haskell Indian Junior College was life-changing...
California Governor Signs $687 Million Drought Relief Bill
Recent rainstorms notwithstanding, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a $687 million drought-relief bill on March 1...
Halbritter Pens Op-ed on N-Word, R-Word Debate in the NFL
In an op-ed on the Huffington Post , Ray Halbritter, CEO and representative of the Oneida Indian Nation, says that the NFL is “endorsing a laudable principle” by instituting a pena...
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