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FireKeepers Reveals Look of New Taphous
The Political Drama of Carlyle Begay
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Disenrollment Killing Nooksack Language
Lake Isabella Fire: 2 Dead, 250 Homes
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Historic: Native Woman Appointed
The Anti-Disenrollment Chorus: Part 3
Democratic Sit-In: Not All Cracked Up 2B
Native Engineering Students Win at NASA
The 2016 ICTMN Native Golf Directory
Remember Peltier - but also Joe Stuntz
Destruction Accelerating at Sacred Site
Susie Islands Return to Grand Portage
Roosevelt: ‘Only Good Indians Are Dead'
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Thing About Skins
Man Falls to Death at National Museum of the American Indian in D.C.
The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. was evacuated Saturday, November 23 after a man fell to his death from the fourth floor railing...
Yellowface at AMAs: Katy Perry's Geisha Act Recalls Outkast's Redface
Pop singer Katy Perry dressed in a "geisha" costume at the American Music Awards last night, and immediately elicited protests from Asian Americans and others for her "yellowface" ...
The Double Divide: Deaf and Native
Deaf Natives who live on isolated reservations, said Judy Cummings Stout (Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina), can often “live between two cultures,” marginalized from mainstream Ameri...
President Obama Announces Key Administration Post for Cherokee Citizen
On November 22, President Barack Obama announced his intent to appoint eight individuals to key administration posts, one of them was Brad R...
Citizen Potawatomi to Improve Self-Governance Today at Ceremony
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, along with Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn will be participating in a signing ceremony in Shawnee, Oklahoma today that s...
Native History: Cheyenne Village Destroyed to Avenge Custer’s Defeat
This Date in Native History: On November 25, 1876, U.S. troops led by Colonel Ranald S...
California High School Votes to Remove "Apache" Mascot
There are four high schools in California with Apache as its mascot's name...
A Win for Fort Peck: Judge Refuses to Dismiss Voting-Rights Suit
A United States magistrate judge has declined to dismiss a voting-rights lawsuit filed by Fort Peck Indian Reservation parents and the American Civil Liberties Union against the Wo...
Native History: ‘Black Elk Speaks’ Author Dies at 92
This Date in Native History: On November 24, 1973, John G. Neihardt, 92, poet laureate and author of Black Elk Speaks , died of natural causes...
Comet ISON Right on Time for Thanksgiving Rendezvous With Sun
Comet ISON is on the home stretch, rocketing toward the sun for its Thanksgiving rendezvous with the roiling orb...
Don't Toss the Tail! Gobble the Whole Turkey
Turkey tails, seriously? Who knew this portion of turkey that goes over the fence last would be so delicious and also controversial...
Native History: Chief Joseph Brant Walked in Two Worlds
This Date in Native history: On November 24, 1807, Mohawk Chief Thayendanegea died at his home in Burlington, Ontario, Canada...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, November 24, 2013
It's our roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: SOLD!: It took three years and $97 million, but the largest land purchase in Washington State history to benef...
Circling Raven Golf Club and Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Win National Acclaim
Circling Raven Golf Club and Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort won distinction from Golfweek magazine in its 2014 America’s Best Resort Courses list...
Historic NHL Matchup: Two First Nation Coaches Faceoff
A historic NHL matchup is set to unfold in Philadelphia tonight...
Native History: Astronaut John B. Herrington, Chickasaw, Becomes First American Indian in Space
Liftoff on November 23, 2002, set in motion a lot more than space shuttle Endeavour for NASA astronaut John Herrington, Chickasaw...
‘Young Lakota’ Focuses on a Woman’s Right to Choose, Premieres on PBS
Twins Sunny and Serena Clifford, Oglala, come face-to-face with their future in the documentary, “Young Lakota,” which airs on PBS's Independent Lens November 25 at 10 p.m...
Sports, Education & Celebration: 12th Annual World Indigenous Games
It started with a sacred fire ceremony and lead to a variety of games, presentations and dialogues involving over 1,500 indigenous people from around the world...
Cherokee Nation Files Forceful Response to Capobiancos' $1 Million Attorneys' Fees Suit
On Friday the Cherokee Nation came out swinging in their response to the motion filed weeks ago in Nowata, Oklahoma county court in Adoptive Couple v...
Watch NBC Clips Spotlighting American Indians for Heritage Month
For Native American Heritage Month 2013, Sonny Skyhawk and Michelle Shining Elk (both ICTMN contributors) co-produced a series of public service announcements (PSAs) with Tim Howic...
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