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Pokagon Band Chairman Steps Down to Run Michigan Civil Rights Dept.
On October 18, the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians announced that tribal chairman Matt Wesaw was selected as the Executive Director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights ac...
Get Your Pow Wow in ICTMN's Calendar Today!
This Week From Indian Country Today is working on its annual pow wow print issue, to be released March 26, and featuring comprehensive pow wow listings...
11-year-old Boxer Maria “Little Sioux” Moore Aiming for Olympics
Eleven year-old boxer Maria "Little Sioux" Moore (Wicahpi Numpa Win – Two Star Girl), member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, first placed her fists in boxing gloves at the age of t...
The Sustained Self-Sufficiency of the Five Civilized Tribes
Between 1820 and 1870, five Indian nations in the southeast adopted constitutions, engaged in for-profit cotton export, created tribal school systems, established courts, police, a...
Minneapolis AIM Chairman: Redskins 'Offensive and Against the Law'
The American Indian Movement of Minneapolis plans to hold a demonstration march and protest against the Thursday November 7, 2013 Redskins vs...
Member of Coeur d’Alene Tribe has an Aboriginal Travel Adventure
Expect to have your stereotypes challenged if you travel to Australia. My daughter Maria and I recently traveled to the so-called land “down-under” and had many surprises...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, October 20, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: NO FRACKING WAY: Chaos erupted as Chief Arren Sock and council members from Elsipogtog First Nation wer...
M.A. Program in Tribal Governance Goes Online in 2014
On May 16, 2013, the University of Minnesota Duluth graduated its first 22 students from the master of tribal administration and governance (MTAG) program...
Breaking News: D.C. Radio Stations Won't Run Anti-Mascot Ad
Two Washington, D.C., radio stations have silenced the Oneida Indian Nation...
Orionids, Dimmed by Moonlight, Will Do Their Best to Shine
Orion the constellation is the hunter, and that is what anyone seeking the meteor shower that emanates from this stellar grouping will have to do this year in the light of a nearly...
9 Things TV Personalities Said About the Name ‘Redskins’
From TV hosts, to celebrities, to journalists, the so-called 'R' word debate has remained fueled by members of the media, even as the team's owner, Dan Snyder, stands firm on "neve...
Morongo Band Mourns Passing of Former Chairman Maurice Lyons
Maurice Lyons, a former Morongo Band of Mission Indians tribal chairman and longtime tribal council member, walked on Wednesday, October 16 at the age of 63...
Big Names in Indian Country To Celebrate Half-Century Milestone for Friendship House Tonight
Benjamin Bratt (Peruvian Quechua), the award-winning actor most recently known for his role on NBC's Law & Order , and Tom Phillips (Kiowa/Muscogee), a highly respected America...
Shadowy Eclipse Dims Hunter's Moon
A mere dusting, a slight shadow, falling on tonight’s full moon...
Molotov Cocktails & Guns Confiscated; Support Pours in for Mi'kmaq Protesters
Support for Mi’kmaq protesters in New Brunswick spread throughout Turtle Island on Friday October 18, as events were held as far away as Vancouver and New York City, and the Sierra...
WP Political Columnist Says ‘Redskins’ Should be Banned
Politics aside, Washington Post’s Charles Krauthammer says , “words evolve” and that the ‘R’ word, like Negro, retarded, and 'gyp,' should be obliterated from the American vocabula...
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Breaks Ground on New $110M Harrah's Casino
Roughly an hour drive from Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort, located in the town of Cherokee, North Carolina, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is building a new $110 million cas...
Ghoul Power!: Actress Devery Jacobs Discusses Her 'Badass' New Movie
Revenge, corruption, narcotics, family rivalry, Indigenous resistance, and growing up on the rez, delivered with elements of eerie surrealism -- Rhymes for Young Ghouls might be th...
Merit Badge for Stupid: Boy Scout Leaders Topple Ancient Rock Formation
“Wiggle it, just a little bit,” the man operating the camera, Dave Hall, says to goad his friend as he pushes on a rock formation called a goblin in Goblin Valley State Park in Sal...
The Long and Winding Road: Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch
A winter storm struck Montana shortly before the October 10 appeals-court hearing for the voting-rights lawsuit Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch...
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