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Geminid Fireballs Versus Moonlight
Choctaw Toddler Struck and Killed
Beyond Poverty Porn and Drunk Indians
12 D.C. Reactions to Budget Agreement
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Indigenous Gov. Murdered in Colombia
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Fight Against Lake Huron Nuke Waste
History: Cherokee Stand Watie Born
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BIA Gets an 'F' for Handling of Cobell
High Schooler Says Basketball Is Life
Door Open for Medicaid on Wind River Rez
Amity Pueblo Desecration Petition
Logging Fight Redux for Algonquin Band
Video: 'Sake Bombs' by LightningCloud
Angels of the Cherokee Receives $20K
Bipartisan Budget Reached
20,000-Mile Adventure Across Wyoming
Things About Skins
B.C. First Nations Bring Land Claims to International Forum
WASHINGTON – Six First Nations of British Columbia have taken to the international legal stage in an effort to shame the Canadian government into recognizing longstanding land clai...
Watch the Incredible 67-Year Old Ben Boyd Hoop Dance at the Midnight Sun Inter-Tribal Powwow
This past July 13-15 in Fairbanks, Alaska, the crowd was treated to the incredible Ben Boyd, who at 67 is still Hoop Dancing. In fact, Ben's been Hoop Dancing for 61-years...
Day of the Dead, Part II: Re-Made in America
The Day of the Dead, primarily a Mexican holiday, has seen its influence spread across the globe ...
Tribal Financial Advisors Adds Native Advisory Board
Tribal Financial Advisors , an independent investment bank headquartered in Los Angeles specializing in capital, financial advising and casino operations management specifically fo...
Poll on Racetrack Casinos Skewed by Incomplete Information
Gale Courey Toensing
A new poll that claims New York state residents favor allowing casino gambling at racetracks rather than expanded gaming at Indian-run facilities gave respondents inaccurate and in...
Lakota Berenstain Bears 'Go To School'
Every week ICTMN is posting a different episode of the Lakota language version of Berenstain Bears , or Mat?ó Waú?šila Thiwáhe—The Compassionate Bear Family...
South Dakota Legislature Gets New Sex-Abuse Bill
South Dakota has an opportunity to get tough on sexual predators...
Q&A With Cherokee NASCAR Driver A.J. Russell
A.J. Russell, a member of the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma, and a pioneering NASCAR driver , has always had racing pumping in his blood...
The National Library of Medicine's 'Native Voices' Exhibit Shares Native Concepts of Health, Healing and Illness
Getting Well, Well-Done Oral history and the wisdom of medicine men are recognized in a first-of-its-kind exhibition at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Marylan...
Inter Tribal Sports Binds Southern California Indian Tribes
By their very nature, organized sports inspire team-building and unity...
The Lummi Healing Totem Pole Carries Stories of Traditional Medicines and Practices
The Lummi healing totem pole represents the need to protect indigenous knowledge for future generations On September 12, Jewell Praying Wolf James strapped his 20-foot cedar healin...
Day of the Dead, Part I: Honoring the Departed, Celebrating Life, in Mexico
Mexico is where Day of the Dead began. When the Spaniards arrived, Indigenous Peoples had been celebrating their ancestors annually for at least 3,000 years...
Homecoming: Contemporary Artist Chris Pappan Redefines Plains Indian Ledger Art
Chicago-based artist Chris Pappan says it was something of a homecoming for him when he recently came to Kansas, once the homeland of his ancestors, the Kanza (or Kaw) Indians...
Radio Hosts Say American Indians Should Have Been ‘Better Warriors’ While at Occupy Los Angeles
John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou, hosts of the Los Angeles radio show the John & Ken Show, became the latest to be on record saying American Indians have no right to the land of th...
ICTMN Halloween Classic: Were Salem’s Male Witches Victims of Politics?
Gale Courey Toensing
The epidemic of witchcraft hysteria which broke out in Salem, Massachusetts at the end of the 17 th century was as virulent as the scourge of smallpox that had decimated the Indige...
Science Paper Supports WSU Finding of ‘Earliest Known North Americans’
A bone projectile point found in a mastodon rib discovered in S’Klallam’s historical territory in 1977 has been confirmed to be 13,800 years old – 800 years older than stone tools ...
Treatment of Native Americans Explored in Documentary
This documentary, by Robin Davey and Yellow Thunder Woman, about the treatment of Native American people by the United States government was screened at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festi...
Bolivia’s TIPNIS Indigenous Marchers Successful
This week hundreds of indigenous Bolivians returned home after successfully pushing the government of President Evo Morales to ban a highway that would have bisected the National P...
Inuit Ghost Stories Spook Toronto Bookstore Window for Halloween
Look out! Don’t stray too close to the water, children, lest a qalupaliit snatch you...
The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Long before the Iron Horse arrived, real ponies from several native tribes etched their hoofprints in this high altitude southern Rocky Mountain countryside...
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