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Oklahoma Gov's Daughter Wears Headdress
Shocker: Tar Sands Fumes Underreported
SDSU Tribal Relations Director Moves Up
Mohawk Storyteller Kay Olan on TV
Continuing Progress With Tribes
Bareback Rider Is an Adrenaline Junkie
How Did I Miss That?
Jade Willoughby Does NY Fashion Week
100 Years Later: Still Fighting
Children Should Not Sue Their Parents
Cherokee Nation EMS Among Top 1 Percent
Nuclear Fallout Studied 70 Years Later
Kick Andrew Jackson Off the $20 Bill!
Welcome to Ojibwe People’s Jerusalem
What You Missed at Schimmel's Last Game
Rethinking the Education System
‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
Interview: Jason Momoa on 'The Red Road'
116: Oldest Person Credits Sushi, Sleep
Maryland Church to Boycott NFL Team
Thing About Skins
State Immigration Laws on US High Court Radar
Border states such as Arizona, feel they are suffering disproportionately due to illegal immigration and feel the federal government is not doing enough to address the situation...
Third of All Cancers Caused by Tobacco, Poor Diet, Alcohol and Obesity
Lifestyle factors including tobacco-use, a poor diet, excessive alcohol consumption and obesity cause a third of all cancers, reported Medscape Today ...
Honor Past Warriors Through Service
Michael V. Smith was raised in the rich tradition of Navajo military history. His father, Samuel J. Smith Sr., served as a Code Talker in the Pacific theatre during World War II...
Paul Chaat Smith and His Pal Irony Offer a Dose of Indian Reality
Traveling cross-country and through time with his old friend Irony, author Paul Chaat Smith lets you know that everything you thought you knew about Indians is wrong .....
Seattle Human Rights Convention Honors Groups Who Stand Up Against Poverty, Hunger and Discrimination
Melinda Giovengo didn’t keep the cold reality of her organization’s work out of the cozy banquet room hunkered off in a corner of the soaring, cathedral-like lobby of Seattle City ...
Using Oral History in Family Research
The Sherburne History Center will present a genealogy program called Using Oral History in Family History Research on December 17 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m...
A Call for Obama to Spend Political Capital on Important Native Issues
The Atlantic’s Andrew Cohen, who has been increasingly vocal in his magazine on tribal legal issues, is calling on the Obama administration to take bolder steps on Native issues...
Student Explores Renewable Energy Options for the Upper Sioux Indian Community
Allyce Amidon ’12, UMM student writer, Center for Small Towns
At the University of Minnesota, Morris , it’s hard not to be environmentally conscious...
UN Declaration’s One-Year Anniversary: 'Much to Celebrate, Much More to Be Done'
Gale Courey Toensing
One year ago this month, the United States formally reversed its opposition to the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)...
Examining the Connections Between Alzheimer’s and Military Veterans
MRI of Head Injury Alzheimer’s disease and dementia research can grow only within their available funding...
Indigenous Damara Showcase the Abundance of Life in Namibia
The Cessna touched down on a gravel airstrip in northwest Namibia and left us, alone in a scorching, rugged landscape of buttes and rocky mountains, all dry and arid...
71-Year-Old Rodeo Cowboy Still Going Strong
Members of Montana’s Blackfeet Tribe are accustomed to being on their own for long periods of time...
The 36th Annual Indian National Finals Rodeo Has Bling, Beef and Barrels of Fun
There are no rhinestone cowboys here—plenty of bling, but it’s definitely the real thing—and unless you’re decked out in hand-stenciled belts with shiny oversized buckles, big hats...
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New Partnership Hopes to Reach 700 Hawaiians Across the State
A newly formed partnership was announced December 2 between the State of Hawaii Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and the nonprofit Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) th...
Mexico Quake Kills 3 in Guerrero State, Rattles Nation's Capital
Three people are reported dead in Mexico's Guerrero state in a 6.5-magnitude earthquake that rattled residents from Acapulco to Mexico City...
Lakota Berenstain Bears 'Trouble With Money'
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...
Know the Real Geronimo, Through Literature
Who was Geronimo? Much has been made of the fact that his name was used as a code word for Osama bin Laden...
American Indian Youth Highlighted at White House
On December 1, the day before the White House Tribal Nations Conference, tribal leaders from around the country and members of President Barack Obama’s administration honored 11 Am...
Saturday Night Videos: The ICTMN and Facebook Grammy Awards
When we posted our story about the Recording Academy's failure to recognize a single Native artist with a Grammy nomination (you can forget an award), we asked our Facebook fans fo...
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