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Utes Say State and County Police Are Violating Their Borders
Over the years, the Ute Indian Tribe (Northern Ute) members have voiced their concerns about traffic stops and arrests by county and state police on tribal lands in northeastern Ut...
‘Twenty Grand Business Plan Competition’ Coming to RES Arizona
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is bringing its “Twenty Grand Business Plan Competition” to the Reservation Economic Summit (RES) Arizona at Wild Hor...
Why Do Dan Snyder and the NFL Refuse to Change Racist Redskins Name?
In less than three weeks, on July 25, the Washington Pigskins are expected to hold their first training camp practice that's open to the public...
Montreal’s First Peoples’ Festival of Fun is Almost Here
Gale Courey Toensing
In a few short weeks, a 100-foot tall tipi will once again rise up at Place des Festivals, the main square smack in the middle of downtown Montreal, in preparation for the 23rd Fir...
Precious Benally: Law Grad, Entrepreneur, Future Navajo President
Sitting outside Grimaldi’s Pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York, just east of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, Precious Benally examines a tattoo on her bicep. It’s of her sister, Princess...
Leaders Praise Supreme Court Decision to Uphold Voting Rights
Tribal leaders in Arizona praised the Supreme Court's June 17 decision to strike down Arizona's Proposition 200, which effectively restricted the voting rights of American Indians ...
Lacrosse, Shinney & Double Ball: How Games Can Beat Historical Trauma
Native games, neuroscience, and historical trauma--they sound like an odd trio but collectively may provide answers to problems across Indian country...
President Ted Nugent? We Have Nothing to Fear But... uh, Everything!
On news today that rocker Ted Nugent, the Motor City Madman, may run for president in 2016, ICTMN asks one question: How would a President Nuge be for Indian country?...
Gentle Giant: Massive and Mysterious Oarfish Caught on Video
It’s the mysterious animal that most likely gave rise to sea serpent myths. The oarfishat first resembles a pencil as it stands at attention in the murky ocean depths...
Most Incredible Baseball Pitch You'll Ever See: Video
At a recent Doosan Bears baseball game in Korea, rythmic gymnast Shin Soo-Ji was asked to throw out the ceremonial first pitch...
Eco-Terrorism or Diversionary Tactics at Harvest Camp?
Mary Annette Pember
Residents of the LCO Harvest and Education Camp in the Penkoee Hills report that three of the Ojibwe Nation band flags posted at the entrance to the camp were torn down and stolen ...
Geoducks, Crabs and Sea Slugs For Food and Profit
Jackleen de la Harpe
Farmers and Wildlife Service Fight to Save California's Blackbirds
Concern is growing among wildlife officials over the rapidly diminishing population of tricolored blackbirds, specifically in California, which has seen the bird’s numbers plummet ...
Urban Indians Working Hard to Find Work
More than two-thirds of American Indians are now living off reservation in urban areas...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, July 7, 2013
It's our weekly roundup of the stories that mattered most in Indian country: STILL RUNNING: Olympic champion Billy Mills is the guest of honor on July 1 at a groundbreaking ceremon...
The Beauty and Elegance of Pow Wow: Photos
From June 14-16, the Lower Sioux Indian Community held their 36th annual wacipi, and Oglala Lakota photographer Francesca Wiyaka Luta was there...
Wisconsin Tribes: What Part of ‘No Mining!’ Don’t You Understand?
The water in Northern Wisconsin ceded territory—the lakes, the waterfalls and the rivers—is crystal clear. The Chippewa bands here are also clear about their treaty rights...
Fighting Mines in Wisconsin: A Radical New Way to Be Radical
Mary Annette Pember
A brand new tribe is emerging in Northern Wisconsin...
Former Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief James Garland Eagle Walks On
Former Deputy Chief James Garland Eagle served the Cherokee Nation under former Principal Chief Joe Byrd from 1995 to 1999 and prior to that served on the tribal council from 1987 ...
Interior Approves Large-Scale Wind Energy Project on Arizona Public Lands
On June 28, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced the approval of a major wind energy project in Arizona that, when built, will provide up to 500 megawatts to the electr...
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