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Lakota Berenstain Bears 'Out For The Team'
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...
Canada’s First Christmas Carol Was in Huron Language
Around the world, voices are lifted in song to celebrate the birth of the baby Jesus...
All That Glitters: Indigenous Colombians’ Gold Masterpieces on Display
The Spanish arrived in South America in the early 1500s in search of land, slaves, souls and riches.
Not a Good Year for Indian Country in the Courts or Congress
Gale Courey Toensing
The year 2011 provided few bright spots in the courts or Congress for Indian nations. The year began inauspiciously in January with a ruling from the U.S...
SANTA! OH MY GOD! SANTA'S COMING! I KNOW HIM! I KNOW HIM! (i.e. Merry Christmas)
Our culture, our people, our languages, and our children are the greatest gifts that Indian people have...
Leroy S. Bedonie, Navajo District Court Judge to Retire
After serving 22 years in the Navajo Nation court systems, from a probationary judge to a District Court Judge, Leroy S. Bedonie has decided to retire effective December 31...
Star Athlete and Colville Tribal Member Chantel Heath Visits U.S. Naval Academy
Being accepted into college can be a difficult process, let alone trying to make a collegiate athletic team...
Valuing Family on Christmas
SHIPROCK—The holiday season brings memories of Christmases past and hopeful plans for the future...
The Original New Yorkers
Most everyone knows (or think they know) how Manhattan Island, today the jeweled centerpiece of New York City, was purchased by the Dutch from the Indians for $24 worth of beads an...
Storytellers Series: Gluskonba and the Snow Bird
Joseph and Jesse Bruchac
Abenaki storytellers Joseph Bruchac and his son Jesse tell the story of Gluskonba and the Snow Bird in English and Abenkai: Kita. N8wad sahagipebonek...
Gaming the Gift List: Books for the Aficionado
Gaming is a hot topic in tribal and political forums...
Santa Ready for Takeoff From Inuit Territory
Santa Claus has started his iconic journey around the world, beginning, of course in Inuit territory, as the Circumpolar Region encompasses his residence at the North Pole...
Culture Not Costumes, A Regalia Year in Review
In this article, Indian Country Today Media Network takes a look back at some of the 2011 coverage regarding the issues of culture and regalia...
Holiday Event Brings Elders Together
The 230-plus Native American elders came from near and far for an annual holiday occasion, and when it was over they left richer by one large ham, a gift bag, best wishes from Sant...
Colorado Water Users Association Elects First American Indian President
On December 15, the Colorado River Water Users Association (CRWUA) announced George Arthur, Navajo, will take the reins of the organization that advocates for all the users of the ...
Call for Aboriginal Midwives in Campaign to Promote Best Practices
The National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM) is seeking applications from First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities interested in expanding their knowledge and use of aborig...
Heart Warming Pow Wow Stories From the Past Year: Part II
As winter wraps its icy fingers around much of Indian Country and we prepare to say goodbye to 2011, we’ve got a few pow wow stories that’ll help warm your heart from this past yea...
Do Indians Celebrate Christmas?
The short answer to this question is: Of course they do...
School’s Out: Holiday Reading for Your Young Charges
School’s out for the holidays, and some youthful leisure time is upon us. But that’s no reason for kids to stop learning...
Native Hawaiian Recognition Suffers Latest Setback
WASHINGTON – Native Hawaiians who want to be federally recognized as sovereign entities, much like American Indian tribal citizens, have suffered another setback from a U.S...
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