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The Many Sins of Pope Francis's Saints
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Native American Heritage Month: 'Love and Protection,' a Poem by Janet Rogers
Love and Protection Love and protection looks like Love looks like War Looks like Protection Looks like Respect Looks like Love looks like Resistance Looks like Trouble looks Like ...
Ongoing Health Study May Explain High Cancer Rates on Wind River Indian Reservation
On the Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming, an ongoing community health study may finally have the data to back up community members' claims about high cancer rates, a...
Elections 2012: The Last, Best Case For Romney, Obama
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney are crisscrossing the country, making their final case why they should receive your votes...
Uncensored History Project Outlining Crow Indian Agency and Fort Parker Wins Outstanding Tribal Preservation Award in Montana
In September, the Extreme History Project, a nonprofit organization co-founded by historians Marsha Fulton and Crystal Alegria, was selected by the Montana Preservation Alliance to...
The Lakota Five: Young Pine Ridge Marathon Runners Leave a Lasting Impression on New York City
When five young people from the Pine Ridge Reservation answered a call for runners to represent their community in the New York City Marathon they never imagined their visit would ...
First Photos of Shell's Arctic Rig Add Perspective to Drilling Debate
Douglas Fischer, The Daily Climate
The general public has not seen images of Shell Oil Co.'s Arctic drilling rig, the Kulluk, on site off the coast of Alaska, and a sense of the rig's proximity to protected lands ha...
Opposition Continues for the Grand Canyon Escalade
Developers behind a proposed tourist destination in a sacred part of the Grand Canyon say they’ve secured approval from the Navajo Nation chapter where the development would take p...
Native American Heritage Month: 'Eleven, Eleven,' a Poem by Janet Rogers
Eleven, Eleven Eleven, eleven, eleven sounds like heaven feels like lucky bones lucky heavy eleven remembering veteran victims nationalism fighting unknown forces standing on stole...
Native American Heritage Month: 'Dis Place,' a Poem by Janet Rogers
Dis Place It takes miles to understand histories so complexxx perspectives so powerful they need three DC museums to tell the same story it appears to be true the more machine gun ...
Tomb of Influential Early Mayan Ruler Discovered in Guatemala
Archaeologists in Guatemala have discovered the tomb of an influential early Mayan ruler...
Hurricane Sandy Swept Caribbean First, Causing at Least 70 Deaths
Turtle Island’s indigenous were picking up the pieces from Hurricane Sandy and breathing a sigh of relief on November 3, grateful that despite fairly significant damage, no tribal ...
Bradley University Will Keep Braves Nickname, May Add a Mascot
Recently, Bradley University sent out an e-mail with a 5-minute video to alumni asking for thoughts about changing the school's nickname from the current Braves, which many Native ...
Pine Ridge Lakota Marathon Runners Safe, Helping New York Recover After Hurricane Sandy
As ICTMN recently reported five young Lakota runners came to the Big Apple to take on the NYC Marathon, scheduled for Sunday, November 4, in an effort to raise awareness and funds ...
Aboriginal Runners From Australia Help New York After Hurricane Sandy
When New York City made the decision to cancel its annual Marathon on Friday, eight runners in particular were extremely disappointed...
Educator Spotlight: Daniel Wildcat
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It’s our roundup of all the big news coming out of Indian country: • BEWARE MOTHER NATURE: Hurricane Sandy hit Turtle Island with vengeance, flooding the island of Mannahatta (you ...
Honoring Our Nation's Veterans: A Special Message From U.S. Senator Tim Johnson (D-South Dakota)
Tim Johnson, U.S. Senator
This year we saw the welcome return of over 500 South Dakota National Guardsmen who had deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation New Dawn...
Sizing Up the Vote: The Key Races and Issues Across Indian Country, Part 2
While most of the media attention this election cycle has focused on the close presidential race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, there are many other campaigns and ...
Record Setting Day for American Indian Quarterback Tyler Bray
In a narrow win over underdog Troy, University of Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, Citizen Potawatomi Nation, set a new school record with 530 yards passing...
USET Starts Fund for Shinnecock Hurricane Relief as Seminoles Help Assess Damage
As New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and other states reel from the impact of Hurricane Sandy, tribes have sprung into action to help the Shinnecock Indian Nation, the most signifi...
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