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UN Preparatory Caucus Meeting March 19-20
This weekend the Blue Lake Hotel & Casino, Blue Lake, Calif., will accommodate 200 indigenous peoples from more than 80 tribal nations from throughout North America for the Nor...
Reduce Casino Risk with Updated Surveillance
In the face of the recent recession, Indian-owned casinos held their ground better than commercial gaming houses, leaving them more monies to build new properties including cutting...
Crow Judge Denies Petition to Stop Water Settlement Act Vote
Gale Courey Toensing
A Crow tribal court judge has denied a petition for a temporary restraining order to halt a referendum asking Crow members to ratify the Crow Water Settlement Act of 2010...
The Frybread Queen is Poised for a Breakthrough
In the play The Frybread Queen , which premiered March 12 at the Autry Theater in Los Angeles, three generations of Native women come together to mourn a man...
Looking for Answers
ANADARKO, Okla.—To Eddie Jacobs, the Cobell case is personal. He is not just an Individual Indian Monies (IIM) account holder with a number, he said...
Sheila Watt-Cloutier to Receive Honorary Degree from University of Northern British Columbia
Inuit activist Sheila Watt-Cloutier will receive an honorary degree from the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC)...
Promoting Tuberculosis Prevention on the Navajo Reservation
Tuberculosis infects about one third of the world’s population, according to the World Health Organization , and American Indians are six times more likely to die from tuberculosis...
How the Choctaws Saved the Irish
We're overstating the case there—the Choctaws didn't save the Irish, but they sure tried to help...
Look Beyond Gambling and Tobacco
President Robert Porter of the New York-based Seneca Nation of Indians told tribal government leaders and entrepreneurs at the Reservation Economic Summit (RES), hosted by the Nati...
Peru Generals Sentenced, Fined Over Native Killings
News broke this week that three high-ranking Peruvian police and army generals were given suspended prison sentences and fined by a military court, the result of findings that they...
Interior Secretary Salazar Visits Riverside Indian School
To showcase the Department of the Interior’s commitment to expanding quality educational opportunities for American Indian and Alaska Native students, Interior Secretary Ken Salaza...
South Dakota's Underground Laboratories
An abandoned gold mine in Lead, South Dakota is rapidly being transformed into a trove of scientific treasure, and the world’s science community—and many American Indian nations—ar...
EPA Releases Emissions Rules for Coal-fired Power Plants
The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday issued the first-ever U.S...
John Baker First Alaska Eskimo to win Iditarod
ESPN reported that 48-year-old Inupiat John Baker's won in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, the longest sled dog race in the world...
Sealaska Heritage Institute Accepting Applications for Latseen Leadership Academy
Sealaska Heritage Institute is accepting applications through June 10 to attend its Latseen Leadership Academy held in Juneau, Alaska...
Human Rights Tribunal Dismisses Discrimination Complaint; First Nations to Appeal
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on Monday dismissed a 2007 case alleging that First Nations children were being discriminated against by discrepancies in funding between federal...
Rounding Up the Predators
In honor of Women’s History Month and the 100 th anniversary of International Women’s Day on March 8th, ICTMN debuts Navajo writer Valerie Taliman’s new series on the growing human...
Good Feather Practices 'Good Medicine'
Carrying the eagle staff in this year’s Denver March Powwow was an honor for Doug Good Feather , because the eagle feathers represent “the warriors of our people, the accomplishmen...
Pow Chow and Chat
Dale Carson As an early-bird craft vendor, I arrive at pow wows extra early to taste the assortment of foods like fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle corn, burgers (buffalo, venison an...
Victor Others is Running For a Better Life
Runner Victor Others has had a few challenges adjusting to college life this school year. Yet he's already managed to compete in a pair of national championships...
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