Laura Waterman Wittstock

The early 1970s were a turbulent time for just about everybody in Indian country. The FBI was busy listening in on presumed malfeasance. The tribal chairmen were trying to make sense of what was becoming a broader divide among their citizens who lived on and off reservation lands....

5/18/14
Rob Capriccioso
5/12/14
After decades of opposing Alaska Native tribal trust lands, the federal government is taking major steps to once again allow lands to be taken into trust for the 228 tribes in the ...
Frank Hopper
5/7/14
William L. Paul Sr., the pioneering Tlingit civil rights leader, was born on May 7, 1885. His landmark legal assault on the U.S...
Mark Trahant
4/2/14
The Katie John case is at an end. Or perhaps another beginning...
Ray Austin

Alaska Natives are in need of success stories and statistics that can show we can be more educated and can improve employment opportunities for all. Instead of being divided, we should be as one to improve education for all Alaska Natives, regardless of what corporation they belong....

10/11/13
ICTMN Staff
6/1/13
Writer, poet and mother of two Jane Naviyak Kane has successfully raised the money needed to make the trip to her native community’s ancestral home—the abandoned King Island, 40 mi...
ICTMN Staff
4/24/13
On Thursday, April 25 the Public Lands Subcommittee will be holding a hearing on the Southeast Alaska Native Land Entitlement Finalization and Jobs Protection Act, that will return...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/13
Tlingit elder and board member of the Sealaska Corporation since its inception, Clarence Jackson Sr., lost his battle with cancer on January 31. He was 78 years old...
Ray Austin

December 18, 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANSCA), the anniversary of the “great ex...

12/11/11
ICTMN Staff
11/1/11
A Native American Heritage Month lecture series sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) will focus on the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) and its impact...