Dwanna L. Robertson

When Christine Fallin, daughter of Oklahoma governor, Mary Fallin, released a photo of herself wearing a headdress on March 6, she sparked outrage among people who belong to the 37-plus Native Nations established in Oklahoma and across Indian country, in general....

3/31/14
Tanya H. Lee
3/7/14
Nearly 70 years have elapsed since the first atomic bomb was dropped—not the ones visited upon Nagasaki and Hiroshima, but the test bombs that were inflicted on unsuspecting New Me...
Tanya H. Lee
3/5/14
Much has been made of the dropping of the first atomic bomb on two now-infamous cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the health-nightmare aftermath...
Steve Russell

Arizona is at it again, and “it” goes back to when Arizona was a territory rather than a state....

2/25/14
Lisa Garrigues
9/30/13
Last May, Anna Rodriquez headed out alone on a healing journey into the deep woods of Humboldt County, California...
ICTMN Staff
9/17/13
On Thursday, the House will vote on a bill that would direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey more than 2,400 acres of U.S...
Alysa Landry
9/4/13
This Date in Native History: On September 4, 1886, the great Apache warrior Geronimo surrendered in Skeleton Canyon, Arizona, after fighting for his homeland for almost 30 years...
ICTMN Staff
8/29/13
A persistent disagreement has kept 77 objects from being returned to the Apaches from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City for the last four years, reports the N...
ICTMN Staff
8/12/13
A petition to save Longhorn Mountain from mining on Change.org has garnered more than 2,100 signatures to date...
Henrietta Stockel

After nearly 250 years, the Franciscan friars ended their association with the Mescalero and Chiricahua Apaches on July 1, 2013, citing a shortage of priests and harsh economic conditions as causes. No replacements would be available....

7/15/13

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