Debbie Reese
11/19/14
U.S. Presidents have proclaimed November as Native American Month for 13 years. Such months have their good and bad sides...
ICTMN Staff
11/18/14
There is no shortage of books out there purporting to educate children about American Indians, but which ones are worth reading and sharing?...
ICTMN Staff
11/18/14
Much has been written and said about books depicting American Indians that fall short either by branding them as savages, or overly romanticizing them...
ICTMN Staff
11/9/14
In this chat, the inimitable Jim Northrup opens up in his endearing style, waxing poetic—literally—on ricing, talking about his ancestors as he soaks in the sunshine...
Konnie LeMay
11/9/14
What’s the difference between a normal story and one about the Vietnam War? author Jim Northrup asks coyly...
Heather Steinberger
11/2/14
Sherman Alexie perhaps said it best: “I write in blood because I remember what it felt like to bleed.” From claim checks to domestic violence, from growing pains to banishing the t...
Four Arrows
10/5/14
Originally published in The Stringer: Independent Journalism . Reprinted with permission...
ICTMN Staff
9/30/14
Award-winning Ojibwe author and avid Vikings fan Louise Erdrich has weighed in resoundingly on the Redskins name...
Konnie LeMay
8/3/14
We’ve all known (or raised) a child like the title character in Cheryl Minnema’s first children’s book, Hungry Johnny (Minnesota Historical Society, 2014)...

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