Colin Woodard
7/31/14
A Maine newspaper’s unprecedented 29-part series on the triumphs and tragedies of the Passamaquoddy people concluded on Sunday, July 27...
Colin Woodard
7/10/14
For readers who thought of the mid-1960s civil rights struggle as taking place in the American South, the opening chapters of a 29-part series now being published by the Portland P...
Christina Rose
5/12/14
This Date in Native History: On May 12, 1879, 135 years ago, Ma-Chu-nah Zah or Chief Standing Bear was declared a man in the federal courts of the United States...
Dwanna L. Robertson

We all know it’s that time of year. I wrote about it around the same time last year....

9/20/13
Stephanie Woodard
8/13/13
Plaintiffs and defendants both claimed victory on August 6, when U.S. District Court Judge Karen Schreier dismissed the Native voting-rights lawsuit Brooks v. Gant ...
ICTMN Staff
4/4/13
What an odd headline to read and write in the year 2013—especially when the Supreme Court ruled racial segregation to be unconstitutional in 1954, but it apparently still happens...
ICTMN Staff
2/12/13
The Michigan Department of Civil Rights is asking the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights for a ban on the use of American Indian mascots, nicknames and logos...
Dr. Dean Chavers
10/29/12
There has been no Indian Voting Rights Act , and no congressional hearings or testimony on such a bill...
ICTMN Staff
9/12/12
Plans for an expanded monument to honor Confederate Lieutenant General Nathan Bedford Forrest in Selma, Alabama have raised controversy...
Carol Berry
9/10/12
Embattled former professor Ward Churchill failed what may be his last chance in a five-year civil rights lawsuit against the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU)...

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