Misty Lynn Ellingburg
8/27/14

When I was a kid, I started writing, scribbles in pink-bound notebooks, sonnets in sky-shaped clouds, and, squatting down in the country-side, I scrawled some unknown quantity like Jesus of Nazareth writing in the sand....

Kiara Imani Williams
4/20/14

Last month, a few of my close girlfriends and I decided to have a girls night. We thought salsa dancing sounded like fun, so we braced the cold weather and ventured into DC, where we ended up at a small salsa dancing club located in Adams Morgan....

Santy Quinde Baidal
4/5/14

Late last night, my father and I talked about how the ethnic term Latino mislabels Indigenous and mixed-Indigenous people from Mexico, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, etc....

Anton Treuer
3/4/13
In his introduction to Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask, author and professor Anton Treuer says that he spent most of his childhood living in a bo...
Hans Tammemagi
1/19/13
Recently, my wife, Allyson, and I landed in Estonia, a tiny, little-known nation tucked away in the northeast corner of Europe just south of Finland...
Duane Champagne
12/8/12
A remarkable feature about indigenous nations is that they have continued after more than 500 years of colonial efforts to assimilate and dismantle them...
ICTMN Staff
10/4/12
Tonight, October 4, at the Wang Center on the Stony Brook University campus in Stony Brook, New York, musical cultures will be celebrated in a special event...
ICTMN Staff
10/1/12
When Lana Smith, a Mi’kmaq mother from Syracuse, New York heard her 7-year-old son, Damon Holmes, had played a game called “cowboys and Indians” in gym class toward the end of last...

It was about 25 years ago that Nancy Ahboah took her first steps as a southern traditional dancer at the

Bev Betkowski, University of Alberta
9/24/12
For Dorothy Thunder, the Cree language and culture can’t be separated, and if one is lost, the other will surely follow...

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