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Hugh Jackman Part Time Indian Screenplay
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A Powerful Idea: The Rule of Law
Indigenous Peoples Day or Columbus Day
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San Manuel Band Tribute to Massacre Dead
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Arizona Governor, Tribes Sign Compact
Thing About Skins
Documentary on Federal Recognition ‘Promised Land’ Will Make You Mad
At the September 27 Seattle opening of the documentary “ Promised Land ,” the writer/director team of Vasant and Sarah Samudre Salcedo recalled their first meeting with Cecile Hans...
Seattle School Board Calls for Federal Recognition of the Duwamish Tribe
The Seattle School Board has done what the federal government has failed to do since 2001...
Chowanoke Descendants Reclaim Ancestral Land, Envision Cultural Center
For nearly two centuries, the Chowanoke—an Algonquian people indigenous to northeastern North Carolina—were relegated to history books and considered by some experts to be extinct...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, April 24, 2016
A rock icon walked on, Harriet Tubman ousted Andrew Jackson from the $20, and a landmark deal was reached that will save salmon on the Klamath River...
Margaret Greene Leader In Samish’s Federal Recognition Fight, Walks On
Margaret Agnes Cagey-Greene, who chaired the Samish Nation during its successful fight to restore its federal recognition, is being remembered as a great traditional leader who was...
‘No Diplomacy with a Hungry Lion’: Native Leaders Look Ahead for 2016
Gale Courey Toensing
Last year, ICTMN asked then Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin K...
Change of the Guard: Natives Making Moves in 2015
The political landscape of Indian country saw plenty of movement in 2015. Perhaps no news was bigger than the recent announcement of Kevin K...
Duwamish Still Waiting for Meeting With Interior Secretary Jewell
Two months ago, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told Duwamish Chairwoman Cecile Hansen and others that she would review letters requesting a meeting regarding restoring Duwamish’s ...
Tataviam Band Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day Victory, Continues Fight for Recognition
The replacement of “Columbus Day” with “Indigenous Peoples Day” in an area that has maintained a longstanding history of illegal land dispossessions from the local tribe could be c...
Washburn Still Fighting on Recognition, Saving Sacred Sites
Gale Courey Toensing
In August, when Washington, D.C., essentially goes on vacation, some in the Nation’s capital continue to work on improving the living conditions for others...
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