Carol Berry
11/29/13
This Date in Native History: On November 29, 1864, Cheyenne Chief White Antelope sang his death song as some 200 Arapaho and Cheyenne were massacred by Colorado Volunteers of the U...
Carol Berry
11/11/13
“I hope to be remembered as a fighter and as a patriot who never feared controversy—and not just for Indians...
ICTMN Staff
7/31/13
Carving the faces of “founding fathers” who weren’t good for Indian policy into sacred mountains, having to walk by a monument of a man who was responsible for the death of countle...
ICTMN Staff
7/8/13
He served as chief of the Sioux Nation since 1977. He was a delegate to the United Nations and a champion of Lakota culture on Turtle Island and abroad...
Laura Waterman Wittstock
10/31/12

It would be a shame for Russell Means (1939-2012) to be remembered only as a maker of trouble, an unreasonable negotiator, and someone who pushed the limits of human behavior to the breaking point. I met him when I was an American Indian press reporter in Washington, D.C....