Simon Moya-Smith
12/14/14

I couldn’t get up off the floor. I had collapsed on top of a stack of newspapers and atop my dry-cleaned, finely pressed suit and some soiled towels. I had completely lost every fucking marble I had....

Gale Courey Toensing
11/27/14
Ever since the beginning of the National Day of Mourning – an annual anti-Thanksgiving gathering in Plymouth, Massachusetts – during the early years of the Indian rights movement, ...
Michael Hunter
9/27/14

President Obama, with all respect, I write to you on behalf of our Native Nations in the Spirit of Tecumseh, 200 years after his journey to the Milky Way—...

ICTMN Staff
9/4/14
As a way to shine a light on the treaties that have governed U.S.-Indian relationships, Smithsonian Magazine featured an article by ICTMN’s Rob Caprccioso, and the National Museum ...
Alex Ewen & Ivana Maravic
12/19/13
Of the many ways Natives have been abused, cheated and neglected by the United States government, one of the more subtle, but potentially most damaging for tribes today has been th...
Christina Rose
10/4/13
This Date in Native History: On October 4, 1927, sculptor Gutzon Borglum began carving the faces of four presidents into the granite of the sacred Black Hills...
Julianne Jennings
9/29/13

Mainstream America remains totally unaware of the biological and cultural bonds that exist between African slaves and American Indians—a people created by expulsion, slavery, racism and war caused the collision of cultures that became the crucible of destruction by force, but later provided the t...

Gale Courey Toensing
8/10/13
It’s the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States. George Washington placed an ad in it to lease part of his Mount Vernon land...
Mark C. Van Norman
7/14/13

In the Baby Veronica case, Associate Supreme Court Justice Thomas writes that the Indian Child Welfare Act is unconstitutional because it is not “commerce” in the sense of “trade.” Domestic relations, he says, are left to the states....

ICTMN Staff
7/10/13
These quotes about Indians from American leaders span from the 1750s to 1817. Stay tuned next week for Part 2...

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