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When Will There Be a Native American President? [Part 1] ‘Sigh,’ It’s Gonna Be Awhile
QUESTION : Can we honestly tell our beautiful and brilliant Native children that, in 2016, they can grow up and be President of the United States of America?...
There Is Hope: Time to Follow an Indigenous Model for Peace in America
The story of the Great Laws is the story of the Great Peacemaker, who travels among the people and "combs their hair." In other words, he speaks to them and works on untangling old...
Desert Horse: 3-Time Winner of World’s Largest 3-On-3 Hoops Tourney
I’m not a sports writer. Heck, I’m barely a journalist...
Gyasi Ross Goes ‘All In’ With Chris Hayes on Donald Trump
Gyasi Ross, ICTMN’s Editor at Large, appeared on All In With Chris Hayes last night to address Donald Trump’s candidacy and, specifically, Trump’s 1993 quote, “They don’t look Indi...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 19, 2016
An outpouring of grief and solace for Orlando, a fake news release debunked, and a dollop of exuberance garnished with a victory or two characterized the past week in Indian countr...
(More Than) Prayers For Orlando: Taking Accountability For Our Own Role In Anti-Gay Violence
Quick Story: I’ve told this story many times before. I have a lot of karma to pay, so I’ll probably tell it many more times...
What Do We Do When Our Heroes Die? Native American Leadership and the Future
In case you live under a rock, the great Muhammad Ali died this past Friday. Rightly or wrongly, Muhammad Ali was the face of black America for much of the past 50 years...
'Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic' is Incredibly Relevant to Native Communities
Pain pills and heroin addiction are sweeping through many Native communities...
Happy Mother’s Day: A Mom’s Love Can Change Generations
I recently had a conversation about opioid addictions on social media—lots of folks chimed in and some told me their stories. Thank you...
The Lesser of Two Evils: Why I Would Vote For Hillary If Bernie Did Not Win the Nomination
This hurts to write. Damn it hurts. But I have to write it. And I have to say it. And if I could sing, I’d sing it too...
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