Vincent Schilling
4/30/13
As the May 1 deadline approaches for the Oglala Sioux Tribe to purchase the historic site of Wounded Knee for millions of dollars, the tribe has made no statement that they plan to...
ICTMN Staff
4/24/13
The Los Angeles, California nonprofit Cante Sica Foundation is in the process of gathering oral histories from alumni for its American Indian Boarding School Visual History Project...
Carol Berry
4/18/13
A controversial museum exhibit about the Sand Creek Massacre of 1864 will be closed to the public as History Colorado consults with tribes whose ancestors were killed by U.S...
ICTMN Staff
4/15/13
In a recent New York Times opinion piece, Chief Joseph Brings Plenty explains just why Wounded Knee should be saved...
Carol Berry
3/27/13
When tribes, whose ancestors are the subject of a museum exhibit, are against that exhibit and ask for it to be closed pending further consultation, it’s obvious something is amiss...
Marc Dadigan
3/9/13
In the video entitled “Red Moon,” a Cheyenne man speaks of a self-hatred that permeated his soul even as a child...
Gale Courey Toensing
2/4/13
When the Wabanaki tribes and the State of Maine signed an agreement in the spring of 2011 to create a Maine/Wabanaki Truth and Reconciliation Process to heal the past abuses of Ind...
Simon Moya-Smith
1/29/13
Every January 29, the Northwestern Band of Shoshone hosts a memorial in remembrance of the estimated 300 men, women and children of their nation who were slain in 1863 by an all-vo...
Christina Rose
1/22/13
With many wearing only T-shirts, jeans, and sneakers, 130 Cheyenne youth ran through a blizzard and below freezing temperatures to honor their ancestors...
Carol Berry
1/12/13
After 133 years, Cheyenne people are teaching youth about their ancestors who left starvation and illness in Indian Territory—today’s Oklahoma—for an ill-fated attempt to return to...

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