Julianne Jennings
2/24/13

While strolling with friends through the busy streets of Spoleto, an ancient Italian city in the province of Umbria, we stepped into the start of celebrations or carnivals called, Quaresima....

Julianne Jennings
12/26/12

If you think the era of political correctness has taught U.S. and European advertisers to create campaigns that are sensitive and intelligent, think again....

ICTMN Staff
10/21/12
More than 2,000 Mohawks and other indigenous from Turtle Island gathered in Rome to witness the canonization today of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha, who lived and died 300 years ago bu...
Julianne Jennings
10/11/12

Many of us remember learning and singing the bubbly little pre-school nursery rhyme "Ten Little Indians" as we sat in a circle with our legs crossed, Indian style....

Julianne Jennings
9/25/12

Thirty-nine year old David Constantin (French) and one of the organizers of the recent three-day event, Standing Buffalo Commemorative Days (August 30-September 1, 2012), honoring Native peoples who fought in the liberation of France during the First and Second World War, attracted more than 2,00...

Julianne Jennings
8/17/12

I was first introduced to Tex Willer while attending a pow wow in Italy; yes Italy— where Indians are served cheese lasagna and vino as opposed to frybread and lemonade for their participation after a days-worth of dancing and drumming....

Julianne Jennings
7/10/12

Gli Indiani d'America sono Uomini, Non Hamburger!

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Julianne Jennings
5/13/12

In 1982 President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation on March 25, proclaiming a “National Recognition Day for Nurses.” The ANA Board of Directors expanded the recognition of nurses in 1991, to a week-long celebration, declaring May 6–12, as National Nurses Week in conjunction with “credited” fou...

Julianne Jennings
4/21/12

Stereotypes help market American merchandise for more than a century, and the history of their use and abuse offers a strange and telling story of race relations in this country. Starting with sugar, its long history is interwoven with that of the slave trade....

Julianne Jennings
4/8/12

According to the late educator and historian princess Red Wing (Pokanoket), the first music of Aquidneck Island (present-day Rhode Island and Providence Plantations) was the chant of the “Red Man” who lived in the hills and valleys adjacent to the shores of Narragansett Bay....

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