ICTMN Staff
3/9/14
“24 hours!” It has become an anti-couch-potato battle cry that started in a single living room and has swept through British Columbia, and then crept south of the 49th Parallel int...
Adrian Jawort

The mood was festive and spirited on the Crow Nation last year when they signed a deal on Jan. 24, 2013 with Cloud Peak Energy Inc. that sold 1.4 billion tons of coal from beneath their land....

2/19/14
Coast Salish Sea Tribes and Nations

The Lummi, Swinomish, Suquamish and Tulalip tribes of Washington, and the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam Nations in British Columbia stand together to protect the Salish Sea....

2/17/14
Richard Walker
1/14/14
Roxanne Murphy started her term as a Bellingham City Council member by building bridges in Washington state. She started her oath of office January 6 with, “I, Roxanne J...
Richard Walker
11/5/13
Out of the Pacific Northwest come some visionary ideas for the protection of rights, exercise of sovereignty, intercultural understanding and meeting our future energy needs...
Terri Hansen
10/28/13
Crow Agency, the administrative headquarters of the Crow or Apsaalooke Nation, lies near the Little Bighorn River and the Battle of the Greasy Grass in south-central Montana...
Vincent Schilling
8/1/13
Thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau and its effort to count us all once a decade, we have another interesting list to report on...
ICTMN Staff
6/7/13
Native Games, a program of film shorts profiling American Indian sports, will be running this weekend at the National Musuem of the American Indian Gustav Heye Center in New York C...
Jamie Fullmer

The potential impacts of Internet gaming legalization was a major topic at last month’s National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) convention. Another critical topic, not surprisingly, was economic diversification and Tribes’ ability to pursue and manage the process of planning for change....

4/18/13
Dina Gilio-Whitaker

If ever a concept grabbed hold of hearts and minds in Indian country in the past couple decades surely it would be that of sovereignty. Native people talk about it with reverence, demanding that it be respected by the federal government, and expect their tribal governments to assert it....

1/17/13

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