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The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
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Reclaiming the Truth: Stories and Reflections on Carlisle Indian Industrial School
Plans for cultural genocide as well as the stories of courage and oppression at the famous/infamous residential Carlisle Indian Industrial School appear in an unprecedented collect...
Featured Photo: Is This Really the Legendary Cochise?
This image, supposedly of Chiricahua Apache leader Cochise, has surfaced yet again.
Hiawatha Belt Returns to Onondaga Lake
Before European contact on Turtle Island the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy was born on the shores of Onondaga Lake in what is now central New York State...
Bill Clinton: Invites Tribal Leaders to White House, Increases Tribal Independence
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th president of the United States...
Back Then: Cherokee Elder Talks Hunting Rabbits, 10 Cent Movies, and Making Toys
Cherokee Elder Delois Nofire grew up one of four kids—she has a sister and two brothers...
Ray Halbritter Discusses Native Imagery in Sports at Carlisle Journeys
Operated from 1879 to 1918 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, the Carlisle Indian Industrial School was the first U.S. government-run off-reservation school for American Indian children...
Seattle Celebrates Indigenous Peoples Day [11 Images]
Yesterday, the City of Seattle celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day...
Celebrating What It Means to Be Indigenous
Dr. Cheryl Crazy Bull
This weekend I drove with my family across the plains of Colorado into the sand hills of Nebraska then journeyed over vast prairies into the tree-filled hills, through weather that...
Reflections on Indigenous Peoples Day
Today, the City of Seattle celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day...
Educator Spotlight: Yale Professor Ned Blackhawk Steps Beyond the Classroom
Tanya H. Lee
Historian Ned Blackhawk, Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone, says he’s been exceedingly busy since ICTMN last checked in with him in 2012 ...
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