ICTMN Staff
9/16/14
This isn’t the first time Urban Outfitters has been under fire for selling controversial clothing and accessories...
Jessica Carro
9/11/14

If you are an American, born and raised, reading this article, then you were most likely told as a child the same Thanksgiving fairytale that I was. Presumably, we all went through a similar rude awakening later in life when we were taught the real history, not the BS Americanized version....

Ann C. Tweedy
7/20/14

The accepted story of how the English settled New England begins with a virgin soil epidemic destroying 90 to 95 percent of the native population. The range of this plague is very specific, between the Saco River (present day Maine) and southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod....

Amy Moore & Mike Taylor
10/31/13

It was a chilly Massachusetts morning in the fall. Grandpa and I were checking out of the extended-stay hotel and the manager Darryl Robinson came to help us carry our belongings to the car. He was an older black gentleman; tall, with hands that had seen some hard manual labor....

ICTMN Staff
6/14/13
The Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah has a vision: To build a Native American cultural center on traditional Paiute lands in Southern Utah...
Ray Cook, ICTMN Opinion Editor
5/27/13

Memorial Day, once called Decoration Day, is meant as a day to remember all those who have died while in military service. This Memorial Day I think it important that you remember the day from a military mind. It is not about you or your vacation....

ICTMN Staff
5/27/13
Today, May 27, is Memorial Day , the day we honor and remember our fallen service members...
Anton Treuer
3/4/13
In his introduction to Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask, author and professor Anton Treuer says that he spent most of his childhood living in a bo...
ICTMN Staff
12/3/12
Fourth-Grade students from Erin Brewster’s class at Volney Elementary School in Fulton, New York recently presented Native American folktales they wrote and illustrated at an autho...
Carol Berry
11/29/12
On a windswept prairie in southeastern Colorado, some people say they can still hear the cries of those killed in the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864...

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