Don George
11/30/11

Logic tells us that people will worry about what's going on in their own backyards before thinking about the trials and tribulations of others. But once again, thinking logically, if people show interest in others' troubles, then they would probably become concerned with their own....

Konnie LeMay
7/20/11
Indian Country Today Media Network sat down with linguist and award-winning author Anton Treuer to talk about two of his books, The Assassination of Hole in the Day a nd Ojibwe in ...
ICTMN Staff
6/24/11
He founded a town and then put a bounty on the Mi’kmaq. Now, more than 250 years later, aboriginal students will no longer have to attend a school bearing his name...
David E. Wilkins
6/8/11

Recently, the U.S....

Elle Andra-Warner
4/10/11
When Olive Patricia Dickason entered academia at age 50, the award-winning Métis journalist was appalled at the historical descriptions she heard and read of Canada’s aboriginals...
ICTMN Staff
3/24/11
Genes from the Beotuk, a long-extinct branch of Canada's aboriginal peoples, have shown up in samples of 80 people from Iceland, a team of anthropologists and geneticists has revea...
ICTMN Staff
2/10/11
Bryan Fischer, who last showed up on our radar pushing the ludicrous idea that Obama would "give America back to the Indians," is at it again...
ICTMN Staff
2/1/11
TUCSON - Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo--the treaty that was signed in 1848, ending the Mexican-American War and ceding California, Nevada, Utah, and most of Arizona to the United Sta...
ICTMN Staff
2/4/11
Death Valley. The name evokes a bleached and desiccated ox skull on a vast alkali flat, a desert night snake hiding in the cool shade of its cranial vault...
ICTMN Staff
1/9/11
The Gila River, a tributary to the Colorado, has long been home to the Pima and Maricopa tribes...

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