Mark Fogarty
12/30/11
Poetry is often an acquired taste, and many of the works in the weighty Changing Is Not Vanishing: A Collection of American Indian Poetry to 1930 (University of Pennsylvania Press,...
Konnie LeMay
12/29/11
"Thank you for helping to save the world.” That’s how Ojibwe language teacher Dan Jones greeted his beginners class after explaining that some believe an end to the language means ...
Michael Meuers
9/21/11
Red Lake Ojibwe Nation Chairman Floyd Jourdain Jr...
Konnie LeMay
9/21/11
When the crowds gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., September 24 and 25 for this year’s National Book Festival to celebrate books, authors, illustrators and publishers...
Dale Carson
8/8/11
Dale Carson Recently, an ancient strain of rice has risen in perceived value and popularity, as the crop has become more threatened by development of natural resources, industriali...
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 ...
Konnie LeMay
7/20/11
Texture, complexity, depth, a broad palette—the words that best describe Anton Treuer’s The Assassination of Hole in the Day (Borealis Books, 2010) could be applied to a well-execu...
ICTMN Staff
7/6/11
American Indian infants in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota are roughly twice as likely to die as white infants, and health officials say the best defense is prevention and...
ICTMN Staff
6/25/11
For the second year, the Fond du Lac Cultural Center & Museum in Cloquet, Minnesota, is building a birch bark canoe and streaming it live on the web for all the world to see...

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