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Tulsa2024, a private Olympic Exploratory Committee seeking to bring the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to Tulsa, Oklahoma, is using the Trail of Tears as a selling point...
Suzy Chaffee: ‘Snow Gratitude’ Ceremonies Key to Reenergizing Mother Earth
Last year, ICTMN presented a series of stories, including The Southern Utes Snow Dance Works Wonders on Weather , concerning the use of Native wisdom and tribal traditions to honor...
Potawatomi Pride: Synchro Swimmer Mary Killman Wins National Titles
On April 13, Mary Killman, 22, led the solo synchronized swimming event at the U.S...
An Emmy-Winning Producer's Doc About Lacrosse's Native Origins
Dennis Deninger, an Emmy-winning production executive, was one of the first coordinating producers of ESPN’s SportsCenter...
NCAA Honors Billy Mills
On Thursday, April 18, the NCAA dedicated a room at its national office in Indianapolis to Billy Mills, continuing the organization’s tradition of recognizing athletes who used the...
At 75, Billy Mills Takes Another Prestigious Gold Medal
The first big medal for athlete Billy Mills came in 1964 at the Tokyo Olympics, when he unexpectedly won gold in the 10,000 meter run...
Honoring Jim Thorpe, the World's Greatest Athlete, on the 60th Anniversary of His Death
Sixty years ago today, March 28, 1953, Jim Thorpe , Sac & Fox, died of a heart attack in California at the age of 66...
Indian Country Responds to the International Olympic Committee Putting Wrestling on the Chopping Block
In February, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Switzerland announced that wrestling will likely be voted out of the Olympics...
Yellow Bird Indian Dancers: It's a Duncan Family Affair
They still call themselves Yellow Bird Indian Dancers but the Duncan family from Mesa, Arizona, can do just about any entertaining before presidents and royalty, for Native and non...
ESPN Turns to Native UFC Fighter Dan Henderson for Analysis of IOC's Wrestling Decision
In an interview with ESPN, top UFC light heavyweight and former Olympic wrestler Dan "Hendo" Henderson, Walla Walla Tribe, talks about the impact the loss of Olympic wrestling will...
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