Harlan McKosato
6/30/15

Do you ever get tired of hearing about the plight of the American Redskin? Do you ever get tired of hearing about how pitiful it is to be Native American from our own Native writers, the mainstream American press, and international media outlets? I do. I get pretty sick and tired of it....

ICTMN Staff
4/8/15
In 2013, Business Insider described the Wind River Reservation as the “most depressing and dangerous place to live,” but according to Sunny Goggles, the Northern Arapaho Tribe woul...
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Alysa Landry
3/23/15
A controversial decision to close an academic center for poverty research in North Carolina has Natives questioning whether the move was politically—or racially—motivated...
Lynn Armitage
2/19/15
There are no jobs for 90 percent of the population. The average household income is $3,500 a year. About 60 percent of the homes have no water or electricity...
Lynn Armitage
2/5/15
The True Sioux Hope Foundation , founded by Twila True, Oglala Sioux, and her husband, Alan, is on a mission to bring awareness to the plight on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South...
Tanya H. Lee
2/5/15

The sequencing of the human genome and the science that made that feat possible have led to some fascinating new research into genetics....

Rick Kearns
10/5/14
Two of Latin America’s most prominent indigenous leaders urged the audience during the World Conference of Indigenous Peoples to push further for their rights and the inclusion of ...
Biba S. Kavass
7/31/14
Nestled against the majestic beauty of the Black Hills of South Dakota and the mysterious wonder of the Badlands, lies the home of the Oglala Lakota known as the Pine Ridge Reserva...
Dale Schlundt
2/2/14

When one says American Indian, what comes to mind? Is it the fierce-looking warrior on horseback or perhaps the individual in war paint holding a repeating rifle, ever ready for battle?...

Sara Shahriari
11/20/13
In Bolivia, 12-year old boys toil deep underground in the suffocating heat of dangerous silver mines...

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