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...
Cedric Dukes
9/15/13

There are many issues in our world, ranging from high unemployment rates, poverty, crime, corruption and failing cities. It’s happening all around the world even in our communities. Experts claim that creating more programs, jobs, and laws will fix these issues. It will fix some but not all....

Christina Rose
8/27/13
South Dakota is home to some of the harshest poverty stricken areas in Indian country, as unemployment rates are well above national and state levels...
ICTMN Staff
8/24/13
During a town hall-style event in Binghamton, New York on August 23, President Barack Obama addressed the legacy of discrimination in the United States according to the Associated ...
ICTMN Staff
7/30/13
With the widening rich-poor gap and loss of manufacturing jobs, roughly 4 out of 5 people in the U.S...
ICTMN Staff
7/11/13
Former North Dakota Democratic Senator Byron Dorgan recently penned an opinion piece on The New York Times website titled “Broken Promises,” where Dorgan takes a closer look at how...
Sara Shahriari
5/25/13
A young boy sleeping on the street, an old woman begging for money-these are the people who draw Bolivian artist Rosmery Mamani Ventura's eye...

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