ICTMN Staff
3/9/14
“24 hours!” It has become an anti-couch-potato battle cry that started in a single living room and has swept through British Columbia, and then crept south of the 49th Parallel int...
ICTMN Staff
11/12/13
Before the 2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference scheduled for tomorrow, President Barack Obama sat down with a dozen tribal leaders to discuss job creation and economic devel...
ICTMN Staff
11/1/13
The Suquamish had fought for decades to get their artifacts returned to their lands, and on Tuesday October 29 the ancient objects made a triumphant return home—on a ferry surround...
Richard Walker
9/4/13
It has been about a year since the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission report “State of Our Watersheds” was released in September 2012...
Richard Walker
7/17/13
Rion Joaquin Ramirez is general counsel for the Suquamish Tribe’s Port Madison Enterprises, which has expanded the tribe’s economic diversity and made it one of the largest employe...
ICTMN Staff
6/21/13
Tribal leaders Jeff Grubbe, chairman, Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians; Leonard Forsman, chairman, Suquamish Tribe; Rodney A...
Richard Walker
5/29/13
Two Native Americans in Washington state and an environmental adviser to Quinault Nation’s president were named in May to key positions influencing the arts, the environment and hi...
Brenda Austin
3/28/13
The Little Traverse Bay Bands (LTBB) of Odawa Indians in Harbor Springs, Michigan, made history March 3 when their council voted 5-4 to legally recognize same-sex marriages on thei...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/26/12
A first-of-its-kind guide complete with sample legal language is now available for tribal governments to adopt or amend their laws to recognize the rights of all their citizens, in...
Kevin Taylor
1/18/12
Earlier last month in Seattle, as all the threads for a planned Human Rights Day banquet were being woven together, Heather Purser, Suquamish, who was to be among the honored guest...

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