Frank Hopper
10/31/14
Editor's note: This is the second part of a personal narrative that began with Frank Hopper's "How Sacred Objects Heal: A Tlingit's Journey, Part I" ...
Frank Hopper
10/29/14
Haa at.óowu haa ḵusteeyíx̱ site. —Séig̱éig̱éi Our at.óow is our life. —Emma Marks (1913-2006), Tlingit elder Discovering the Wound I was in the room when my mom died...
Vincent Schilling
10/28/14
Without a doubt, animals are a huge part of Native culture. They are considered our brothers and sisters, among our winged, four-legged and swimming family members...
Sealaska Heritage Institute
9/6/14
A major American foundation that anonymously purchased sacred objects during a fiercely contested auction in Paris last year has returned one of the pieces to Southeast Alaska Nati...
Richard Walker
8/12/14
UPDATED: Third Paragraph now reflects that Mallott would be second Native U.S. Governor...
Vonna Shults, Choctaw Nation
7/26/14
While many descendants from the Choctaw removed from Mississippi to Oklahoma still live within the state, the majority have relocated throughout the years all across the United Sat...
Sealaska
7/15/14
Tlingit artist Doug Chilton is the leader of the One People Canoe Society. His job as a canoe skipper is to motivate people to pull together...
ICTMN Staff
5/21/14
Today, May 21, at 2:30 PM eastern, Sotheby's will auction a number of Native American items in a sale titled "Arts of the American West," and a concerned group of Alaska Natives is...
Frank Hopper
5/7/14
William L. Paul Sr., the pioneering Tlingit civil rights leader, was born on May 7, 1885. His landmark legal assault on the U.S...
Christina Rose
4/26/14
When stories of stolen Tlingit objects at the Yale Peabody Natural History Museum hit the press this week, museum officials came under fire...

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