Rob Capriccioso
2/14/14
The conventional wisdom of many Native American-focused policy officials is that Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen and a lawyer with Kilpatrick Stockton who helped settle the...
Terri Hansen
2/5/14
Agro-industrial development is putting intense pressure on the Chaco woodlands of Bolivia, Argentina, and especially, Paraguay...
Duane Champagne
10/21/13
Between 1820 and 1870, five Indian nations in the southeast adopted constitutions, engaged in for-profit cotton export, created tribal school systems, established courts, police, a...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/18/13
The National Congress of American Indians is holding a hotly contested race for president with four candidates vying for the organization’s top spot during its 70 th annual meeting...
ICTMN Staff
9/13/13
The next step in the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is to give them full control over whether resource development projects ta...
Gabriel S. Galanda
9/4/13

Throughout the 19th Century the U.S. Cavalry perpetrated the genocide of Indian People. Today’s Cavalry—federal, state and local police—are no longer committed to extermination....

Wawmeesh Hamilton
8/30/13
A federal court justice has rejected the legal challenge of a Vancouver Island First Nation to stop the Canada-China free trade deal, saying that the group did not make a case for ...
ICTMN Staff
8/9/13
August 9 is the United Nations’ International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, and the 2013 theme of building alliances has not gone unnoticed...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/7/13
People in a small salmon fishing village on Bristol Bay, Alaska, are struggling against Pebble Mine, a proposal by a partnership between some the world’s largest multinational mini...
Gale Courey Toensing
5/22/13
The Global Indigenous Women’s Caucus focused on the issues of health, education, and culture during a preparatory meeting prior to the 12 th session of the United Nations Permanent...

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