Debra White Plume
8/17/15

Our worldview ingrains the belief in our Lakota spirits, hearts and minds that water is a sacred gift, as much a relative and part of our Creation Story as any of the Star Nation, or two-legged, four-legged, winged creature or those of the...

ICTMN Staff
5/11/15
The Havasupai Tribe, along with several environmental groups, has appealed a court ruling that would allow a long-contested uranium mine to go forward near the Grand Canyon...
ICTMN Staff
5/4/15
Oglala Sioux and other opponents of a proposed uranium mine in South Dakota won a reprieve on April 30 when the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (A...
Natalie Hand
4/2/15
For many people on this planet, water is taken for granted. They turn on their faucet and expect clean drinking water every time...
Natalie Hand
3/3/15
The emotionally charged documentary Crying Earth Rise Up! was showcased to a full house at this week’s Sedona International Film Festival in Sedona, Arizona...
Konnie LeMay
2/2/15
Where you live may increasingly become as important as how you live in determining your health as we continue to recognize how environmental factors affect our lives and may hasten...
ICTMN Staff
8/12/14
From the Alberta oil sands to the Gulf of Mexico, Native peoples across Turtle Island are afflicted with ills related to industrial development—development that was undertaken with...
Anne Minard
8/1/14
The Navajo Nation has blocked a backdoor deal that would have allowed uranium mining to restart, despite lingering waste from past mining and a reservation-wide ban that’s been in ...
ICTMN Staff
9/2/13
In this video Charmaine White Face, a member of the Oglala band of the Great Sioux Nation, explains uranium mining and its health effects on the people of the Great Plains...
Terri Hansen
8/27/13
Corporate interests have been gobbling up indigenous land and rights since contact more than 500 years ago...

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