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Door Open for Medicaid on Wind River Rez
Amity Pueblo Desecration Petition
Logging Fight Redux for Algonquin Band
Angels of the Cherokee Receives $20K
Bipartisan Budget Reached
20,000-Mile Adventure Across Wyoming
Umatilla Tribe Battles Mega-Loads
Surprise! Katsinam Will Return to Hopi
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Ramapough Decry 'Hate Crime' on Film
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Katsinam Lawyer: 'Enough Is Enough!"
Threats Against Natives Revealed
Notah Begay III: Leading by Example
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NMAI Profile: Brian Patterson
Things About Skins
Unsolved Aboriginal Murders Protested for 20th Year in B.C.
VANCOUVER—For 20 years now on Valentine’s Day, the families of murdered and missing Native women have marched to police headquarters through the streets of the Downtown Eastside (D...
100 Native Men: Reducing Alaska's High Rates of Abuse and Violence
Patrick Anderson envisions a group of 100 Native Men combating abuse and violence in Alaska, mirroring the national organization 100 Black Men of America...
Canadian MPs to Study Violence Against Aboriginal Women
Members of Canada’s parliamentary Committee on the Status of Women will fan out across the nation over the next two weeks to investigate the scope of violence against aboriginal wo...
Canadian Native TV Network Wins AI Journalism Award
The investigative journalism team at the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) has won the 2010 Amnesty International Canada Human Rights Journalism Award for an in-depth re...
Canada’s Missing Women: Sad Echoes of Mexico
Canada’s “Highway of Tears” flows between the cities of Prince George to Prince Rupert in British Columbia...
Violence Against Aboriginal Women Goes Unsolved
December 6 was Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, and the country’s Aboriginal groups worked to draw attention to the fact that an inordinat...
Rounding Up the Predators
In honor of Women’s History Month and the 100 th anniversary of International Women’s Day on March 8th, ICTMN debuts Navajo writer Valerie Taliman’s new series on the growing human...
Valerie Taliman’s 2010 Series on Missing and Murdered Women
Hundreds of aboriginal women have been reported missing or murdered across Canada over the past 20 years...
National Call for Inquiry into Deaths of Hundreds of Native Women
Part 5 of 5 VANCOUVER, British Columbia—The “Missing Women Investigation Review” released by the Vancouver police Department August 20 documented widespread deficiencies in investi...
Canada’s Racist Policies to Blame for National Tragedy
Part 4 of 5 SAGKEENG FIRST NATION, Manitoba—At a gathering of traditional healers and spiritual leaders in the Turtle Lodge earlier this summer, the national tragedy of more than 5...
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Eric Holder: First Public Hearing to Examine Impact of Violence on Native Children
UND Law Expert to Participate in Task Force to Examine Impact of Violence on Native Children
DOJ Official Inspires Action at First Hearing on Effect of Exposure to Violence on Native Children
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