David Rooks
6/14/16
The Hiawatha Golf Club just east of Canton, South Dakota has an anomaly. Between the fourth and fifth fairways lies a cemetery...
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Alysa Landry
6/14/16
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th president of the United States...
Sheena Louise Roetman
6/7/16
On the heels of a Paris auction house withdrawing from sale an Acoma Pueblo shield , a Dallas-based house is set to auction off more than 100 items from Pine Ridge and Rosebud rese...
Simon Moya-Smith
5/6/16
Updated 11/4/16. Editor’s note: On November 4, President Obama commuted 72 more sentences, mostly in connection with outdated, harsh sentencing for drug-related crimes...
Frances Madeson
2/18/16
Leonard Peltier supporters gathered in New York, California, Oregon, Paris, Barcelona, Belfast, Brussels and Berlin on Saturday February 6, 2016, for an International Day of Solida...
Laura Waterman Wittstock
2/3/16

The perverse history of governmental-Lakota/Dakota relations took a more sinister turn when the Hiawatha Insane Asylum was built 10 years after Wounded Knee, December 29, 1890. It operated for over 30 years before it was torn down....

Kristi Eaton
1/25/16
When the city council in Oklahoma’s capital and largest city – Oklahoma City – decided last fall to vote down a resolution to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a grou...
ICTMN Staff
1/10/16
Rogue militants, a whiny corporation, a chastened grave robber and the halls of Fame and Shame were on Indian country’s collective mind this past week...
Vincent Schilling
1/3/16
Since signing an agreement to purchase the historic site of Wounded Knee, Tim Giago, Lakota, has established a website to collect donations toward the $3.9 million price-tag...
Patti Jo King
1/1/16
In 1889, the pronouncements of Paiute mystic Wovoka sparked hope of the dawning of a new age among Western tribes; an age that promised an end to Euro-American oppression and a ret...

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