Steven Newcomb

Imagine a couple of novels that contain a deep discernment that our existence as Original Nations and Peoples extends back to the beginning of time, through our oral histories and our oral traditions....

7/2/14
Terri Hansen
1/12/14
The problems associated with contamination in Northwestern waters are mounting...
Terri Hansen
1/10/14
The iconic Chinook salmon, for millennia a cornerstone of Pacific Northwest diet, spirituality, ceremony and even the tribes' economy, is fast becoming toxic in Washington State...
ICTMN Staff
12/16/13
On Friday, a federal appeals court lifted a temporary ban on horse slaughter in the U.S., removing barriers for plants to open while a lawsuit by The Humane Society of the United S...
Harry Smiskin & Virgil Lewis

Chairman of the Tribal Council and Virgil Lewis, Chairman of the Fish and Wildlife Committee of the Yakama Nation, Toppenish, Washington, have issued the following statement:...

11/12/13
ICTMN Staff
8/19/13
Starting August 19, fishers from the Nez Perce, Umatilla, Warm Springs and Yakama tribes will drop their gill nets in the Columbia River...
Jack McNeel
6/20/13
Salmon season is upon us, and two tribal hatcheries opening this week are testaments to restoration efforts...
Vincent Schilling
5/7/13
Arica L. Coleman is an assistant professor of Black American Studies at the University of Delaware...
Anne Minard
12/17/12
Gary “Litefoot” Davis walks confidently as he leads a tour of the Mesa, Arizona offices of the National Center For American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)...
Daniel Garza

For a short time, soon after the first railroad tracks were laid down on the rich agricultural basin of central Washington State around the early 1900s, federal policy allowed government agents to break up the Indian reservations into allotments to be owned by individual Indians in an effort to e...

10/12/12

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