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Poet Natasha Kanapé Fontaine on Language
The Week That Was
French-Innu Poetry: Josephine Bacon Chat
Chickasaw Nation General Election
3 Ways to Tell You’re On the Rez
Liberating Indigenous from Tradition
How Indians Left the Confederate Flag
15-year-old Climate Warrior Addresses UN
ATCR and Buffy Sainte-Marie Dance Track
Manning: Life, liberty, and Healing
8 Delicious Dishes to Taste
A Common Patriotic Spirit
The Native Origins of Clam Chowder
Slavery and Revolution in the Americas
Fake Native American Found on Jackson
The Navajo Power Plant & Colo. River
Kahanamoku Surfboard Goes to D.C.
ICTMN’s July 4 Pow Wow Weekend Guide
Fourth of July Classics Are All Native
Dolphin Busts Ankles; KKK vs. MLK
Thing About Skins
20 More Glorious Portraits of Native Americans by Ryan Red Corn
It was almost exactly one year ago that we featured...
10 Racist Advertisements Featuring Native Americans
Throughout modern, consumption-obsessed history, there have...
Watch the Intense Trailer for 'Mekko,' Sterlin Harjo's Latest Film
Sterlin Harjo, Seminole and Muscogee, is one of the most...
Native Children as Hope for the Planet: Warrior Project Snaps Kids in Utah and Rhode Island
The Warrior Project is a photographic journey by Tailinh...
20 Stunning Views Along the Great Inka Road
The Inka Road stretches over 24,000 miles through six...
New Mexico's Native Women Tell Their Stories in 'A Thousand Voices'
A Thousand Voices gets it a thousand percent correct. ...
Arts and Entertainment
Dr. Katherine Siva Saubel, One of the Few Fluent in Cahuilla, Walks On
On November 1, Dr. Katherine Siva Saubel, Ph.D., a Cahuilla elder, scholar and co-founder of the Malki Museum—and one of the few fluent in the Cahuilla language —walked on...
How Have the Roles of Women Changed in Native Communities?
Women have always played an integral part in decisions, such as when the tribe moved from one place to another and even who was selected to certain societies...
Where Myths Are Made: Bobby Bridger's New Book Showcases Reinvention
If you live between the Missouri River and the Sierra Nevada, you are where the great American reinvention machine cranks out new lives and new identities for those who, it is some...
Book About Native American Curio Trade Wins Publication Award
Jonathan Batkin, author of The Native American Curio Trade in New Mexico , was recently awarded the first Thaw Publication Award for Excellence in Scholarship on Native North Ameri...
Final Accounting: Traditional Ledger Art Speaks to Past and Future
In the world of American Indian art , one of the common debates among collectors and artists alike revolves around what counts as “authentic” Indian art...
Google Doodle Honors Mexican Muralist Diego Rivera
December 8 marks the 125th birthday of the late Diego Rivera, one of the initiators of the Mexican Muralist Movement...
Pete Fredericks Inducted Into the First Indian National Finals Rodeo Hall of Fame
On Saturday, November 12, 2011, Pete Fredericks, a tribal member of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Akira Nation ( Three Affiliated Tribes ) was inducted into the first Indian National Fi...
'Pilgrims and Indians' Fraternity Party Sparks Controversy at Duke University, and Online
A "Pilgrims and Indians" party thrown by a Duke University fraternity on November 19 inspired a disgusted student to condemn it in the school newspaper...
Maori Boxer Inducted Into Hall of Fame...91 Years After Death
Talk about your posthumous awards. A Maori boxer who passed away 91-years ago has been inducted into the Maori Sports Hall of Fame...
Heard Museum Spotlights Native American Bolo Ties
The Western United States is home to cactus, fiery sunsets, and ties—the most infamous of which is probably the noose necktie used to string up horse thieves from a nearby tree...
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