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Robert Aquinas McNally
4/20/16
His name was William Simpson, a journalist from Great Britain who covered the Modoc War for six days in late April 1873...
Ray Cook
4/11/16

Writer’s block, oy, what a flu that is to have. Last year, I believe I did not write, and if I did it was of no consequence. However, there were a great many thinkers that did write and contributed to the ICTMN Op/Ed pages. Why?...

Chelsey Luger
12/1/15
CBC News, the largest news broadcaster in Canada, has decided to temporarily block all comments on indigenous-related stories until they can figure out a better system of moderatio...
NAJA 2014 Student Project
ICTMN Staff
5/23/15
The Native American Journalists Association is empowering journalism students to cover the 2016 presidential race through NativeEye 2015-2016, a crowdfunding project that combines ...
Mark Trahant University of North Dakota
ICTMN Staff
4/26/15
Mark Trahant, an independent print and broadcast journalist and member of Idaho’s Shoshone-Bannock Tribe, will join the University of North Dakota Communication Program faculty nex...
ICTMN Staff
4/8/15
A few centuries ago, Europeans alighted upon these shores, and it was not long before they had imposed their own boundaries, laws and proclivities upon the unsuspecting populations...
George Monbiot
3/27/15
Imagine a wonderful world, a planet on which there was no threat of climate breakdown, no loss of freshwater, no antibiotic resistance, no obesity crisis, no terrorism, no war...
ICTMN Staff
3/12/15
Recent lawsuits against the federal government’s wildlife control agencies are pinpointing the U.S...
ICTMN Staff
1/23/15
The New York Times on Friday January 23 chose “aboriginal” as its Word of the Day, and used Canada—Winnipeg, to be exact—as its example...
ICTMN Staff
1/22/15
Branding Winnipeg Canada’s most racist city, the country’s most influential newsmagazine has put indigenous relations front and center, declaring them worse than the U.S.’s relatio...

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