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By ICMN StaffA handful of Native reservations and casinos in and near the “path of totality” welcomed an influx of tourists this weekend to celebrate today’s first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the United States in 99 years—since 1918. Prime eclipse viewing stretches from Oregon to South Carolina, though the biggest festivities...
By ICMN StaffA Charlottesville turning point, a Standing Rock shout-out, and a Jane Doe cold case, all captured attention in Indian country during The Week That Was for August 20, 2017.
By ICMN StaffHuy, along with NCAI President Brian Cladoosby recently called upon the U.S. State Department and the U.N. to ensure indigenous inmates rights.
By ICMN StaffNames of the “Native American 40 under 40” award winners have been released. This marks the ninth anniversary of 40 Under 40. Including 2017’s newest class of honorees, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development has recognized 360 total emerging American Indians from across Indian country. The National will...
By ICMN StaffA meth-induced triple murder, Wind River actors recount their experience, and trafficking criminalized on the Navajo Nation this week in Indian country.
By ICMN StaffThe Yurok Tribe resides in the heart of Redwood National Park on the Northern California coast, Yurok country. VisitYurokCountry.com is your best resource when planning a trip.
By ICMN StaffA Seattle family has donated a “one of a kind” Chilkat robe to the Sealaska Heritage Institute, which will hold a ceremony celebrating it on August 26.