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The June-July 2017 cover of Indian Country magazine; photo by Matika Wilbur.

June-July 2017 Issue of Indian Country Magazine Now Available

Digital and iPad editions ready for immediate viewing, subscription copies have been mailed

The second edition of Indian Country Media Network’s new bimonthly magazine, Indian Country, is now available in its online and iPad formats. Print issues of the June-July 2017 issue are in the postal stream and will hit mailboxes shortly (there will be two more mailings for subscription orders received after June 11, 2017 through July 10).

Subscription plans and access levels (app; desktop; print) are available here.

The June-July 2017 magazine, featuring a stunning cover photograph by Matika Wilbur, touches upon a wide variety of destinations and topics in a follow-up to the sell-out April-May 2017 debut issue, including:

The Horn at night. The Horn, a traditional camp layout where seven tipis are placed in a circle formation, represents the historic and symbolic political organization of the Oceti Sakowin.

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The Horn at night. The Horn, a traditional camp layout where seven tipis are placed in a circle formation, represents the historic and symbolic political organization of the Oceti Sakowin.

Lighting the Sacred Fire—The lighting of the sacred fire at Standing Rock had immense significance for water protectors everywhere, an event where council fires of the Great Sioux nation, Sundance families and Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe came together to bring life to a ceremonial fire and send back all destructive forces. In this account by West Coast Editor Valerie Taliman, we learn first-hand of the people, prayers, horses, runners and medicine brought to create an eternal, shining moment during the fight against DAPL.

On the Move in Indian Country—A celebration of spectacular destinations and reminders of the way the world ought to be, from the waters of Shishalh, the wonders of Antelope canyon, the timelessness of Taos, Pueblo and so much more.

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Denise Lajimodiere looks over the bite marks
on the birchbark before unfolding the piece.

Tree of Lives—Birch bark is the original renewable resource, and its artistic and utilitarian uses have no limit. An exploration of a truly remarkable tree.

Revolutionary Allies—The nation-states of the Haudenosaunee have practiced international diplomacy for centuries. In a truly revolutionary moment, the Oneida Nation cast its lot with rebellious Americans and became the first allies of the fledgling United States. A look back at that dramatic story and its retelling in the new Museum of the American Revolution.

Where the Buffalo Call Home—Take a tour of the bucolic grasslands of Fort Belknap with experienced guide Ray Gone as he tracks bison to Snake Butte.

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Jenni Monet

A street mural near Havana’s Chinatown hints at an overlooked past.

Winging It in Cuba—Renowned reporter Jenni Monet reflects on her experiences as a Native woman on assignment in Cuba. With the Trump administration threatening to roll-back Obama-era release of travel bans and sanctions, her account could not be more timely.

Telling Our Own Story—Read about Native-run museums that bring the history and culture of today’s native nations to life with cutting-edge design and inspiration.

ICMN Issue #2 Master_singlepage_REPAGINATED_Page_050_Image_0001_Winter Count_Marty Two Bulls_thWinter Count—Do not miss the second installment of Marty Two Bulls Sr.’s graphic novel treatment of traditional Lakota teachings, only in the June-July 2017 issue.

Golf Indian Country—Inspired by stunning landscapes and traditions of harmony with varying environments, Indian country can boast of some of finest golf courses in the world, supported by sophisticated resorts. As this comprehensive guide to courses proves, golf is a thriving economic resource and major key to economic diversification for Native nations and a point of pride even for those who have never picked up a club.

Already have an all-access or iPad-only subscription?

To start reading the June-July 2017 issue, simply head to the magazine library after logging in.

To start enjoying Indian Country magazine on your iPad, please follow the below directions:

Download the app from Apple’s newsstand (or use this link in your iPad’s browser): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/indian-country/id1222712700?ls=1&mt=8

Once you have downloaded and opened the app, please click on My Account and log in with your Indian Country Media Network email address and password. The same password works for the website as well as the tablet edition.

Please note that the app works best on iOS 10 or later. Please make sure that your tablet device has been upgraded to the latest version.

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