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At "1619: The Making of America" Native and non-Native speakers discussed slavery and Native Americans in 17th century colonial America.
The occupation of Alcatraz Island changed the course of history, and it started with urban relocation and a fire at the San Francisco American Indian Center.
ICMN correspondent Frank Hopper returns to Washington State prison where he was once locked up share a sweat with the Tribal Sons.
Sometimes a piece of art isn’t just art, these 6 artistic interpretations were also propaganda and shaped this country’s views on Native Americans.
Since the beginning of time, canines have had a special role in Native American family life, here are 10 dog breeds you should know from Indian country.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker (author, Research Associate at the Center for World Indigenous Studies) Ruth Hopkins, (biologist, writer and judge), Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds (art historian, essayist, doctoral candidate) and Missy Whiteman (writer, director and producer for independent Indigenous film) cast a critical eye over elements of the art world an...
Corporate personhood has been in U.S. law since 1886 and came to light with Hobby Lobby, and leads to the growing push for nature to have standing in courts
Michigan residents in favor of keeping Native American mascots in schools say they honor Native Americans, while Natives say they do the opposite.
Wilma Mankiller documentary premieres, an oil train lawsuit verges on trial, and other incidents in Indian country during the Week That Was July 2.
Navajo Documentary Film Tour Directors Ramona Emerson and Sarah Del Seronde bring their films 'Mayors of Shiprock' and 'Metal Road' to Indian country
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