Gale Courey Toensing
For Thanksgiving this year ICTMN spoke to the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's Tribal Historic Preservation Officer to get a better understanding of what really happened 401 years ago at the first Thanksgiving, and what Wampanoags do today.
The Thanksgiving Day Celebration Originated From a Massacre - Let's Hear the Wampanoag side of the story ...
On the second Monday of October each year, Native Americans cringe at the thought of honoring Christopher Columbus - a man who committed atrocities against Indigenous people.
Students who embraced the Mormon faith and succeeded academically often felt out of place on their reservations or among traditional Native practices.
A tragic story of European conquest and resulting spiritual confusion.
Mary Annette Pember
Trauma is big news these days, and Natives know. The next breakthrough will be how trauma affects our offspring. But what about the science of epigenetics?
Dr. Dean Chavers
Scalping in America was used as a way to eradicate the Indigenous Peoples of this country, bounties were paid for Indian scalps, but where did it begin?
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Oceti Sakowin women have always occupied esteemed roles in their communities, to this day they continue to be committed to their people, the land, their relatives, and traditions.
Are Native Americans living or simply surviving on reservations set up by Canadian and United States governments?
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