Tag: intergenerational trauma
What is trauma? How does it affect different people? Can Indigenous Peoples heal from historical and intergenerational trauma? Check out these three ways to start.
The beautiful and tragically lesser well-known beautiful art of Seventy‑five year old Native American artist Sam English
Mohawk youth emerge from a four-year, rigorous Akwesasne coming-of-age process with a well-grounded sense of self, and an embrace of life.
Nine Great Reasons to Encourage Young Native Artists in Music, Art and Dance
The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided Lewis v. Clarke with a decision that strains the fabric of tribal immunity law and questions tribal sovereignty.
The premature passing of an acclaimed writer, the uprising of Native nations in Washington, and other events in Indian country the week of March 19, 2017.
Ojibwe author Richard Wagamese, onetime ICMN contributor and prolific writer, died at his home on March 10, 2017, at age 61.
The study is one of the largest alcohol abuse prevention trials with Native Americans, the report reads.
Spotted Crow Mann
As the conversation in the U.S. turns to immigration we must reflect on the first peoples of this land and recognize that we are not immigrants.
Two-Spirit, Eastern Band Cherokee musician Tony Enos says that in the midst of life’s struggles, now is the time Native people and others around the world need to come together
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