Tag: native american veterans
A story about Spirit Lake Nation elder Andy Shaw, who as a U.S. Army POW during Korean War, survived the brutal Tiger Death March.
Dennis W. Zotigh
The National Museum of American Indian asks do American Indians celebrate the 4th of July and let their readers tell their stories about the day.
On this Memorial Day ICTMN shares some memorials honoring our fallen Native warriors across the country.
Celebrating Armed Forces Day: Some lighthearted and serious ways to tell if someone is a Native American Veteran. By ICMN's Vincent Schilling
The New Mexico Indian Affairs Committee has endorsed measures ahead of the 53rd legislative session, one is a Mescalero Apache Tribe land transfer.
Proud Photos of Native Veterans by ICTMN Native Veteran Vincent Schilling
In honor of the Native American veterans who provide service to their country, musician and actor Shawn Michael Perry (Salish/Mayan) of Only the Brave Entertainment has released ‘the single Wanted: A Good American,”in conjunction with the re-release of his Veterans tribute single “Brother in Arms,” to celebrate Veteran’s Michael...
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma plans to host its annual Veterans Day events at the tribal Veterans Center in Tahlequah Thursday, November 10.
Lisa J. Ellwood
40 Native Films FREE - Vision Maker Media streaming Native films until August 2017
Jeremiah Miguel, a military veteran who found himself living in overcrowded conditions recently received housing through the Tribal HUD VASH program.
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