Tag: native groups
ICMN correspondent Frank Hopper returns to Washington State prison where he was once locked up share a sweat with the Tribal Sons.
Evan Chocknok Sr. favors his right leg while he walks but it doesn’t help much: When the left knee begins to ache, walking hurts. Next, his lower back might begin to flare, but all that must be set aside. On this windy day in early July, it’s time pull...
The Yellowstone grizzly is off the federal endangered species list; the Northern Cheyenne and other groups will block move in court.
The First Peoples Fund received $500,000 from the Northwest Area Foundation to build an arts ecosystem that will support Native artists.
The Alaska Senate voted down a state income tax that was not only fair but necessary according to supporters and Alaska Natives.
Thing About Skins by Gyasi Ross: "James Comey Had It Coming: The FBI and it's Destructive History with Native People."
The age of Serpent Mound has been revised as the result of a new radiocarbon analysis, suggesting that the mound is about 1,400 years older.
Reno, Nevada was one of more than 600 municipalities to join the Women's March on Saturday, January 21 and Natives led the procession.
George W. Bush won the election of 2000 and spent much of his two terms in office "actively ignoring" Indians and other minorities.
The 2,800-mile journey of Tlingit artist Doug Chilton and his canoe to support Standing Rock Sioux against the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
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