Tag: white house tribal nations conference
As a way to recognize former President Barack Obama's 56th birthday, here are 10 memorable Indian country moments covered by ICMN,
“Hey, Gents! Ready those roaches!” When the pow wow M.C. puts out the call for roaches, he is not referring to marijuana or those creepy, scuttling bugs. Instead, he is hoping to see the beautifully-crafted headdresses worn by male dancers that are made with colored porcupine quills. Aside the...
Dean B. Suagee
The Trump administration should fix the Land and Water Conservation Fund to include tribal nations as sovereign governments.
Alex Hamer's trips to Washington D.C., Standing Rock and #NoDAPL, resulted in amazing photos of Iroquois youth, Mohawk elders, Susan Sarandon and more
Native Elders, Youth, and Pow Wows! ICMN's Alex Hamer grabbed 10 Great Images of Indian Country in 2016 such as Winona LaDuke, #NoDAPL Protectors and more
Moments after our 45th President, Donald Trump was inaugurated, webpages critical to the Obama Administration, were removed from the White House website
Native American Youth and Champion for Change Cierra Fields talks about her amazing 2017, to include White House activities, pow wow stomping and more.
Striking and beautiful picture moments by 16-year-old Tlingit Tribal member, Christian Gomez, an amazing Native youth photographer.
Artistry for NoDAPL: Dine' artist and activist Remy
With just 3 months to spare, the Obama Administration met—and exceeded—its goal to place half a million acres of land into trust for tribal nations.
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