Monthly Archives: October 2012

Turtle Island Indigenous Flock to Vatican to Witness Kateri Tekakwitha’s Canonization

By ICTMN StaffOctober 21, 2012 From Novia Scotia to British Columbia, and from Mohawk communities in the  Northeast to the Yakama in California, First Nations citizens and American  Indians streamed to the Vatican in Rome this week to witness the … Continue reading

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Oregon residents help Native icon pay her rent

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, Agnes Baker Pilgrim turned 88. Grandma Aggie, as many know her, is the oldest living descendant of the Takelma people and serves as a Native American spiritual elder and indigenous stateswoman. She has been written about … Continue reading

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Notes From a Single Mom: Domestic Violence Hits Home for Nearly 40 Percent of Native Women

Your home is supposed to be a safe place, a refuge from the stresses and storms of life. You shut your front door at night and gather around the warmth of kinship to relax, refuel and recharge. It feels so … Continue reading

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