Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read this past week as of Oct 13, 2018

Vincent Schilling

A week's end review of the top stories in Indian Country Today as picked by our readers

Here are this past week’s top 10 stories ending October 13, 2018.

Top 10

  1. 8 Myths and Atrocities About #ChristopherColumbus and #ColumbusDay
  2. Social media erupts - RCMP say dead Native woman found in ditch 'not suspicious'
  3. Racist. Mean. Sad. Ugly. Pick the word: GOP official attacks Sharice Davids
  4. Texas Judge rules Indian Child Welfare Act as unconstitutional
  5. The goal is to take away our kids, dismantle our cultures and traditions - ICT Opinion by Susan Devan Harness
  6. It’s a good day to be Indigenous! A list of Indigenous People's Day events
  7. Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read this past week as of Oct 06, 2018
  8. Grammy winner Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas - An Indian Country Today interview
  9. Promising Navajo leader ‘with so much potential’ dies young
  10. Black Eyed Peas to join Redbone at First Los Angeles Indigenous Peoples Day

Top 5 Archives

  1. The True Story of Pocahontas: Historical Myths Versus Sad Reality
  2. Natural Pain Relief: 9 Alternatives to Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen or Aspirin
  3. Actor, ‘Medicine Man’ Chasing Horse Banished From Fort Peck
  4. 9 Teaching Resources That Tell the Truth About Columbus
  5. 8 Things You Should Know About Two Spirit People


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Comments (2)
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1492 Columbus,what USA,the country looked like drink water out of rivers,all the birds animals,like to go back in time say Milwaukee Wi look like lots of hard wood trees,now just want out,home stead,mother earth blues like.Jeff Schwersinske