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What Comes After #NoIWontJustMoveOn?
Tawna Sanchez: ‘We Did It’
Read It and Eat: Literacy and Lunch
Teaching O’odham History in Arizona
Missing Men from Pine Ridge Found Dead
Native PTAC Wins Economic Impact Award
Arthur: Assimilation Answer to 'Problem'
On the Washington Post Redskins Poll
AFME’s Native Stars & Stories
Dakota Access Pipeline Moves Forward
Win Tickets to White House Women Summit
Another Activist Attacked in Honduras
Manning: Sanders Advocates for Tribes
New Research Sinks Bering Strait Theory
'Extreme Heat Week' Focuses on Coping
Cobell Scholarships (Almost) On the Way
$56M in Community Development Funds
On the Papal Bull, 'Sublimis Deus'
The Week That Was: May 22, 2016
Rep. Cole: More Worried About Clinton
Thing About Skins
Foodies and Funnies: A Double Header of Native Speakers at SFCC Graduation
Mise en place, the French culinary term for “everything in...
Baboquivari High School Hosts First-Ever College Signing Day
Baboquivari High School on the Tohono O’odham Nation hosted...
Marika Trujillo Crowned Miss Indian UNM
Junior Marika Trujillo from Laguna Pueblo has been crowned...
More Than 115 to Graduate from Bacone College in May
On May 7, 119 graduates will walk the stage at Bacone...
Oklahoma City University President Named Honorary Kiowa Member
Oklahoma City University President Robert Henry was...
Dancing in the RAIN: UND Nursing Recruitment Program Celebrates 25 Years
They say April showers bring May flowers, but for the...
First World Indigenous Games Bring Tribal Colleges and Students to Brazil
Fireworks and a fire ceremony heralded the opening events of the first World Indigenous Games, held in Palmas, Brazil from October 23 to November 1...
Indigenous Studies Now Required at Two Canadian Universities
Indigenous studies will be required for graduation from two Canadian universities as of next year with another institution discussing the idea...
Video: New Website Helps Educators Teach About Wisconsin’s Native Nations
Twelve American Indian nations call Wisconsin home. Each has its own customs, its own identity, its own story...
Convenience Is Key at IAIA: Institute Expands Course Offerings
The Institute of American Indian Arts continues to offer courses at the Higher Education Center, as well as online, to make getting a degree more convenient for potential students...
Haskell: A Great School, And Needs More Money to Stay That Way
Tanya H. Lee
Students at Haskell Indian Nations University have high aspirations, says President Venida Chenault, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, and the university is looking for new resources...
Humboldt Students Win Fight to Change ‘Thanksgiving Break’ to ‘Fall Break’
Students at Humboldt State University, in Arcata, California have won a small victory for Native Americans...
Indian Law Program at University of Tulsa Not Just for Attorneys
The Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law program at the University of Tulsa College of Law started in the fall of 2011 with 10 students...
Rare, Traditional Arts Making a Comeback at Tribal Colleges
Ancient Native arts and technology are bringing a cultural revolution to 13 tribal colleges and universities that received a grant from the American Indian College Fund...
Dark, Ugly Past of Rutgers Being Explored
A newly formed committee at Rutgers University is charged with exploring “enslaved and disenfranchised populations” in the university’s 249-year history...
Native American Heritage Month Brings Suzan Shown Harjo’s Wisdom to Vegas Students
Dr. Suzan Shown Harjo , president and executive director of the Morning Star Institute, and one of several plaintiffs who led Harjo et al. v. Pro Football Inc...
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