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The Week That Was
2015 Pulitzer to Mandan History Book
‘Great Time to Be Studying Journalism’
Is Ohio Piling on Jim Obergefell?
The Epidemic of Early Death on the Rez
Museums Need to Form Parternerships
9 Bison Calves Born on Cherokee Nation
University Arguably Not Safe For Natives
Native Students, Jeff Bridges at LA Gala
Trahant: Investing in Native Youth
The Pope and Genocide
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
15 Bison Escape NY State Farm, Shot Dead
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Video: ‘Sensitive? You Can Leave’
Ben Shelly Condemns Adam Sandler Film
Thing About Skins
Tohono O’odham Community College Gets Top-Notch Art Degree Program
Fransisco A. Fraire Jr. has been drawing for as long as he...
Halbritter on R-Word: Change Comes Slowly, But it Will Come
Oneida Nation Representative and CEO of Oneida Nation...
Judge Okays Discrimination Trial for Fired NSU Professor
In the United States District Court for the Eastern...
New Red Lake Nation College Takes the Shape of an Eagle
Looking toward the lake near the Red Lake Humanities Center...
Was Closure of UNC Chapel Hill Poverty Center Racially Motivated?
A controversial decision to close an academic center for...
University of Alberta Teepee Vandalism Causes Fear In Indigenous Community
Over the weekend of March 7 to 8, teepee poles erected by...
Archaeologists Awarded Grants for Continued Research at Cahokia Mounds
Indiana University Bloomington
Archaeologists at Indiana University and the University of Illinois have been awarded two grants totaling $640,000 to continue and expand their research at Cahokia Mounds, site of ...
Language Preservation Efforts and a Birch Bark Canoe Build at UMass Amherst
A University of Massachusetts Amherst anthropologist has received a major fellowship award to master the endangered Anishinaabemowin language of Native American Ojibwe tribal commu...
Checking In With Miss Navajo Technical University
Navajo Technical University
On September 30, 2014, Navajo Technical University Public Administration major Glennis Yazzie of Chinle, Arizona outlasted two other contestants and was crowned Miss Navajo Technic...
Fresno State Announces Native Student Recruitment Initiative
Fresno State News
A new outreach and recruitment initiative at Fresno State will strengthen partnerships with rancherias, school districts and tribal agencies serving American Indian students...
UMM Receives Community Service Award at AISES Conference
University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota, Morris American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Chapter received the Outstanding Community Service Award at the 2014 AISES National Conf...
Video: Ithaca College Students Protest Police Brutality
“Silence has never saved anybody,” one of the Ithaca College protesters announces before the group marches through campus to protest police brutality...
Tackling the Stanford Indian and Other Racist Mascots
Dr. Dean Chavers
Stanford University in California was the first institution in the U.S. that changed a demeaning Indian symbol to a positive one...
Northland College Senior Excels at AISES Conference
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) selected 70 undergraduate students including Northland College senior Stephanie Muise to present oral presentations in a...
Yale Brings Native New England Research Into the 21st Century
The Yale Indian Papers Project is making it easier to learn about the history and culture of New England Natives by gathering historical materials into one virtual collection...
‘How the Grinch Stole Thanksgiving’
Dr. Cornel Pewewardy, of Portland State University, visited California State University, Fresno on Tuesday, November 18 to discuss Thanksgiving from a Native American perspective...
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