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The Week That Was: February 7, 2016
Assimilation, Integration, Colonization
Dem Presidential Election is Fixed
HA HA! Comic Jonny R's The Ojibwe Outlaw
Native Humor: Pow Wow Jokes & Stick NDNs
Diné Beads, Sells Sports Medallions
Yo Mackelmore! Gyasi's White Privilege 3
Omaha Superbowl Invite to Peyton Manning
Video: Rare Blue Whale Mother and Calf
College Fund Ad to Increase Enrollment
NMAI Profile: Ken St. Marks
Six Super Bowl 50 Prop Bets
Osage Nation Wins Bid on Turner Ranch
USDA Investments Impact Rural America
Brown Changes Fall Holiday to IPD
Hillary and Bernie, Mano y Mano
USDA Microloans to Farmers Purchase Land
LA Tribe Gets $48mn for Climate Move
Giant Lake Disappears!
Cherokee Elder Talks Candy and Santa
Thing About Skins
Technology Helps Teach Navajo in New Ways
Learning a new language can be hard, especially when the...
Dreamcatcher Mural Honoring Sandy Hook Victims Covered Up
When Lindsay Fuori and Mairin Hayes painted a mural to...
Native Student Featured as ‘New Student Activist’ By New York Times
The New York Times recently featured seven student...
9 Ways the New Education Law Is a Win for Indian Country
The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 is a big win for...
Harnessing the Power of TV & the Pen: Native Journalist Patty Talahongva
Patty Talahongva, Hopi, is working with the community-...
Dreamstarters Named By Billy Mills Take Top Honors
On October 14, 2014, fifty years to the day since Oglala...
Indian Country Education Today
Murdered Native UNC-Chapel Hill Student Remembered by Friends, Family and Tribe
The Chapel Hill, North Carolina, community is mourning 19-year-old Faith Hedgepeth, a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) and a member of...
Native Sorority Empowers Women and Promotes Culture
Native women enrolled in universities across the U.S. are enjoying the camaraderie and sisterhood that comes from membership in the first historically American Indian sorority...
Children's Show Soars Over the Language Barrier
Experts often caution against exposing children to too much television. But they could be forgiven for making an exception in one case. Tiga Talk!...
Churchill Loses in State Supreme Court
Embattled former professor Ward Churchill failed what may be his last chance in a five-year civil rights lawsuit against the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU)...
Video Spotlight: The Importance of Language
This video begins with students saying they don't know their native language and pointing out that one-third of indigenous languages still spoken in the United States have fewer th...
Remains Found 60 Years Ago to Be Returned to Tribes
UPDATED OCTOBER 4, 2:45 P.M: New information added from the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
The conventions are over and the presidential campaign now enters the home stretch...
Chickasaw Nation Appoints New Administrator of Division of History and Culture
Lisa John, who has been employed with the Chickasaw Nation since 1994, will now serve as administrator for the nation’s Division of History and Culture...
A Battle Over Historical Significance for the Carlisle Indian School Farmhouse
The struggle to save the farmhouse at the former Carlisle Indian School (CIS) now includes an official request to re-evaluate the building’s historic value while the Army continues...
Video Spotlight: Past, Present and Future of Native Americans in Minneapolis
Native elders speak out about conditions in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the past, present and the future...
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