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NMAI: Stop Auction of Remains & Items
Angriest Indian Author: Adrian C. Louis
Harsh Wildfire Season on West Coast
Native Students Enjoy IAIA Graduation
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
Thing About Skins
Santa Fe Indian School Prepares for FLOTUS Visit
Santa Fe Indian School Principal Dr. Felisa Gulibert was...
Foodies and Funnies: A Double Header of Native Speakers at SFCC Graduation
Mise en place, the French culinary term for “everything in...
President Obama Honors Native Teachers
President Barack Obama honored two remarkable American...
American Indian College Fund Receives $2.4 Million Grant
The American Indian College Fund will create pathways to...
Marika Trujillo Crowned Miss Indian UNM
Junior Marika Trujillo from Laguna Pueblo has been crowned...
Oklahoma City University President Named Honorary Kiowa Member
Oklahoma City University President Robert Henry was...
Indian Country Education Today
Fairness, Justice and Government
Recent studies by the UCLA School of Law Native Nations Law & Policy Center suggest that American Indians do not believe that federal, state or tribal courts are fair...
NAJA Concerned About Mainstream Media's Portrayal of Native Americans
Jeff Harjo, executive director of the Native American Journalists Association, released the following statement regarding the portrayal of Native Americans in mainstream media: "Th...
Maryland College Awarded Grant to Study Potomac River Archaeological Sites
Ritual Use of Caffeinated ‘Vomit Drink’ Discovered at Cahokia
Made from the roasted leaves of the Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) that grew more than 300 miles away, researchers found evidence that inhabitants at Cahokia were enjoying caffeinat...
Oklahoma Schools Are Doing Something Right for Native Students
The National Indian Education Association presented a webinar on July 19 to help educators and Native American advocacy organizations decipher the National Indian Education Study 2...
Stewardship Paid Forward: Native Teens Learn Conservation in Summer Program
Forget all the head-shaking about youngsters spending their summer surrounded by electronic devices...
Documentary Profiles Native Students as They Consider Their Futures
For her first documentary Erica Scharf, of Oceanside, New York takes an in-depth look at three Navajo teens struggling to walk in two worlds in Up Heartbreak Hill ...
American Indian College Fund Names New Leader
Cheryl Crazy Bull, or “Wacinyanpi Win” (They Depend on Her), president of Northwest Indian College , in Bellingham, Washington has been named head of the American Indian College Fu...
Zuni Pueblo Model Paves Way For Healthy Kids
Zuni youth at the summer camp “What are you doing this summer?” If you asked the kids of the Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico today, many of them would tell you they are enrolled ...
Legacy of Survival Brings Exiled Dakotas Home
For 150 years 14 Dakota tribal communities have lived in exile in the Dakotas, Nebraska, Montana and Canada—they’ll come back to their Minnesota homeland for two days this month...
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