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Symposium to Bring Native Scholars
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Students at Humboldt Protest Treatment of Indigenous Population
The Unified Students of Humboldt, a group of Native...
Measuring the World the Yup’ik Way: New Math Curriculum Adds Up to Success
Seated on a couch in their house in Manokotak, in Alaska’s...
North Dakota Natives Fight for Right to Wear Eagle Feathers at Graduation
For more than 20 years the three high schools within Grand...
Affirmative Action II: Mismatch With Reality
We have seen how the argument that affirmative action in...
Tour for Humanity Mobile Bus Teaches Tolerance and History
The Tour for Humanity, created by the Friends of Simon...
Affirmative Action I: The Rise of White Rights
Everybody knows the general attack on affirmative action in...
Indian Country Education Today
New Web Tool Shares Indigenous Environmental Knowledge with Students
Debra Utacia Krol
A new website developed by the National Museum of the American Indian aims to share four tribes’ indigenous knowledge and cultures, and how this ancient knowledge shapes their resp...
Pyramid Lake Sends Record Number of Native American Graduates to College
What started in 1979 as a last resort for at-risk Native American students in northern Nevada is becoming a successful bridge to higher learning...
University of North Dakota Plans to Retire Fighting Sioux Nickname
According to the Associated Press , the University of North Dakota has finally agreed to retire the Fighting Sioux nickname by the end of the year...
Science Careers for Native Americans Touted
Among benefits for aspiring scientists at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) is the Native American Science Scholarship Program, with an annual application deadline of ...
Identity and Theory
Social theories provide a vision of the world about present conditions and possibilities for the future...
Native Tribal Scholars Program Hopes to Increase Graduation Rate
A group of 38 tribal teens spent six weeks over the summer at Regis College, in Weston, Massachusetts instead of relaxing or going to summer school...
Native Teens Paddle Tribal Canoes Down Willamette River
The flotilla making the annual Paddle Oregon trip, now in its 11th year, has been joined by two boats of Native design carrying kids from the Journeys in Creativity program, report...
State of Sequoyah Conference To Address Native American Issues
The State of Sequoyah Conference—scheduled for September 1 and 2—will address a number of Native American issues including economic development, history, contemporary studies, as w...
University of North Dakota Faces Sanctions
According to MPR News , the University of North Dakota missed its deadline—mandated by the NCAA—to drop the Fighting Sioux nickname and now faces sanctions starting today...
PEOPLE Program Celebrates 11th Year
The PEOPLE Program , or Pre-College Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) is celebrating its 11 th year of hel...
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