Lacrosse documentary “Keepers of the Game” follows a group...
In 2013 news headlines lit up the Internet with the release...
As of 1969, Congress had passed 5,000 laws for Indians. The...
Summer reading can help slow down the “summer slide,” a...
Native authors wanting to get their books published may...
Summer vacation is here for most students, but a group of...
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Indian Country Education Today

Miwok Pride Wilton YoungStars
Melissa Leal
Wilton Rancheria, a federally recognized tribe located in Sacramento County, California, believes that language is one of their biggest assets...
Rick Kearns
Native students at Yale joined more than 1,000 people to make their voices heard in an event this week called the March of Resilience, where students of color and their allies show...
Jimmy Santiago Baca
Alysa Landry
Jimmy Santiago Baca checks his watch before leaning back on a plush couch in the lobby of a hotel in Taos, New Mexico, and launching into a story...
University of Las Vegas Nevada Suzan Shown Harjo
Caitlyn Caruso
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...
Aaron Carapella Kansas City
Alysa Landry
A new pre-contact map by Aaron Carapella promises to be the most comprehensive snapshot of South America’s Indigenous Peoples...
Geneticists Fox Tsosie Yracheta
Tanya H. Lee
Three young Native American geneticists are making their mark in a field often shunned by indigenous scientists...
Rick Kearns
The new movie about the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, “To Save The Man,” to be written and directed by John Sayles , tells the story of the residential school through the eyes...
AISES Leadership Summit Closing Banquet
Jason Morgan Edwards
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) has been convening its annual conference since 1978. This year’s will be held November 19-21 in Phoenix, Arizona ...
This past week brought no shortage of victories and sorrows to Indian country, ranging from the untimely death of a young, beloved singer-songwriter to the rejection of the Keyston...
Alana Walker TEDNA Winner
Alana Walker, a member of the Nez Perce Tribe, and student at the Institute of American Indian Arts, was recently announced as the winner of the Tribal Education Departments Nation...