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Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
Blackhorse Goes Toe-to-Toe With Shelly
Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
Is This the Climate’s Turning Point?
Students Face Racism at Hockey Game
Humboldt Students Occupying Building
Barona Murder Suspect Released
Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge
Russell Wilson Says He's Part Native
Native Student Can’t Wait to Help People
AZ Indian Festival Ready for Super Bowl
5 Important Enviro Stories, Updated
Treatment of Indians Inspired Hitler
Former State Official Admits to Theft
Natives Protest Jackson Foundation
Sundance: A Short Film Fights Poverty
Misty Upham Included in SAG Tribute
Construction Begins for New AZ Casino
Thing About Skins
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...
From Lab Rats to Psychics: Canadian Residential Schools Tested ‘Primitive’ Aboriginal Children for ESP
Children ripped away from their parents during the boarding...
How Technology Is Helping Modern Language Revitalization Efforts, Part 3
Previously we discussed a variety of websites available for...
Letter From a Concerned Parent: School's 'Indian Day' Is Equivalent to Blackface
In the fall, Anthony Summerlin of Cookeville, Tennessee,...
Indian Country Education Today
North Pole Project Helps High School Students Receive New Computers
Cherokee Nation Release
Three northeastern Oklahoma students were surprised by the Cherokee Nation with a brand new desktop computer as part of the North Pole Project...
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...
Federal Government to Rate Tribal Colleges
Tanya H. Lee
The Obama administration recently released for comment its draft framework for rating institutions of higher education as “high performing,” “low performing” or “in the middle.” Tr...
Student Spotlight: Working on Energy Sustainability, and Empowering Tribes
For Brittany Anstead, a career in sustainability began with a series of pointed questions...
Youth Project Hosts Grad Ceremony for Main University Students
Earlier this month, the Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, held a special graduation ceremony for the eight youngsters who completed Main University’s fall ...
College Fund Thanks Donors With Year-End Video
In a video featuring #NativeScholars, the American Indian College Fund says thank you to donors who have helped provide more than 100,000 scholarships during the organization’s fir...
Native Leaders Appointed to Positions in Education, Environment, Justice in Washington State
Three prominent Native American Washingtonians have been appointed to key positions in education, environmental protection, and the judiciary. On December 15, Gov...
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...
New Seattle Superintendent Will Meet With Native Reps
Seattle’s new superintendent of public schools, Dr...
BIE in Crisis: Underfunded Agency Can’t Do Its Job
Tanya H. Lee
Timothy Benally, acting superintendent of schools for the Navajo Nation Department of Diné Education, testified before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in May, “The state of ...
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