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LA College Fund Gala: Native Students, Jeff Bridges, and Autographed Swag
The American Indian College Fund held the second of three...
Cobell Scholarship Applications Available Now
The American Indian Graduate Center has announced it will...
President, First Lady, Tribal Leaders Discuss Investing in Native Youth
Last week, folks from a broad range of diverse backgrounds...
Montana Steps Up for Native Students, Future Leaders
While school boards and politicians in some states say they...
Tohono O’odham Community College Gets Top-Notch Art Degree Program
Fransisco A. Fraire Jr. has been drawing for as long as he...
First Lady on Challenges Facing Native Youth: ‘We Own This’
First Lady Michelle Obama recalled her and her husband’s...
Indian Country Education Today
Seneca Great-Grandmother Earns PhD in Transnational Studies
Pat Donovan/UB News
“My age never intervened in anything I accomplished at UB,” says Nancy Napierala, 78, who received her PhD in American studies last week from the Department of Transnational Studie...
Chickasaw Ambassador Honored; Talks About Teachers Making a Difference
Chickasaw Nation Release
Three governors witnessed Chickasaw Nation Ambassador At-Large to the United States receive honors for his never-ending mission to enhance the quality of life of others...
Choctaw Student Earns Dual Scholarships to Duke
Bret Moss, Choctaw Nation SAP
Jordan Kern, a student of Henryetta High School has recently been accepted to Duke University’s class of 2018, where he will begin his education in the fall...
Mohawk and Lakota Activists Light Fire for Climate Action
Karenna Gore, The Union Forum
The dispossession of Native peoples, the exploitation of land for resources and profit, and the suppression of indigenous spiritual practices have always operated in concert...
People of the Dirt, Part Two: The Obsessive and Destructive Artifact Thieves
Mary Annette Pember
In one episode of Breaking Bad , a TV series about criminals producing methamphetamine, two of the characters, Jesse and Mike are trying to retrieve a huge stash of the drug stolen...
Commitment to Education Connects Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame Inductees
From the Chickasaw Nation Ambassador who helped hundreds of Native Americans gain acceptance into law school to a former attorney turned tutor, education was a common thread connec...
Fallout Continues From Atleo Resignation as Education Act Put on Hold
As words of both appreciation and censure poured in upon the resignation of Shawn A-in-chut Atleo as National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, the fate of the First Nations ...
UNITY Youth and Indigenous Tribes of Taiwan Exchange Culture, Memories
Mary Kim Titla
The idea that indigenous tribes of Taiwan might benefit from the creation of youth councils led to an amazing overseas exchange between six Native American youth leaders and two ch...
Billy Frank Jr. Has Gone Home Too Soon
"God Damn Son of a Bitch!" was my favorite Billy Frank Jr. quote...
Defying the Odds: Five Red Cloud Students Earn Gates Scholarships
Red Cloud Indian School
Growing up on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Caine Ghost Bear spent hours every day with his great-grandmother...
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