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Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
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Education Self-Determination Superstars: Cochiti Pueblo Takes On Language-Learning
It all started when Trisha Moquino entered the public...
Ray Halbritter Discusses Native Imagery in Sports at Carlisle Journeys
Operated from 1879 to 1918 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, the...
ICTMN’s Vincent Schilling Discusses Columbus Day on HuffPo LiveStream
ICTMN’s Arts and Entertainment editor Vincent Schilling (...
Celebrating What It Means to Be Indigenous
This weekend I drove with my family across the plains of...
Educator Spotlight: Yale Professor Ned Blackhawk Steps Beyond the Classroom
Historian Ned Blackhawk, Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone...
Ask N NDN: A Native Youth’s Perspective on White House Tribal Nations Conference
My name is Cierra Fields. I am 17 and a member of the...
Indian Country Education Today
American Indian Graduate Center Installs New Board Leadership
American Indian Graduate Center
The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving cultural and economic wellbeing for individuals and tribes through graduate education, ...
Featured Photo: Bassoonist Is Breaking Stereotypes
‘Navajo Math Circles’: Watch it on PBS in September
As part of its Spotlight Education , a special week of primetime programming that will examine the challenges facing today’s students and this country’s education system, PBS will ...
Cheyenne River Will Learn to Eat Like the Ancestors With Chef Loretta Barrett Oden
Native chef, food historian, and lecturer Loretta Barrett Oden will visit the Cheyenne River Youth Project August 11 to 12 for the nonprofit’s “Learning to Eat Like Our Ancestors” ...
Native Students Take Note: FAFSA Changes Coming
In September 2015, President Barack Obama announced significant changes to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process that will affect millions of students...
Anthologies, Films, Plays and Poetry: 7 Genres of Works by and About Jim Northrup
Jim Northrup, the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa author, playwright, poet and upholder of Ojibwe traditions and language, walked on due to complications from kidney can...
‘Since Time Immemorial’ Training Gets a $600K Boost
A state law requires schools in Washington to teach students the history of the state’s 29 federally recognized indigenous nations, just as they teach U.S. and state history...
Gates Scholarships Slow to a Trickle
In a recent press release , the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) announced its “high-impact scholarship initiative, the Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program’s 2016 awardees woul...
USDA Awards $2.2M to Remote Native Villages
Once, rural Native communities were cut off from the rest of the world...
The Indigenous Canary in the Coal Mine
Are indigenous relations a sign of the health of the U.S. or nation state political well-being? Does the miner’s canary work the same for Indigenous Peoples?...
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