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Top Canada Journalism Prize Goes to Indigenous Reporter for Missing and Murdered Women Coverage
One of Canada’s most prestigious journalism honors has been...
Giant Dugout Canoes Gather Again at Kettle Falls
Eight huge canoes arrived at Kettle Falls in northern...
Ban Monty Montezuma, The Racist Mascot That Won’t Die
In this era of heightened awareness about the offensiveness...
Aloha-K’é: Provocative Hawaiian and New Mexican Tribal Mash-Up
Indigenous educators at Native American Community Academy...
‘Stark Racial Disparities’ Persist in Classrooms
Our systemic failure to educate some groups of children as...
Trailblazing Native Grad Soars to New Heights With UNITY Award
When Sarah De Herrera sang the national anthem in her...
Indian Country Education Today
Leadership Camp: Building Culture, Creativity, Compassion and Courage
Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge, a nonprofit organization, held its Second Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp from July 20-27, 2014 in Culpeper, Virginia just outside Washing...
Number of Native American Students in U.S. Public Schools to Drop; Population Rises
Although minority students this year will outnumber white students for the first time in American history, Native American students will continue to remain the minority among minor...
The Gathering Place: North Idaho College Has Services for Native Students
North Idaho College
The sounds of drums and tribal singing once rang out on the shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene at the summer gathering place of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe...
Learning Reporting in an Ever-Changing Digital World
Sarah K. Jones
Today’s tech-savvy student journalists are able to work from their phones or iPads and no longer need to carry around bulky equipment...
Native Heritage Night and Shoni Schimmel Draw Huge Crowd to Phoenix
Thousands of Native American basketball fans traveled from all parts of Arizona and around the country to Phoenix August 5 to see Atlanta Dream’s Shoni Schimmel in action as her te...
Seattle Landmarks Board Votes to Save Indian Heritage School
Plans to demolish a public school with strong ties to Seattle’s Native community have been sent back to the drawing board...
Making Higher Education Possible: 92 Navajo Students Earn Scholarship
Ninety-two 2014 Navajo high school graduates have been honored with the Navajo Nation’s top academic achievement award, the Chief Manuelito Scholarship...
‘History Girls’ Propose Native Site Recognition for Passanageset Knoll
The Broad Meadows Marsh in Quincy, Massachusetts, is another recent success in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ aquatic habitat restoration...
Rebuilding Native Nations Course: What I Learned
I had the opportunity to take the Rebuilding Native Nations Strategies for Governance and Development course offered by the Native Nations Institute at the University of Arizona...
Language Is Key to Culture: Seneca Fight to Save Theirs
In the three Seneca territories in Western New York there are just 30 elders who speak the language fluently—10 years ago there were 200 fluent speakers, reports WGRZ ...
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