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European Bison Return to Wild
Shoni Schimmel Coming to New York City
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Files IHS Lawsuit
$380 Million More to Benefit Farmers
Pe’ Sla Brings SD Governor to Rosebud
Alexie Gives Disenrollment The Bird
Nat'l Tourism Week in Indian Country
N8V Youth Hockey Players Squaring Off
'Te Ata' to highlight Chickasaw actress
500-Mile Youth Run Against Dakota Access
Each Child Is Sacred
Reconciliation Is the New Assimilation
The Ancient One Will Return Home
The Week That Was: May 1, 2016
Navajo Modern Day Trading Post
Native Suicide: Intergenerational Trauma
Kinship and Tribal Nations
N8V Writers Selected for LA Writers Lab
Songs for Water Raise Money for Walks
NMAI Profile: Jim Taylor
Thing About Skins
School Seal Celebrating Genocide Protested by New Mexico Students
Native students at the University of New Mexico are...
Native Visionary Daystar Rosalie Jones Receives IAIA Lifetime Achievement Award
She’s danced for a president and his first lady, cabinet...
Listen: Winona LaDuke and Navajo Women Talk About the Future of Energy
Adrian Manygoats, Navajo, and Winona LaDuke, White Earth...
Cherokee Immersion Earns 18 Trophies in State Language Fair
Singing traditional hymns, reciting poems and even saying...
United Tribes Technical College Offers Free Tuition to Native Students
In an effort to make it easier for Native American students...
Open Books, Open Worlds: 6 Ways to Get Free (or Cheap) Books for Kids
Books open worlds for kids, but books can be prohibitively...
Indian Country Education Today
University of Arizona Makes American Indian Studies More Accessible
University of Arizona
The University of Arizona has made its American Indian Studies program a department, a change that allows for the development of a bachelor’s degree in the discipline...
Reddish Mud of a Spring or Eaglestaff—One Name Will Grace a New School
A Seattle school program for Native American students and students from an alternative school will have a name that is based on the Duwamish name for a local spring...
Indian Country Today Media Network Reaches Online Traffic Milestone
In a major breakthrough for Native media, IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com, the world’s largest and most trusted news source for contemporary Native American and indigenous news,...
Let’s Read! Let’s Move! Kicks Off at NMAI
U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is kicking off the first 2014 Let’s Read! Let’s Move!...
Remote Amazonian Villages in Peru Lack Schools, Teachers
Before dawn on school days, about a dozen Urarina children climb out of mosquito nets, dress and leave this tiny village for the muddy, nearly 90-minute trek to school in the neare...
Making Natives Copy White Parents Destroys Indigenous Families
Tanya H. Lee
Working closely with four American Indian tribes and four Canadian First Nations, Les Whitbeck, professor emeritus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his colleagues have de...
$7.5M Donation Propels UND to Lead the Energy Field
University of North Dakota
The University of North Dakota recently announced a $5 million gift from the Hess Corporation to the UND College of Engineering and Mines...
NTU Students Win Seven Medals at SkillsUSA Competition
Navajo Technical University
Navajo Technical University showcased its talents at the 50 th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference by medaling seven students competing in their respective t...
Dartmouth Trying to Live Up to Promise of Educating Native Youth
A few hundred Native students are at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire this week learning about financial aid and setting academic goals, reports Vermont Public Radio ...
From Videogames to Reality: Northern Ute Graduates from West Point
He’d sit there as a kid, eyeing the TV, and once in a while, a U.S. Army commercial would zip across the screen. The gallantry, he thought. The discipline. The camaraderie...
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