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Emceeone to Native Youth at YES!: What You Step Toward, You Attract
“What you step towards, you attract. What you attract will...
YES! Kicks Off Today, Inspires Native Youth to Pursue Entrepreneurship
Today a couple hundred youth from across the State of New...
After 44 Years, SACNAS Vital as Ever, Native Scientists Still Needed
Some 4,000 attendees recently gathered for the annual...
Change for the Better: How One Native Researcher Is Improving the Lives of Young People
As a young girl, Eve Tuck spent a lot of time visiting...
Standout Scholar: Anthropologist Audra Simpson Puts Natives in the Present
While there are still not enough Native people teaching at...
Educator Spotlight: Karen Francis-Begay Has Dedicated Her Life to Higher Education
Karen Francis-Begay, assistant vice president for tribal...
Educator Spotlight: Yale Professor Ned Blackhawk Steps Beyond the Classroom
Tanya H. Lee
Historian Ned Blackhawk, Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone, says he’s been exceedingly busy since ICTMN last checked in with him in 2012 ...
Columbus Did Not Kill Us All: Taino Documentary Proves It
Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Alex Zacarias recently spoke to ICTMN about his new documentary, Taino Daca (I Am) ...
Teaching Culture at Soboba
Being able to have your students share with the public what they have learned is the sign of true success for any teacher...
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Professional of the Year Award
Karletta Chief , an assistant professor and extension specialist of hydrology at the University of Arizona, has been named Professional of the Year by the American Indian Science a...
Myaamia Language Preservationist Wins Genius Grant
Mary Annette Pember
Daryl Baldwin of the Miami Tribe described learning that he’d been chosen as one of the 2016 MacArthur Fellows as “a surreal experience.” Commonly known as the “genius grant,” the ...
Obama Administration Gives Historic Control of Education System to Navajo Nation
In what Navajo Nation tribal leaders lauded as an historic agreement with the Bureau of Indian Education and the Department of the Interior, the Obama Administration has approved t...
Wikipedia Wants Improved Content on Indigenous Peoples, Needs Your Help
Wikipedia volunteers and the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit that oversees the free encyclopedia, recognize and want to close content gaps that exist in race and gender topics...
Professor Wayne Evans Remembered for Work in Indian Education
University of South Dakota
Wayne Evans, a University of South Dakota professor emeritus known for his leadership in Native American education in the state, died Friday, August 26, in Vermillion, South Dakota...
‘Just Watch Me': Challenging the ‘Origin Story’ of Native Americans
Denise Ryan/Vancouver Sun
The 14-year-old girl who bumps around in the police wagon is being unceremoniously returned to the Willingdon Industrial School for Girls, a juvenile correctional institute on Vanc...
Headdresses Passed Out on First Day of School Spark Outrage
A picture posted by mother Jennifer Dorner has started yet another conversation about why not to wear costume headdresses...
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