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Comanche Boy in Denmark for Next Bout
Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Jim Thorpe, the Play
PA Community Divided Over 'Redskins'
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Neechie Gear Founder Honored With Awards
13 Images: Occupation of Wounded Knee
The Context of Indian Nation Treaties
Thing About Skins
Walter Echo-Hawk Serves as Professor This Semester at Lewis & Clark
Lewis & Clark Law School is pleased to host renowned...
Dr. Anton Treuer Will Return to True Passion—Teaching Students
Dr. Anton Treuer, executive director of Bemidji State...
MSU Professor Selected as 2015 Leopold Leadership Fellow
Gail Small, professor of Native American Studies at Montana...
Recognizing the Contributions of African American Teachers at Indian Schools
In recognition of Black History Month, the Indian Pueblo...
Salaita Sues University and Donors Over Firing for ‘Uncivil’ Criticism of Israel
Dr. Steven Salaita has filed a multi-claim civil rights...
Educating the Educators: 4 Choice Books to Fill Juneau’s Curriculum Gap
A handful of books pulled from the fourth-grade curriculum...
Ojibwe Author Anton Treuer Wins Major Award
Ojibwe author Anton Treuer has won an Award of Merit from the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) for historical preservation, the group announced...
Native Student Publication Gets a Makeover
Joseph A. Quintana, the managine editor, of Red Ink Magazine...
Susquehanna River, Ancestral Home of the Susquehannock, Receives Historic Designation
Katie Faull, a Bucknell University professor of German and humanities, wasn’t expecting this result when a student asked what she knew about early Moravian missionaries along the S...
Teach for America Needs Underrepresented Leaders to Succeed
In a blog posted on HuffingtonPost.com on June 27, Wendy Kopp, CEO and founder of Teach for America, discusses who joins her organization and why...
Native Teens Prepare for Higher Education With Indigenous Ways of Knowing Academy
Right now 24 Native American students are battling the odds—the odds that say half of them won’t graduate high school—by dedicating two weeks of their summer to the Indigenous Ways...
Application Deadline for Native Earth Summer Camp Is July 2
Native American elders, teachers and environmental science professionals will provide a 10-day summer camp for Native American youth from August 8-17 through the Center for Native ...
Musqueam Battle to Protect Burial Grounds From Condo Developers in B.C.
David P. Ball
Members of Musqueam First Nation, battling to stop a condo development from being built on their ancient burial ground, are escalating the fight with blockades of public roads...
Dairy Farms Prospered in Once-Lush Sahara
Picture the Sahara desert. Now picture it filled with herders milking cattle. Hard to believe, right?...
Marie-Cecile Nottaway Is the Algonquin Martha Stewart
She gently pulls canoes out of fortune-cookie dough, bakes a mean bannock and does not shy away from roasting a beaver...
Bureau of Indian Education Director Resigning
Keith Moore, Rosebud Sioux, is resigning as director of the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) to take a position in his home state of South Dakota...
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