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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...
Aaron Thomas Selected as New Director of Native American Research Lab at University of Montana
Dr. Aaron Thomas, Diné, will take up his new position as director of the Native American Research Laboratories at the University of Montana in January...
Great Plains Writers’ Conference Examines the Legacy of Vine Deloria Jr., Call for Papers
The Great Plains Writers’ Conference will be held March 24-26, 2013 and will feature a program on the legacy of Lakota author Vine Deloria Jr...
Educator Spotlight: Ned Blackhawk
Author and scholar Ned Blackhawk is a member of the Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone Indians of Nevada and a professor of history and American studies at Yale University ...
Chinle Educator Named 2012 Monsanto Fund Rural Teacher of the Year
Shaun Martin has known since he was 12 that he wanted to be a teacher and now his efforts are being recognized...
Tomb Discovered in Guatemala Likely Belonged to Maya Queen K’abel
Archaeologists in Guatemala believe they’ve discovered the tomb of Lady K’abel, military ruler of the Wak, or “Centipede” kingdom, during the seventh-century...
Chief Short Cake Math Assignment Gaffe Has Lac du Flambeau Members Urging Cultural Sensitivity
“What happened after Chief Short Cake Died?” That was the question posed at the top of 17-year-old Noah Archer’s assignment on Friday, September 28...
University of Utah Shifts Focus to Tribal Languages, Some Fear World Indigenous Languages Will Be Left Behind
At the end of August, the University of Utah announced that the Center for American Indian Languages (CAIL) would be dissolved into the American West Center (AWC) and that CAIL’s N...
Musqueam Declare Victory in Fight to Protect Ancient Village Burial Site
David P. Ball
In what may be a first for a major Canadian city, the Musqueam Indian Band is rejoicing after the province of British Columbia announced it would not re-issue permits to develop a ...
New York Mom Offended By ‘Cowboys and Native Americans’ Game at Son's Elementary School
When Lana Smith, a Mi’kmaq mother from Syracuse, New York heard her 7-year-old son, Damon Holmes, had played a game called “cowboys and Indians” in gym class toward the end of last...
Native American Studies Celebrates 40 Years at Dartmouth College
The Native American studies program at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire has come a long way from having just one half-time professor and offering two classes when it was...
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