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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...
A Battle Over Historical Significance for the Carlisle Indian School Farmhouse
The struggle to save the farmhouse at the former Carlisle Indian School (CIS) now includes an official request to re-evaluate the building’s historic value while the Army continues...
Underdogs, Daniel LaRusso, and Democrats: Denise Juneau Rocked the House
I root, unabashedly, for underdogs. Growing up cheering for the Seattle Mariners, Supersonics or Seahawks will do that to you...
Iroquois Linguistics Certificate at Syracuse University Comes at Important Time for Native Languages
Gale Courey Toensing
Syracuse University will offer a new program in Iroquois linguistics this fall semester...
Too Many Scholarships, Not Enough Native Students Applying
Dr. Dean Chavers
In talking to my friend Al Paulson recently, it turned out we have a common problem. We can’t give away scholarships. What a shame...
Arizona Adopts Native American Language Teacher Certification Policy
A new policy will enable certified Native language speakers to teach their Native languages in Arizona classrooms...
Carlisle Indian School Descendants Fight to Preserve Part of Painful History
The last building where Native American students lived and attended classes at the Carlisle Indian School (CIS) in Carlisle, Pennsylvania is slated for demolition in late August or...
American Indian Civil Rights Conference Says Women Key
It was a conference on the complexities of American Indian civil rights, but it carried a timeless admonition that civil rights are human rights as expressed in a principled way of...
Navajo Times CEO Wins Award for Diversity Leadership
Tom Arviso, the publisher and chief executive officer of the Navajo Times in Window Rock, Arizona, was recently named a recipient of the McGruder Award for Diversity Leadership, aw...
Documentary Follows Native Students Learning and Preserving Tewa Language
In November 2009, Santa Fe Preparatory School in Santa Fe, New Mexico sent out a newsletter announcing a self-study curriculum in which Native teenagers would study the Tewa langua...
Many Californians Working to Revitalize Native Languages
L. Frank Manriquez, Acjachemem/Rarámuri/Tongva, has been part of that effort for the past two decades...
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