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Making Native Sense of Disney’s ‘Moana’
Clinton Campaign Responds to DAPL
DAPL: Desecration, Mace, Police Snipers
Native Women Must Vote Now
Michell Hicks to Offer Financial, Busine
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Large Police Action Underway at DAPL
Water Protectors' Efforts Not in Vain
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Paiutes Triumph in Court
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Civil Rights Leaders Join Protectors
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Before Shailene Woodley’s Arrest
Ruffalo, DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson in ND
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Bully No More
#NoDAPL in Historical Context
Thing About Skins
Celebrating What It Means to Be Indigenous
This weekend I drove with my family across the plains of...
Educator Spotlight: Yale Professor Ned Blackhawk Steps Beyond the Classroom
Historian Ned Blackhawk, Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone...
Columbus Did Not Kill Us All: Taino Documentary Proves It
Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Alex Zacarias recently spoke...
Teaching Culture at Soboba
Being able to have your students share with the public what...
Karletta Chief Receives AISES Professional of the Year Award
Karletta Chief, an assistant professor and extension...
Myaamia Language Preservationist Wins Genius Grant
Daryl Baldwin of the Miami Tribe described learning that he...
Historic Wetlands Inspire Research at Haskell
When a school was established in Lawrence, Kansas in 1884, the surrounding 18,000-acre Wakarusa Wetlands provided refuge and a place for prayer, ceremonies and comfort for American...
Journalism Project on Native Women Gets $150K
Native Daughters , a journalism project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) featuring prominent Native American women, recently received a donation of $150,000 from a reade...
No Child Left Behind Act: A Bust in Indian Country
American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) kids have not made as much progress in reading and math under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) as politicians and educators had hoped, ...
Murkowski Sees Iditarod as National Educational Tool
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) sees the Iditarod as more than just “The Last Great Race.” She sees the 1,000-mile sled dog race as an opportunity to educate students all over th...
Apologies Not Enough for Native Language Debacle
Miranda Washinawatok , Menominee, and her family have been in the public eye since the 12-year-old was punished back on January 19 for using her Native American language in class...
Traditional Cheyenne Chief Walks On But Memories Remain
He was known in childhood as Mouse Trail and later, when a veteran, as Morning Killer. But he was more than the names he was given...
Tribal Control in Indian Education, A Vision or Delusion
Dr. Tony Garcia
For the past several weeks the Department of Education (DOE) and the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) held what they called joint listening sessions regarding the “State of Affairs...
Indigenous Educator to Speak at Montana State University
MSU News Service
Professor Gregory Cajete , Santa Clara Pueblo), director of Native American Studies and an associate professor in the Department of Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Studies in ...
Aboriginal Achievement Award Winners Honored as Beacons of Inspiration
A federal cabinet member, a Hollywood star, a public service worker...
Arizona Superintendent Promotes Native Culture
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal may be taking flack for cutting the Mexican American Studies program at the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD), but ...
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