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Comcast Makes PSAs About Real Natives
Syrian Civil War Linked to Climate
Mother Earth vs. Father Greed
Native Student Introduces Jill Biden
Lakota Youth Reject Keystone XL Pipeline
Cherokee Nation Applauds ICWA Revisions
Champions for Change Honors Native Youth
Choctaw Nation's Career Expo Draws 1,600
Designers Show 'Squaw' Fashion in Milan
What Would Ingrid Do? War and Peace
Keeping the Lakota Language Alive
Utah State Powwow Brings Diversity
Treaty Rights Challenged in Elk Hunting
Women Reverends Challenge Stereotypes
Luger: Events Bring Awareness to #MMIW
Getting a CT Town to Change Its Mascot
Gogebic Taconite Putting Mine on Hold
The Trolls, Witches & Sorcerers of Chile
Zahn McClarnon: Fans Saved 'Longmire'
The Importance of Buffalo to the Lakota
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...
AFN’s Atleo and First Nations Leaders on Trade Trip to China
Several First Nations leaders and aboriginal business proponents will spend 10 days in China discussing business opportunities with the growing Asian nation...
AISES 33rd Annual National Conference Themed Food For Thought
The 33 rd Annual National Conference held by AISES, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society , will be held November 10-12 and this year’s theme is Food for Thought, whi...
Kitt Peak National Observatory and Native Americans Go Way Back
On the morning of March 15, 1960, about 50 people drove up the winding road to the top of Kitt Peak, 56 miles southwest of Tucson, Arizona...
Are Native American Lands An Economic Resource or Tribal Treasure?
“How do Native American tribes develop their lands for economic gain, yet still try to maintain their Native culture?” is the question asked on Arizona State University’s news webs...
British Columbia First Nations Take Over Health Care from Federal Government
First Nations in British Columbia have taken the next step toward health-care autonomy with the signing of a groundbreaking agreement to oversee their own health care services, rat...
Native American Siblings Honored Posthumously For Higher Education Careers
Three Native American siblings were honored October 2 by San Francisco State University (SFSU) at the annual College of Ethnic Studies Exemplary Leadership Awards ceremony...
Native American Student Publication in Hot Water
By every indication the 20th anniversary issue of Red Ink magazine, which came out in April, should have been a triumph. The theme of renewal coursed through its 140 pages...
National Indian Education Association 42nd Annual Convention and Tradeshow This Month
This year’s National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Convention and Tradeshow will feature eight new strands of focus including Community and Family Engagement, Early Childhood...
Roessel Named Associate Deputy Director for Bureau of Indian Education
Charles M. “Monty” Roessel As of yesterday Charles M...
Atleo Seeks 'Fundamental Shift' in First Nations–Federal Government Relationship
Gale Courey Toensing
Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo said the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples offers the way forward “to reset the re...
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