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Thing About Skins
Reassigned: Susan Taffe Reed No Longer Dartmouth’s Native Program Director
Inge-Lise Ameer, the Vice Provost for Student Affairs, sent...
Robin Cummings: The New ‘Mayor’ at UNC Pembroke
As a Lumbee Indian living in Robeson County, North Carolina...
Susan Taffe Reed: Dartmouth’s Dolezal?
The recent appointment by Dartmouth College of Susan Taffe...
Poarch Creek Member Kelly Fayard Named Yale Assistant Dean
Kelly Fayard, an enrolled member of the Poarch Band of...
First Nations University Turns 35, Gets New President
Doyle Anderson First Nations University of Canada (FNUC) has a lot to celebrate today, its 35th anniversary...
Racist Governor Loses Namesake
Former California Governor Peter Burnett A San Francisco preschool recently rid itself of its connection to Peter Burnett , California’s first governor...
Treaty 8 First Nations Oppose 3rd Peace River Dam
The Peace River Valley is in ecological danger, according to several First Nations and environmental groups, and they are hitting the road in May and June to tell the province abou...
University of Arkansas Chooses Cherokee Dean
Cherokee Nation citizen Stacy Leeds will take over as dean at the University of Arkansas School of Law July 1, making her the first Native American woman to serve as dean of a law ...
Toronto Schools Promote Multicultural Teaching and Learning
In 2006, the ambitious Model Schools for Inner Cities program (MSIC) was implemented by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)...
Native Science and Western Science: Possibilities for a Powerful Collaboration
On May 9, Arizona State University (ASU) posted a video of Leroy Little Bear, a member of the Blood Tribe of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Canada), delivering the Spring 2011 Simon Or...
Rentech to Build Plant in Ontario, Pic River First Nation Has Equity Stake
In a landmark partnership, the Pic River First Nation (Ojibway) is joining with Rentech, a Los Angeles–based firm, in a project that will use forest waste and unusable wood fiber t...
Boarding School Issues Tackled
A who’s who of boarding school scholars was convened in the university town of Boulder, Colorado to plan future steps for Native people affected by U.S...
Ojibwe Professor Gets Race Ambassador Award
Dr. Anton Treuer , Ojibwe professor at Bemidji State University , was recently named honorable mention for the 2011 St...
Native Groups Urge Education Parity
Ben Sherman Colorado has a law—largely ignored—that dictates the teaching of American Indian culture and history in public schools, but it is an unfunded mandate that most school d...
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