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Education Self-Determination Superstars: Cochiti Pueblo Takes On Language-Learning
It all started when Trisha Moquino entered the public...
Doris McLemore, Last Fluent Wichita Speaker, Walks On
The family of worldwide indigenous languages lost another...
Myaamia Language Preservationist Wins Genius Grant
Daryl Baldwin of the Miami Tribe described learning that he...
The ‘50 Faces of Indian Country 2016’ Magazine Available Now!
Indian Country Today Media Network is proud to announce its...
Osage Nation Immersion Program Receives $420K Grant
The federal Administration for Native Americans awarded the...
Sealaska Heritage Institute Receives Language Revitalization Grant
Sealaska Heritage Institute has received a federal grant to...
Montana Native Voters Aren’t Equal—But That’s Not Enough, Says Judge
Police, Scientists Say ‘Vandalized’ Aboriginal Petroglyphs Never Existed
Officials are poking holes in a man’s claims that vandals destroyed an archeological site in Alberta, Canada...
Educator Spotlight: Norma Marshall
Norma Marshall, of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma, is a student advisor and instructor of Native American Studies at the College of the Muscogee Nation in Okmulgee, Oklaho...
Lakota: The Revitalization of Language and the Persistence of Spirit
New programs to teach and restore the lost language and cultural heritage of the Lakota Sioux offers hope for the children who live on reservations where dire poverty, suicide, une...
Earth Sounds: Native American, Mongolian, and Australian Musical Cultures Celebrated at Wang Center Tonight
Tonight, October 4, at the Wang Center on the Stony Brook University campus in Stony Brook, New York, musical cultures will be celebrated in a special event...
Indian Identity, Choice and Change: What Do You Choose?
Indigenous individuals and nations are faced with choices about identity, change and cultural continuity...
National Indian Education Association Names Cherokee Executive Director
The National Indian Education Association (NIEA) has selected Ahniwake Rose, Cherokee , as its new executive director. She will replace Dr...
Aboriginal Petroglyphs Destroyed By Vandals Armed With Acid and a Drill
A rock drill, acid and a power washer; it’s not the beginning of a joke about a hardware store—it’s what was used by cultural vandals to destroy aboriginal pictograms and petroglyp...
Children's Show Soars Over the Language Barrier
Experts often caution against exposing children to too much television. But they could be forgiven for making an exception in one case. Tiga Talk!...
Video Spotlight: The Importance of Language
This video begins with students saying they don't know their native language and pointing out that one-third of indigenous languages still spoken in the United States have fewer th...
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