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Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Oren Lyons
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
Haskell Students Honored at Conference
Climate Change Forces Tribe to Move
Study Brings the Makah Closer to Whaling
Rape Survivors’ Stories in Full FORCE
Domestic Violence on the Navajo Nation
Laid-back Vibe of the Redlands Powwow
'You Damn Redskin!' Surviving an Attack
Plans for CRYP's RedCan Graffiti Jam
Florida Tribes Wary of Bike Path
AP Mulls Future of R-Word In Stylebook
Research Combines Science and History
Allow Paddling on National Park Rivers?
Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
A Musher’s Tale of Triumph
Thing About Skins
Determination, Persistence Pay Off for Pine Ridge Student
Chelsea J. Hunter’s mom is proud of her daughter—and with...
Native Student Attributes Success to Community College
Robin Maxkii never thought she would go to college. As a...
Native Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo, Gets Standing Ovation
John Kekaʻa Kahiewalu Kalauli “Kalā” Ka’awa III, a 23-year-...
Perseverance Pays Off for Lumbee Graduate of Public Health Doctoral Program
Lisa Huggins Oxendine graduated the University Of North...
Student Turns Energy Into Money for Jemez Pueblo
When Jemez Pueblo leaders in northwestern New Mexico wanted...
Native Student Earns Scholarship, Can’t Wait to Help Community
Red Cloud Indian School senior Jaime Rae Richards has...
Video Spotlight: Student Promotes Regeneration Festival to Show Youth They Are Sacred
Lyla Johnston’s tribal name is Tate Uha Omani , meaning She Carries the Wind, and she said it reminds her of her purpose as a poet. “The wind is the word,” she said...
Stanford Student Driven to Revive Culture and Prevent Youth Suicide
Stanford University senior Lyla Johnston’s commitment to bringing her indigenous perspective to anthropology has led her on many journeys: from studying menstrual taboos surroundin...
Education Is Anishinaabe Student’s Top Priority
She’s been dreaming of studying law since the age of 7 and devouring books since second grade, Taylor Payer has always loved learning...
Versatility of Business Suits Alaska Native Student
Not only was 20-year-old Alaska Native student Lauren Sophia Ashana Johnson chosen to represent Alaska for the 100 year anniversary of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washi...
Aspiring Dentist Walks in Three Worlds
He originally planned on becoming a medical doctor, but some hands on experience in the form of an internship at the Center for Native Oral Health Research at the Centers for Ameri...
Luiseño Student Studies Virology, Hopes to Give Back By Finding Cures
Temet McMichael, an enrolled member of the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians , has chosen a path in medicine, but not to be the kind of doctor who sees patients...
Oglala Lakota Student Interns at U.S. Census Bureau
Gale Courey Toensing
Native Teens Prepare for Higher Education With Indigenous Ways of Knowing Academy
Right now 24 Native American students are battling the odds—the odds that say half of them won’t graduate high school—by dedicating two weeks of their summer to the Indigenous Ways...
Aboriginal Crafts Business Idea Wins Top Prize at Competition
Little Neechies Arts and Crafts, a business idea by students at Children of the Earth High School in Winnipeg, Manitoba won the gold award at the Business Development Bank of Canad...
Institute of American Indian Arts Featured on NBC Nightly News
IAIA valedictorian Jamie Figueroa at commencement on May 11...
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