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An Open Letter to Supervisor Peter Adam
Senate Passes Keystone, Obama to Veto
'Indigenous With Stacey Thunder' Is Here
Mohawk Family Loses Everything in Fire
Film About Cherokee Freedmen
Ellsbury to be Inducted Into OSU HOF
Sundance: Pine Ridge Film Wins Praise
New AFN Chief Meets With Prime Minister
PBPN Mourns Passing of Gary Mitchell
Can Youth Be Paid to Hit the Gym?
New Executive Director Moves Back Home
Police Identify Suspects Who Threw Beer
Killing Wolves to Save Caribou
Isolated Awa in Brazil Forced Out
10 Images to Remember Bear River
ACA Offers Mental Health for Natives
Indigenous Plant Could Be Beneficial
FEMA Helps Rain-Soaked Soboba Luiseño
Nature Conservancy Awards Sealaska $500K
NCAIED President Is in Washington, D.C.
Thing About Skins
Native Student Earns Scholarship, Can’t Wait to Help Community
Red Cloud Indian School senior Jaime Rae Richards has...
A Woman on the Move: Sasheene Denny and Her Cambridge Education
When Sasheene Denny, 26, says she just drifted from high...
Student and Business Owner: Check Out Morsette’s Cedar Rose Collection
A variety of Native jewelry, ranging from vintage to...
Getting it Right the First Time: NTU Culinary Students Pass Certification
On December 5, 2014, Navajo Technical University Culinary...
Muskogee Student Donates 100 Gifts to Cherokee Angel Project
When Muskogee High School junior Madison Shoemaker asked...
Student Spotlight: Working on Energy Sustainability, and Empowering Tribes
For Brittany Anstead, a career in sustainability began with...
Scholarships Help Red Cloud Grads Support Pine Ridge
A new scholarship given to eight graduating members of Red Cloud Indian School will help them obtain skills they plan on bringing back to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation...
Tribal College Student Gets Hands On Experience with Internship
Marcel Chase, a Construction Technology student at Fort Berthold Community College in New Town, North Dakota, is the first intern to participate in the Career Technical Education p...
Another Indian Student in Alabama Asked to Remove Eagle Feather
Last month, a 19-year-old Native American high school student at J B Pennington High School in Blountsville, Alabama was told he couldn’t wear an eagle feather if he wanted to grad...
Salish Kootenai College Graduates First Tribal Historic Preservation Class
Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana is now offering degrees in Tribal Historic Preservation . The instructor, Dr...
Poarch Creek Student Not Required to Pay Fine, Receives Diploma
After nearly a month of not knowing her fate, Chelsey Ramer, of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, and her family have been informed by Escambia Academy officials that she would not...
Oregon Undergrad Researches Native Language Learning
University of Oregon undergraduate Carson Viles was initially attracted to learning his native language because he valued how the language revealed insights and perspectives that d...
Aspiring Doctor Plans to Improve Native Health
To say that Victoria Black Horse and her older sister are overachievers would be a textbook example of an understatement...
Wampanoag Teen Blesses Graduation in Native Language
Being one of only a handful of Mashpee Wampanoag students hasn’t always been an easy road for Doug Pocknett Jr. to travel, reports The Boston Globe ...
Christian Student Cheered for Prayer, Native Student Snubbed for Feather
While a Native American student from Alabama could still face a $1,000 fine and has yet to receive her diploma for wearing a single eagle feather on her graduation cap May 23, the ...
Poarch Creek Student’s Fine Raised by Online Donations
Just five days after starting a campaign to help the Ramer family raise the $1,000 the Escambia Academy school board said it would fine Chelsey Ramer, the money has been raised in ...
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