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When Will There Be a N8V American Prez?
Student Spotlight: Tsieboo Herne
Lakota Speaking South Dakota Delegate
Native-Owned Grocery Burns Down
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Canada
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Montreal First People’s Festival 2016
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Thing About Skins
Language revitalization featured at education conference
HONOLULU - Language revitalization programming was highlighted at the 38th annual convention of the National Indian Education Association, held in Honolulu Oct. 25 - 28...
OK, I know it's the 21st century, but we still have and use a six-burner woodstove in the kitchen and a cast-iron woodstove for regular heat...
St. Labre High School students serve the community
ASHLAND, Mont. - St. Labre Indian High School students left their books in their lockers on the day before Thanksgiving and rolled up their sleeves...
The culture of Gallup
Part one Gallup, N.M., the ''Indian capital of the world,'' is the leading border town in the United States...
Willard Gilbert to lead National Indian Education Association
HONOLULU - Willard Sakiestewa Gilbert, a professor at Northern Arizona University, has been elected to serve as the 2007 - '08 National Indian Education Association president...
Education consortium welcomes new tribal college members
Sherman Alexie wins the National Book Award.
By Mary Ann Gwinn -- Seattle Times
By Mary Ann Gwinn -- Seattle Times SEATTLE (MCT) - Seattle author Sherman Alexie has won the National Book Award for his highly autobiographical novel for young people, ''The Absol...
St. Labre High School students serve the community.
Staff reports ASHLAND, Mont. - St. Labre Indian High School students left their books in their lockers on the day before Thanksgiving and rolled up their sleeves...
From San Francisco to D.C.
Activists revive the Longest Walk SAN FRANCISCO - In the three decades since Mohawk student Richard Oakes first dove into the ice-cold waters of the San Francisco Bay and set off a...
BIA asks tribes to share ideas for change at bureau
DENVER - Call it modernization, reorganization or a new way of doing business: but the BIA is headed in a rebuilding direction and wants to enlist the help of Indian country...
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