Brian Daffron
10/30/14
Joe Dorman’s career at the Oklahoma State Capitol didn’t start by winning an election. Instead, it started in the capitol building as a mail clerk...
Julianne Jennings
10/9/14

Editor’s Note: From time to time, our contributors find themselves in far flung places doing very interesting and world changing things. It appears that it is Jennings turn to turn on the world to indigenous thinking and world views....

Pam Hughes
10/7/14
Wisconsin Democratic candidate for governor Mary Burke stopped in Milwaukee on September 29, delivering a campaign speech that stressed education and jobs to a crowd of 1,000 folks...
Kyle T. Mays
9/28/14

The rescinded appointment of Professor Steven Salaita to the level of Associate Professor in the American Indian Studies Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) is easily one of the most controversial events in recent years....

Rick Kearns
9/22/14
Mexicas, descendants of the Aztecs, are among the thousands of indigenous Mexicans living in the New York area; some of them like the members of Yayauhki Tezcatlipoca, are sharing ...
Andre Cramblit
9/17/14

I remember my first week at Dartmouth College. It was after a week-long bus ride from California. Dartmouth, the Ivies, the East Coast, College in general, they are all worlds away from the reality of the California Rez (American Indian Reservation)....

Jessica Carro
9/11/14

If you are an American, born and raised, reading this article, then you were most likely told as a child the same Thanksgiving fairytale that I was. Presumably, we all went through a similar rude awakening later in life when we were taught the real history, not the BS Americanized version....

Andre Cramblit
8/10/14

These rules are my reflections after having worked for nearly 30 years in American Indian education at all levels (parent, teachers aid, bus driver, high school teacher, education specialist, consultant, head start teacher and director, college instructor, principal, and tribal education director...

Carla Mann
8/10/14

Last month I visited Washington, D.C. with Laird Jones, Vice President of the National Johnson-O’Malley Association (NJOMA), for a series of meetings with Members of Congress, White House Domestic Policy Staff, and the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE)....

Charles M. Roessel and Ronald Thorpe
7/28/14

In his recent visit to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, President Obama announced an ambitious plan to fulfill the promise of a brighter future for children who grow up in often remote and impoverished Native communities....

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