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United Tribes Graduates Challenged to Continue Success
This education you have is a tool for you and your family, and much more, says a Lakota/Dakota doctor who grew up at Pine Ridge. Dr...
Navajo Technical University Awards First Degrees as University
In spite of a snowstorm that swept the northern border of New Mexico and Arizona, Navajo Technical University awarded its first degrees as a university to over 50 students in a sma...
Is Racism Behind Banning of Honor Song From Graduation Ceremonies?
A history of racism lurks in the shadows of Chamberlain, South Dakota’s past, and many see the Chamberlain School District’s refusal to allow the Honor Song to be played at graduat...
'Smoke Signals' Actor Addresses Native Grads at Portland State
You may remember him as one of the stars of Sherman Alexie’s movie Smoke Signals , but Evan Adams is more than an actor...
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...
'Disruption, Spring 1997,' a Poem by Steve Russell
Many ICTMN readers have been following the story of Chelsey Ramer, a Poarch Creek Band high school senior who was denied her diploma and fined $1,000 for wearing an eagle feather a...
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...
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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