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Poet Natasha Kanapé Fontaine on Language
The Week That Was
French-Innu Poetry: Josephine Bacon Chat
Chickasaw Nation General Election
3 Ways to Tell You’re On the Rez
Liberating Indigenous from Tradition
How Indians Left the Confederate Flag
15-year-old Climate Warrior Addresses UN
ATCR and Buffy Sainte-Marie Dance Track
Manning: Life, liberty, and Healing
8 Delicious Dishes to Taste
A Common Patriotic Spirit
The Native Origins of Clam Chowder
Slavery and Revolution in the Americas
Fake Native American Found on Jackson
The Navajo Power Plant & Colo. River
Kahanamoku Surfboard Goes to D.C.
ICTMN’s July 4 Pow Wow Weekend Guide
Fourth of July Classics Are All Native
Dolphin Busts Ankles; KKK vs. MLK
Thing About Skins
5 Images from the Harvard University Powwow
Tanya H. Lee
We Have to Know It to Heal It: Defining and Dealing With Historical Trauma
Mary Annette Pember
“And I rose in a rainy autumn and walked abroad in shower of all my days.” I think of this bit of verse from Poem in October by Dylan Thomas as I walk over the grounds where my mot...
Hawaiian Language Making a Comeback at Harvard
For the first time since 1984, Hawaiian could be used to fulfill the foreign language requirement at Harvard University, reports The Harvard Crimson , the university’s newspaper...
Are Top Colleges Really Opening Their Doors to Low-Income Students?
A September 8 article posted by the New York Times discusses how a number of top colleges have said they would recruit a more economically diverse student body, but many have not f...
Wampanoags and Harvard Celebrate Historic Ties
Gale Courey Toensing
Harvard University hosted the leaders of the Aquinnah and Mashpee Wampanoag tribes at a clambake at the Harvard Faculty Club February 7 to honor the longstanding relationship betwe...
American Indians Go Ivy League
Tanya H. Lee
American Indians are underrepresented at most Ivy League schools...
The First Native Man of Letters: Harvard's Indian Colonial Poet (in Latin!)
By Corydon Ireland
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...
Negotiating the Perilous Space Between Indian Tribes and Universities
The complex relationship between American Indian tribes and mainstream universities was the focus of a May 9 Nation Building Symposium sponsored by the Harvard University Native Am...
Friedman Sees the Future of Higher Education
Opinion columnist Thomas L. Friedman sees the future of higher education and it isn't in a classroom...
A History of Indian Voting Rights and Why It’s Important to Vote
Dr. Dean Chavers
There has been no Indian Voting Rights Act , and no congressional hearings or testimony on such a bill...
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