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Join Supporters Who Wish to Save the Wakarusa Wetlands for a Sunrise Ceremony
Right now a group of Haskell Indian Nations University students and supporters are trekking to Washington, D.C...
Western Researchers Finally Appreciating Wisdom of Elders When It Comes to Mother Earth
Mary Annette Pember
Indigenous Peoples have a deep and profound scientific understanding of creation, of the duality and tension that holds the created world in place...
Native Students Trekking to Washington to Demand Preservation of Sacred Places
This Mother’s Day a group of Haskell Indian Nations University students and advocates will embark on the Trail of Broken Promises, a journey across the eastern United States to sav...
Historic Wetlands Inspire Research at Haskell
When a school was established in Lawrence, Kansas in 1884, the surrounding 18,000-acre Wakarusa Wetlands provided refuge and a place for prayer, ceremonies and comfort for American...
Haskell Students Speak Out About Protecting the Wakarusa Wetlands
Jessica Lackey, Cherokee, and Millicent Pepion, Navajo and Blackfeet, are members of the Wetlands Preservation Organization (WPO), a plaintiff in the South Lawrence Trafficway (SLT...
Wetlands Threat Protested in 10th Circuit Court
For more than 20 years, debate has raged over a proposal by federal and state highway planners to route a major thoroughfare through the Wakarusa Wetlands in Kansas...
Tribal College and EPA Join Forces to Promote Environmental Careers
The Environmental Protection Agency and Haskell Indian Nations University plan on partnering to support Native American students who are interested in pursuing environmental and sc...
Diver Heather Purser Pioneers Same-Sex Marriage for Suquamish
Earlier last month in Seattle, as all the threads for a planned Human Rights Day banquet were being woven together, Heather Purser, Suquamish, who was to be among the honored guest...
Native American Student Business Leader Gets Start With Wal-Mart
Danielle Denton For one 22-year-old, working at the headquarters of what is touted as the world’s largest retail company has been a good learning experience and one that she’ll exp...
Indigenous Food Day in Kansas
On October 11, Aron Cromwell, mayor of the City of Lawrence, Kansas proclaimed October 22 to be Indigenous Food Day ...
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