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Cherokee Nation Graduate Student Reviving the Cherokee Language
July 14, 2011
Cherokee Nation member Julie Reed, a fifth-year history doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) and a current Sequoyah fellow, is lear...
Discovering Tubatulabal Language and Artifacts in Washington
July 14, 2011
Last month four women of the Tubatulabal Tribe—of the Kern River Valley in California—made the trek to Washington, D.C...
Cherokee Nation Seeks Ambassadors
July 05, 2011
Do you know a Cherokee Nation citizen between the ages of 4 and 12 years old?...
Native American Language Program Gets Funded for Another Year
July 02, 2011
The Oklahoma Breath of Life — Silent No More program recently received a $90,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to hold another weeklong workshop next year...
Watch a Birch Bark Canoe Being Built
June 25, 2011
For the second year, the Fond du Lac Cultural Center & Museum in Cloquet, Minnesota, is building a birch bark canoe and streaming it live on the web for all the world to see...
Sisters Perform Popular Song in Cherokee
June 24, 2011
Sisters Cree and Cheyenne Drowningbear (Cherokee), of Tahlequah, Oklahoma performed "We Are Family" in Cherokee at the Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair held recently at...
Native American Students Helping Preserve Language
June 22, 2011
Where can you hear 32 Native American languages spoken by more than 600 students in two days?...
Cherokee Nation Honors National Treasure Recipients
June 10, 2011
“We thank them because they are a great treasure for our nation,” Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith said about the National Treasure Award recipients during a ceremony in ...
StrongStart BC Focuses on First Nations Culture and Traditions
May 24, 2011
In 2006 the first StrongStart BC center opened to provide free early learning services for parents and their young children, and a new center is scheduled to open in September at t...
Language Immersion Benefits to Native American Communities
May 22, 2011
On May 18, YouTube user ml4done posted a video detailing the Navajo Nation's treaties with the United States, in particular the education article added to the second treaty...
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