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Manning: Water Protectors Needed
15 Days Out: Election Day
SRST Responds to Militarized Police
NoDAPL Camp Frontline Expanded: IEN
DAPL Crackdown—Rubber Bullets, More Mace
Culture Held Captive
Susan Jensen to Lead CNIGA
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‘Tribe’ Embraces ‘Domestic Dependency’
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The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
10 Pics: Fashion Show Benefits Immersion
Are We Ignoring Our Native Elders?
Native Credit Scores Getting Better!
Grow Up, Donald and Little Billy
Burning Track at Cocopah Tribe Speedway
Indigenous Push for Peace in Colombia
Chickasaw Nation, EPA Sign Pact
Thing About Skins
New Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School Finally Being Built
Last April, Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School Superintendent Mary Trapp made a long, long, long awaited announcement to students and staff...
Education Is a Family Affair: Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
Carol Painte Walker couldn't be more proud of her two children—30-year-old Steven, the elder of the two, graduated from United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) in Bismarck, North Da...
NMU Awarded $300K Grant to Increase Native Women in STEM
Northern Michigan University
Northern Michigan University has received nearly $300,000 from the National Science Foundation to launch a two-year pilot project designed to increase the number of American Indian...
‘Gunner’s Journey’ Video: The Long Commute to School
Getting to and from school can be a challenge for a lot of reservation kids. Gunner, 13, is a sixth grader at Black Mesa Community School on the Navajo Nation...
3 Native Students Receive $10K Scholarships from Morongo Band
Three Native American students from across California have each received a $10,000 scholarship from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians as part of the 12th Annual Rodney T...
Weaving Diné Knowledge With NASA Science for Community Education
Jeannie Allen/SSAI at NASA
A movement is ongoing to reclaim and rebuild original Diné (Navajo) culture while building and maintaining relationships with “Western” society...
Anniversary of Brutal Murder Finds Family Still Hoping, Police Still Searching
More than 1,450 days have passed since 19-year-old Faith Hedgepeth was brutally beaten and murdered...
Seattle’s New Middle School Will Be ‘Like a Water Fountain in the Desert’
Seattle’s newest middle school, named for a beloved Native American educator of the 1980s and ’90s, is scheduled to open in time for the 2017-18 school year...
Professor Wayne Evans Remembered for Work in Indian Education
University of South Dakota
Wayne Evans, a University of South Dakota professor emeritus known for his leadership in Native American education in the state, died Friday, August 26, in Vermillion, South Dakota...
Headdresses Passed Out on First Day of School Spark Outrage
A picture posted by mother Jennifer Dorner has started yet another conversation about why not to wear costume headdresses...
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