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Chickasaw Siblings Make Memories Along Equestrian Trails
Gene Lehmann, Chickasaw Nation
Tucked away among the stalls, concrete pathways and dirt arenas at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds complex, two Chickasaw equestrians relax with bottles of water and engage in casua...
Cherokee Citizens Included in UNITY’s 25 Under 25 List
Two Cherokee citizens made a national list of emerging young Native American leaders who are making an impact among their tribes...
Three Alaska Students Receive Gates Millennium Scholarships
Chosen from more than 52,000 applicants, three Alaska high school students have been awarded with prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship, which provides an all-expense paid under...
Culture Comes to the Kids at Puente de Hozhó Language Immersion School
Tanya H. Lee
Walk into Puente de Hozhó, a K-5 language immersion school for urban Navajo kids whose first language is English, and you know immediately that something special is happening here...
Eagle Feathers First Banned, Then Allowed at California Graduation
In the days leading up to the June 5 graduation ceremony at Lenmoore High School in Lenmoore, California, administrators had banned the eight graduating Native American seniors fro...
‘Pay it Forward’ Education Secretary Arne Duncan Tells Graduating Class
On June 7, Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana graduated its largest class ever, and U.S...
UNITY Announces 25 Under 25 Honorees
United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc...
Free College Education! Sealaska Issues 367 Scholarships
Sealaska has awarded $468,000 in scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. Since its inception Sealaska has directed more than $12 million towards scholarships...
Not Separate, Not Equal: Feds Look at Native Kids in Public Schools
Tanya H. Lee
The federal government recently took a look at how American Indian children are faring in public schools—and the results are disturbing...
Where Are the American Indians With PhD’s?
Why are so few American Indians earning Ph.D.’s? That is the question explored by Vimal Patel in a recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education ...
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