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ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
Indian Country Braces for ICWA Battle
We Must Overcome Hardships
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Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
Native Americans and Eye Disease
Former Sen. Begich Joins Sonosky Chamber
New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
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Navajo Police Put Their Lives In Danger
Deadly Medical Experiment on Yanomami
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Thing About Skins
Allegations of Racism at NSU Recall Indian Education’s Darker Days
Dr. Leslie Hannah, Cherokee, believes education has taken a serious turn against Natives at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma...
Custer Died So That You Can Read! My 10 Favorite Books
Dr. Dean Chavers
As an inveterate reader I tell people I do not read books—I devour them...
Jemez Pueblo Charter Schools Soaring to New Heights
Walatowa High Charter School at Jemez Pueblo in New Mexico is described by its Principal/Superintendent Arrow Wilkinson as “the world’s smallest school district.” Because of the ex...
Evergreen State College Drops BA Degree Plan For Reservation
Ron Feemster, WYOFILE
An innovative program that has successfully helped Native Americans earn bachelor’s degrees on a number of reservations in Washington State backed away from a plan to begin classes...
Northwest Indian College Space Center Rocket Goes Supersonic
Northwest Indian College
Nine Northwest Indian College students and their advisor arrived at the First Nations Launch in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on April 2, 2014...
Seneca Great-Grandmother Earns PhD in Transnational Studies
Pat Donovan/UB News
“My age never intervened in anything I accomplished at UB,” says Nancy Napierala, 78, who received her PhD in American studies last week from the Department of Transnational Studie...
Graduating Student Plans to Help Her People After Earning Law Degree
Arizona State University News
Carley Tafoya isn’t planning on earning a six-figure salary after earning her law degree. Tafoya will work for change and justice for her people, the Jicarilla Apache Nation...
31 NTU Students Awarded Scholarships to Encourage STEM Careers
Navajo Technical University
On April 17, 2014, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly and PNM Chairman, President and CEO Pat Vincent-Collawn joined Navajo Technical University President Dr. Elmer J...
Choctaw Student Earns Dual Scholarships to Duke
Bret Moss, Choctaw Nation SAP
Jordan Kern, a student of Henryetta High School has recently been accepted to Duke University’s class of 2018, where he will begin his education in the fall...
‘Siouxper Drunk’ T-Shirt Spurs UND Students WalkForChange
In response to the “Siouxper Drunk” T-shirts worn by University of North Dakota students last Saturday as part of a Springfest celebration UND Native students have organized a #Wal...
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