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Russell Means to Attend Buffalo Harvest at Fort Lewis College
March 07, 2012
Russell Means , a prominent Oglala Lakota activist, actor and cancer survivor, is one of several elders scheduled to attend a buffalo harvest March 16 to 18 at Fort Lewis College (...
Improving American Indian Education Digitally
February 29, 2012
A recent report released by the Goldwater Institute, an independent public policy research organization out of Arizona, suggests the best way to improve educational opportunities f...
Student Video Discusses Preserving Native Culture
February 27, 2012
A YouTube video titled, “The Enduring Native - How Native American Culture has been Preserved,” by Dartmouth College students Jesse D.L. Beamish, John A. Steward and Thomas A...
Supreme Court Will Revisit Affirmative Action in College Admissions
February 21, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court will again tackle the issue of affirmative action where it pertains to college admissions...
Wind River Student Responds to New York Times Article
February 18, 2012
A February 2 article published by the New York Times has drawn a response from a Native American student ...
Oklahoma College Committed to Indian Students
February 20, 2012
To recognize Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s commitment to Native American students , tribal leaders from the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations presented university president ...
Advocating for Indian Education
February 17, 2012
Native educators took to the nation’s capital in droves the week of February 13, trying to make legislative inroads on improving Indian education...
AIM Founder Inspires Native American Students
February 16, 2012
Clyde Bellecourt Clyde Bellecourt, the White Earth Ojibwe co-founder of the American Indian Movement (AIM), recently visited North Idaho College where he inspired students by being...
Navajo Counselor Focuses on Traditional Methods
February 14, 2012
With an inspiring view of Shiprock from his modular classroom behind Northwest High School on the Navajo Nation , in Shiprock, New Mexico, Wilson De Vore employs traditional Navajo...
Native Friendly College Ranks Top for Value
February 07, 2012
The Princeton Review released its 2012 Best Value Colleges list Monday and a school with a number of programs for Native American students topped the list...
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South Dakota School Won't Allow Native Honor Song at Graduation
Creighton University to Graduate Largest Group of Native Students Ever
Columbia Native Students Demand Recognition of Original Inhabitants
Will South Dakota School District Allow Native Honor Song at Graduation?
Negotiating the Perilous Space Between Indian Tribes and Universities
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