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Headdress at a Hockey Game
Heitkamp Tackles Oil Trains, Native Kids
Must-Hear: 'Unchained Melody' on Panpipe
Mystery of Bent Trees Revealed
Shiprock Youth Center Opens
AG’s Native Subcommittee Names Leaders
DOI Announces Partnership
14-year-old Calls for Climate Leaders
Momoa and Gordon on 'Red Road' Season 2
Tribes Win Landmark Child Welfare Case
7 Types of Summer Programs for Kids
Agua Caliente Scores Victory
Fawn Sharp Talks Climate Change
Gender Deposes Another Suitable Leader
Sherman Alexie Joins Boycott of Indiana
Oglala Tribal Council Takes Aim at Paper
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Oren Lyons
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
CEDAW Calls for Women-Violence Inquiry
Haskell Students Honored at Conference
Thing About Skins
Chickasaw Teacher Revels in History and Culture
Chickasaw teacher Ellen Brooker has taught for 26 years at Southwest High School in San Antonio, Texas...
Cherokee Student Wins State Google Contest, in Running for $30,000 Scholarship
Fourth-grader Jenna Hooper never thought being inspired by her friends’ tie-dye collection would get her recognized by Google, but that’s exactly what it did...
Sarah EchoHawk Takes Over at AISES
Sarah EchoHawk got her start in nonprofit work more than 15 years ago when she took a part-time job answering phones at the American Indian College Fund...
Columbia Native Students Demand Recognition of Original Inhabitants
Students of the Native American Council at Columbia University in New York City were poised to take back Manhattan with a pow wow on April 14...
Will South Dakota School District Allow Native Honor Song at Graduation?
The Chamberlain School District in South Dakota is expected to vote May 13 on whether to allow a Native American honor song to be performed at the graduation ceremony May 19...
Boarding School Visual History Project Gathers Oral Histories
The Los Angeles, California nonprofit Cante Sica Foundation is in the process of gathering oral histories from alumni for its American Indian Boarding School Visual History Project...
Champion for Change Chosen for Helping Fellow Native Students
Dahkota Franklin Kicking Bear Brown, a 14-year-old Wilton Miwok student, from Jackson, California was chosen as a 2013 Champion for Change by the Center for Native American Youth b...
American Indian Program at Cornell Celebrates 30 Years
Gale Courey Toensing
The American Indian Program at Cornell University kicked off a series of celebrations marking its third decade with a 30 th Anniversary Recognition and Two Row Wampum Renewal Confe...
Cherokee Champion for Change Fights for Cancer Prevention
Among the five students named as a 2013 Champion for Change by the Center for Native American Youth in March is cancer survivor Cierra Fields...
Columbia University Native Students Are Taking Back Manhattan
The Native American students of Columbia University in New York City are plotting to take back the island of Manhattan. Their tactic? A pow wow...
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