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Painter Margarete Bagshaw Walks On
Ho-Chunk Nation Increases Minimum Wage
Native Funerals as Family Reunions
WSJ Sides With Soto on Eagle Feathers
Symposium: School-to-Prison Pipeline
Clerk to Indian: 'You Lost the War'
Jude Schimmel Puts Team in Sweet 16
Speaker Series to Feature Sherman Alexie
All-Women Drum Group Serenades Wab Kinew
New Sulfate Limits in Minnesota
Let’s Celebrate Annie Dodge Wauneka
Preparing the Next Native Lawyers
Dental Therapy Providers Help Indians
EPA Gives $1 Million to NW Tribes
Native Actors Needed for Longmire
Danish Ambassador's Misdirected Apology
Jaguars: Protecting the Sacred Cat
Yamasee War Ends Native Slave Trade
Oklahoma Tribe Latest to Combat Meth
The Civilizing (Dominating) Process
Thing About Skins
Photo: Exploring Lakota and Horse Culture in New Documentary
Horse Regalia Making a Comeback in South Dakota [17 Images]
‘Horse Nation’ Documentary Explores Lakota Culture, Horse Relatives
“People tend to think of us as buffalo people, but really, we are horse people, too...
Video Vault: Listen to Lakota Elder Talk About Education
Sinte Gleska University features this video on its Spotlight on Lakota Studies page, and we thought it was worth highlighting...
Lakota Educator, Author, and Linguist Albert White Hat Walks On
Albert White Hat Sr., or Natan Tokahe, “The First One to Charge,” spent more than 25 years as a Lakota language instructor at Sinte Gleska University in Mission, South Dakota...
Former Rosebud President Charles Colombe Walks On
He was a rancher, a rodeo cowboy, a businessman, and at one time president of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. Charles C...
Tribal College President Lionel Bordeaux Honored
In a proclamation marking how far the tribal college movement has come, Ryan Wilson, president of the National Alliance to Save Native Languages, honored one tribal college preside...
Tribal Colleges Rank Among Top Institutions For Graduating Native American Students
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education has released its latest Top 100 Degree Producers rankings of institutions that grant the most degrees to minority students...
Want to Be Like Katniss Everdeen From The Hunger Games Fame and Hone Your Archery Skills While Attending a Tribal College?
• Diné College in Tsaile, Arizona is home to the Warriors—a team of archers who make up the only community college team to compete against NCAA Division I universities...
American Indian College Fund Names New Leader
Cheryl Crazy Bull, or “Wacinyanpi Win” (They Depend on Her), president of Northwest Indian College , in Bellingham, Washington has been named head of the American Indian College Fu...
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