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Returning the Ancient One
Disappearing Indians III
Women Are Our Strongest Warriors
'Navajo Taco Ban' Satire Fools Thousands
Mandatory Native Curriculum Coming to OR
134,000 CA Acres Burn, Firefighter Dies
Indigenous Voices Are Needed
Swinomish Tribe to Deliver Dental Care
Who You Callin’ a Savage?
Cecil the Lion and #Native Lives Matter
The Week That Was
Deputy Chief Crittenden Honored by DAV
Commerce Over Culture at NMAI
Ray Halbritter Recognizes Suzan Harjo
Thrill Killing Cecil the Lion
Oil Leaked for 2 Weeks in Alberta Canada
Are We On the Rez Yet?
Video: Mashing Beans, Eating Squirrel
The Politics of Cigarette Litter
50 Provocative #DearNonNatives Tweets
Thing About Skins
University of Arizona Honors Native Women
Among the red brick buildings on the
UANativeNet Provides Training in Tribal Governance and Law
Whether you want to learn a little or a lot about topics of interest to indigenous cultures, you’ll get any answers you seek on UANativeNet, a locus of learning formerly known as A...
Native Student Publication Holding Water Rights Symposium
Simon Ortiz RED INK: A Native American Student Publication will be holding a fundraiser and water rights symposium tomorrow and Saturday...
Native American Art and Education Topic of Gallery Talk
In conjunction with the Hood Museum of Art's Native American art exhibit, on display through March 11, 2012, Tsianina Lomawaima, Creek, will give a talk entitled "People in the Mac...
Native American Student Publication in Hot Water
By every indication the 20th anniversary issue of Red Ink magazine, which came out in April, should have been a triumph. The theme of renewal coursed through its 140 pages...
State of Sequoyah Conference To Address Native American Issues
The State of Sequoyah Conference—scheduled for September 1 and 2—will address a number of Native American issues including economic development, history, contemporary studies, as w...
American Indian Studies Department Cuts Ties with RED INK
RED INK , a student-run Native American publication at the University of Arizona is reeling after the school’s American Indian Studies Department said it would no longer associate ...
Poetics & Politics 2011: Lakota Professor Dr. Franci Washburn
Dr. Franci Washburn , Lakota, spoke March 2, 2011 as part of the University of Arizona's Poetics & Politics 2011 series ...
Poetics and Politics 2011: Diné Professor Luci Tapahonso
Luci Tapahonso , a Diné professor of American Indian Studies and English, spoke at the University of Arizona as part of the Poetics and Politics 2011 reading series ...
Learn the Basics of Language Immersion Programs
A three-day workshop— Immersion A-Z: Essential Basics for Language Immersion Programs —will be held June 29 to July 1 at the University of Arizona, College of Education Building in...
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