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Champions for Change Honors Native Youth
Choctaw Nation's Career Expo Draws 1,600
Designers Show 'Squaw' Fashion in Milan
What Would Ingrid Do? War and Peace
Keeping the Lakota Language Alive
Utah State Powwow Brings Diversity
Treaty Rights Challenged in Elk Hunting
Women Reverends Challenge Stereotypes
Luger: Events Bring Awareness to #MMIW
Getting a CT Town to Change Its Mascot
Gogebic Taconite Putting Mine on Hold
The Trolls, Witches & Sorcerers of Chile
Zahn McClarnon: Fans Saved 'Longmire'
The Importance of Buffalo to the Lakota
Poem: 'Cast Out Your Net, Billy Frank'
Moving On Up: This Week in Promotions
Osage Makes Language a Priority
Blasphemy: Turning a Killer Into a Saint
Native Edge Business Portal to be Unveil
First Tribal Marijuana Conference
Thing About Skins
The White House Aims for Change With Gen-I Native Youth Challenge
“The specific struggles that Native youth face often go...
Video: Mural Represents More Than Just Art at Chief Kitsap Academy
When would a family of bears canoe with an orca escort?...
Enter the Young Native Writers Essay Contest
Each year the Young Native Writers Essay Contest encourages...
Will Right-Wing Extremist Documentary Be Required Viewing in Florida?
In America: Imagine the World Without Her, self-styled...
Planting Ideas: Tribal Colleges are Essential for Developing Reservation Economies
Congress has recognized the importance and the value of...
Montana Values Tribal Colleges—And May Back Them with Money
Montana’s seven tribal colleges serve more than 5,000...
Indian Country Education Today
College Fund Recruits New Faculty Fellowships Program Officer
American Indian College Fund
Matthew Van Alstine Makomenaw, an enrolled member of the Grand Traverse Bay Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians tribes of Michigan, has joined the American Indian College Fund as t...
How Technology Is Helping Modern Language Revitalization Efforts
Until recently, preserving the languages of our ancestors has traditionally been an extremely daunting task...
San Manuel Band Gives $10M to Prepare Students for Health Care Careers
Loma Linda University Health
A landmark $10 million gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians was announced recently during groundbreaking ceremonies for Loma Linda University Health – San Bernardino, t...
United Tribes Technical College Hires First New President in 37 Years
United Tribes News
United Tribes Technical College has a new president. He is Dr. Leander “Russ” McDonald (Dakota/Arikara), an enrolled citizen of the Spirit Lake Tribe in North Dakota...
Here's Poop in Your Eye: Studying Deer Scat for Science
For young Navajo wildlife worker Chase Voirin, scat is where it’s at—specifically, the droppings of mule deer on his 28,000-square-mile reservation...
The New Academic Indian
The demography of American Indian academics is changing significantly, moving away from tribal attachments and identities...
Integrating Art to Increase Performance at Red Lake Middle School
Every student and staff member at the Red Lake Middle School (RLMS) was said to have tie-dyed a shirt for a school-wide photo-op for a kick-off event on Friday, December 19, 2014, ...
New England Army Corps Observes Native American Heritage
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Shelly Lowe, executive director of the Harvard University Native American Program, visited the U.S...
NTU Confers First Degrees in Environmental Science and Natural Resources Program
Navajo Technical University
More than 100 degrees and certificates were conferred at Navajo Technical University’s fall commencement on December 12, 2014 and among them were NTU’s first two degrees in its Bac...
5 Ways Native American Education Is Getting Better Heading Into 2015
Tanya H. Lee
The 2014 Native Youth Report , prepared by the White House and released in December 2014, states, “Native youth and Native education are in a state of emergency.” The report makes ...
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