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Students Get Minds Blown By Learning Indigenous Ways
Students at the University of Massachusetts were treated to...
‘Great Time to Be Studying Journalism’ Says New Endowed UND Prof
Mark Trahant, an independent print and broadcast journalist...
University of Oklahoma Prof: Native History Is American History
In the place where the Trail of Tears ended after an...
Committed to His Native Roots: Soctomah to Be Honored for Contributions
The way Donald Soctomah tells it, he was just doing his job...
Walter Echo-Hawk Serves as Professor This Semester at Lewis & Clark
Lewis & Clark Law School is pleased to host renowned...
Dr. Anton Treuer Will Return to True Passion—Teaching Students
Dr. Anton Treuer, executive director of Bemidji State...
Mark Trahant Named 2014 Atwood Chair of Journalism
Gale Courey Toensing
If you’ve never thought about the parallel between journalism and poetry—meaning distilled to an essence—consider this recent Twitter poem by journalist extraordinaire Mark Trahant...
The 1491 Census: Native Creates Tribal Nations Map of Turtle Island
It took him 14 years and thousands of hours, but Aaron Carapella finally did it. He created a map that represents what Turtle Island looked like in 1490...
Overcrowding Leads to Innovative Housing Projects at Crow Creek
“In building homes for tribal members, our students will learn computer-design and building skills, how to bid on a job and more,” said Oren Voice, wood-shop teacher at the Crow Cr...
Another Indian Student in Alabama Asked to Remove Eagle Feather
Last month, a 19-year-old Native American high school student at J B Pennington High School in Blountsville, Alabama was told he couldn’t wear an eagle feather if he wanted to grad...
Salish Kootenai College Graduates First Tribal Historic Preservation Class
Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana is now offering degrees in Tribal Historic Preservation . The instructor, Dr...
Poarch Creek Student Not Required to Pay Fine, Receives Diploma
After nearly a month of not knowing her fate, Chelsey Ramer, of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, and her family have been informed by Escambia Academy officials that she would not...
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 Chickasaw Nation Lieutenant Governor David Brown Walks On
David Brown’s achievements during his tenure as lieutenant governor for the Chickasaw Nation are extensive...
University of Oklahoma Offers Online Indigenous Peoples Law Program
A new online Master of Legal Studies program in Indigenous Peoples Law at the University of Oklahoma School of Law in Norman, Oklahoma is designed to help navigate the often compli...
Iowa Tribe Librarian Receives National Honor, See Ceremony Live Online June 11
The director of the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Library is among 12 people being honored by the President as museum and library Champions of Change, the White House said in a press rele...
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