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The Week That Was: September 25, 2016
NMU Awarded Grant to Increase STEM
50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 Mag!
Obama’s Legacy On the Line:Dakota Access
DAPL: Climate Justice Meets Racism
Cherokee Elder Talks Doll-Making
Fighting to Protect ‘Living Forests’
What Does ‘Tribe’ Mean?
Federal Agencies Seek Input From Tribes
Sacred Ground Sold to Dakota Access
Rowling Take on N8V Culture is Dangerous
Atom Bombs, Rotting Pipe Lines
6 Upcoming Films With Native Star Power!
How Standing Rock Helped Boy Keep Braid
Felix Aripa, Coeur d’Alene, Walks On
Archaeologists Petition for DAPL Study
Plastic Soup in the Pacific
Osage Language Program Receives Grant
NPS Future Seeks Native Involvment
Lawsuit: School Failed in Boy’s Death
Thing About Skins
Elizabeth Reese: The Making of a Modern Warrior
Julie H. Case/Harvard Law Today
Being Native American defines Elizabeth Reese ’16. Then again, so does being the granddaughter of a Lutheran minister from Pennsylvania...
College Fund’s Yazzie-Mintz Honored by Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Alumni Council
Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz, co-director of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at the American Indian College Fund and Senior Program Officer for early childhood education ini...
‘Seeds of Culture’: Matika Wilbur Tells Women’s Stories
Tanya H. Lee
Matika Wilbur, Swinomish/Tulalip, brought more than her finely-crafted photographs of American Indian and Alaska Native women to the opening of her exhibit at Harvard on April 28...
5 Images from the Harvard University Powwow
Tanya H. Lee
We Have to Know It to Heal It: Defining and Dealing With Historical Trauma
Mary Annette Pember
“And I rose in a rainy autumn and walked abroad in shower of all my days.” I think of this bit of verse from Poem in October by Dylan Thomas as I walk over the grounds where my mot...
Hawaiian Language Making a Comeback at Harvard
For the first time since 1984, Hawaiian could be used to fulfill the foreign language requirement at Harvard University, reports The Harvard Crimson , the university’s newspaper...
Are Top Colleges Really Opening Their Doors to Low-Income Students?
A September 8 article posted by the New York Times discusses how a number of top colleges have said they would recruit a more economically diverse student body, but many have not f...
Wampanoags and Harvard Celebrate Historic Ties
Gale Courey Toensing
Harvard University hosted the leaders of the Aquinnah and Mashpee Wampanoag tribes at a clambake at the Harvard Faculty Club February 7 to honor the longstanding relationship betwe...
American Indians Go Ivy League
Tanya H. Lee
American Indians are underrepresented at most Ivy League schools...
The First Native Man of Letters: Harvard's Indian Colonial Poet (in Latin!)
By Corydon Ireland
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...
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