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All-Lakota Youth Archery Team Advances
Racist Comments After UNM Drops GON
Alberta Fires Cover 300+ Square Miles
John Leguizamo's Latin America 4 Morons
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Remember Those Buried at Hiawatha
Authority Restored to Yakama Nation
May the 4th Be With You - Native Style
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Open Books, Open Worlds: 6 Ways to Get Free (or Cheap) Books for Kids
Tanya H. Lee
Books open worlds for kids, but books can be prohibitively expensive...
New Book Says Lewis and Clark Couldn’t Have Survived Without Nez Perce
The Lewis and Clark Expedition spent a considerable amount of time with three tribes during its two-year quest from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean...
Amherst College Acquires Rare Native Book Collection
According to a release by Amherst College it is the “most complete collection of Native American literature and history in existence,” and it’s now at the college’s Frost Library i...
Sherman Alexie’s Absolutely True Diary Makes ALA’s Most-Challenged List Again
Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian has made it onto the American Library Association’s (ALA) list of most-challenged books once again, though it has s...
In Praise of Vine Deloria
In his groundbreaking 1969 volume Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto , Vine Deloria Jr. wrote a now famous critique of anthropologists...
Today Is Read Across America Day
Join the National Education Association (NEA) today in celebrating Read Across America Day, a day created to motivate children to read...
Grant Enables Teachers to Study Native American Literature
Sixteen teachers will study American Indian literature at Western Washington University this summer, thanks to a $122,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities...