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A Pictorial History Indians, Chief Wahoo
Native Women Can Stay Powerful & Human
DAPL: A Story of Injustice
Cultural Revival in Hawaii
Still Loving Obamacare
AMERIND Risk Halloween Safety Tips
‘Patriots’ Acquitted, Protectors Maced
$30 M in Open Grants in Indian Country
Making Native Sense of Disney’s ‘Moana’
Clinton Campaign Responds to DAPL
DAPL: Desecration, Mace, Police Snipers
Native Women Must Vote Now
Michell Hicks to Offer Financial, Busine
7 Facts: Cleveland Indians & Chief Wahoo
Large Police Action Underway at DAPL
Water Protectors' Efforts Not in Vain
How Far Will North Dakota Go?
DAPL: Water Protectors Brace for Winter
Paiutes Triumph in Court
9 Reasons to Be Hopeful About Education
Thing About Skins
Education Self-Determination Superstars: Cochiti Pueblo Takes On Language-Learning
Lyla June Johnston
It all started when Trisha Moquino entered the public school system as an elementary school teacher...
Doris McLemore, Last Fluent Wichita Speaker, Walks On
The family of worldwide indigenous languages lost another fluent speaker in the death of Doris Jean Lamar McLemore...
Sealaska Heritage Institute Releases Tlingit Language and Games Apps
Learning Tlingit just got a little bit easier— Sealaska Heritage Institute recently released a Tlingit Learning app and a Tlingit Language Games app, both available on iPhone and A...
Cherokee Immersion Earns 18 Trophies in State Language Fair
Singing traditional hymns, reciting poems and even saying the Pledge of Allegiance in the Cherokee language earned Cherokee Immersion Charter School students 18 trophies during the...
End Language Discrimination Now
How did the English language become the most widely spoken language in the world?
5 Words in 5 Videos: How Would You React?
WatchCut Video, a weekly series on YouTube, recently featured Native Americans in five episodes. The participants in the videos were asked to do word associations...
Names Have Power: The United States of Indigenous Names
Schoolchildren are taught that the Americas are named after Amerigo Vespucci, an explorer who came along after Columbus and was the first to understand that he was looking at a “Ne...
Names Have Power: The Devil’s in the Details
Part one of the tale of indigenous names ended with the wonderment that the Devil figures so prominently in place names...
Native American Education Goes to Congress: 7 Bills to Watch
Tanya H. Lee
Congress has before it several pieces of legislation that could have major impacts on the education of American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian children...
California Osages Want More Culture
In a large senior citizen center in Carlsbad, California, the sound of people laughing and visiting fills a dining hall...
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