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Native Sun News: Native advocates worried about cyberbullying (04/11)
Cyber bullying is on the rise across the country and many are concerned with the impact that it is having on Native American youth.

Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee's education hearing (04/09)
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing this afternoon on education.

UKB elder remains one of last mono-lingual Cherokee speakers (04/08)
An 83-year-old member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians is one of the last mono-lingual speakers of the Cherokee language.

Zuni Pueblo asks European museums to repatriate sacred items (04/08)
Leaders of Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico have been meeting with museums in Europe to seek the return of sacred property.

Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold hearing on education (04/08)
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee will hold a hearing this Wednesday for its series on education.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation closes cultural center due to damage (04/03)
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma has closed its Cultural Heritage Center due to water damage.

Shawn Atleo: First Nations must turn page on residential schools (04/03)
Shawn Atleo, the chief of the Assembly of First Nations, discusses what should happen now that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has wrapped up its hearings.

Alaska lawmakers weigh bill to declare Native languages official (04/02)
The Alaska House State Affairs Committee passed a bill that designates 20 Native languages as official languages in Alaska.

Oklahoma lawmakers consider bill to help finish Indian museum (04/02)
Lawmakers in the Oklahoma House are considering a bill to finish the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum.

DOI announces transfer of nearly $580K for Cobell scholarships (04/02)
The Interior Department is making its first transfer to the scholarship fund that was established by the Cobell trust fund settlement.

Editorial: Navajo reading materials only available on the Internet (03/31)
Newspaper wonders whether families on the Navajo Nation in New Mexico will be able to access reading materials on the Internet.

Consultation sessions to discuss reform in Indian school system (03/28)
The Obama administration has scheduled four tribal consultation sessions to discuss ways to improve the Indian school system.

Research changes timeline for arrival of people in South America (03/28)
New research is challenging the theory that the ancestors of Native people first arrived in the Americas about 13,000 years ago.

Native Sun News: Oglala tribal college on notice for accreditation (03/28)
Oglala Lakota College has been placed on “Notice” signifying that the college who serves thousands of students across western South Dakota is at risk of losing its accreditation according to a release from its accreditors.

Duncan McCue: Hockey helps reconciliation of boarding schools (03/27)
Reporting for CBC News, Duncan McCue finds out hockey has played a role in the residential school reconciliation process.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe prays for students involved in crash (03/26)
Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are praying for the recovery of five students and two teachers who were injured in a crash in Colorado over the weekend.

CBC Interview: Reneltta Arluk on legacy of residential schools (03/26)
CBC News interviews Reneltta Arluk, the founder of Akpik Theatre, about the legacy of residential schools in Canada.

Dean Chavers: Disappointing test results for our Indian students (03/26)
Dr. Dean Chavers, the director of Catching the Dream, says test scores of American Indian students show big room for improvement.

Chemehuevi Tribe ensures students get to school across border (03/25)
The Chemehuevi Tribe of California has a unique partnership with a public school district across the border in Arizona.

Data shows disparities in education of Native American children (03/21)
American Indian and Alaska Native students are more likely to be disciplined, less likely to be prepared for college and more likely to attend schools with inexperienced teachers, according to the Department of Education

George Wasson from Coquille Tribe remembered for knowledge (03/21)
George Bundy Wasson, an elder from the Coquille Tribe who was killed on Wednesday, was remembered for his wealth of knowledge about Oregon's indigenous communities.

Jamie Gua: Inspiring success in our Native American students (03/19)
Jamie Gua, a member of the Colville Confederated Tribes who teaches on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, touts the benefits of Teach for America.

Native Sun News: School board member advocates for Natives (03/19)
Since being elected to the Rapid city school board in 2011 Laura Schad has established a reputation as being an advocate for not only Native students but all students.

Colorado to consult with tribes for 1864 Sand Creek Massacre (03/18)
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) promised to work more closely with tribes as the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre approaches.

Cheerleaders criticized for dressing as cowboys and Indians (03/17)
The president of the University of Regina apologized after the cheer team was photographed in cowboys and Indians outfits.

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