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Miami language champion Daryl Baldwin wins prestigious 'genius grant' Miami language champion Daryl Baldwin wins prestigious 'genius grant' (09/22)
The Miami Nation citizen is being recognized by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
President of Haskell University criticized for son's employment President of Haskell University criticized for son's employment (09/14)
Some faculty members and some students at the tribal college in Kansas see nepotism at work.
Carlyle Begay: Indian parents and students deserve school choice Carlyle Begay: Indian parents and students deserve school choice (09/14)
'The results have been in for some time and the conclusion is alarming: government-run schools have failed and continue to fail Native American kids from coast to coast.'
Defenders of the Water School still going strong at #NoDAPL camp Defenders of the Water School still going strong at #NoDAPL camp (09/14)
The school has received an outpouring of support from Indian Country as educators, elders and volunteers pass on Native traditions, languages and skills to new generations.
Scandal continues to hinder Bureau of Indian Education efforts Scandal continues to hinder Bureau of Indian Education efforts (09/13)
Mistrust runs deep in Indian Country and key members of Congress can't agree on reforms at the troubled agency.
House easily approves bills for Native youth and tribal tourism House easily approves bills for Native youth and tribal tourism (09/13)
The Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act and the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience Act are non-controversial although neither comes with federal funds.
House schedules action on Native youth and tribal tourism bills House schedules action on Native youth and tribal tourism bills (09/12)
The Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act and the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience Act are moving closer to becoming law.
Clara Caufield: Tribes must get serious about language retention Clara Caufield: Tribes must get serious about language retention (09/12)
There is one subject we don’t hear much about from elected officials or those who aspire to be elected: the preservation of our tribal languages.
CAIRNS Column: Examining the flag of the Yankton Sioux Tribe CAIRNS Column: Examining the flag of the Yankton Sioux Tribe (09/09)
Over the course of the next few months we will examine the nine tribal flags of nations with reservation lands in South Dakota.
Controversial Indian education bill advances on party-line vote Controversial Indian education bill advances on party-line vote (09/08)
Sen. McCain (R-Arizona) blew up when faced with opposition to his bill to take funds from Bureau of Indian Education schools for a voucher program.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe reaches out to youth at annual fair Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe reaches out to youth at annual fair (09/08)
Rosebud Sioux Tribal Police and Program Directors worked together to provide several children with meals and carnival rides during the 140th Annual Rosebud Fair.
#NoDAPL movement takes center stage at summit in North Dakota #NoDAPL movement takes center stage at summit in North Dakota (09/07)
Chairman Dave Archambault II of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe shared his people's struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Lakota Country Times: School going strong at #NoDAPL campsite Lakota Country Times: School going strong at #NoDAPL campsite (09/07)
The most recent development missed by the non-Native media is the creation of a school intended to serve the needs of children now living at the camps.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules business meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules business meeting (09/02)
Water rights, Indian education and the theft of tribal property are on the agenda for the September 7 meeting.
Native Sun News: Cartoonist Ricardo Cate brings humor to #NoDAPL movement Native Sun News: Cartoonist Ricardo Cate brings humor to #NoDAPL movement (09/02)
Ricardo Cate’ is the genius behind the Without Reservations cartoon series.
Sun'aq Tribe receives grant to start language immersion program Sun'aq Tribe receives grant to start language immersion program (09/01)
The grant from the Administration for Native Americans will run for five years.
Morongo Band awards $30K in scholarships to three Native students Morongo Band awards $30K in scholarships to three Native students (08/31)
Ty’ithreeha Allen (Yurok), Gabriella Jarnaghan (Hoopa) and Raymond LeBeau (Pit River) each received $10,000 to further their education.
Supplies needed for #NoDAPL Defenders of the Sacred Water School Supplies needed for #NoDAPL Defenders of the Sacred Water School (08/30)
The new school at the Camp of the Sacred Stones held its first classes on August 29, 2016.
Lakota Country Times: Students witness history at #NoDAPL camp Lakota Country Times: Students witness history at #NoDAPL camp (08/30)
Nearly forty students from the Crazy Horse School traveled to Cannonball, North Dakota, to witness living history as thousands of water protectors have gathered in the area to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
School starts at #NoDAPL camp as pipeline resistance digs in for long haul School starts at #NoDAPL camp as pipeline resistance digs in for long haul (08/29)
The Defenders of the Water School held its first classes at the Camp of the Sacred Stones as the #NoDAPL movement continues.
Delphine Red Shirt: Taking control of teaching our own languages Delphine Red Shirt: Taking control of teaching our own languages (08/29)
Imagine what would happen if everyone in tribal government was required to speak or know Lakota.
Leech Lake Band celebrates groundbreaking for new high school Leech Lake Band celebrates groundbreaking for new high school (08/26)
The replacement Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig High School should be ready in time for the fall 2017 school year.
Navajo Nation wants Mormon Church abuse lawsuit to stay in tribal court Navajo Nation wants Mormon Church abuse lawsuit to stay in tribal court (08/22)
The tribe is defending its court system from an 'attack' by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
97-year-old Indian boarding school survivor still sharing his story 97-year-old Indian boarding school survivor still sharing his story (08/19)
Sid Byrd was sent to the Genoa Indian Industrial School in Nebraska when he was just six years old.
Nez Perce Tribe hosts reception for White House education official Nez Perce Tribe hosts reception for White House education official (08/17)
William Mendoza is coming to the Idaho reservation to learn more about the State-Tribal Education Partnership.
First use of 'racism' came from founder of Carlisle boarding school First use of 'racism' came from founder of Carlisle boarding school (08/16)
Army general Richard Henry Pratt believed the best way to treat an Indian person was to 'Kill the Indian in him and save the man.'
White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey (08/10)
William Mendoza became upset when he saw someone wearing a Washington NFL jersey with some unusual words written on the back.
Advisory Board for Exceptional Children sets next meeting in Kansas Advisory Board for Exceptional Children sets next meeting in Kansas (08/08)
The board advises the Bureau of Indian Affairs on ways to meet the needs of Indian children with disabilities.
Young member of Warm Springs Tribes reaches deal in marijuana case Young member of Warm Springs Tribes reaches deal in marijuana case (08/05)
Amid widespread attention, federal prosecutors are planning to drop their case against Devontre Thomas, 19.
Young member of Warm Springs Tribes hit with marijuana charge Young member of Warm Springs Tribes hit with marijuana charge (08/04)
A year-old incident at Chemawa Indian School in Oregon led to a single charge against Devontre Thomas, 19, who graduated in May.
Naomi Schaefer Riley: Catholic schools try to make up for bad past Naomi Schaefer Riley: Catholic schools try to make up for bad past (08/03)
Naomi Schaefer Riley is a senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum and the author of the new book 'The New Trail of Tears: How Washington Is Destroying American Indians.'
Janine Pease: Our Indian children in Montana continue to fall behind Janine Pease: Our Indian children in Montana continue to fall behind (08/01)
The Kids Count Data Book helps us understand our families’ status and improve our children’s life opportunities for their strong and healthy futures.
Lakota Country Times: Summer program connects with Native youth Lakota Country Times: Summer program connects with Native youth (07/29)
A summer art program on the Pine Ridge Reservation introduced professional artists to tribal youth in an effort to help combat the high rate of suicide among young Lakota.
Native Sun News: Tribal college showcases works of Lakota artists Native Sun News: Tribal college showcases works of Lakota artists (07/27)
Oglala Lakota College’s summer art series 'A Vision of Our History by Lakota Artists' featured the work of Kevin Pourier in July 2016.
André Cramblit: Growing wiser in my return to Dartmouth College André Cramblit: Growing wiser in my return to Dartmouth College (07/27)
I did not have the traditional great Dartmouth experience during my four years in New Hampshire.

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