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Supreme Court backs affirmative action policy in long-running case Supreme Court backs affirmative action policy in long-running case (06/23)
By a narrow 4-3 vote, the nation's highest court finally ruled on the merits of a case that began in 2008.
Editorial: Washington school bans NFL team's apparel on campus Editorial: Washington school bans NFL team's apparel on campus (06/22)
Washington team owner Daniel Snyder should take note of the fact he is losing the battle with America’s next generation.
Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge Reservation graduates celebrate Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge Reservation graduates celebrate (06/22)
Nearly 500 students from all across the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have fulfilled the requirements of their respected institutions this spring.
Arne Vainio: Congratulating our graduates on a major milestone Arne Vainio: Congratulating our graduates on a major milestone (06/16)
Major life transitions should always carry ceremonies.
Delphine Red Shirt: Trust yourself to keep the Lakota language alive Delphine Red Shirt: Trust yourself to keep the Lakota language alive (06/15)
It's up to us to figure out how best to teach the Lakota language among ourselves.
Native Sun News: High school graduates receive eagle feathers Native Sun News: High school graduates receive eagle feathers (06/15)
On May 18, the Tiospaye (families) of the 2016 Native American graduates of the Rapid City Area School System showed up by the hundreds to show their support.
Geek Squad Academy takes digital camp to Choctaw Nation youth Geek Squad Academy takes digital camp to Choctaw Nation youth (06/14)
About 180 students from the Oklahoma tribe are getting a crash course in the latest technologies.
White House recognizes Native woman as a Champion of Change White House recognizes Native woman as a Champion of Change (06/13)
Renee Fredericks of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council has been helping youth connect their traditions with technology.
Indigenous youth in Paraguay forced into labor in wealthy homes Indigenous youth in Paraguay forced into labor in wealthy homes (06/13)
Thousands of indigenous children in Paraguay are falling victim to a centuries-old system of forced labor.
Native Sun News: Reservation athletes largely missing at track and field championship Native Sun News: Reservation athletes largely missing at track and field championship (06/10)
There were plenty of gutsy, record setting performances at Howard Wood Field last Saturday, but what was missing was the majority of gifted athletes from reservation area schools.
Brandon Ecoffey: Making the Lakota language a priority in our paper Brandon Ecoffey: Making the Lakota language a priority in our paper (06/10)
At Lakota Country Times we have made a commitment to furthering the conversation surrounding the Lakota language.
Indian school alumni gather for Father's Day powwow in Nevada Indian school alumni gather for Father's Day powwow in Nevada (06/09)
Over 200 dancers and more than 30 arts, crafts and food vendors, along with former students and their families, are expected at the annual event.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux student earns top athletic award Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux student earns top athletic award (06/09)
Rosebud Sioux Tribal Member Robert Iron Shell was recently named the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Midwest Region Athlete of the Year.
Carlyle Begay: Native American youth deserve a better education Carlyle Begay: Native American youth deserve a better education (06/09)
While political differences divide us, one common goal we should all have is to expand opportunity for our youth by improving their access to a quality education.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne musician Gary Small shares talents with youth Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne musician Gary Small shares talents with youth (06/08)
The Coyote Brothers, led by guitar wizard Gary Small, performed at the Lame Deer High School on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
Blackfeet Nation sees lower teacher turnover due to local talent Blackfeet Nation sees lower teacher turnover due to local talent (06/07)
Some 63 percent of the teachers in a school district on the reservation identify as Blackfeet.
Andre Cramblit: Native student fights to wear moccasins at graduation Andre Cramblit: Native student fights to wear moccasins at graduation (06/06)
Native communities across the country are celebrating each successful student as a victory against the kind of racism this district has displayed.
Cedric Sunray: The legacy of disenrollment at Haskell University Cedric Sunray: The legacy of disenrollment at Haskell University (06/02)
My first contact with the issue of disenrollment occurred as a student at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas.
Robert Cook: Indigenous communities share a sense of optimism Robert Cook: Indigenous communities share a sense of optimism (06/02)
The contributions of Native Hawaiians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders have helped shaped the history of our country.
Bill lowers tuition at historic Indian university in North Carolina Bill lowers tuition at historic Indian university in North Carolina (06/02)
The Access to Affordable Higher Education Act lowers tuition to just $500 a semester but it has been controversial.
Vi Waln: An education is the greatest weapon in today's society Vi Waln: An education is the greatest weapon in today's society (06/01)
Things are very different now, but as Lakota people we have to honor what our ancestors sacrificed for us to be here.
Delphine Red Shirt: Our language doesn't need 'expert' approval Delphine Red Shirt: Our language doesn't need 'expert' approval (05/31)
From an early age, I knew the language of children speaking Lakota and the language of Lakota adults.
Remarks by First Lady Michelle Obama at Santa Fe Indian School Remarks by First Lady Michelle Obama at Santa Fe Indian School (05/26)
Remarks, as prepared for delivery, by First Lady Michelle Obama at the Santa Fe Indian School 2016 commencement ceremony.
First Lady Michelle Obama shares message of hope with Indian school First Lady Michelle Obama shares message of hope with Indian school (05/26)
Santa Fe Indian School, a Bureau of Indian Education instituion in New Mexico, welcomed a high-profile guest for its 2016 graduation ceremony.
Puyallup Tribe works to keep language alive for new generations Puyallup Tribe works to keep language alive for new generations (05/26)
The Puyallup Tribal Language Program and the University of Washington are hosting the first-ever Lushootseed Language Institute.
Eastern Cherokee elder translates 'Charlotte's Web' into Tsalagi Eastern Cherokee elder translates 'Charlotte's Web' into Tsalagi (05/26)
Myrtle Driver Johnson, a Beloved Woman of the tribe, spent three years working on the children's classic.
Interview with Melvin Monette about Cobell scholarship program Interview with Melvin Monette about Cobell scholarship program (05/26)
Indigenous Education, a non-profit based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was recently selected to administer the program.
Lakota Country Times: Education Secretary hears from Pine Ridge Lakota Country Times: Education Secretary hears from Pine Ridge (05/26)
Secretary John King met with students and teachers at the Red Cloud Indian School and the Wolf Creek School.
Vi Waln: Rosebud Sioux youth lead efforts to bring relatives home Vi Waln: Rosebud Sioux youth lead efforts to bring relatives home (05/26)
The children who were sent away long ago, only to die in an unfamiliar place far away from their families, are coming home.
Fort Peck Tribes oppose new directive on transgender students Fort Peck Tribes oppose new directive on transgender students (05/25)
The tribal council voted 7-0 to in favor a policy that requires 'separate public use of bathrooms according to gender.'
Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge youth showcase film projects Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge youth showcase film projects (05/25)
The Red Cloud Heritage Center ended its 'Our Community Story' project with screenings of students’ interviews with elders, artists and professionals from the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Lakota Country Times: Army promises return of tribal children Lakota Country Times: Army promises return of tribal children (05/24)
A consultation between several tribes and the Department of Defense resulted in a promise to financially support the disinterment of the remains of tribal children.
Santa Fe Indian School preparing for First Lady Michelle Obama Santa Fe Indian School preparing for First Lady Michelle Obama (05/23)
All of the leaders of the 19 Pueblo tribes in New Mexico are expected to attend the historic graduation ceremony.
Naomi Schaefer Riley: Hold tribal leaders accountable for schools Naomi Schaefer Riley: Hold tribal leaders accountable for schools (05/23)
What is needed? Holding tribal leaders accountable.
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge school hosts meth awareness day Native Sun News: Pine Ridge school hosts meth awareness day (05/23)
With the residents of the Pine Ridge Reservation faced with deadly concerns about the meth problems, Crazy Horse School hosted a Meth Awareness Day with special guest speakers Miss Oglala Lakota Nation Santana Youngman and Julie Richards, the Founder of Mothers Against Meth Awareness.

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