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Remarks by First Lady Michelle Obama at Santa Fe Indian School Remarks by First Lady Michelle Obama at Santa Fe Indian School
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
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
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
Myrtle Driver Johnson, a Beloved Woman of the tribe, spent three years working on the children's classic.
Gary Davis of NCAIED joins Small Business Administration council Gary Davis of NCAIED joins Small Business Administration council
The president and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development will work on issues facing business in underserved communities.
Arne Vainio: A mother's gift carried me through many life journeys Arne Vainio: A mother's gift carried me through many life journeys
My stethoscope is broken. The upper part where the ear pieces go into the tubing separated and I can’t find any way to fix it.
Kewa Pueblo builds new community around historic trading post Kewa Pueblo builds new community around historic trading post
A housing development and a walking / biking path are sprouting up at the Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post in New Mexico.
United Keetoowah Band installs new leader after impeachment vote United Keetoowah Band installs new leader after impeachment vote
Joe Bunch will serve as chief of the Oklahoma tribe following the impeachment of George Wickliffe.
Jacqueline Keeler: Shameful and skewed poll on racist NFL name Jacqueline Keeler: Shameful and skewed poll on racist NFL name
Given that I have 50 first cousins who are enrolled in the Navajo and Yankton Dakota Sioux Nations, none of whom likes the team name, I found the results to be curious.
Gyasi Ross: Drug epidemic sweeping through Native communities Gyasi Ross: Drug epidemic sweeping through Native communities
According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health the percentage of Native Americans reporting current use of prescription drugs for nonmedical purposes is higher than that for any other racial group.
Interview with Melvin Monette about Cobell scholarship program Interview with Melvin Monette about Cobell scholarship program
Indigenous Education, a non-profit based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was recently selected to administer the program.
Auction house in France won't stop sale of sacred tribal property Auction house in France won't stop sale of sacred tribal property
The EVE auction house in Paris continues to insist that all of the items were acquired legally and is even urging tribes to buy their own property.
Lakota Country Times: Education Secretary hears from Pine Ridge Lakota Country Times: Education Secretary hears from Pine Ridge
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
The children who were sent away long ago, only to die in an unfamiliar place far away from their families, are coming home.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Ending Whiteclay beer sales starts at home Ivan Star Comes Out: Ending Whiteclay beer sales starts at home
Although alcohol is illegal on our homeland, laws are minimal and punishment is lackadaisical.
Native Sun News: Tribes score big in fights against energy projects Native Sun News: Tribes score big in fights against energy projects
From the Northern Great Plains to the Pacific Coast, Native Americans figured prominently in decision making about impending fossil fuel transportation projects.

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