IAIA graduates one of its largest classes

The Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, held commencement exercises on Friday.

IAIA bestowed degrees on 42 people, one of its largest classes. LaDonna Harris, the president of Americans for Indian Opportunity, gave the keynote.

IAIA is a two-year and four-year tribal college.

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Ready to soar: IAIA Commencement ceremonies mark graduation of 42 students (The Santa Fe New Mexican 5/13)

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