Tag: american indian studies
An interview with Suzan Shown Harjo on the eve of the 25th anniversary of start of a legal battle to end the racist nickname of the Washington football team
Six Native Americans who were there for the beginning of the Occupation of Alcatraz Island tell ICMN what it was like in their own words.
Tanya H. Lee
Linda LeGarde Grover talks with Indian Country Media Network about her essay collection ’Onigamiising: Seasons of an Ojibwe Year,' due out in October 2017.
A cultural exchange between the Coast Salish peoples and those of Perugia, Italy centered around the Canoe Journey has revealed much in common.
Debra Utacia Krol
From environmental studies to an online master’s program for busy hospitality professionals, universities across the U.S. are offering more and more specialty programs for Native students. Check out these five universities, which offer a cornucopia of educational programs, from hospitality and gaming management to fine arts and law.
Lisa J. Ellwood
Not the Twilight Series Wolfpack: Celebrate Quileute Days as a way to learn about the real Quileute Nation
Black Hills State University will honor two South Dakota Native American leaders, Lionel R. Bordeaux and Jace DeCory, by naming campus buildings for them.
Navigating higher education can be difficult for Native American students. McKayla Gourneau and Dakota LaPlante share their struggles and triumphs.
Navajo Documentary Film Tour Directors Ramona Emerson and Sarah Del Seronde bring their films 'Mayors of Shiprock' and 'Metal Road' to Indian country
Richard Oakes had a huge impact on the fight for Native rights—from establishing one of the first American Indian studies programs to the Occupation of Alcatraz Island.
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