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More than 2,000 Native American youth gathered in Denver for the 41st Annual UNITY National Conference; the largest gathering in the organization’s history.
The University of Montana Skaggs Scholars Program was created to recruit and train more Native American students in pharmacy, and it’s been successful; it will be endowed for $1.25 million.
The American Indian Graduate Center recently elected Holly Cook Macarro (Red Lake Band of Ojibwe) as president of the organization’s Board of Directors.
John F. Kennedy often gets credit for serving as president during the Civil Rights Movement, but he was killed before he could fulfill his promises to Natives.
With the U.S. government already billions of dollars in debt on funding various Indian country infrastructure projects, what are tribes left to do?
Tanya H. Lee
Sandra Boham is president of Salish Kootenai College. She is one Native American woman among many who serve as a president of a tribal college or university.
For the 2016 elections there were so many superb candidates running for offices, I expected a record number of Native legislators.
The American Indian Graduate Center has added National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernie L. Stevens Jr. to its Board of Directors.
The Eastern Shoshone Tribe recently debuted $30 million worth of upgrades to Shoshone Rose Casino on the Wind River Reservation in Lander, Wyoming. The expansion, aimed at creating an upscale feel, includes a 61-room hotel with an indoor heated pool and hot tub. Just outside the pool area, fire...
HUD has allocated $56.5 million to 77 Native American communities to improve housing conditions and stimulate community development.
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