Tag: Indian Education
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.
Harold A. Monteau
My brother and all Vietnam veterans and all vets who have left life, limbs and mental health behind in battle are our true patriots.
On August 29, 1970, United Native Americans occupied Mount Rushmore protesting the broken Treaty of Fort Laramie.
AISES Enrichment Camp makes science, technology, engineering, and math fun for Native American students.
Chickasaw teacher Merry Monroe has spent the last 47 years helping both Native American students and non-Native students succeed.
Rural schools, particularly those on and near reservations, face unique challenges in building bridges to schools that serve tribal and border communities.
JoAnn Kauffman slides into a secluded booth at a restaurant in SeaTac, Washington. There is a Māori tattoo on her left arm. Besides celebrating New Zealand’s proud indigenous people, it is a testament to her family, whose strong women have inspired her life’s work.
“The Māori tattoos are so she...
Native American students face more disciplinary challenges, discrimination and sub par curricula than their non-Native peers; leads to higher dropout rates.
Native American students and school board members seeing a lot of changes in Washington State education with mandatory “Since Time Immemorial” curriculum.
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