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Haskell Indian Nations University wants city of Lawrence to recognize Indigenous People’s Day Published June
TULSA, OK (June 23, 2020) – IllumiNative, Native Organizers Alliance, and Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth are partnering with acclaimed researchers Dr. Stephanie Fryberg (Tulalip) of the University of Michigan and Dr. Arianne Eason of the University of California, Berkeley, to conduct the Indigenous Futures Survey – a groundbreaking research project for Native peoples by Native peoples.
First Nations announces a series a summer webinars designed for natural resource professionals, particularly those working on tribal lands, and others interested in learning innovative approaches to ecological stewardship. The series is made possible by the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, as part of the Mapping Ecological Stewardship Opportunities (MESO) project, which aims to support sustainable and innovative stewardship approaches on tribal lands in the Northern Great Plains region.
High school sophomore Nizhoni Ward started sewing cloth face masks in April and has given
The Navajo Nation lawsuit alleges that a new rule could decrease environmental protections for Navajo
Native Americans view monument as desecration of stolen land Activists planning protests for Trump’s Independence
Front line nurses on the Navajo Nation have been working tirelessly to save lives. Published
Sitting Bull…Bismarck, D.T.. David Frances Barry, photographer, c1885. Prints & Photographs Division Today in History
Cocopah Indian Tribe Vice Chairman J. Deal Begay, Jr. passed away from COVID-19. Published June