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Tag: American Indian

National Native American Heritage Month: Celebrating the Nation’s First Tribal College

In honor of the 32nd annual National Native American Heritage Month celebrated in November, INSIGHT explores the history and importance of Diné College, the...

Higher Education Celebrates Native American Art

American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, celebrated each year in November, is a time to recognize the important contributions made by Indigenous peoples...

Advocates for Native American Rights Push Law Schools to Expand Indigenous...

On June 1, the U.S. Supreme Court announced a unanimous landmark decision on tribal sovereignty by granting tribal police the right to investigate and...

Acknowledging Native Land is a Step Against Indigenous Erasure

Like many American organizations, colleges and universities in the U.S. often occupy land that was once home to Native American communities. While modern Americans...

Celebrating American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month with Literature

There There by Tommy Orange Orange’s debut novel garnered national attention through a Pulitzer nomination and by earning a spot on both The New York...

“Lone Soldier” Recruits American Indian 

Dentists to Serve the Community

Conveniently nestled between 22 federally recognized American Indian tribes, A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health (ASDOH), in Mesa, has...

Tribal Colleges’ ‘Go To’ Fund Turns 25

The American Indian College Fund has accomplished much, and has more to do If everyone who has received scholarships from the American Indian College Fund...