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The Southern Poverty Law Center’s annual mapping of organized hate in America reveals a dramatic spike in anti-Muslim groups.
By Rosalyn R. LaPier Visiting Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies, Environmental Studies and Native American Religion, Harvard University The Conversation, February 16, 2017 — For several months Native American protesters and others have been opposing the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The plans for construction pass through sacred land for the Native American tribe, Standing […]
People of color largely remain shut out of the tech industry.
By Staff, ABC FOX MT, February 13, 2017 — In small towns across Montana, pharmacists do much more than just dispense medications. They serve as a vital health care resource for their patients, providing important health screenings and education for conditions like diabetes and asthma. To grow the number of community pharmacists in Montana and […]
A new report from National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, a division of National Science Foundation, provides data on the U.S. science and engineering enterprise.
The Navajo Nation is making moves to join a growing number of tribes that have already respectfully, but conclusively, shown Wells Fargo the door. By Frances Madeson Yes! Magazine, Feb 02, 2017 — Like the call and response in Lakota ceremonial prayer songs, tribes are answering the Standing Rock’s Sioux plea for all of Indian Country […]
North Dakota’s move to put states in charge of reservations is just one example of the possible nonsense to come. The Trump Era will require new strategies. By Mark Trahant Yes! Magazine, Jan 28, 2017 — How does Indian Country survive the Donald Trump era? The new administration is only a few days old, and already […]
By Philip Perry Big Think, December 30, 2016 — “History, Stephen said, is a nightmare from which I am trying to awake.” – James Joyce, Ulysses We are familiar with slavery and the genocide of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, two of the greatest horrors of world history. What we often don’t consider […]
By John Burnett All Things Considered, NPR, January 17, 2017 — Grand Bayou, La., is a tiny fishing village of Native Americans in the vast wetlands south of New Orleans. You can only get there by boat. Before the Cajuns, Spanish, French and Americans came, the ancestors of the people of Grand Bayou were living […]
By Walt Gardner Education Week, January 18, 2017 — The sub-standard education provided to ethnic and racial subgroups has been the subject of countless articles. Yet curiously overlooked in the coverage are Native Americans (“The Longstanding Crisis Facing Tribal Schools,” The Atlantic, Jan. 12). I’m hoping that will change as a result of a lawsuit filed […]