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March 1, 2013 Headlines

 




 

“Don’t hide your identity, but embrace it and carry it forward.”
 Kathy Hansen, Kiowa

 Indigenous Youth Step Up To Protect Their Roots  

 Lumbees Will Keep Their Eagle Feathers Even If It's Against the Law

 More Military Honors for the Leader Family

 Beloved Native American Murals at Wilson-Pacific may Disappear

Slave Narratives Include Amazing Story of Native American Slave

 Five Native Youth Selected as Inaugural Class of Champions for Change

 Oneida Music Program Keeps Culture Alive

 Secretary Vilsack Confirms Support for Tribes at Meeting with Tribal College Presidents

  Museum of the American Indian Launches Website on Mayan Astronomy and Mathematics

 Neuroscience, Historical Trauma, and Native Games to Meet At Salish Kootenai College This Summer

Introducing the Earth Hour Forest  

Formation of New 'Native American Sovereignty Alliance' Moving Ahead Following Introductory Webinar That Drew Nearly 200 National Participants

Can Plants Be Altruistic? You Bet, Says a New CU-Bounder Study

Uranium Study Would Be First For Navajo Children

 American Indians: U.S. Presidents In Their Own Words

 
 
 

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