I believe that the hidden agenda behind Indian mascots and logos is about cultural, spiritual and intellectual exploitation. Therefore, the real issues are about power and control. These negative ethnic images are driven by those that want to define other ethnic groups and control their images. To me, power and control is the ability to make you believe that someone's truth is the absolute truth. Furthermore, it's the ability to define a reality and to get other people to affirm that reality as if it were their own.

OESE Job Announcement OESE-2019-0031

This position serves as an Education Program Specialist in the United States Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE), Office of Indian Education (OIE). The Office of Indian Education supports the efforts of local educational agencies, Indian tribes and organizations, postsecondary institutions, and other entities to meet the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Natives.

Cleveland v Atlanta 2019 demonstration

CLEVELAND, OH - Cleveland American Indian Movement, the second oldest urban AIM chapter nationally, will demonstrate outside "Progressive" Field during Cleveland Indians vs Atlanta Braves game Friday April 19, in protest of the continued use of American Indian symbols and team names in Major League Baseball.

FRIDAY, April 19 - 5pm

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SEPA 2019 Annual Meeting

Santa Elena Project of Accompaniment

Join SEPA and its supporters at its annual meeting. SEPA's mission is to support human rights workers in Guatemala as well as assist with educational scholarships, teacher salaries and needs as requested in the villages of Santa Elena and Copal AA.

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Scholarship Announcement from California Indian Law Association

The California Indian Law Association (CILA) is proud to announce that it will be offering two $5,000 scholarships to current Native American law school students to assist with law school expenses. These new scholarships are made possible through a generous donation from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

Opening Day Demonstration 2019

Join us once again as we gather at Cleveland Baseball to protest the use of the "Indians" team name and the continued licensing of the Wahoo logo. With your support we have been able to bring the exploitation of indigenous people as sports mascots to international attention. But we cannot stop here. The racist behavior that fans display at Cleveland Baseball is not a product of Wahoo, Wahoo is a product of the racism at the stadium.

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AIEC - Toys for Tots registration

Toys for Tots train logo

American Indian Education Center is registering children for toys through Toys for Tots. Toys for Tots serves children aged newborn to 14 years. In order to be eligible to receive gifts from Toys for Tots, you need to register your child by the deadline below.

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NAIVC Harvest Celebration

NAIVC - Bringing Communities Together

Bring your favorite dish to share, and enjoy a night of fun, food, and community fellowship. We will also be having a silent auction that night. How it works you bring an item to donate to the NAIVC, any funds received from sales will assist with our continued operations. EVERYONE WELCOME!

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