TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

Haskell Students Share Native American Culture with Southwest Students in Schoolwide Program

“We all have different ceremonies and practices, but as a people we are united,” Summer Powell, a Haskell sophomore and Navajo tribe member, said of distinctions between America’s indigenous communities.

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Sacrifice and Honor: A Virtual Tour of Haskell’s Long History of Honoring Veterans

Located in Lawrence, Kansas, Haskell Indian Nations University began as the U.S. Training and Industrial School, a boarding school for Native students. Its curriculum focused on industrial education with the goal of building a skilled workforce that would help transform tribal communities.

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