TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

National Native American Heritage Month: American Indians, Alaska Natives Have Served with Courage, Distinction

Department of the Army supports affinity groups that recognize excellence in the American Indian and Alaska Native communities to include Society of American Indian Government Employees, the American Indian Higher Education Consortium and Tribal Colleges and Universities under the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education.

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SKC Safe Harbor Domestic Violence Prevention Advocate There for Students

The Salish Kootenai College Center for Wellness and Prevention is collaborating with Safe Harbor to host a space and office for a Safe Harbor Domestic Violence Advocate on campus for SKC students to reach out to in time of need and her name is Kayla Ridgley.

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Billings Man Donates Decades of Crow Research and Artifacts to Little Big Horn College

After more than a half century of adding taped interviews, cabinets full of correspondence, 200 files on specific archaeological sites, hundreds of color photographic slides and books on history, archaeology and anthropology to weigh down the corner office, Little Big Horn College library staff have been slowly hauling the collection to Crow Agency.

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A Family’s Desperate Search for a Missing Young Woman Highlights Questions about Justice on Tribal Lands

As a student at Blackfeet Community College, Ashley Loring was once asked to give a presentation at a college in Bozeman about buffalo, her ex-boyfriend Calvin DeRouche said. Her speech earned her praise across the reservation.

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Navajo Technical University Welcomes Students for Open House and Skills Fest

High school students from the Four Corners region and across the Navajo Nation assembled at Navajo Technical University (NTU) to showcase their talents in academic contests and to explore higher education opportunities.

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Dennis Banks, American Indian Civil Rights Leader, Dies at 80

“We had reached a point in history where we could not tolerate the abuse any longer, where mothers could not tolerate the mistreatment that goes on on the reservations any longer,” he said. Dennis J. Banks, the militant Chippewa who founded the American Indian Movement.

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