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Youth and Education news

March 1, 2012




Miranda Washinawatok: Seventh grade student punished for speaking Menominee in class
Menominee Language -Teacher Offers Letter- Faults Miranda


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Kateri to be canonized in October
Shawls For Grandmas
Young Aborigine Woman Inspires Others to Overcome Hardships

Longest Walk Stops by Baltimore Powwow
Innu doctor to walk across Quebec aboriginal communities
Trail Riders pass through Liberty County en route to Houston rodeo
This Presidents’ Day We Highlight the ‘Best’ Presidents for Indian Country
Native American tribe suing Urban Outfitters
Supreme Court Will Revisit Affirmative Action in College Admissions

Purdue takes home 25 area advertising awards

Native American Education in Chicago
Continuing A Tradition
Oklahoma College Committed to Indian Students
Pendleton Woolen Mills Continues Support with Nearly $80,000 to the American Indian College Fund .
Native Language App Gets Cool Reception
Koch-Funded Plan in Development to Teach K-12 Kids Global Warming isn’t Real
1812 Landmarks for Community College Faculty
Haskell student claims to have recorded ghostly voice in school cemetery
Actual words of American Indian boarding school founder, students brought to life in play
Journal story shows harm of foster care

Japan Tsunami Debris May Soon Hit California Coast
Court: Monsanto Guilty of Chemical Poisoning in France
Utah Considering Ag Gag Legislation

Native Farmers Gather to Protect Seeds
Cincinnati Could Have 100% Clean Energy
Lab Partners with Native American Carbon Researchers to Help Support Marshallese Resettlement
Exoplanet GJ 1214b May Be First Super-Earth 'Waterworld'
CA Fish &Game Official Shoots Mountain Lion, Is "Glad It's Legal In Idaho"
Over 450 wolves shot dead in Idaho, Montana to date
Strange & Scary Plants
Pendleton resident Mariah Watchman competes on "America's Next Top Model"
Celebrating snow snakes
Junior Native Youth Olympics
Film With Novice Eskimo Cast Opens in Theaters
A Young Master: Meet Navajo Black Belt Alfred Duchaussee

Cherokee Youth Making a ‘Racket’ in Tennis World
Chickasaw exhibit on display
s a Knockout: Ojibwe Boxer Mary Spencer Is a Leader With Influence
Mozart for Mutts... and Marine Life?
Minnesota Duluth hockey fans reprimanded for ‘smallpox blankets’ chant at Fighting Sioux

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