The Cherokee Nation is providing $150 in clothing assistance for every qualifying Cherokee student regardless of residency or income, with applications beginning July 20.
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They sat inside a dust-covered box that had been stashed away, untouched, for years: black-and-white photographs of Apache students who were among the first sent to a New Mexico boarding school bankrolled by East Coast parishioners and literary fans.
Public school teachers in Oklahoma could have their teaching licenses suspended for teaching certain concepts about race and racism under new rules approved July 12 by the State Board of Education.
Students enrolled at Sequoyah High School will not be required to have COVID-19 vaccinations unless they play sports or take part in other extra-curricular activities.
Oklahoma does not require schools’ water to be checked for lead and few have volunteered for a free testing program implemented a year ago.
The remains of 10 more Native American children who died more than a century ago at a boarding school in central Pennsylvania are being disinterred and will be returned to their relatives, authorities said.
The department will introduce a program called industrial trades that will have trainees working with cement to build products.
The Tahlequah native began his career with the Cherokee Nation’s Indian Child Welfare.
The Uru of Lake Poopo are left clinging to its salt-crusted former shoreline in three small settlements.
Native American tribes, students and faculty are pushing the Ivy League institution and other colleges to do more for Indigenous communities to atone for past wrongs.