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The Tahlequah native began his career with the Cherokee Nation’s Indian Child Welfare.
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.
Native student leaders call for the removal of “inappropriate” statue located on Northeastern State University campus.
The one-day medical summer camp will visit six communities in 2021.
Thomas Belt, originally from Oklahoma, retired from Western Carolina University in 2018.
The online camp will be offered July 19-21 to help students analyze, prepare and complete college applications, identify scholarship opportunities and explore schools of interest.
A Native American lawyer wants Harvard University to return a tomahawk once owned by his pioneering ancestor, Chief Standing Bear of the Ponca Tribe.