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February 6, 2019 | Issue Number 38

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ASU, Cronkite Journalism debuts new Native initiatives

Arizona State University has announced two new programs in its Southwest Borderlands Initiative to include a program-specific professor, who will focus on Native journalism research and student recruitment, and an online master’s degree program.

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Indian Country Today video news report for Feb 4, 2019

‘The Olympics of bull riding’ has its first All-Native American team Native elders recount the history of the song Nathan Phillips sang, the AIM Song Europeans acknowledge Native American holocaust with series of events. Hosted by Vincent Schilling

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Documenting colonialism: Millions killed, a changed climate

… And Europe gets rich. ​ The destruction of the Indigenous world has been chronicled ever since Bartolomé de las Casas wrote: “A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies” in 1552. By Mark Trahant.

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Pauly Denetclaw joins Indian Country Today as Fellow

Pauly Denetclaw, Diné, is the second media fellow for Indian Country Today. Denetclaw has been a staff reporter for the Navajo Times in Window Rock, Arizona, for more than a year and will be reporting from Washington, D.C., this March.

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Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read last week …

‘The Olympics of bull riding’ has its first All-Native American team, Native elders recount the history of the song Nathan Phillips sang, the AIM Song, Documentary chronicles traditions and Europe recognizes a Native Holocaust.

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