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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.
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
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.
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.
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.