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Month: October 2009 Articles

Thank You for Making Our 2009 Flame of Hope Gala A Success!

Neither, rain, nor sleet, nor 18 inches of snow could stop supporters of American Indian education from turning out to celebrate the American Indian College Fund’s 20 years on Wednesday, October 28 at the Seawall Ballroom of the Denver Center of the Performing Arts. As more than 18 inches of snow accumulated outside, more than 300 supporters,

Silences in stewardship: Some American Indian college students examples

This study focuses much needed attention on three functions of silence that are central to the college experiences of many American Indian students. Using ethnographic data collected with 34 communicators in the context of a predominately White, U.S. university, the authors show silence to inhabit empowering and generative communicative actions within which American Indian students achieve particular communally linked cultural objectives.

Gearing up to Celebrate 20 Years of Our Mission

This Wednesday marks our 20th anniversary Flame of Hope Gala. We are thrilled to be celebrating our 20 years in a beautiful venue with top-notch entertainment, our supporters, our tribal college leaders, and our students, and hope that our readers will be joining us at the Seward Ballroom of the Colorado Center for the Performing Arts at 6 p.m. on October 28.

Countdown to Our 20th Anniversary Celebration!

It’s less than a week away, and we hope to see you there. The Empress of Soul, Ms. Gladys Knight, will be performing, and we will be joined by people from across the nation that support American Indian education.

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