We are excited to share the groundbreaking research findings and messaging guidelines from “Reclaiming Native Truth: A Project to Dispel America’s Myths and Misconceptions.” Chery Crazy Bull, President and CEO of the American Indian College Fund, participated as an advisory committee member.
American Indians know the inter-generational psychological trauma that follows when children are removed from their families. Native children were forcibly taken from their parents by the U.S. government and were forced to attend boarding schools far away, losing their language, culture, and family ties, creating deep wounds.
Envisioning a sustainable community can be a difficult and complex task. Students at Sisseton Wahpeton College (SWC) are learning about how to handle it with ease, however, including defining, envisioning, and building sustainability for future generations.
The American Indian College Fund created the LGBTQ webinar series to provide a resource for all tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) on awareness and understanding of campus climate, identity, and current College Fund initiatives.
This is a collaborative series developed by the College Fund’s Environmental Sustainability, Native Arts and Early Childhood Education program initiatives. This is the first blog of a six-part series focused on place-based education.