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President’s Blog Articles

Donate! COVID-19 Emergency Relief Funding Needed

For most Americans, adequate, functioning infrastructure and technology make coronavirus-related closures bearable, even workable. In Indian country, the picture can be devastating.

Cheryl Crazy Bull Spells Out Plan for Allies to Advocate for Native Access to Higher Education and Tribal College Education

Cheryl Crazy Bull’s guest blog about how allies can advocate for Native American access to higher education, funding for Native higher education, and funding for TCUs appeared on the Higher Learning Advocates blog.

Statement About the Corona Virus or COVID-19

The American Indian College Fund is committed to continuing its support of Native American students and tribal colleges during the Corona Virus outbreak.

American Indian College Fund Says New Proclamation Undermines Significance of Native People

Since 1990, November has been designated as Native American Heritage Month to celebrate Native people and their contributions to society. However, leaders with the American Indian College Fund are concerned that President Trump’s newly formed proclamation that November will also be considered National American History and Founders Month may divert attention from Native issues and undermine the experiences and role of Native populations in this country’s history.