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Recent Reads

Previous selections and discussions inside the College Fund.

The Night Watchman

The Night Watchman

Centered around the threat of the U.S. Government’s Termination of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa tribe in North Dakota, Louise Erdrich’s novel The Night Watchman takes us on an Indigenous journey inspired by her grandfather, Patrick Gourneau, a former tribal chairman of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and a night watchman.

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Recent Reads

Previous selections and discussions inside the College Fund.

A Dialogue with Diné Director Blackhorse Lowe

Diné film and TV director Blackhorse Lowe met with the College Fund to speak about what it means to be an Indigenous director. Lowe grew up on the Navajo Nation hearing traditional and family stories and watching movies–lots of movies, which influenced his path on becoming a film and TV director.

Recent Reads

Previous selections and discussions inside the College Fund.

A Dialogue with Diné Director Blackhorse Lowe

A Dialogue with Diné Director Blackhorse Lowe

Diné film and TV director Blackhorse Lowe met with the College Fund to speak about what it means to be an Indigenous director. Lowe grew up on the Navajo Nation hearing traditional and family stories and watching movies–lots of movies, which influenced his path on becoming a film and TV director.

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We Celebrate Native Women from All Tribal Nations Today!

We Celebrate Native Women from All Tribal Nations Today!

Happy International Women’s Day! Did you know there are 574 federally recognized Indian tribes in the contiguous 48 states and Alaska in the United States? Did you know that each Native Nation is a sovereign nation, with its own language, culture, teachings, spiritual practices, tribal government, court system, and more?

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The Night Watchman

The Night Watchman

Centered around the threat of the U.S. Government’s Termination of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa tribe in North Dakota, Louise Erdrich’s novel The Night Watchman takes us on an Indigenous journey inspired by her grandfather, Patrick Gourneau, a former tribal chairman of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and a night watchman.

read more

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A Dialogue with Diné Director Blackhorse Lowe

A Dialogue with Diné Director Blackhorse Lowe

April 26, 2022 -The American Indian College Fund’s Fund Employee Engagement Team (F.E.E.T.) Film Festival started as an endeavor to show films and documentaries that spotlight Indigenous issues with Indigenous voices. Watching films and guest appearances by Indigenous...

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