Category Archives: literature

Food for Thought: Stories from Sky’s Stomach

“You are what you eat” is a food saying I have already used on my blog, but for this particular post I felt I should use it again to jump into the thought. November is Native American Heritage Month and I felt I should do the term some justice in this blog to show my [...]

Join Us in Celebrating Native Heritage Month

  November 1 marks the start of National American Indian Heritage Month. All month long we will we celebrate the contributions of First Americans to our great nation and providing you with information on the traditions and cultures of the students we serve. In a web portal developed by the Library of Congress and the [...]

Woksape Oyate Projects Draws to a Close

After five years of building intellectual capital across Indian Country, the American Indian College Fund’s Woksape Oyate $17.5 million dollar project, meaning Wisdom of the People and funded by the Lilly Endowment, is drawing to a close. From developing staff and faculty development to new program implementation to language preservation projects, the Woksape Oyate program [...]

Student Blogger, Therese: Friends-Angels Among Us

During my summer season I have created some heart-fluttering, wake-up-smiling, indefinable memories with my friends, some of which have been accompanied with acquaintances. Friendship is among life’s sacred gifts.  I have a small circle of friends, with an outer expansive ring around it that includes acquaintances, akin to the ripple effect on a pool of [...]

Student Blogger Therese: Summer Pastimes

We all have our favorite activities and pastimes that magnify the summer season.  Among the most common are reading novels while swinging in a hammock under a shade tree, watching the sun dance with the  branches, sippin’  on an ice- cold- fresh- squeezed big gulp size tumbler of lemonade, jumping out of a tire swing [...]

Tucson Schools Bans Books by Native, Chicano, and Latino Authors

Tucson schools are banning The reading list of removed books in minority education includes works by acclaimed Native American, Chicano and Latino authors. Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and works by Henry David Thoreau also appear on the list, which includes: • “Rethinking Columbus: The Next 500 Years,” a 20-year-old textbook which features an essay by Tucson [...]

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