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Reflections on a man of the people, John Trudell

My niece graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts last week. John Trudell spoke at their graduation and it reminded that I had this piece that was shared on the NWIC home page.

Northwest Indian College was honored to host the noted Indian activist and artist, John Trudell on April 25. John is a [...]

Mother’s Day Lessons

All of us have lots of loving words for our mothers. Those women who give birth to us and those who raise us. Many of us have deep connections to our mothers, aunties and grandmothers. Others of us live with a heartbreaking void where mothering is supposed to be. My mom always said she was [...]

Educators’ opportunities with Indian Businesses

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) is a great organization that builds capacity, networking and business opportunities for tribal businesses. For over 25 years, NCAIED has hosted the Reservation Economic Summit (RES), most of that time in Las Vegas, I don’t recall if it has been every year but it is a [...]