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The Yale Group for the Study of Native America (YGSNA) is pleased to invite applications for the 2023/24 Henry Roe Cloud Dissertation Writing Fellowship in American Indian and Indigenous Studies.

 Many decades before Oklahoma became a state, the Cherokee Nation was building public infrastructure on this land, ranging from roads and schools to the oldest public building in the state, the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court Building, which is now serving as a historical museum.

     Retired FBI agent Coleen Rowley calls for clemency for Indigenous activist who has been in prison for nearly 50 years.

I am extremely proud that one of the first bills that President Joe Biden signed into law in 2023 was the Durbin Feeling Native American Languages Act.

  "We need to reclaim our Indigenous foods," says Sean Sherman, the founding chef and co-owner of the award-winning Minneapolis eatery

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