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We are so excited for the coming spring semester and proud to announce our new location at the “Yellow House” or Casa Amarilla on 290 S Hull St Athens, GA 30602.

Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide football team may have been ranked number one in Division I College Football (SEC-West) and a formidable foe for our very own Georgia Bulldogs prior to winning the National Championship, but if there was a ranking system for repatriation of Indigenous remains,…

Native leaders sat down with top officials from the Interior in December. We learn more details about the historic meeting. Plus, Albuquerque officials are working to understand more about a gravesite at a former Indian boarding school.

A new piece of legislation passed for Cherokee citizens will invest $440 million into major health care capital improvements.That funding – a combination of federal American Rescue Plan dollars and third-party insurance revenues – will allow the Nation to build a new, modern hospital on the…

One hundred and thirty-one winters ago, on December 29, 1890, some 150 Lakota men, women and children were massacred by the US 7th Cavalry Regiment near Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Some estimate the actual number closer to 300.

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