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I discovered the American Indian and never looked back.
Scholarly, but highly readable and entertaining, "American Indian Myths & Mysteries" is a must for students of the Native American culture, ceremony and prophecy.
But many American Indian groups, including the National Congress of American Indians, say such mascots are harmful and derogatory.
SUICIDE CONTINUES to disproportionately impact American Indians and Alaska Natives, with rates more than three times higher than population groups with the lowest suicide rates.
ERIC Descriptors: American Indian Students; Enrollment; School Location; American Indian Languages; American Indian Education; Public Schools; Rural Schools
In addition, 12 percent identify themselves as non-Hispanic Black and American Indian, while another 6 percent identify as non-Hispanic White, Black and American Indian.
In the first chapter, "Settling into the City: American Indian Migration and Urbanization, 1900-1945," Rosenthal tells the story of the migration of American Indians in the Southwest and California Indians to urban areas and places where labor was needed before World War II.
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (1999) reminds us that tribal colleges and universities were created to meet the higher educational needs of American Indians.
* For American Indian or Alaska Native students committed to careers in tribal public policy, including natural resource management, American Indian education and justice, and cultural preservation.
According to the (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/10/sports/baseball/mets-day-for-american-indians-offends-group.html?pagewanted=1&_r=3&ref=baseball) New York Times , the Mets contacted the American Indian Community House, a nonprofit group, in March to seek the organization's aid in organizing its Native American Heritage Day.
Each November, the United States observes American Indian History Month (AIHM).
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