Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Politics of Ignorance

Check out my article on the political motives behing ignorance about Native Peoples at Indian Country Today.

Have You Helped A Student Today?

The New York Times ran a story Sunday about an organization that matches alumni and cash-strapped students at Harvard University. The alumni provide loans for students to be able to take tests, finish a semester, and buy books. For American Indian students attending tribal colleges, however, wealthy alumni are few and far between. Our alumni [...]

American Indian College Fund Meets Colorado Community

The American Indian College Fund welcomed more than 200 business people and community members to the Colorado History Museum Thursday, June 4 to learn more about American Indian college students’ needs and the tribal college movement. They saw Native dances, heard Native musicians perform, and enjoyed crafts, a silent auction, and refreshments. A special thank [...]

New Think Indian Television Spot Released

To continue the theme of our Think Indian public service print media announcements, our pro bono advertising partner, Wieden+Kennedy, has graciously donated its time and creative genius to create an animated television spot. The spot celebrates American Indian ways of thinking and how tribal colleges preserve both that and Native cultures. View it at