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New Mexico replaces Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day  CBS News

New Mexico has joined a group of states that replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day. CBS Albuquerque station KRQE reports Gov. Michelle ...

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Marquette University: Hiring nine faculty members to add to Race, Ethnic and Indigenous Studies program  Wisbusiness.com

Contact: Kevin Conway. Associate Director of University Communication. (414) 288-4745 – office. (414) 202-9329 – mobile. kevin.m.conway@marquette.edu.

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Oregon Native designers celebrate heritage, counter mass fashion  OregonLive.com

Across Oregon, a growing number of popular Native American artists and designers are confronting mass fashion trends and celebrating their heritage through ...

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An Alien-Hunting Tech Mogul May Help Solve a Space Mystery  WIRED

Russian billionaire Yuri Milner has invested a fortune to help SETI find the source of cosmic flashes that emit the energy of 500 million suns.

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Columbus day name change: Maine replaces Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day  CBS News

Maine on Friday became the latest state to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples' Day when Gov. Janet Mills signed a bill making the change official.

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The Delicious New Reason To Visit Peru This Summer  Forbes

A new gastronomic partnership connects Peru's top chef with one of the country's top hotels.

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South Asian science-fiction is finally centrestage, bringing us closer to our own reality  Scroll.in

My first encounter with a work of desi science fiction was very much by accident. During my undergraduate studies at the English department at Karachi ...

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Migrants, Memorials and Mass Incarceration: More Summer Research Abroad  SDSU Newscenter

Dozens of San Diego State University professors are abroad this summer, conducting fieldwork for critical research in five of the seven continents. This is the ...

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Joy Harjo makes history as first Native American to be named U.S. Poet Laureate, as member of Muscogee Creek Tribe in Tulsa, Oklahoma  CBS News

Joy Harjo has made history as the first Native American be appointed U.S. poet laureate. Harjo was named as the nation's 23rd poet laureate on Wednesday.

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Congress tackles crisis of missing and murdered Native American women  CBS News

Although May 5 is nationally considered a day for celebration, in many tribal communities, it is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native ...

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