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University of New Mexico

Native American Studies (NAS) is an academic program committed to Indigenous research and scholarship. NAS offers a Bachelor of Arts degree and a minor degree granted through University Studies at the University of New Mexico. UNM-NAS provides a range of academic resources for the student, the University community, and the larger Native American community. In

California State University, Chico

Multicultural and Gender Studies (MCGS) is an interdisciplinary program that furthers the University’s goal of providing students with the knowledge and commitment to be socially responsible citizens in a diverse democracy and interconnected world. MCGS students and faculty analyze and challenge interlocking systems of power including racism, classism, and heterosexism. We work together as a

Haskell Indian Nations University

Haskell Indian Nations University, the premier national intertribal university, empowers American Indian and Alaska Native scholars for leadership and service to sovereign first nations and the world by virtue of its excellent academic programs and research, creative activities, and culturally diverse student experiences. The mission of Haskell Indian Nations University, a land grant institution, is

The Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT)

The NVIT Mission: To provide quality Aboriginal education and support services appropriate to student success and community development.To carry out this mission NVIT will contribute the following outcomes (subject to available resources). A comprehensive range of courses and programs relevant to Aboriginal communities, including the broad areas of: Adult basic education Vocational/trades/apprenticeship Career/technical Academic/university transfer

University of California Berkeley

The Department of Ethnic Studies (ES) encourages the comparative study of racialization in the Americas, with a focus on the histories, literatures, and politics of Asian Americans, Chicanos/Latinos, Native American Indians, and African Americans. ES seeks to situate these core groups within national and transnational contexts, and to understand how racial and ethnic formation articulate

Palomar College

Palomar College American Indian Studies offers courses that cover Native American cultures from ancient times until the present. Our academic approach is holistic and multi-disciplinary. This includes archaeology, history, humanities, ethnology, sociology, and political science. Each of these in their applied perspectives contribute to knowledge relevant to cultural and political influence of American Indian people

Humboldt State University

For more than four decades, Humboldt State has served American Indians and Tribes through a variety of programs unique within the California State University System. Humboldt State offers extensive personal support, mentoring and tutoring for Native students. In addition to programs specifically designed to support Native students, Humboldt State has specialized programs and resources that



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