Abbi Fitzpatrick Named Inaugural CNAY-Brown Scholar

A member of the Blackfeet Tribe (Amskapii Piikani) in Montana, Abbi Fitzpatrick grew up in a reservation border town near the “backbone of the world,” Glacier National Park. The seventeen-year-old dynamo is entering her senior year this fall at Cut Bank High School and dreams of someday attending an Ivy League university. She is both a driven student and an inspiring leader in her community, which led her to be awarded the inaugural CNAY-Brown Summer Program Scholarship
 

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IT'S COMPLICATED: Intersections Between Substance Use & Domestic Violence

Registration is open for the Indigenous Women's Justice Institute and Brenda Hill Consulting for a workshop in Rapid City, SD from March 14-15. 

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CNAY Scholar Maria Walker Spends Summer at Columbia University

The Center for Native American partnered with Columbia University to offer a full tuition scholarship for one Native student to attend the Columbia Summer Program. The program enables students to choose a field of study and explore the topic in-depth for six weeks on campus.
 

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