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American Indian Website Links

At American Indian Magnet, we are here to support our students, families, and the community.  The links below are listed alphabetically and are an attempt to help you find local and national services quickly and easily.

Ain Dah Yung Center   Ain Dah Yung Center’s mission is to strengthen American Indian youth and families

American Indian Chamber of Commerce   "Driving American Indian Business Success"

American Indian Family Center

American Indian College Fund

American Indian Library Association

American Indian Radio on Satelite

American Indian Resource Directory

American Indian Science and Engineering Society   

American Indian Studies at the U of M  

American Indians by WWW Virtual Library   Index of Native American Resources on the Internet

Canku Ota - Many Paths   Online newsletter and site featuring young Native students writing, music, games and other links.

The Circle Newspaper   Local American Indian newspaper.

Cradleboard Teaching Project   Education and Social Studies for Kids

Famous Native American Women  

First Nations Seeker  

George Lucas Educational Fundation   The First Peoples' Project enables native children around the world to exchange lore and learning online

Indian Country News   Website dedicated to Indian news from all over the country. Includes articles, interviews, powwow info, and lots more.

Indian Country Television   Live and video taped American Indian television out of LCO

Indian Education Program/Saint Paul   Part of Saint Paul Public Schools

Indian Education-National

Indian Health Board (Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Indian Youth Enrichment Program 

Indianz.Com   quality news, information, and entertainment from a Native American perspective.

Institute of American Indian Arts  

KILI Radio   Radio from the Pine Ridge Reservation on South Dakota

Lakota Language Consortium (Language resource) 

Learn Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe language resource)

Migizi Communications (Advances a message of success, well-being, and justice for the American Indian community)

Minneapolis American Indian Center  

Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center  

The National Indian Youth Leadership Project   Empowering Native Youth Through Experiential Education

National Museum of the Native American  

Native American Indian Resources   Stories, Indian authors and their bios, cartoons, etc.

Native American Lore   Traditional stories from many tribes and nations

Native American Public Telecommunications  

Native American Sacred Text Archive - Religions  

Native American Stories   Circle of Stories uses documentary film, photography, artwork and music to honor and explore Native American storytelling.

Native American Commumity Clinic

Native American Technology and Art  

Native Americans by Education World   Links to activities and other Native American websites

Native Languages of the Americas Online Resources  

Native Pride Clothing   Online "Native Pride" clothing that can be found at many powwows

Native Tech  

Native Village   Website was created for youth, educators, families, and friends who wish to celebrate the rich, diverse cultures of The Americas' First Peoples. Each week we offer readers a current events publication.

Native Voices Traditional and contemporary books written by Native American authors.

Native Words/Native Warriors   Site dedicated to the American Indian Code Talkers of WWII

Reznet   A new online newspaper, will pay American Indian students to write for their school newspaper – even if their colleges don’t have one.

Thundercloud Radio  Internet radio station playing Native American Hip-Hop, Native Regegae,Native Rap Native Soul, and Native R&B.  Featuring tracks from Hawaii to Greenland.

United National Indian Tribal Youth Inc.'s (UNITY) Newsletter   Describes Youth Council activities and news.

The Wakanheza Project  The Wakanheza Project helps individuals learn how to effectively respond to everyday, stressful situations between people and how to prevent the situations from happening in the first place.

Women of Nations  

The Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways   The Ziibiwing Center was created to enlighten and educate all communities in the rich culture, heritage, and history of the Anishinabek people of the Great Lakes. Featuring the Diba Jimooyung: Telling Our Story permanent exhibit, changing exhibits, lectures, and educational workshops, the Ziibiwing Center provides learning opportunities for all ages.