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American Indian Learning Resources Center (AILRC)  [4]

Persistent link to this collection: https://hdl.handle.net/11299/183664

The American Indian Learning Resource Center (AILRC) exists to enrich the cultural, academic, supportive, and social environment of the UMD campus. Our mission is to increase the recruitment and retention of American Indian and Alaskan Native students, while promoting a more culturally diverse campus environment. Working in conjunction with UMD staff, the AILRC provides supportive services to empower and aid in the success of our students and to enhance their educational experience.


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Self Determination

Unknown author (1979)

Your Guide to Understanding and Enjoying Pow Wows

McCluskey, Murton (1995)
A collection of information intended to help the reader better understand and enjoy the events and activities which occur at many of the plains area pow wows and celebrations. Because the customs, rules and regulations may ...

The Anishinabe: A Unit on the History of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Ojibway Indians

Oxley, Shelley (American Indian Language and Culture Education Board, Madison, Wisconsin, 1981)
This curriculum unit was developed through a grant from the Title IV-C Elementary and Secondary Education Act and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (1979-82), with assistance from The Great Lakes Inter-Tribal ...