American Indian Higher Education Consortium

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American Indian Higher Education Consortium
American Indian Higher Education Consortium is listed in the Associations category in Alexandria, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Indian Higher Education Consortium which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Indian Higher Education Consortium on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

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121 Oronoco St
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 838-0400
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American Indian Higher Education Consortium shared Tribal College Journal's post.
Dr. Bradley Shreve, TCJ's Editor, shares his experiences at #StandingRock through a photographic essay. "..the arrest and incarceration of two highly regarded leaders and educators sent shockwaves throughout the tribal college community.... A few days later, I was barreling north over the highways of the western Plains heading towards the Great Sioux Nation."
In November, TCJ travelled to Standing Rock in a show of solidarity. This photographic essay offers a snapshot in time and analysis on what made the movement so successful.

American Indian Higher Education Consortium shared Tribal College Journal's post.
Help support journalism in Indian country on #GivingTuesday! Your support is needed now more than ever to help TCJ continue to share information and news important to the future of tribal nations.
Make a tax-deductible gift and help Tribal College Journal continue to share the work of the tribal colleges.

American Indian Higher Education Consortium shared Tribal College Journal's photo.
AIHEC is proud to raise our flag in support of Standing Rock.
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium raises its flag at Standing Rock to show support.

American Indian Higher Education Consortium shared Deirdre Shelly's event.
Join AIHEC today--Stop Dakota Access: DC Solidarity Action #NoDAPL
**From 3:00-4:30 PM today, there will be a peaceful sit-in at the Army Corps Headquarters. If you are participating in the sit-in, please meet on the east steps of the Portrait Gallery at 3:00 PM. Address is 600 7th St NW. The Solidarity Action (this event page) will begin at 4:30. Meet at 441 G St NW, at the Army Corps Headquarters. See the pinned post in this page for maps and links!** One week after the election, people across the country will hold actions in solidarity with Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline. We are calling on President Obama’s Army Corps of Engineers and the incoming administration to stop this dirty oil pipeline once and for all. For months, Indigenous activists have set up prayer camps along the pipeline route in a historic feat of nonviolent resistance. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen these peaceful protectors brutally attacked by militarized law enforcement as they defend their land and water. But the fight against this pipeline is far from over. The movement to stop Dakota Access is one of the most courageous stands against a fossil fuel project our country has ever seen, and it’s time for all of us to stand in solidarity with Indigenous communities on the ground. Join us for a rally and march! We will be joined by: -Ladonna Allard, Sacred Stone Camp -Eryn Wise, International Indigenous Youth Council -Judith LeBlanc, Native Organizers Alliance -Deborah Parker, Our Revolution -Larry Cohen, Labor Leader -Rep. Jared Huffman, (D-CA) -Ben Jealous, Civil Rights Leader -Jane Kleeb, Bold Alliance -Bill McKibben, 350.org -Reverend Lennox Yearwood, Hip Hop Caucus -James Zogby, Arab American Institute This action is being planned by: Indigenous Environmental Network, Honor the Earth, International Indigenous Youth Council, 350.org, CREDO Mobile, Bold Alliance, Hip Hop Caucus, Greenpeace USA, and many more. Sign up here to receive action updates: http://bit.ly/2fnSnRN. Sign up to volunteer for this action here: https://goo.gl/forms/s1y8dG5tZVMV8Nxt2. Before this action, there will be a peaceful sit-in at the US Army Corps office. For more information on the sit-in, you can check this page: http://bit.ly/2fK81Xb.
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American Indian Higher Education Consortium shared EPA American Indian Environmental Office's photo.
Tribal ecoAmbassadors, Dr. Daniel Wildcat (HINU) and Dr. Andrew Kozich (KBOCC), and student Michael Garcia (HINU) traveled to Washington D.C. to discuss their respective research projects and how TCUs are responding to environmental concerns within their community. Thank you for your work Tribal ecoAmbassadors and thank you to our EPA partners.
Big thanks to all who joined in yesterday! We had some delightful presentations followed by very insightful discussions about how to continue engaging tribal students and institutions through science based research. (L-R: Andrew Kozich, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, Daniel Wildcat, Haskell Indian Nations University; Rosalva Tapia, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Michael Garcia, Haskell U., JoAnn Chase, EPA, and Erica Newland, American Indian Higher Education Consortium)