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This file contains information about The Native American Studies (NAS) program at UNM in its early beginnings, progress, and establishment as a leading intervention and retaining program to support Native American students in the state of New Mexico. Among the documents included in this file are copies of grants such as the Assuring equal access to Native Americans in New Mexico NTI/TIIAP Grant, a Progress report for the academic intervention and retention at NAS, UNM for the year 1993, Librarians working with Native American Communities, Proposal for funding Native American Libraries in New Mexico, library legislation, budget, 1996 World Indigenous Peoples Conference, the Native American Studies (NAS) Newsline March 1994, 85, 96, 97, The NAS Pathway Fall 1998, NAS Curriculum Change proposal, resolution, Native American Music and performance Arts Symposium, The Navajo Language Immersion Camp, Native American Education coordination with APS programs, Native American education conversations series at UNM, Business Link Newsletter of Technical Assistance Office at UNM, 1999, NASINFO@unm.edu Newsletter 2000, copies of legislative resolutions, correspondence between NAS and LaDonna Harris, and some copies of NAS monthly newsletter.
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Native American Studies
Introduction, NAS registration form, courses, NAS reports, Native American Libraries proposal, Native American Community events, NAS newsletter
Native American Studies at UNM and Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO). "The Native American Studies – University of New Mexico 1994-2000." (2000). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/lhnac/116