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Join Native News Online Publisher Levi Rickert on this week's Native Bidaske as he interviews Emily R. White Hat, J.D., Nape Waste Win (Good Hand Woman)from the American Indian College Fund.

White Hat is a Sicangu Lakota, Aske Gluwipi Tiospaye from St. Francis, South Dakota. She is the Vice President of Programs at the American Indian College Fund where she implements place-based programming to strengthen educational opportunities for Native students at tribal colleges and universities. 

Native Americans face the largest disparities in access to education, with 15.4% of Natives holding a bachelor's degree, half the rate of the general population.

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The American Indian College Fund has deployed $13.1 million in scholarships to 153,800 Native American college students. 

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