Category Archives: News

NYTs: “Fed Up With Deaths, Native Americans Want to Run Their Own Health Care”

Here.

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HCN: “The U.S. stole generations of Indigenous children to open the West”

Here, by Nick Estes.

Posted in Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Education, legal history, News | Tagged

Sen. Heitkamp speaks at U. South Dakota on MMIW

Here.

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Big Island Video News: “Prosecutor Goes Before Ethics Board On Alleged Mauna Kea Conflict”

Here.

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Inforum: “Swedish activist Greta Thunberg brings climate message to Standing Rock Sioux Nation”

Here.

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D.C. Council to Consider Indigenous Peoples’ Day

From David Grosso, D.C. Council Member: For Immediate Release October 7, 2019 Contact Matthew Nocella, 202.724.8105 mnocella@dccouncil.us   It’s time to honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day in D.C. Washington, D.C. –  The following is a statement from Councilmember David Grosso ahead … Continue reading

Posted in Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher, cultural resources, News | Tagged

Minnesota Launches MMIW Task Force

Here Advocates and public health researchers say a lack of data as well as shortfalls in law enforcement’s handling and prosecution of such cases have hindered efforts to address the issue. The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force is … Continue reading

Posted in Author: Kate E. Fort, News, Research

News Profile of GTB/Enviro Groups’ Appeal against Nestlé

Here is “Legal gears on Nestle water cases grind slowly in Michigan” from MLive.

Posted in Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Environmental, Michigan Indian, News, treaty rights | Tagged , , ,

ICT: “Boy Scouts ‘have been one of the worst culprits’ of cultural appropriation”

Here.

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Interview of Black Belt Eagle Scout on NPR

Musician Katherine Paul, who grew up on the Swinomish reservation, identifies as queer and indigenous.  An interview of her was aired on NPR yesterday.

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