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PUBLIC AREA CLEANING - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN

** EXTERNAL POSITION OPENING** PUBLIC AREA CLEANING RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: July 26, 2019 CLOSES: August 9, 2019 SCOPE OF POSITION Under the general supervision of the Public Area Supervisor...

 

Judge Dismisses Kentucky Teen's Lawsuit From Viral Encounter

A federal judge has thrown out a Kentucky teen's lawsuit accusing the Washington Post of falsely labeling him a racist following an encounter with a Native American man at the Lincoln Memorial. Nicholas Sandmann, a student at Covington Catholic High School, sued the newspaper for $250 million in February, alleging...

 

Man sentenced, ordered to pay restitution for defrauding IRS

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) - A man who defrauded the IRS and targeted people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation has been sentenced to 6 ½ years in prison. Manaen Dean Matthews was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to wire fraud, conspiracy to defraud the government and making a false claim, court records show....

 

Trump's immigration policy is caging indigenous children. This is the America Native people know.

Donald Trump and his nasty administration are anything but unique. In fact, whether they know it or not, they are repeating U.S. history in more ways than one. Here, in McAllen, Texas, indigenous people fleeing violence and seeking asylum are, right now, locked in chain-link cages and lying on concrete floors, where...

 

Rarely seen Thomas Moran, Native American art to be displayed thanks to $890,000 grant to Gilcrease

Two rarely seen collections at Gilcrease Museum may soon yield all their secrets, thanks to a $890,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation. The grant, from the foundation's American Art Program, will help Gilcrease Museum in researching, conserving and digitizing two...

 

'If I die tonight, I'll be dying happy': Gila River Indian Community celebrates first new school on reservation in a century

Saturday morning was emotional for LaVerne Jackson, who had tears in her eyes as she walked along a newly paved sidewalk toward a brand new school on the Gila River Indian Reservation. On her walk, she passed bus stops and crossed a bridge - things that she said are...

 

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