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Articles from the September 13, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Tribal Council Regular Meeting Agenda

Red Lake Tribal Council Regular Meeting Agenda Tuesday, September 13, 2011 - 9 AM...

 
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Embodiment Education Workshop

Sunday, September 18th, 3:00pm Pangea World Theater, 711 W. Lake St. (inside Calhoun Bldg.) Participants will learn different physical and mental exercises that teach us to live in harmony with ourselves, others and nature. They will experience their bodies in a simple and natural way, and discover their ability to express emotions in a positive way to move toward small and...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P21...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P22...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P23...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P24...

 

(Leech Lake) Bemidji Local Indian Council Thank You

The (Leech Lake) Bemidji Local Indian Council would like to say CHII-MIIGWECH to the following businesses, organizations and individuals for contributing to our 2nd Annual Picnic held August 18, 2011, at the Bemidji Lakefront Pavilion: Leech Lake RTC Leech Lake Gaming Leech Lake Child Welfare Che We Mini Mart Palace Casino...

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue

In August 2011 an artist hired young painters to transform a blank wall near Minneapolis' Franklin Avenue LRT station into a colorful mural....

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P2

In August 2011 an artist hired young painters to transform a blank wall near Minneapolis' Franklin Avenue LRT station into a colorful mural....

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P3

In August 2011 an artist hired young painters to transform a blank wall near Minneapolis' Franklin Avenue LRT station into a colorful mural....

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P4

In August 2011 an artist hired young painters to transform a blank wall near Minneapolis' Franklin Avenue LRT station into a colorful mural....

 

Auginash tends wild rice during parching process

Darrell Auginash uses an old cedar canoe paddle to stir wild rice during the parching process Monday afternoon. A 40-year veteran of harvesting river and lake wild rice, he hopes to get about 200 pounds of finished product....

 

UMM named top institution in support of American Indian students

Winds of Change has named the University of Minnesota, Morris as one of the top 200 institutions in the nation in support of American Indian students. Published quarterly by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), Winds of Change is the leading nationally distributed magazine published with a single-minded focus on career and educational advancement for...

 

President Obama Speaks to State, Local, Tribal Officials on American Jobs Act

On Friday, after traveling to the University of Richmond to discuss the American Jobs Act, President Obama hosted a conference call for over 1,100 state, local and tribal officials to explain how the plan would put people back to work in communities across the country....

 

OU research suggests greater risk of heart disease among American Indians

OU Health Sciences Center researchers have found American Indian young adults have reduced elasticity in their arteries, which is a sign of heart disease typically found in older people....

 

Allottee decries challenges to Cobell

Four people or entities have announced they will appeal the long-awaited $3.4 billion settlement of Cobell v. Salazar, prompting head-shaking from a group representing Navajo allottees....

 

Walk4Justice: 720 Native Women Murdered and Missing

TORONTO – When they walked out of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside on June 21, Gladys Radek and Bernie Williams prepared themselves for raw memories and painful moments on their fourth Walk4Justice across Canada....

 

Navajo Supreme Court reverses decision in clergy sex abuse case

The Navajo Nation Supreme Court issued a decision last week in a case in which a Navajo member filed a personal injury action against a Catholic priest and diocese alleging that the priest had sexually abused him 20 ago when he was a teenager....

 

Ms Canada’s National “Native” Outfit in the Ms Universe Contest

Another unfortunate use of Native imagery in a competition. Based on the series of pictures taken, it appears like she is posing with stereotypical crossed arms. The “national costume” portion of the this contest seems to bring out the worst in appropriation. The way some of the women avoided that problem provides an interesting contrast to Ms Canada. Brought to our...

 

From Gang Member to Success Story

As the baby of the family, Ahna always knew she was going to follow in the footsteps of her brothers and cousins and join the “family.” Ahna says there was no option but to join because she needed protection from rival gangs. So at the age of 9, during the years of her childhood that should have been filled with bedtime stories and piggy-back rides, she was exposed to a...

 

Gangs Are an Epidemic in Indian Country—But They Can Be Stopped

Call him D. When D was 7 years old, he says he was taught the correct way to “cook crack and bag up weed.” By the time he was 9, he was initiated into the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation (ALKQN), an American Indian gang on the Lac Courte Oreilles Reservation (LCOR) in Wisconsin. D says he wanted to follow in the footsteps of some of his family members, including...

 

All Warm Springs Wildfires in Mop-Up Phase

WARM SPRINGS, Ore. -- Fire managers announced Monday that all seven named fires in the High Cascades Complex are now in mop-up stages after several weeks of fire that blackened more than 108,000 acres on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation....

 

Gallup builds 'world's largest Navajo taco'

GALLUP, N.M. (AP) -- Residents in Gallup have set what is being billed as the record for the world's largest Navajo taco, using 150 pieces of fry bread and, of course, more than 30 pounds of green chile....

 

Jobs Act said to support 18,400 Minnesota jobs

WASHINGTON - The Obama administration estimates that the president's proposed American Jobs Act would support as many as 18,400 jobs in Minnesota and help some of the state's 71,000 long-term unemployed get back to work....

 

Teach discipline in schools (emphasis on 'teach')

Recent news stories about the insensitivities of schoolchildren to other students have exposed, once again, the historic fallacy of school discipline programs -- the failure to make discipline part of the curriculum....

 

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