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First-Ever Secretary's Tribal Advisory Committee Convenes

WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior’s first-ever Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee (STAC) held its kick-off meeting this week. Secretary Deb Haaland announced that President Whitney Gravelle (Bay Mills Indian Community) and Chairwoman Erica Pinto (Jamul Indian Village) will serve as the new Chair and Vice Chair of the STAC, respectively. The STAC, which was...

 

Red Lake DNR - Fall 2022 Newsletter

Red Lake DNR - Fall 2022 Newsletter https://www.redlakednr.org/wp-content/uploads/37330-Red-Lake-DNR-Newsletter_Fall-2022.pdf...

 

Ojibwe harvest sacred, climate-imperiled wild rice

ON LEECH LAKE, Minnesota — Seated low in her canoe sliding through a rice bed on this vast lake, Kendra Haugen used one wooden stick to bend the stalks and another to knock the rice off, so gently the stalks sprung right back up. On a mid-September morning, no breeze ruffled the eagle feather gifted by her grandmother that Haugen wore on a baseball cap as she tried her hand...

 

Interior Museum purchases Straughn's 'Night Run'

WASHINGTON – A second "spirit" painting by renowned artist Lance Straughn has been purchased by the U.S. Department of Interior Museum. The museum purchased "Night Run," a painting blending realism and expressionism. It depicts buffalo galloping down a prairie landscape after nightfall. It accompanies another "spirit"...

 

Seven healthy lifestyle habits linked to lower risk of dementia in people with diabetes

A combination of seven healthy lifestyle habits including sleeping seven to nine hours daily, exercising regularly and having frequent social contact was associated with a lower risk of dementia in people with type 2 diabetes, according to a study published in the September 14, 2022, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. For the...

 

Tamee Livermont named 2022 Udall Native American Graduate fellow

DULUTH (09/12/2022) - Tamee Livermont, MPH, has been named a recipient of the 2022 Morris K. Udall and John S. McCain III Native American Graduate Fellowship in Tribal Policy. Livermont is a citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation and pursuing her M.D. at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus with the Class of...

 

Remembering Marcia Gentry

It is with great sadness that we inform you that our friend and colleague, Dr. Marcia Gentry, passed away on August 31, 2022. Professor Gentry was a giant in the field of gifted, creative, and talented education. Prior to her entry into higher education, she spent 12 years in K-12 settings as a teacher and administrator. These...

 

Introducing Zyler - Smart & Realistic Virtual Clothing Try-On

September 7, 2022 - London, UK - Anthropics Technology presents Zyler - AI-powered virtual fitting technology for shoppers and retailers that allows customers to try on hundreds of outfits quickly and easily on a smartphone, desktop or in store. A selfie and a few measurements are all that is needed. Simple and fun, Zyler transf...

 

What's it like to be Amish? Minnesota man answers all on TikTok

Eddie Swartzentruber is not just ex-Amish. He's #exAmish. Since this past spring, Swartzentruber has turned the camera on himself every few days to answer questions he receives on TikTok about growing up in an Amish community south of Rochester. Because his short, straightforward videos give a window into a life few Americans...

 

Two more will attend St. John's Prep School

Two eighth graders from St. Mary's will soon embark on an educational experience in which each will learn to listen with the ear of her heart. Karma and Madyson, both from Red Lake, have been accepted at St. John's Preparatory School, Collegeville, where they will live and study in a Benedictine high school community alongside...

 

Western Governors University Announces Back to School Scholarships for Adults Returning to School this Fall

Redby, Minn. – (Aug. 30, 2022) With back-to-school season in full swing, Western Governors University (WGU) has announced it will award scholarships to new students who want to make earning a college degree a reality. The Back to School Scholarships are valued at up to $2,500 each and will be available for those pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in any of the unive...

 

Women breaking barriers

Sheri Foster Blake shares some special moments over her career working in Hollywood. She is an actress with a long list of credits to her name, including the funny series, "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" on Netflix — and TNT's “Crazy Horse,” where she starred opposite of Michael Greyeyes. Pyet DeSpain won “Next Level Chef” –the cooking competition from...

 

The IAIA Making History Event Raises Over $834,000 for Student Scholarships

On the evening of August 17, supporters and friends of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) came together for an important fundraising event and auction at La Fonda on the Plaza in Santa Fe. This extraordinary event raised vital funds for student scholarships while celebrating IAIA's sixtieth anniversary and the...

 

Entourage Events Group Gets to Work to Transform Minneapolis' Historic Grain Belt Building

MINNEAPOLIS, MN ( August 10, 2022) – Entourage Events Group announced today it has commenced construction on an event center, The 1893; at the Historic Grain Belt Offices, located at 1215 Marshall Street in Minneapolis. When complete, the 129-year-old building will be transformed into a top-notch event facility featuring the latest in hospitality amenities over multiple...

 

Bemidji State University Alumni & Foundation Announces 2022-23 Distinguished Alumni

The Bemidji State University Alumni & Foundation announced five distinguished Bemidji State University alumni for the 2022-2023 academic year—four new Outstanding Alumni honorees and one inductee into BSU's Professional Education Hall of Fame. The following honorees will be officially recognized for their personal and professional accomplishments during the university's...

 

What's happening at Eco Experience 2022?

Eco Experience is the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s premier outreach opportunity, filled with hands-on activities, demonstrations and resources, during the 12 days of the Minnesota State Fair. Learn from experts about what you can do to help improve our air, land, water, and climate. Air The MPCA’s “Green Garage” will display environmentally friendly choices for...

 

Trauma resilience key to advocacy

How Advocates Help In the field of domestic and sexual violence, an advocate's work bridges the gap between a victim-survivor and service providers. They help their contacts recognize abuse, assess the risk of danger and to plan for safety. They offer peer support, crisis intervention and assistance locating resources....

 

Life Expectancy Drops During COVID-19 Amongst 'Native American' Population

A study published on July 27, 2022 by researchers Noreen Goldman and Theresa Andrasfay shows a decline in life expectancy for Native American people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Goldman and Andrasfay write that based on their research of two separated data collections, there is an estimated loss in life expectancy, at birth, for Native American people. Their work was...

 

How Indian Boarding Schools have Impacted Generations | Part Two: First Generation Descendants

This is the second in a three part series following intergenerational impacts the United States' nearly 200 year policy of Indian boarding schools had, and continues to have, on some tribal members on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota today. This story was produced as a project for the USC Annenberg Center for...

 

New TakeCharge Documentary Challenges Idea That America is Systemically Racist

To see the movie or to access clips, please visit iamavictor.com/mediasite MINNEAPOLIS, MN (July 27,2022) - While some continue to suggest “America’s systemic racism” has limited the chance of black success, a new documentary today is challenging this and the idea that black Americans are victims. “I Am A Victor” features stories of black Americans finding their own...

 

BRINGING ANASTASIA HOME

The sites of former boarding schools for American Indian​ and Alaska Native youth contain the graves of thousands of Indigenous children. This is the story of bringing just one of those children home. Descending from the sky, the remote village of Old Harbor, Alaska, appears in vivid color, dwarfed between a screaming-green...

 

PBS Announces Production for Season 2 of NATIVE AMERICA to Premiere in 2023

ARLINGTON, VA; July 27, 2022 – PBS today announced the production for season 2 of NATIVE AMERICA, with four new hour-long episodes slated to premiere in 2023. Building on the foundation of the acclaimed original series, which premiered in 2018 and tied the history of some of the world’s greatest civilizations to thriving communities today, Season 2 presents stories of...

 

Red Lake High School Prom of Saturday, April 30, 2022 - P58

Red Lake High School Prom of Saturday, April 30, 2022...

 

Red Lake High School Prom of Saturday, April 30, 2022 - P57

Red Lake High School Prom of Saturday, April 30, 2022...

 

Red Lake High School Prom of Saturday, April 30, 2022 - P56

Red Lake High School Prom of Saturday, April 30, 2022...

 

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