Red Lake Nation News - Babaamaajimowinan (Telling of news in different places)

She asked for $32K to help White Earth elders keep the lights on. Their answer was three times greater.

 


White Earth Housing tenants will receive several hundred dollars in credit toward their electric bills, thanks to a $100,000 emergency grant from the Minnesota Council on Foundations, in partnership with the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation.

“I’m stoked -- I’m really happy about it,” said Tribal Housing Director Dennis Jackson. “They can get some relief in these troubled times.”

https://www.dl-online.com/news/government-and-politics/6473757-She-asked-for-32K-to-help-White-Earth-elders-keep-the-lights-on.-Their-answer-was-three-times-greater.

 

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