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Making a difference in Indian Country

 


IndiJ Public Media President Karen Lincoln-Michel joins us to talk about the legacy of Indian Country Today and it's future. And joining us for another pandemic perspective is doctor Mary Owen. Plus Oglala Lakota College turns 50! Telling us the difference this has made for the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota is its President Thomas Shortbull. Also Native journalist Natasha Brennan has more about the Rincon band's economic development in southern California.

A slice of our Indigenous world

The U.S. Justice Department is finalizing its first plan to address the issue of missing and murdered Native people in Montana.

Blood tribal citizens are still without electricity after a 15 thousand acre grassfire forced them to evacuate.

The digital news website She the People dot org, is celebrating women by looking to the future.

Colorado lawmakers are considering a proposal that would ban Native American mascots in public schools and colleges.

The digital news website She the People dot org, is celebrating women by looking to the future.

Montana State University in Bozeman, is receiving national recognition for its American Indigenous Business Leaders chapter.

Find more details on these stories at the top of today's newscast.

https://indiancountrytoday.com/newscasts/karen-lincoln-michel-04-02-2021

 

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