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What the parties are promising this election about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

CBC ABORIGINAL NEWS - October 15, 2019 - 4:00am
MMIWG Inquiry 20190603

Little time has been spent on the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls so far in the federal election campaign, sparking skepticism from families that changes called for in the national inquiry's final report will be a priority for the next government.

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“Stumptown” Actress Tantoo Cardinal Pens Message for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

NATIVE KNOT - October 15, 2019 - 1:00am

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY 2019


HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Native actress, Tantoo Cardinal (Métis), from ABC’s top new show, Stumptown,” has an Indigenous People’s Day message:


“Happy Indigenous Peoples Day everyone. Remember where you came from. That is the message of today.


Have you talked to your Mother today?  Have you ever listened to her? She is more than a sunset and she is more than maternal.


We are the First Nations of the Americas. With over 600 Native Nations in North America, We are on the rise. Witness Native women in national leadership. While women have always been the leaders in our communities….we are connected to the Fire of our Mother (the Cree word for Fire is Iskotew – made up of two words – Iskwew [woman] Miteh [heart]).


The stories of Creation go on to tell about the fire at the core of Mother Earth. Indigenous World has never left those foundational truths…the great value of being shut out of “The American Dream”.


Today is our reminder to rekindle our relationship with Mother Earth.  Our world. The Indigenous People know She is sustenance. She is breath. She knows joy and disappointment.  She is not based on economy or status.  She is based on balance, humility, joy, love, nurturance, equality… and it is where the power is. Earth.


It is about time we take our breath back.  Today, on Indigenous Peoples Day, remember those who were here on this Land before the ships of merchandise, disrespect, and stuff landed.  And, remember Mother Earth. Her spirit is what will balance us, and Her spirit is necessary for all of us. If we are one with Her, we are in grace.


Remember your Mother today. Celebrate Indigenous Peoples today and every day.”


Tantoo Cardinal


Tantoo Cardinal is an award-winning actress of Métis/First Nations descent who can be seen on the ABC Television Network series Stumptown playing Sue Lynn Blackbird. A Canadian native, she has appeared in over 120 film and television projects over the course of her 48-year career. She has won the Earle Grey Award (a lifetime achievement award by the Canadian Screen Awards), is a Member of the Order of Canada and is a CBC/Playback Hall of Fame inductee.

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Tribal Canoes Journey to Alcatraz Island for 50th Anniversary of Alcatraz Occupation

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 15, 2019 - 12:02am

Published October 15, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO — Indigenous groups from “as far North as British Columbia and as far West as Hawaii” came to San Francisco to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Alcatraz Occupation.

Those who took canoes arrived before daybreak at San Francisco’s Aquatic Park beach  to make their journey in to the San Francisco Bay to Alcatraz Island where thousands of other indigenous peoples gathered to celebrate another Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The event was called 2019 Alcatraz Canoe Journey.

“We survived a genocide and we are still right here. This is where we came from. My mother and grandmother were here their entire lives,” Ruth Orta (Ohlone Tribe) said in a statement to welcome the canoe participants. “The people of the world—they need to know we are here. I am so honored to welcome these canoes from far and wide.”

From November 1969 to July 1971, a group of American Indians took over and occupied Alcatraz Island led by Mohawk, Richard Oakes; Grace Thorpe, Sac and Fox, who was the daughter of Olympic great, Jim Thorpe and Tuscarora medicine man, Mad Bear Anderson. The group was called the Alcatraz Red Power Movement and was also known as the “Indians of All Tribes.”

“Canoe Journey is Indian Country’s fastest growing tradition,” said Eloy Martinez, an activist who was an early participant in the 1969 Occupation and one of the organizers of this year’s event. “We expect hand-carved dugout canoes, tule canoes—all kinds of traditional canoes. The canoes will leave from Aquatic Park, navigate the often-dangerous water around Alcatraz, and return to shore for a day full of songs, stories and dances by participating canoe families and other Native communities.”

Phtographer Christopher Burquez captured the beauty of the tribal canoes in the following photographs:

Native News Online photographs by Christopher Burquez.

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Mark Charles: “You cannot discover lands already inhabited”

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 15, 2019 - 12:02am

 

Published October 15, 2019

WASHINGTON — The first sentence of Mark Charles book, “Unsettling Truths – The Ongoing Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery,” reads: “You cannot discover lands already inhabited.”

The first chapter of “Unsettling Truths” was released online by InterVarsity Press on Monday on Columbus Day, the national holiday or Indigenous Peoples’ Day, which is preferred by Native Americans across Indian Country.

Charles, a tribal citizen of the Navajo Nation, announced on May 30, 2019 he is running for president of the United States in 2020.

Charles is one of the country’s leading experts on the Doctrine of Discovery.

“Unsettling Truths – The Ongoing Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery” will be released in November.

RELATED: Navajo Mark Charles Announces He is Running for President in 2020; Wants “We the People” to Mean “All the People”

Mark Charles

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Wisconsin Tribes Collaborate on Business Initiative 

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 15, 2019 - 12:00am

Bringing tribes together to create benefits that translate into more profits.

 

Published October 15, 2019

Wisconsin tribes launch a new business initiative to increase profitability on the enterprise level, as well as engage in strong inter-tribal commerce solutions. 

HAYWARD, Wis. — Five Wisconsin tribes today announced the launch of the Tribal Business League, a new tribally-led non-profit buying club. The Tribal Business League, the first and only tribally-led non-profit buying club in the United States and offers a new way for tribes to engage in inter-tribal commerce while reaping the benefits of a buying club.  A buying club affords each tribe volume discounts on pricing of goods and services as well as exclusive product lines only offered to large groups.   

Companies brought products to launch party for tribal buyers to see.

Added benefits include monthly meetings to discuss common challenges and hurdles experienced by tribal business leaders.  

Wisconsin Tribes 

The Wisconsin tribes participating as members of the Tribal Business League include; Lac du Flambeau, Lac Courte Oreilles, Bad River, Red Cliff and St. Croix.  The five (5) tribes have worked diligently to ensure vendors were properly vetted and procurement procedures were followed to solidify the best possible partnership for the members of the Tribal Business League  

“This has been long overdue for the tribes to engage in collaborations, nearly 25 years of previous attempts, and we’re proud to announce publicly we have officially launched this initiative to benefit all tribes involved.” says Curtis DeCora, Founder of the Tribal Business League “If we can work collectively on ensuring our enterprises are profitable, efficient and positively contributing to the tribal economy, there is no limit to what we can tackle next.” 

Goals and Objectives of Tribal Business League 

The primary goal is to help all member tribes reap the benefits of a buying club style organization, which filters into enterprise goods and services including; fuel, tobacco, cigarettes, snacks, sodas, and light grocery, to name a few.  Historically tribal enterprises operate on razor thin margins while employing tribal members to operate these for-profit enterprises.  The Tribal Business League allows all member tribes to immediately increase their profitability without any investment, warehousing, or storage of bulk goods.  Each tribe operates as it did prior to joining the Tribal Business League.   

The Launch Party 

The Tribal Business League launch party took place in Danbury, Wisconsin at the St. Croix Casino Danbury which included a mini trade show and expo with twelve vendors present, displaying goods and services, providing taste testing and demonstrations.  In attendance  tribal business leaders and tribal enterprise executives from each of the five participating tribes, dozens of eager community members, and other tribes interested in joining the tribal business league.  The launch party was sponsored by Midwest Food and Tobacco Group out of Slinger, Wisconsin.  Midwest Food and Tobacco Group is the first partner of the Tribal Business League dedicated to delivery quality customer care, proven unmatched pricing along with exclusive product lines and private label capabilities.  

Features and benefits of the Tribal Business League include: 

  • Lowest possible pricing on all goods and services 
  • Tribal consulting team negotiating on behalf of all member tribes 
  • Monthly meetings to tackle the largest challenges and hurdles in our enterprises 

The Tribal Business League will be in operation of as October 9th, 2019, and improved pricing takes effect immediately with all participating retail locations. . For more information on the Tribal Business League, visit www.Buy-Native.us.  

“Buy Native” Initiative  

The Tribal Business League is the driving force behind the Buy Native initiative, and will strive to produce a strong Buy Native campaign in their respective geographic locations to enhance the well-being of the local economies and increase profitability to the tribal enterprises and tribal business.  

 

 

 

 

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Navajo Gaming Presents $5 Million to Navajo Nation

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 15, 2019 - 12:00am

Published October 15, 2019

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (Navajo Gaming), through a formal presentation at the start of the 24th Navajo Nation summer legislature session, gave a check for $5 million to the Navajo Nation for their annual payment to the NN Gaming Distribution Fund. This is the sixth disbursement Navajo Gaming has made to this fund since 2012. With this recent payment, Navajo Gaming has given $23.3 million to the NN Gaming Distribution Fund.

The funds are deposited into the Navajo Nation’s Gaming Distribution Fund, which is governed in accordance with 5NNC 2008 and the Federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. Distributions to the Navajo Nation are made from Navajo Gaming’s excess cash after the Enterprise has paid all operating expenses, capital maintenance & improvement costs, and debt service.

In attendance during the ceremonial check presentation were Navajo Gaming staff members (most of whom are members of the Navajo nation and serve in management roles throughout the enterprise). Navajo Gaming has served as an exemplary enterprise utilizing Navajo Preference. Navajo Gaming, in less than 10 years, has created over 7,600 direct, indirect and induced jobs with an overall economic output impact of over a billion dollars. The greatest asset of a successful company, corporation and/or business are their direct employees; Navajo Gaming has provided over 1,200 job opportunities for the Navajo people. The ability of Navajo Gaming to support the Navajo Nation through their annual Gaming Distribution Fund payments is reliant upon the enterprises’ superior staff and excellent customer service skills. The staff is the driving force of the success for this Tribal owned business.

“With the support of Navajo Nation Leadership, the Dine’ People and our Board of Directors, our Team has been able to continue to significantly increase the profitability and economic output of this enterprise while honoring and respecting the culture of Navajo. We are creating new jobs as part of our Strategic Development Plan and providing a strong rate of return to the Navajo Nation,” stated Brian Parrish, chief executive officer for Navajo Gaming.

“We as board of directors hold ourselves to the highest of standards as it relates to oversight of our billion-dollar business for our Navajo people, when they say Tone at the Top we have always encouraged our CEO and our Team to follow this lead,” said Quincy Natay, Chairman Navajo Gaming board of directors.

Just recently Navajo Gaming hired a group of 20 Navajo interns, gave them the responsibility to work with our Executive Team to project manage and oversight the Twin Arrows Travel Center. “It gives me great pride to say this group of Navajo interns now prepare for the opening of our very first travel center on the Navajo Nation. This is how much we believe in creating successful gaming business for our Navajo people,” stated Quincy Natay.

“The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise has quickly accelerated into one of the premier tribal gaming operations in the United States. It’s an open secret that Gaming’s success is due to its employees, and the Council is a strong believer in our enterprise employees and their wellbeing,” stated honorable speaker of the 24th Navajo Nation Council Seth Damon.

“Our Nation invested in the enterprise with the expectation that not only the Navajo government reap the benefits of Gaming’s success, nut our people, through the stable, solid employment would benefit as well. When our enterprises succeed, our Nation succeeds,” Damon stated.

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Steps to Take Before Growing Your Nonprofit’s Team

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 15, 2019 - 12:00am

Published October 15, 2019

Nonprofits thrive or fail on the backs of the people who work for them. Because there often isn’t a huge amount of revenue coming in, it’s important that they make the most of every hiring decision possible. After all, one great team member could help your advance your cause to new heights – and one mistaken hire might risk tanking your monthly operating budget.

We’ll walk you through some important steps to take before you decide to grow your nonprofit organization by hiring on new employees. Before you decide who’s best for your team, it’s important to consider these factors.

  1. Passion is non-negotiable. Working for a non-profit often entails long hours, difficult work, and lower salaries than comparable positions in the for-profit world. There’s a tradeoff, however: while many for-profit companies are making the world worse for their personal gain, non-profits are actively trying to make the world better. That means that, beyond the desire for money, nonprofit employees must have a passion for their work.

There’s just no substitute for an employee who truly believes in your cause. While many skills can be learned on the job, you can’t teach someone who doesn’t care about your nonprofit’s mission to truly care. It’s often wise to err on the side of passion.

  1. Skills are still important, though. While passion is a must, it’s also important to think carefully about the skills necessary for the position you’re hiring for. Passion for your cause is important, but if your non-profit needs an accountant, it’s probably important to find someone for the position that has experience or education working with bookkeeping and financial planning.

As with all things, there is a balance to be found. The next time you hire, make a list of all the tasks the position is responsible for. Then, decide what concrete skills are necessary to successfully execute each of those tasks. This will make finding the right candidates much easier, and it will ensure that the new employee is able to get the job done. You may also want to consider posting the position to an online jobs board to receive a healthy pool of applicants.

  1. Find trustworthy employees. Your nonprofit relies on dedicated, trustworthy employees to keep daily operations functioning — and to make sure your organization remains true to the cause. One step that is essential is utilizing identity check verification services.

Unfortunately, there are people out there who may seek to defraud your organization by falsifying portions of their identity. This could be because they don’t actually possess the necessary experience for the position, or because they have other unsavory ulterior motives. Conducting a background check and identity verification is a good way to protect your organization from these issues.

  1. Plan your interviews. All too often, nonprofits and small businesses think that they can just bring in a candidate and wing it to see how the interview goes. However, while this may give you a good sense of your chemistry with the applicant, you may lose out on collecting valuable information about them.

Think about the skills necessary to perform the job, as well as what indicators from their past suggest that they have a passion for the cause your nonprofit works on. Ask critical questions to assess their cultural knowledge if it’s a human rights nonprofit, or if it’s an environmental nonprofit, they should have some experience working to protect critical ecosystems or raise awareness about pollution.

  1. Trust your instincts. Resumes with valuable experience, perfect background checks, and demonstrated passion for your cause are all important. But one important aspect to factor into the equation is whether they are a good fit for your organization on a personal level.

After all, if everyone has to work together every day, often for long days, you want to be sure that the new hire will get along well with the existing staff. A strong company culture can really mean that employees will thrive, that they will be happier, and so will complete their work more enthusiastically.

Hiring for a nonprofit can be stressful, but by breaking down the most important factors and prioritizing your search based on those, you’ll be sure to grow your team in a way that’s sustainable, and help bring the energy needed to promote your cause.

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Ten Native Youth Talk About Their Entrepreneurship Dreams

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 15, 2019 - 12:00am

Published October 12, 2019 

2019 Dreamstarters Share Goals For Their Native-Owned Businesses with Billy Mills

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Ten Native Youth Entrepreneurs share their dreams and goals for their businesses in Native communities while speaking with Running Strong for American Indian Youth Spokesman Billy Mills in the official 2019 Dreamstarter video.

In celebration of Indigenous People’s Day and the 55th anniversary of Mills’1964 Olympic 10,000 meter victory, the video will be publicly released on Monday, October 14. The Dreamstarter video will be available on the Running Strong website, as well as Running Strong’s social media channels. Over the following ten days, individual profile videos of each of the ten Dreamstarters will also be released.

The ten Dreamstarters are all American Indian youth under age 30. Each is working together with a community nonprofit on a business supported by Running Strong for American Indian Youth. Dreamstarter recipients received a 10K award earlier this year to bring their businesses to life.

“The youth have the dreams, “said Mills. “You’re taking your dream, then becoming your vision so you can provide opportunities for the young people. That’s very sacred.”

More information about the fifth class of Dreamstarters and their projects as well as the exclusive video is available at http://indianyouth.org/2019Dreamstarters.

Running Strong has given away a total of fifty $10,000 Dreamstarter grants over five years to support Native youth’s dreams for their communities. This program was announced in October 14, 2014, to mark the 50th anniversary of Billy Mills’s gold medal win at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. The Dreamstarter program helps Native youth believe in the power of their dreams to build strong futures for themselves and their communities. Running Strong is currently accepting applications for the 2020 class of Dreamstarters which will focus on “Health and Wellness” projects.

On October 14, 1964, Billy Mills, an Oglala Lakota (Sioux) runner, won the 10,000 meter race at the Tokyo Olympics in an upset, come-from-behind victory that has been called the greatest race in American Olympic history, and ever since has been an inspiration to Native youth and all Americans. He is still the only person from the Western hemisphere ever to win that event. He co-founded Running Strong for American Indian Youth in 1986 to help others live their dreams.

Additional information about the program can be found at www.IndianYouth.org/Dreamstarter.

The 2019 Dreamstarters are:

  • Aukea Ka’aekuahiwi (Native Hawaiian), 15, Kapaau, HI

Dream: bring traditional foods to his community and engage youth in traditional food production

  • Taylor Eddie (Diné), 16, Spanish Fork, UT

Dream: introduce Native American youth to agriculture as a business

  • Kevin Belin (Diné), 29, Crownpoint, NM

Dream: help teachers revitalize and strengthen comprehension and communication of the Diné Language

  • David Fraser (Oglala Lakota), 25, Kyle, SD

Dream: build and open his own tire repair business in Kyle, following the footsteps of his great grandfather

  • Hope Gamble (Diné), 14, Nazlini, AZ

Dream: use her artwork encourage youth and help them understand Navajo culture in a new way

  • Jacob Crane (Tsuut’ina Nation), 29, Provo, UT

Dream: empower young Indigenous people through video storytelling

  • Carl Petersen (Cheyenne River Sioux), 20, Parade, SD

Dream: operate a video game design studio on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation and produce video games by and for Native people.

  • Parrish Pipestem (Eastern Band of Cherokee), 15, Tulsa, OK

Dream: expand his business by investing in both infrastructure that will streamline his business process and social media marketing tools.

  • Joshua Smith (Osage Nation), 29, Portsmouth, VA

Dream: create a Native-owned, socially-conscious coffee roasting company.

  • Freddy Gipp (Apache Tribe of Oklahoma), 25, Lawrence, KS

Dream: provide communities the opportunity to engage in cultural programming as a means of increasing their economic and social impacts.

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'Stumptown' actress Tantoo Cardinal's Indigenous Peoples Day message

INDIAN COUNTRY MEDIA NETWORK - October 14, 2019 - 5:37pm

'As we honor the Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples' in the United States and North America, I ask, remember where you came from,' says Tantoo Cardinal

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Empowering tribal nations at the voting rights conference

INDIAN COUNTRY MEDIA NETWORK - October 14, 2019 - 5:00pm

The First Nations Voting Rights Conference draws larger audience than anticipated in Salt Lake City

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“Stumptown” Actress and Métis/First Nations’ Tantoo Cardinal Pens Message for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 14, 2019 - 4:54pm

Tantoo Cardinal

Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2019

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Native actress, Tantoo Cardinal (Métis), from ABC’s top new show, Stumptown,” has an Indigenous People’s Day message:

“Happy Indigenous Peoples Day everyone. Remember where you came from. That is the message of today.

Have you talked to your Mother today?  Have you ever listened to her? She is more than a sunset and she is more than maternal.

We are the First Nations of the Americas. With over 600 Native Nations in North America, We are on the rise. Witness Native women in national leadership. While women have always been the leaders in our communities….we are connected to the Fire of our Mother (the Cree word for Fire is Iskotew – made up of two words – Iskwew [woman] Miteh [heart]).

The stories of Creation go on to tell about the fire at the core of Mother Earth. Indigenous World has never left those foundational truths…the great value of being shut out of “The American Dream”.

Today is our reminder to rekindle our relationship with Mother Earth.  Our world. The Indigenous People know She is sustenance. She is breath. She knows joy and disappointment.  She is not based on economy or status.  She is based on balance, humility, joy, love, nurturance, equality… and it is where the power is. Earth.

It is about time we take our breath back.  Today, on Indigenous Peoples Day, remember those who were here on this Land before the ships of merchandise, disrespect, and stuff landed.  And, remember Mother Earth. Her spirit is what will balance us, and Her spirit is necessary for all of us. If we are one with Her, we are in grace.

Remember your Mother today. Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ today and everyday.”

Tantoo Cardinal

Tantoo Cardinal is an award-winning actress of Métis/First Nations decent who can be seen on the ABC Television Network series Stumptown playing Sue Lynn Blackbird. A Canadian native, she has appeared in over 120 film and television projects over the course of her 48-year career. She has won the Earle Grey Award (a lifetime achievement award by the Canadian Screen Awards), is a Member of the Order of Canada and is a CBC/Playback Hall of Fame inductee.

 

 

 

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Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE - October 14, 2019 - 4:28pm

Published October 14, 2019

Credit: Monica Rickert Bolter for sMyles Creatvie, LLC

 

 

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Live feed on Indigenous People’s Day about our Alaska Bureau

INDIAN COUNTRY MEDIA NETWORK - October 14, 2019 - 2:27pm

Monday at 10 am Alaska time - 2pm EST

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Ginew: Native created, designed and Native-influenced denim fashion

INDIAN COUNTRY MEDIA NETWORK - October 14, 2019 - 12:38pm

Native founders of Ginew denim, Erik Brodt and Amanda Bruegl are Native physicians by day, Native denim designers by … the other day

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Monday, October 14, 2019

NATIONAL NATIVE NEWS (nativetimes.net) - October 14, 2019 - 12:08pm

(Photo: Robbt via Flickr/CC)

At least five states and numerous cities will celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day for the first time Officials with the Atlanta Braves say they will reach out to Native Americans about whether to keep the ‘tomahawk chop’ at is games https://www.nativenews.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/nnn101419.mp3

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Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' today and everyday

INDIANZ.COM - October 14, 2019 - 11:49am
As we honor the Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples' in the United States and North America, I ask, remember where you came from.
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Oyate Today launches website

INDIANZ.COM - October 14, 2019 - 11:10am
The hit television show Oyate Today has launched a new website to keep viewers informed of the program.
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Indigenous Land Stewardship program applies old solutions to modern problems

CBC ABORIGINAL NEWS - October 14, 2019 - 11:00am
Lo First Nation Indigenous Land Stewardship program

The certificate program at Vancouver's Native Education College comes as world bodies and local governments are looking to Indigenous knowledge to help solve the climate crisis.

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Presidential candidates continue outreach in Indian Country

INDIANZ.COM - October 14, 2019 - 9:42am
With a growing number of communities celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day, another Democratic presidential candidate announced plans to improve the government's relationship with the first Americans.
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Former school employee charged with felonies after sexually abusing Native girl

INDIANZ.COM - October 14, 2019 - 9:42am
A former employee of a treatment facility for juveniles is awaiting extradition to California after authorities confirmed he fathered a child with a Native girl.
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