Notice of LIVE Broadcast from the 2017 Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit, April 19 - 23 from Gun Lake Pottawatomi's Camp Jijak.
 
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This weekend's stories: Rainbow Bridge in Utah earns designation on the National Register of Historic Places; Plans for first memory care facility on a reservation; Standing Bear trial re-enactment commemorates Nebraska and Native American history; Nevada bill to designate Oct. 16 as Sarah Winnemucca Day moves to the Senate; John Legend produces new virtual reality series, “Rainbow Crow”, based on a Lenape legend.
 
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This weekend's stories: University of Arizona receives grant to re-record narrations of mid-century Native American educational films; New York State Museum adds new contemporary Native American artwork to collection; Native Realities reboots the first all-Native superhero comic, “Tribal Force”; “Scalped” a new television pilot currently being filmed; Fighting to keep alive Hand Talk, Plains Indian Sign Language.
 
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By Ricey Wild News From Indian Country   
The Oceti Sakowin camp has been cleared by heavily militarized police but what happened there this past year is forever. WE THE PEOPLE showed up in the thousands to protect our water and support the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in their fight against big oil. I am so very proud and grateful to all whom contributed in any way to resist the hateful and greedy monsters behind the pipeline including #45 who received $100,000 in campaign donations from the DAPL conglomerate.
 
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By John Karhiio Kane
As the sun set on 2016, the world trembled in anticipation of what the Trump era of U.S. national politics would bring. Meanwhile at the New York State level, Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to be riding a surge of popularity in spite of on-going corruption allegations and a lack of long-promised ethics reform, perhaps due in large part to the backlashes to Trump's run up to his inauguration and his first two months in office.
 
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