This weekend's stories: The American Cancer Society awards grants in Indian Country to help reduce colorectal cancer; Sculptor and metalsmith, Charles Pratt passes away; Metropolitan Museum of Art recognizing Native American art as American art; American Indian Advisory Board members for the San Diego Film Foundation named; The documentary “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World to open in New York.
 
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Join IndianCountryTV.com on July 12th  - July 14 for clips and LIVE Broadcasting from the LOVE WATER, NOT OIL Wisconsin Horse Ride Awareness Ride on Enbridge Pipelines.  Tour goes from Nekoosa, Wisconsin on July 10 thru the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation to Honor The Earth Pow wow Grounds. Click digital player LIVESTREAM logo to go to LIVESTREAM studio site for all LIVE programs and 19+ previous clips.
 
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This weekend's stories: Indigenous communities in Canada added to Google Maps and Earth; Bronson Koenig signs with the Milwaukee Bucks; The last fluent speaker of the Choinumpni tribe passes away; Native American fashion designer’s new collection inspired by Standing Rock water protectors; Update on Loretta Lynn’s recovery from stroke.
 
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This weekend's stories: Ground breaking held for new monument in Virginia honoring Native Americans; NEA awards WCU grant for Native American exhibit; Black Creek historical site in New Jersey great place to hike; Ancient Native American canoe found in Louisiana; New podcast series called Urban Indianz available on iTunes.
 
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This weekend's stories: Winnemem Wintu tribe raising funds to restore salmon; Ernest L Stevens Sr receives the 2017 Leon Grant Spirit of the Community Award; Tribes continue the fight to protect the grizzly bear; Joel Frank Sr. receives the Tim Wapato Sovereign Warrior Award; “Edge of Morning” book release.
 
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