Large contingent of OPP at Tyendinaga Rail Stoppage
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Large contingent of OPP at Tyendinaga Rail Stoppage
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Ex-cop's bush tucker changing lives one slice at a time -ABC News
A retired cop sacrifices his retirement to turn this town's fortunes around. His weapon? Cakes.
Canada's Cops Were Ready to Shoot Indigenous Anti-Pipeline Activists | Dissident Voice
RCMP officers were instructed to use as much violence as they wanted at the blockade of the Coastal Gaslink Pipeline. Kanahus Manuel, an Indigenous activist in
Tribal Leaders Hope Large South Dakota Solar Project Becomes Model for Others -Native News Online
Published Janaury 12, 2020 PINE RIDGE, S.D. — On the western edge of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, tribal officials hope a major solar energy project will help tap into the vast poten…
What indigenous design could teach us about surviving climate change -Fast Company
As wildfires devastate Australia, author and activist Julia Watson considers the wisdom of low-tech land management strategies that’ve been passed down through generations.
Saving an indigenous language from extinction -BBC News
The Sami are the only officially recognised indigenous people in the EU and some of their languages are on the brink of extinction.
Etowah Indian Mounds presents Museum Tour events -Daily Tribune News
Creating more “face-time” opportunities with patrons, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site’s staff will present Museum Tour events Thursday and Jan. 22. The guided tours will be offered …
Why some Indigenous people see themselves in Star Wars icon Baby Yoda | CBC News
Indigneous fans in particular are claiming Baby Yoda as one of their own from memes and jewelry to artwork and clothing.
Mississippi Choctaw Mourn the Passing of Former Chief Calvin Isaac -Native News Online
Published January 12, 2020 CHOCTAW, Miss. — The Mississippi Band of Choctaw announced the death of former Tribal Chief Calvin J. Issac, who served as the first tribal chief since the great Pushmath…
Diné artist first Native to lecture at St. Andrews -Native News Online
Published January 12, 2020 WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo multi-media artist Pamela J. Peters is breaking Native American stereotypes with her writing and photos – and she’s taken the battle to Scotla…
S.D. Attorney General to 'not take sides' in case that could determine future of ICWA -Rapid City Journal
The South Dakota attorney general had decided "to not take sides" in a high-stakes federal lawsuit that could determine the future of a law meant to keep Native American families,
Sutherland Institute’s campaign against Bears Ears was relentless, effective and mostly funded by a tight circle of activists -Salt Lake Tribune
At 9:28 p.m. the night before President Donald Trump signed an executive order to slash Bears....
Reserve-based businesses go global as Indigenous entrepreneurs tap into e-commerce -The Globe and Mail
The internet has helped on-reserve small businesses go global like never before, though a lack of capital or internet access is still a barrier for some
'Stumptown' helps Tantoo Cardinal make strides for indigenous actors -Sioux City Journal
Though she had significant roles in “Dances With Wolves” and “Legends of the Fall,” Cardinal never felt the tide was changing for indigenous actors until she made “Falls Around Her”
Archaeology | Hopewells' culture touched other native peoples throughout North America -The Columbus Dispatch
The Hopewell culture that was centered in Ohio had an interaction sphere that showed a network of cultural exchange and interaction throughout the country.
Q&A: Jessie Conaway prioritizes the 'humanity of partnership' between UW, tribal nations -Madison
"We have to do better to serve our Native students."
Indigenous flavours on the menu -The Daily Courier
Traditional Syilx-Okanagan culinary fare will be on the menu as student chefs join restaurants around the region in taking part in the Dine Around Thompson Okanagan promotion this month.
California's Indigenous History Is a Story of Genocide and Resistance -Truthout
Award-winning author Benjamin Madley discusses Indigenous genocide, resistance and survival in California.
Australia's indigenous people have a solution for the country's bushfires. And it's been around for 50,000 years -MSN Now
The fires in Australia have been burning for months, consuming nearly 18 million acres of land, causing thousands to evacuate and killing potentially millions of animals.
Abenaki partner with Sterling College to cultivate long-lost crops -VT Digger
Seeds of Renewal aims to collect seeds of crops traditionally used by Abenaki peoples, and to provide finished crops to tribe members.
Judge: County violated federal Indian law in zoning dispute with Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa -Ashland Daily Press
A federal judge has ruled a northern Wisconsin county violated federal Indian law when it enforced its zoning rules on land owned by tribal members within a Lake Superior tribe’s
RFS forms NSW's first all-Indigenous fire crews -ABC Local
In far west of New South Wales, a very different kind of firefighting is taking place, with the Rural Fire Service using two all-Indigenous crews for the first time.
Mayflower 400 Commemorations in UK to Showcase Wampanoag Stories - Non Profit Quarterly
Plymouth, England is commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower launch. But this time, the story of the Wampanoag will be front and center.
Story County officials recommend potential names for Squaw Creek - Des Moines Register
One of the points of emphasis from the board, in regards to a potential name, was selecting a name that honors the Native American tribes relevant to Iowa.
NewsCenter | SDSU | SDSU Breaking Ground on Native and Indigenous Healing Garden
Opening is scheduled for the university’s annual Explore SDSU all-campus event on March 21.
Indigenous Forest Lands Protected in the Philippines - Rainforest Trust Saves Rainforest - Rainforest Trust
Rainforest Trust Saves Rainforests
Washington State’s E-cig Flavor Band Does Not Apply on Tribal Lands - Native News Online
Published January 8, 2020 Governor Jay Inslee’s executive order banning all flavored vapor and THC products does not apply to businesses on tribal lands. Over the last half of 2019, the issue of va…
Puget Sound tribes and scientists join forces to breed millions of clams -The New Food Economy
After recent declines, a new breeding program could help safeguard the cockle's future as a food source for tribes like the Suquamish.
For Our Children: Parents Win Fight for Equity in New Mexico's Schools | Marguerite Casey Foundation
In New Mexico, families led a fight for equity in public schools – home to a wide equity gap. They won a court victory and remain committed to full success.
SD colleges make list of top schools for indigenous students - KOTATV
Five colleges in South Dakota made the list of the top 200 colleges for indigenous students by Winds of Change magazine.
Native American adoption dispute puts decades-old statute on defensive - The Indiana Lawyer
The effort that Indiana joined to overturn the Indian Child Welfare Act, which seeks to preserve Native American families, is headed for another round in appellate court as the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals prepares for a rehearing en banc following a lower court’s ruling that the 40-plus-year-old ...
ACLU sues school district over 'bloody Indian' comment - ABCNews
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico is suing the state's largest school district over a 2018 incident where a teacher allegedly cut the hair of a Native American student during class on Halloween
Celebrate the Wolf Moon @ Institute for American Indian Studies - Patch
One of your neighbors posted in Arts & Entertainment. Click through to read what they have to say. (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)
Higher than average cancer rates in B.C.'s Indigenous population to be explored at UBC - Vancouver Sun
“My role is to provide perspectives and passion in an area that has been grossly under represented in post secondary institutions and research bodies for years,” said Dr. Nadine Caron
Global Indigenous Music Summit Readies For 2020 Edition In New Orleans -Celebrity Access ENCORE
NEW ORLEANS (CelebrityAccess) – Bringing together global Indigenous music industry, culture leaders, and artists to honor tradition and forge new paths forward, the second edition of the International Indigenous Music Summit is set to take
CNN Settles $275M Lawsuit with High Schooler Who Stood Face-to-Face with Native Elder at Lincoln Memorial - Native News Online
Published January 7, 2020 NEW YORK — On Tuesday, CNN settled a lawsuit brought on behalf of Nicholas Sandmann, who made national news last January after he stood face-to-face with Nathan Phillips, …
What the COP 25 demonstrations mean for Indigenous rights - International Cry
On 11 December 2019, activist demonstrations at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Madrid (COP 25) escalated into a pinnacle moment of the conference and highlighting the anger felt by climate change activists around perceived inaction of chief decision-makers and lack of proper inclusion of huma...
Tŝilhqot’in, Taseko, Province work to resolve mine dispute -Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
The Tŝilhqot’in Nation and Taseko Mines are working with the B.C. government to reach a resolution to the long-standing conflict over the proposed New Prosperity gold-copper mine project southwest of Williams Lake.
Buy Native and Give Native All Year Long - Indigenous Nationhood
(Treaty Truckhouse fundraiser [top left], Rez Famous Clothing [top right], Warrior Life Clothing [bottom left], Unist'ot'en fundraiser [...
2019 Year in Review | Indigenous Environmental Network
Please accept our deep and sincere gratitude for helping us achieve so much this year as we walk forward together towards IEN's 30th Anniversary of protecting
Smudging ceremony at Port Alberni school did not infringe on non-Indigenous child's religious freedoms: judge - City News Vancouver
A Vancouver Island mom has lost a court battle launched after a traditional indigenous smudging ceremony was held at her daughter's school.
PODCAST: Leveraging Indigenous talent in the defence workforce – Craig Williams, Navantia Australia, and Brendan Dumbrell and Hayden Surrao, JLB-Yaran - Defence Connect
Navantia Australia and JLB-Yaran recently signed an MOU at Pacific 2019 with the intent of creating and building long-term careers for Indigenous talent in the defence industry. On this episode of
RCMP workshop connects Indigenous teens with officers and mentors - Regina Leader-Post
“A negative role model can make you do things you shouldn’t be doing. Things that could put you in jail for a long time.”
Scientists and Indigenous leaders team up on project to revive purebred bison population - The Globe and Mail
The scientists reckon purebreds could replace hybrids within 20 years. This would better animal health, improve the environment, create new economic opportunities and ensure the animal many Indigenous peoples consider sacred thrives
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