Breaking the Veils

Breaking the Veils

Peltier's attorney’s response parole denial

The Bush Administration holdovers on the U.S. Parole Commission adopted the position of the FBI that anyone who may be implicated in the killings...

Letter from Amnesty International on denial of parole for Peltier

Amnesty International regretted the US Parole Commission’s decision not to grant Leonard Peltier parole despite concerns about the fairness of his 1977 conviction for...

Peltier denied parole, not eligible for another hearing until 2024

American Indian activist Leonard Peltier, imprisoned since 1977 for the deaths of two FBI agents, has been denied parole after authorities decided that releasing...

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe goes solar in low income homes

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe is putting some cutting-edge solar technology on the homes of low-income tribal members. With help from a federal...

Film project takes its cues from Native composer

Composer Brent Micheal Davids (Mohegan) arrived in West High School in Mankato, Minnesota to record ten minutes of original composition with Ken Freed and...

Water fountain blends North and Central American Indian imagery

Ancient Traders Market Plaza, on Franklin Avenue, is one of 10 Minneapolis sites to get a drinking fountain sculpture this fall as part of...

Iron Range city council member Nevada Little Wolf someone to watch

On a late afternoon in Virginia, Minnesota two years ago, Nevada Littlewolf sat nervously in her car outside city hall. She had thirty minutes...

400 turn out for First Annual Mde Maka Ska Canoe Nations...

On August 14 Healthy Nations Canoe Society hosted the first annual Mde Maka Ska Canoe Nations Gathering at Lake Calhoun. The event, celebrating the...

Many Rivers Group helps Native people become home owners

The American Indian Community Development Corporation (AICDC), a non-profit based in Minneapolis, has created the Many Rivers Group LLC, to help make homeownership a...

Southern Ute Tribe invests in making fuel from algae

An unusual experiment featuring equal parts science, environmental optimism and Native American capitalist ambition is unfolding on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation in southwest...

Bois Forte Urban Office moves to new location

The Bois Forte Urban Office has moved a block away from their old office. They are now at 1308 East Franklin Avenue, Suite 112,...

NACC has new Licensed Psychologist on staff

The Native American Community Clinic’s Counseling Services has a new member on board. Dr. Marsha Fields is a Licensed Psychologist and has worked with...