RACIAL JUSTICE…

Racial Justice: Trickling Down From the Top Jul 29, 2009 9:16 am by Daniel LeClaireIt only makes sense that big changes should start up...

Racial Justice: Trickling Down From the Top

It only makes sense that big changes should start up here at the top of the world. Similar thinking must have been at work at...

Racial Justice: Trickling Down From the Top

Racial Justice: Trickling Down From the Top Aug 2, 2009 9:16 am by Daniel LeClaireIt only makes sense that big changes should start up...

TheCityGuide.in And SCRAP Unite For Environmental Concern With Van Mahotsav

ITLaddu Technology Private Limited announces its participation in SCRAP Van Mahotsav, a plantation event being organized by a Delhi-based organization-SCRAP This is to be...

OPINION PAPER Ronni KameKona

1.) “Google” Tulalip Chief of Police: Scott Smith for the full article: that these shared—opinions address. 2.) The other KameKona opinions shared here pertain to...

Indigenous’ Broken Lands

Is knowing you’re an egotistical, arrogant, self-centered, bike ridin’, blues lovin, obsessive compulsive mad man self-deprecation or self-awareness? I am condemned to a sun...

Darryl Hill (July 4, 1959 – May 17, 2009)

Darryl “Sonny” Wayne Hill whose Ojibwe name is “Waubun” (which mean “tomorrow”) died on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at Bethel Care Center in St....

Hartley Frank White, Sr. (Feb. 10, 1925 – May 5,...

Hartley Frank White, Sr. “Shaawanaasii” (Walks in the South), 84, of Longville, MN died May 5, 2009 at the Cass Lake Indian Hospital. He...

George Allen Fairbanks, Sr. (July 29, 1933– May 26, 2009)

George Allen “Joe Bush” Fairbanks, Sr., 75, Ponsford, MN died May 26 at Emmanuel Nursing Home in Detroit Lakes, MN. Fairbanks, Sr., “Mishkow-Binise” (Strong...

Sheila WhiteEagle

Dec. 2, 1948 - June 7, 2008 Sheila passed away peacefully at home after a long and courageous battle against breast cancer. Sheila was the Director...

It aint easy being indian

I just have to share a very spooky moment I recently experienced. It was morning, I absent-ly looked in to my hall mirror and...

Fond du lac follies

Fond du Lac Follies motored to Gakaabikaang to meet with Rick Gresczyk’s class at Metro State. I arrived in time to see students carrying...

Political matters

UND’s nickname controversy On May 14 the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education unanimously passed a motion to retire the University of North Dakota...

Opponents gear up to fight Alberta Clipper pipeline

Indian activists are gearing up to fight a planned oil pipeline that would cross the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota. The 6-inch diameter pipeline,...

Proposed White Earth constitution revives enrollment controversy

Critics of a proposed constitution for the White Earth Band of Ojibwe say it threatens to do to tribal government what allotment did to...

LCO archeological dig creates youth interestLCO archeological dig creates youth interest

Recent Ojibwe high school graduates carried shovels full of dirt from huge piles of excavated soil and poured them into screened boxes, then sifted...

A slap in the Facebook

As an avid Facebook user, I enjoy the ability to stay in touch with friends, have people post news headlines I might otherwise miss,...

Sundance in New Mexico offers training in filmmaking for Natives

Actor Robert Redford and Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson announced in May that the state of New Mexico and Redford are teaming up to create...

Dakota Code Talkers to be honored at Native Warriors Exhibition

American Indians have a long history of being warriors. In fact, American Indians have fought in every war the United States has ever been...