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Dakota Access Pipeline Construction Begins Despite Standing Rock Sioux Objections
In the midst of an ongoing effort by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and other entities to prevent construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, the company Dakota Access LLC has begun...
Water Walkers: Indigenous Women Walk 250-Mile Length of Minnesota River
Led by Ojibwe elder and veteran Water Walker Sharon Day, a group of indigenous women and other supporters are on the last stretch of a week-long, 250-mile Water Walk along the MNiS...
How Strong Ojibwe Women Made Mother's Day Special by Fighting for the Waters
Mary Annette Pember
Walking through the city in the rain while carrying a copper bucket of water and an eagle feather was not how I had planned to celebrate Mother’s Day...
USS Chickasaw Victorious in Battle, Served Long Life After
The first of three U.S. naval ships named for the Chickasaws was commissioned 150 years ago...
Mississippi Water Walkers Arrive in Louisiana With Water From the River's Source
Today the mouth of the Mississippi River will drink from its source, tasting its healthier beginning and, it is hoped, remembering and healing...
From Beginning to End: Walking the Mississippi River to Celebrate and Cherish Water
Eight days into a 1,200-mile trek along one of the longest rivers in the United States—the iconic Mississippi—Sharon Day was looking to hit mile 125 by day’s end...
Fundraiser for Women Walking Length of Mississippi River
Two Ojibwe women are planning to walk the entire length of the Mississippi River to draw attention to the plight of Mother Earth’s water...
Today Marks the 182nd Anniversary of the Indian Removal Act
On this day 182 years ago President Andrew Jackson signed into law the Indian Removal Act ...
Neglected Minneapolis Site to be Restored and Turned into a Park
A long neglected sacred site in Minnesota will soon be cleaned up and added to the neighboring National Park Service land...
Prehistoric City Found Beneath East St. Louis
The Rock Register Star reports on the bizarre mystery of an abandoned prehistoric city unearthed beneath what is now East St. Louis...
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