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Desecration Row: Wisconsin Bill Threatens All Native Burial Mound Sites
A new conflict between Native Americans in Wisconsin and state Republicans has emphasized the friction between the two groups since Republicans recaptured control of the state legi...
Wisconsin Grave Desecration Bill Opposed by GLITC
The State of Wisconsin is currently considering legislation designated AB 620 that would permit the opening of pre-historic burial mounds for exploration, mining and other commerci...
Desecration of Graves Sanctioned by Wisconsin Assembly Bill
The Ho-Chunk Nation has been in a legal tussle with a Dane County mining company that wants to destroy a state-protected burial mound in one of its limestone quarries to get the ag...
National Park Services Grave Robber Will Pay Restitution and Serve Probation
Mary Annette Pember
Thomas Munson, the retired National Park Service superintendent who pled guilty to stealing ancient Native remains from the Effigy National Monument in Iowa, will pay over $108,000...
National Park Services Grave Robber: Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Remains
Mary Annette Pember
Thomas Munson, 76, of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin will plead guilty to embezzlement and theft charges in connection with an accusation that he stole several ancient Native American...
Tribes Sue Caltrans for Alleged Destruction of Cultural Resources
In the ongoing fight to protect cultural resources in what is now Mendocino County, California, two tribes have filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Transportation ...
Tribes and Caltrans Reach Impasse, Tribe Refuses to Sign Agreement
Even though construction of the Willits bypass project is about 80 percent complete, according to what Caltrans environmental project manager Michael Bartlett told Willits News , l...
Star-Studded Black Hills Unity Concert to Focus on the Sacred
On Friday, August 28 indigenous community leaders, renowned musicians representing both the Native and mainstream music industries, as well as thousands of concerned citizens from ...
4 Native Women Redefine Security and Fight for Sacred Places
“Welcome to Ohlone territory!...
From Neil Young to a Flash Mob: Apache Stronghold Blazes Through Country
From hip hop dancers to churches, universities to a flash mob in Times Square, add a stop in New Jersey to drum in a Neil Young concert, and the grassroots caravan called Apache St...
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