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Video: Once Controversial, Spearfishing Is a Way of Ojibwe Life
In its eighth installment, Wisconsin Media Lab introduces Jason Bisonette, an Ojibwe of Odaawaazaga’igan and Marine Corps veteran, who believes mainstream education is necessary bu...
8 Allegedly Anti-Sovereignty Actions Taken by Maine Attorney General’s Office
Gale Courey Toensing
In calling for an investigation of the office of Maine Attorney General Janet Mills, Penobscot Indian Nation Chief Kirk Francis cited a number of actions on the part of her office ...
Native History: When Hawaii Was Riding the Wave Toward Sovereignty
This Date in Native History: Hawai‘i is relearning that it’s not a state—it’s a sovereign kingdom. According to political scientist Dr...
Activist, Veteran and Ogiitchida ‘Great Warrior’ Robert Jondreau Walks On
Activist, 26-year Air Force veteran, Ogiitchida (Great Warrior) and drum keeper Robert ‘Bob’ Jondreau of Norge, Virginia walked on August 10 of heart and liver problems...
Wisconsin Tribes: What Part of ‘No Mining!’ Don’t You Understand?
The water in Northern Wisconsin ceded territory—the lakes, the waterfalls and the rivers—is crystal clear. The Chippewa bands here are also clear about their treaty rights...
First Woman to Lead a Minnesota Indian Tribe Walks On
Marge Anderson wasn’t only the first woman to lead a Minnesota Indian tribe, she also fought for tribal hunting and fishing rights on Lake Mille Lacs...
Ojibwe Cultural Educator Nick Hockings Walks On
Clifford E. Knapp
Nick Hockings, Ojibwe artist, human rights activist, and cultural consultant, walked on to the spirit world on November 30, 2012 in his home in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin...
Heidi Heitkamp ‘Understands the Issues’ Says Native Campaign Director
Patti Jo King
Heidi Heitkamp, the Democratic Senate candidate for North Dakota , wants to reach as many Native North Dakotans as possible, while ensuring that her message is both timely and rele...
Northwest Tribes Fight for Treaty Rights in Face of Coal-Transport Plan
Treaty fishing rights are meaningless if there are no healthy fish populations left to harvest, say Pacific Northwest tribes, fishers and tribal environmental organizations...
Sliammon Approve Treaty Settlement Amid Controversy
David P. Ball
Sliammon First Nation members in British Columbia have voted, with 57.5 percent in favor, to accept a treaty settlement awarding it 20,510 acres of land and $30 million over a deca...
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