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Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
Indian Country Today Media Network’s pow wow kid of the week is four-year-old Ozaawaa Annimikii Morris-Helms, which means "Yellow Thunder" in Ojibwe...
Explore the Apostle Islands by Land, Boat or on Foot
Just off the Bayfield peninsula, where Wisconsin’s deep northwestern forests give way to the icy blue stretches of Lake Superior, an archipelago of 22 islands lies scattered across...
Northland College’s 40th Spring Pow Wow to ‘Wake Up the Earth’
*Press Release ASHLAND, Wisconsin — For 40 years, the spring pow wow at Northland College has kicked off the pow wow season for the northern Wisconsin region...
Red Cliff Chippewa Band Re-Dredges 55-Gallon Drums of Live World War 2 Ammo From Lake Superior
The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is having another go at the munitions barrels dumped into their waters by the Army Corps of Engineers during the Cold War years...
Investing in Fish, Preserving Red Cliff Culture
Small fingerlings roiled the water in the translucent plastic tubs placed before ready volunteers in the Red Cliff tribal fish hatchery at Wisconsin’s northern edge...
Wisconsin Students Stage Walkout, Cite Racial Issues
About 15 students staged a walkout from Bayfield High School in Wisconsin on Monday, June 3 citing racial intolerance and insensitivity toward Native Americans, reported the Duluth...
Red Cliff Band of Chippewa Find Live Ammo in Discarded Military Barrels
Test results show that 22 of the 25 barrels of military waste dredged from Lake Superior last summer contain live ammunition, the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa have foun...
Idle No More Support: Ojibwe Woman Embarks on 1,400-mile Journey to D.C.
David P. Ball
When Mishkomekinaak Ikwe learned about the Idle No More movement exploding across Canada, and Attawapiskat First Nation chief Theresa Spence's hunger strike – now on its 21st day –...