Local Artist in Residence Open Studio + Talk Saturday, March 4, 2017 | 12noon – 4:00 pm 2nd Floor MoCNA Project Lab + Artist Studio Published February 19, 2017 SANTA FE – David-Alexander Hubbard Sloan, the Institute of American Indians Art Museum of Contemporary Native Art’s current Local Artist in Residence, will give a talk at 12 noon […]
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Published February 19, 2017 BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA – On October 27, 2016, a Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) worker pointed a loaded assault rifle at water protectors in Standing Rock, North Dakota. Brennon Nastacio peacefully de-escalated the situation. Now, he faces state and federal charges. In December 2016, the state of North Dakota charged Nastacio with […]
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Guest Commentary Mark Trahant / Trahant Reports Timing is everything in politics — so Minnesota Rep. Peggy Flanagan is wasting no time in her bid for Congress. This week she launched a new web page and her social media links. Flanagan is a member of the White Earth band of Ojibwe and she would be the first […]
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Published February 19, 2017 WINDOW ROCK – The Dine’ Bich’iiya’ Summit promises to have an agenda packed with gardening and planting concepts, insightful discussion on food sovereignty and security, nutrition, resiliency, community garden challenge and so much more. This food and gardening summit, which is in its final planning stages, is scheduled for April 6-8. Continuing […]
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But Republicans have raised concerns about whether the measure would provide enough safeguards for patients.
Lobbyists for out-of-state organizations on both sides of the gun background check issue have spent thousands of dollars to push their positions.
Consolidating elections is not a magic bullet, but it plays a crucial role in removing barriers to voting. It is urgent that we begin to build a voting culture that invites everyone to vote in every election.
San Francisco, California- The Longest Walk 5.2 kicked off on Ohlone territory. The runners and walkers began the walk with prayer and ceremony at Crissy Field, located in San Francisco, California. Ohlone Nation members Dee Dee Ybarra and Donna Manzanares Otero of the Rumsen Ama Turataj Nation honored all in attendance with a prayer and […]
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