Red Lake Chairman Seki Meets with Minnesota Lt. Governor Smith

Subject is Entrepreneurship, Future Meeting with Governor Published February 6, 2016 BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA — Red Lake Chairman, Darrell G. Seki, Sr., was invited by Minnesota Lt. Governor Tina Smith to a Small Business Round Table held at the Launchpad in the Mayflower Building in downtown Bemidji on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. Smith toured the new […]

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2016 Native Explorers Program Now Accepting Applications

Published February 6, 2016 OKLAHOMA CITY— The Native Explorers Program is now accepting applications for 2016. Applications are available to all eligible Native American high-school students. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2016. The Native Explorers program provides out-of-the classroom, hands-on experiences to strengthen students’ knowledge of science, medicine and native cultures. Participants of […]

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Chicago Police Retire To Evade Punishment While Collecting 6-Figure Pensions

Since Chicago officials received a city watchdog investigation recommending six officers be disciplined for their roles surrounding the killing of David Koschman by a nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley, three have retired. Continue reading

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Is Gaza Paying the Price of the Cypriot-Israeli-Greek Alliance?

By Dr. Saleh Al-Naami The Israeli, Cypriot, Greek summit held in Cyprus’s capital city, Nicosia, is another example of how Tel Aviv’s predictions regarding its gas discoveries on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea were realized. Tel Aviv had predicted that its huge gas discoveries in what it claims to be its “economic waters” would […]

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Apartheid In Palestine. Hard Laws and Harder Experiences – Book Review

Reviewed by Ludwig Watzal (Ghada Ageel, ed., Apartheid in Palestine. Hard Laws and Harder Experiences, University of Alberta Press, Edmonton 2016.) Apartheid in Palestine” is a valuable guidance in the struggle for justice in Palestine. Ghada Ageel gathered activists, indigenous Palestinians and scholars, which do not represent the worn-out media views that the public is tired of […]

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