Guest Commentary Published October 23, 2016 Mark Trahant / Trahant Reports What does a landslide look like? And, more important, what would that mean for Native American candidates? First: Hillary Clinton is peaking at the ideal moment. And, at the same time, Donald Trump’s campaign is imploding. He had a bad week, a poor debate, […]
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Published October 23, 2016 WINDOW ROCK – Molita Yazzie remembers herself as a teen mom, holding her child and thinking, “My life is over.” “I never imagined that at 50 I’d be graduating from the world’s Number One university,” she said. But that’s exactly what’s happening. In a few weeks, Yazzie, of Mesa, Arizona, will […]
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Published October 23, 2016 ADA, OKLAHOMA – The Chickasaw Nation and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently inked a “Tribal Environmental Plan” which could lead to federal funding for environmental projects important to the Chickasaw Nation. Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Community Services Wayne Scribner was joined by Arturo Blanco, director, EPA-Office of Environmental Justice, Tribal, […]
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Published October 22, 2016 CANNON BALL, NORTH DAKOTA — Some 300 land protectors faced police officers armed with assault weapons, pepper spray and batons as they continued their fight to stop the Dakota Access pipeline three miles west of Highway 1806 in Morton County, North Dakota on Saturday. 83 were arrested. Land protectors say the […]
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Published October 22, 2016 TORONTO — Actress, writer and producer Roseanne Supernault (Métis of Cree) marks 2016 as her biggest year yet with a list of highly anticipated projects. First up is award winning feature film “The Northlander” is set to make its Ontario premiere at the 2016 ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival on […]
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Using her line item veto power, here’s what the governor saved when she signed Senate Bill 8, which defunds dozens of other projects.
“The Purge” is a fictitious and extreme portrayal of criminalization of poverty in America. We are obviously not that far gone, but criminalization of poverty is a harsh reality in America.
Every 20 years, global city leaders gather to sketch out urban futures together. Their view of slums is through money-tinted glasses.
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