Living On Ohlone Land: A Panel Discussion by California Women Tribal Leaders

  Published August 10, 2017 OAKLAND – Approximately 500 people gathered together at the First Congregational Church of Oakland to hear a panel discussion entitled, “Living on Ohlone Land.”  Four California tribal leaders, all women, discussed how non-native organizations can build reciprocity with local indigenous communities. The event was created by the group IPOC or Indian […]

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Save a life for sobriety children’s Pow Wow in Bernallilo New Mexico

Published May 31, 2017 BERNALLILO, NEW MEXICO – A town that goes back in history a thousand  years. More recently it has become a travel/ trade route to Mexico City.  Bernalillo is surrounded by Sandia Mountains and Sandia Pueblo. Steven Bluehorse is Lakota from the Rosebud Indian Reservation.  He is a board member of the […]

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Longest Walk 5.2 at Prairie Band Potawatomi is Blessed With Care

Published May 19, 2017 MAYETTA, KANSAS – Carla Youngbear of the Prarie Band Potawatomi Nation greeted Longest Walk 5.2 with open arms overflowing with love. Dale Weber and Dorothy Neosh traveled from the Menomonee Nation in Wisconsin to assist the Longest Walkers. The Prairie Band Potawatomi had a weeks worth of activities and meetings planned for The […]

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Longest Walk 5.2 Visits Kickapoo Reservation

Published May 3, 2017 HORTON, KANSAS – The Longest Walk 5.2 visited the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas. They were warmly greeted by Rose Allen, who made provisions for the long walkers to have sleeping arrangements. Nora Parker, director of the tribe’s education program,was a tour guide and showed the long walkers the beauty of the […]

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Little Priest Tribal College Priest Maunka Morgan Speaks of Historical Trauma and Ways to Heal

Published April 27, 2017 WINNEBAGO, NEBRASKA – The Longest Walk 5.2 was hosted by the Winnebago Tribe at Winnebago, Nebraska on Wednesday. Little Priest Tribal College President Maunka Morgan, MBA, sat down for a short interview with Native News Online.

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Sinte Gleska University Welcomes Longest Walk 5.2

Published April 24, 2017 MISSION, SOUTH DAKOTA – Members of the Longest Walk 5.2 were joined by Rosebud residents for a prayer walk through town, continuing their mission of calling attention to drug and alcohol abuse and domestic violence in native communities. The group started at the Rosebud Sioux Tribe homeless shelter, where they circled up […]

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