Longest Walk 5 is Welcomed like Magi at South of the Border, North Carolina

ON THE BORDER OF SOUTH & NORTH CAROLINA – Around 100 members of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina greeted Dennis Banks and longest walkers as the Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence walked across the border of North and South Carolina on Saturday morning. The long walkers were greeted with a  great welcome […]

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Joanelle Romero Attends White House United State of Women Summit

Published June 26. 2016 WASHINGTON — Joanelle Romero (Apache/Cheyenne), founder and president of the Native Women in Film & Television, was selected by the White House United State of Women summit held in Washington, D.C. on June 14 and 15. The White House United State of Women summit brought together a diverse group of business […]

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Five Inducted into Chickasaw Hall of Fame

Published June 26, 2016 NORMAN, OKLAHOMA – A diverse group of esteemed Chickasaw citizens were added to the Chickasaw Hall of Fame during June 21 ceremonies at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby led induction ceremonies for Lynn Moroney, the late George Dixie Colbert, Dr. Margaret Flansburg, Floyd Gerald “Gerry” Brisco and […]

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Begody-Begay: Family Emergency Pre-empted Trial

WINDOW ROCK – Disqualified Arizona State Senate candidate Candace Begody-Begay told the Navajo Times Friday she missed the hearing on her petition signatures because of a family emergency. Begody-Begay’s election petition was disqualified by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Susan Brnovich Friday after the candidate failed to show up for a scheduled hearing. A Democratic voter […]

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Democrats Nominate Henry Red Cloud for Public Utilities Commissioner

Published June 26, 2016 SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA – Pine Ridge entrepreneur Henry Red Cloud was selected by the South Dakota Democratic Party as its nominee for Public Utilities Commission at its State Convention today. “I am honored to be nominated,” Red Cloud said. “I am eager to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing consumers and utility […]

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Ron Baker (Citizen Potawatomi Nation) Signed by New York Knicks

Published June 26, 2016 NEW YORK — Ron Baker, 23, a tribal citizen of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, was signed by the New York Knicks for a one-year, partially guaranteed, contract on late Thursday night. Baker-6’4″-gained national attention while at Wichita State where he was a shooting guard. During his time at Wichita State, over […]

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