The blood-soaked body of Omar Nayef Zayed, a well-known Palestinian political prisoner who fled Israel decades ago, was found in the garden of the Palestinian Authority’s embassy in Bulgaria on Friday morning. Israeli media were quick to label it an ‘assassination.’
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“Fertile Ground II” is an outcome of recent historic philanthropic roundtable on Indian nutrition Published March 1, 2016 MINNEAPOLIS – The American Heart Association (AHA) and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) are co-sponsoring a major convening to explore opportunities to advance policy work relating to nutrition, food access, and other work to improve health outcomes […]
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Published March 1, 2016 SAN CARLOS INDIAN RESERVATION – As the Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs stopped at the San Carlos Reservation, a celebration of resistance, beauty and family took place at Oak Flat in southern Arizona on February 28. There were Pomo dancers, crown dancers and California Bay Area People helping to protect […]
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Published March 1, 2016 LINCOLN — Through a partnership with Creative Capital, Indigenous filmmakers are eligible to participate in key webinars at no cost. Creative Capital helps artists acquire skills that enhance their capacity for creative and professional success through access to advisers, consultants, business and financial planning, and other career development opportunities. This partnership allows Indigenous […]
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Support Aimed at Helping Native Students Become College-, Career-Ready Published February 29, 2016 WASHINGTON— Coming off the success of the pilot program rolled out last year, the U.S. Department of Education today announced it is more than tripling – from $5.3 million to $17.4 million – the availability of funding for grants to help Native […]
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Phil Griego faces nine counts including bribery, fraud, perjury, tampering with public records and violating the ethical principles of public service.
Gov. Susana Martinez signed a bill on Monday that aims to make it easier for New Mexicans to track money flowing through the state’s political system.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to revisit the standards it set in 1992 — and potentially redefine the next era of abortion restrictions in the United States — when it takes up a legal challenge to Texas’ 2013 abortion restrictions.