225-Year-Old Columbus Monument Damaged in Baltimore: Captured on Video

Published August 24, 2017 BALTIMORE – Apparently, Christopher Columbus is not safe. As the debate what to do with Confederate statues intensifies in the United States, a 225-year-old monument honoring Christopher Columbus was vandalized early Monday in Baltimore, Maryland. Last week, three statues honoring the Confederacy were taken down in Baltimore, but left behind the Columbus monument. A […]

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Fifth Annual Kansas Tribal Health Summit Set for Next Tuesday – August 29

Published August 24, 2017 Tribes and health organizations come together to improve the health of Indian Country in Kansas. MAYETTA, KANSAS – Health issues impacting American Indians contribute to overall well-being in the lives of tribal citizens. In an effort to improve the health of tribal citizens in Kansas and Nebraska, tribal health officials have set […]

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18th Annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival Set for Oct. 18 – 22

Published August 24, 2017 TORONTO – The 18th Annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is proud to announce the opening and closing galas for the Festival, running October 18-22, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. imagineNATIVE’s opening night gala on Wednesday, October 18 will be Waru at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema. The film, directed by eight Māori women, tells […]

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Award-winning Filmmaker Anne Makepeace to lecture in Muskegon August 24

Published August 23, 2017 MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN – As part of  the Edward S. Curtis:The North American Indian Special Programs series by the Muskegon Museum of Art, the museum will present “Coming to Light,” an award winning film by Anne Makepeace, along with a lecture and Q & A with the filmmaker on Thursday, August 24, at the MMA. The event will […]

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Navajo Nation Mourns the Death of Senior Police Officer Nelson Martin

Published August 23, 2017 KAYENTA, ARIZONA – The Navajo Nation mourns the passing of Senior Police Officer Nelson Martin who died in an off-duty automobile accident on Aug. 21. Martin was a valued member of the Kayenta Police Department and his loss is a shock to the community and the Navajo Nation as a whole. […]

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Meanwhile at the Crow Fair: 81-Year-Old Twins Observe Historic Eclipse

Published August 23, 2017 CROW AGENCY, MONTANA – On Monday, 81-year old twins Chuck and Margo Real Bird (Crow) took time out of enjoying the Crow Fair in Crow Agency, Montana to observe the historic eclipse.  “Margo is my Grandmother, my mother’s mother. Thank you, I adore both of them, there the Real Bird family’s elders, […]

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