November 2019 Heritage Month
6 Thanksgiving Myths and the Wampanoag Side of the Story
Native American Girls Describe the REAL History Behind Thanksgiving
6 Native American girls school us on the REAL history of Thanksgiving
link to watch the truth
November 22, 2019
Its a shame – now the make law that people what protecting the water,
get arrested – and this in the 21 th century
Wisconsin Governor Signs Bill Criminalizing Pipeline Protesters
link for the news report
Oktober 21, 2019
Native American tribe regains island taken after 1860 massacre
Oktober 18, 2019
Tribes Are Pushing Washington to Be the First State to Declare a Climate Emergency
link for the News Report and the Action
Oktober 7, 2019
Here are five young activists raising their voice against climate change, and urging the world to wake up to the growing crisis.
The link for the Report and the Actions
September 30, 2019
Australian Aboriginals To Get Billions In Compensation for
Land & Spiritual Loss
Aboriginals in Australia have won a pioneering and monumental case that paves the path for billions of dollars in compensation claims for their colonial land that were lost. This compensation also covers for the loss of religious association.
Read more about it here
September 30, 2019
Native American tribe becomes first to pass hate crime law protecting
The Oglala Sioux Tribe may have become the first Native American tribe to introduce a hate crime law protecting LGBT+ and two spirit people.
read here for the report
September 25, 2019
Chief Standing Bear
Who Fought for Native American Freedoms
Is Honored With a Statue in the Capitol
‘That hand is not the color of yours,
but if I pierce it,
I shall feel pain,’
the chief famously said during a landmark 1879 trial
Klick here and read it
September 23, 2019
Indigenous women traveled 3,000 miles to save an Alaskan forest
This story was originally published by Mother Jones and is reproduced
here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.
link for the NEWS
September 6, 2019
Relearning The Star Stories Of Indigenous Peoples
How the lost constellations of indigenous North Americans can connect culture,
science, and inspire the next generation of scientists.
by Christie Taylor
Klick here and you see the report and the stories
August 26, 2019
Female Chief in the Amazon is on a Mission to Save the Rain Forest
As the wildfires rage on in the Brazilian Amazon, Ajareaty Waiapi is attending school at age 59 to educate herself and the rest of the world about saving and conserving the world’s largest tropical rain forest.
link for the Report and Video
May 30, 2019
Navajo Mark Charles Announces He is Running for President in 2020
Wants “We the People” to Mean “All the People”
by Levi Rickert
Klick here an you see the reprot and the video
May 15, 2019
Amazon Tribe Wins Lawsuit Against Big Oil, Saving Millions Of Acres Of Rainforest
May 7, 2019
Indigenous matriarchs stand together in dark times. . .
A group of eight North American Indigenous elder women, weathered in front-line resistance, fluent in their languages and rich in traditional teachings, have joined forces to protect the sacred knowledge needed for future generations to face a climate in crisis.
The Spirit Aligned Leadership Program chose the eight women from over 200 applicants, from across North America, naming them as Legacy Leaders, acknowledging their lifelong commitments to their cultures and communities. It is the second circle of legacy leaders who will participate in the fellowship intended to strengthen their sisterhood, share their life teachings, and plan pathways forward.
The women are Haida, Cheyenne, Cherokee, Ojibwe, Ute and beyond.
link for the news report
April 3, 2019
New Mexico Will Celebrate Indigenous Peoples‘ Day Instead Of Columbus Day From Now On
March 19, 2019
These Haunting Red Dresses Memorialize Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women
Artist Jaime Black says the REDress Project is an expression of her grief for thousands of Native victims
Native women are disproportionately affected by violence. A 2016 study by the National Institute of Justice estimated that 84 percent of American Indian and Alaska Native women have experienced violence in their lifetime compared to 71 percent of non-Hispanic white women.
August 17, 2016
KOLC-TV went on location to Cannon Ball North Dakota to report on the Dakota Access Pipeline rally that was being held on near the Standing Rock Sioux tribes lands.
The person speaking is Jon Eagle Sr., tribal Historical Preservation Officer. Could not get his name when editing this peace for a lower thirds title placement, sorry. Will add when we do longer piece.
This report came on August 17th 2016. It is a short piece taken from our footage. A longer report will come later.
July 27, 2016
David Bald Eagle, Lakota Chief, Musician, Cowboy And Actor, Dies At 97
March 24, 2016
Indigenous Women Unite to Defend the Amazon, Mother Earth and Climate Justice
Klick here an read the report
Februar 20, 2017
In a fresh start in customary forest recognition by the State, President Joko Widodo bestows the right to manage customary forests on nine indigenous communities
1988 Performance Floyd Westermann
Elder Dennis Banks (Nimishoomis Nowa Cumig): Chippewa-Ojibway – Knee ’73, Standing Rock