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November 27, 2021 Native News Online Staff
In recent years there has been more stories reported by the national media on the reality of what happened on the "first" Thanksgiving 400 years ago between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag.
Currents
November 27, 2021 Jenna Kunze Currents 517
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in Palm Springs, California, are hoping to expand their reservation by about 2,650 acres.
Opinion
November 25, 2021 Chuck Hoskin Jr Opinion 468
Forty-one years ago this week I was a kindergartener at Riverside School in Vinita, Oklahoma, celebrating Thanksgiving. I could choose to make a “pilgrim” or an “Indian” costume, per my well-meaning teacher. I chose the Indian costume, which I made out of a paper sack. Then we ate and recited why we were thankful. My parents assured me later that day that I didn’t need a costume to be Cherokee because I was a Cherokee every day. That was important for me to hear. All of it was my first real and enduring Thanksgiving memory.
November 25, 2021 Chef Nephi Craig, BHT, ACRPS Opinion 799
Guest Opinion. Every year in November, Americans either knowingly or unknowingly celebrate settler colonialism, by gathering friends and family members of all ages to perpetuate a false narrative. Indigenous peoples have always been ignored when we have voiced our truth on the fourth Thursday in November.
Sovereignty
November 04, 2021 Native News Online Staff Sovereignty 2860
The U.S. Department of State on Wednesday announced National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) President Fawn Sharp has been credentialed as a delegate during the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) that is currently in session in Glasgow, United Kingdom.
November 03, 2021 Valerie Vande Panne Sovereignty 6233
Café Gozhóó, the empty gas station shown as the seeds of a vision in the documentary 'Gather,' is now a busy café open for business at the White Mountain Apache Reservation in Northeastern Arizona. For Nephi Craig, the café’s chef, program coordinator, and creator, it’s the end of a long journey, and the beginning of a new one—one of healing, reciprocity, restoration, and nutritional recovery.
Education
November 23, 2021 Aaron Payment Education 1411
Guest Opinion. As an American Indian who grew up in a rural Indian economic slum before my tribe was federally recognized in 1972, we were extremely poor. The location of my tribal headquarters in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan was one of the first three settlements in what is now the United States. Not federal recognized, my Tribe was subjected to engineered poverty.
November 01, 2021 Native News Online Staff Education 4588
In an effort to increase its enrollment of Native American students, the University of Minnesota on Monday announced an expansion of Native American student tuition support.
Arts & Entertainment
November 23, 2021 Native News Online Staff Arts & Entertainment 1171
Sterlin Harjo’s new documentary feature, Love and Fury, has been picked up for distribution by ARRAY Releasing.
November 20, 2021 Darren Thompson Arts & Entertainment 1122
Richmond, VA—On Friday November 19, the Pocahontas Reframed Storytellers Film Festival began its fifth year of festivities with both a live and virtual film festival highlighting Indigenous voices, stories, filmmakers, producers, and writers. The festival was hosted at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Health
Environment
November 12, 2021 Jenna Kunze Environment 3732
A 7,000 square mile area off the central coast of California that includes ancestral Native sites and unique biodiversity is underway to become the first tribal-led marine sanctuary in the U.S.
November 09, 2021 Darren Thompson Environment 18343
ST. PAUL, Minn. — The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Minnesota based Native Sun Community Power Development over $6.5 million for what’s being touted as the Upper Midwest Inter-Tribal Electronic Vehicle (EV) Charging Community Network.