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July 18, 2024 Levi Rickert
Native Vote 2024. MILWAUKEE, Wisc. — Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) said on Wednesday she thinks she should be the secretary of the Interior in the Trump administration if he is elected this November.
July 18, 2024 Native News Online Staff Currents 671
The White House announced on Wednesday that President Joe Biden, 81, tested positive for Covid while on a campaign stop in Las Vegasu, Nevada.
July 15, 2024 Levi Rickert Opinion 3556
Opinion. On April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. left his motel room to go to dinner with fellow civil rights leaders and was shot and killed by an assassin’s bullet. Dr. King’s assassination flared civil unrest across the country with riots breaking out in major cities.
July 14, 2024 Professor Victoria Sutton Opinion 1339
Guest Opinion. T he Cape Fear River is the only River in N.C. that flows directly into the Atlantic Ocean. It has been industrialized, dammed, locks have been built, it has been navigated and commercialized, and poisoned. The most recent poison threatens to be there forever.
July 18, 2024 James Giago Davies, Lakota Times Sovereignty 444
CHEYENNE, WY— Last week the United States Air Force (USAF) met with various tribal representatives at Warren Air Force Base to discuss the upcoming Minute Man Missile construction, and how that construction might negatively impact tribal cultural sites. This meeting was addressed over the weekend at the Great Plains Tribal Chairman’s Association (GPTCA) meeting in Rapid City.
July 15, 2024 Native News Online Staff Sovereignty 12324
The Five Civilized Tribes of Oklahoma announced a wildlife management reciprocity agreement that will allow tribal citizens of the Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Muscogee Nation, and soon the Seminole Nation to enjoy hunting and fishing in participating tribes’ treaty territories.
July 09, 2024 Zuni Youth Enrichment Project Education 988
ZUNI, NM — The Zuni Youth Enrichment Project announced today that its in- and after-school programs served 563 students during this past school year. The programs were conducted in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Healthy’s Healthy Kids Healthy Communities initiative, Centers for Disease Control’s Tribal Practices for Wellness in Indian Country, Zuni Education and Career Development Center and Zuni Public School District.
July 06, 2024 Kyle Mittan, University of Arizona... Education 1642
A new center at the University of Arizona is one of only four designated by the U.S. Department of Education to lead a collective effort to empower tribal communities across the country to revitalize and maintain their languages.
Arts & Entertainment
July 18, 2024 Braden Harper, Mvskoke Media Arts & Entertainment 520
MVSKOKE RESERVATION – When the Oklahoma temperatures are at their hottest, and the sunsets are at their longest, that can only mean one thing, it is time for the Mvskoke Festival to commence. This year brought a slate full of fair rides, sports tournaments, rodeos, art markets and food vendors. Tournaments began on Friday, June 14 and ran through Sunday, June 23.
July 16, 2024 Chickasaw Nation Media Arts & Entertainment 1266
ADA, Okla. – Music, movies and camaraderie all come together at the historic McSwain Theatre. Nestled on the corner of Main and Townsend, the theater boasts classic films, variety shows, concerts and more. Under Chickasaw Nation ownership, the McSwain Theatre is set to host a 15-year anniversary celebration 7 p.m., July 20.
July 11, 2024 Elyse Wild Environment 3248
The public comment period for the cooperative management plan for Bears Ears National Monument ended on June 11 and is currently under review, the Bears Ears Commission announced yesterday.
July 10, 2024 Native News Online Staff Environment 1903
An Alaska Native village on the Kachemak Bay coastal shores in the southern Kenai Peninsula just became the first tribe in the state to receive a tsunami preparedness certification from the National Weather Service.