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ALCATRAZ ISLAND, Calif. — Thousands of Native Americans and allies boarded ferries at Pier 33 in San Francisco during the pre-dawn hours of Thursday to attend the International Indian Treaty Council's Annual Indigenous Peoples' Thanksgiving Sunrise Gathering on Alcatraz Island.

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Three million people lined the parade route to watch the 2022 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City this morning. The large crowd viewed the Wampanoag Tribe’s “People of First Light” float that debuted in the parade. Millions others viewed historic parade on television on NBC.

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“Good morning!” U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola (Yup’ik) tweeted on Wednesday morning. “Let's win this election.” 

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.— The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has awarded a grant of $100,000 to the nonprofit Local Media Foundation on behalf of Native News Online, a leading independent news outlet that covers important news across Indian Country. 

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This story originally ran on Thanksgiving Day 2021. Millions of viewers who tuned in today to watch the 2021 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade were treated with a blessing by Mashpee Wampanoag tribal elders Carolyn Wynne (Otter Clan) and Siobhan Brown, who acknowledged the Lenape territory of Manahatta.

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This week in Tribal Business News, Native attorneys weigh on the historic lack of Indigenous voices as the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the Brackeen case, three Michigan tribes partner on a construction and real estate joint venture; and a gaming expert reflects on California’s recent vote in favor of sovereignty in tribal gaming. 

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The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi and its Four Winds Casinos are making 1,000 families in need happy this Thanksgiving through a giveaway of holiday food boxes.

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WASHINGTON — In addition to articles already covered by Native News Online, here is a roundup of other news released from Washington, D.C. that impacts Indian Country recently.

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This week on Native Bidaské (Spotlight), Native News Online editor Levi Rickert welcomed legendary Olympic Gold Medalist Billy Mills (Oglala Sioux Tribe) to the show to discuss how he triumphed over obstacles he encountered during his life.