The Mitchell Hamline School of Law seeks to address systemic racism in Minnesota’s criminal justice system…
And a new scholarship program wants to help descendants of Indian Boarding Schools…
Plus, do you or someone you know have an Indigenous story of strength to showcase? Online nominations are open!
Reporter Leah Lemm has these stories…
7 Generation Games has been creating educational games for students and schools across the country. The games blend math, language, and Indigenous history.
In November of 2020, the U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded the company a $1 Million COVID-19 Rapid Response grant to expand their reach and produce a new platform to help meet challenges in education during the pandemic.
The program is called Growing Math, and creates resources for teachers.
This week on Minnesota Native News, White Earth works to deal with homelessness, Flanagan addressed a grieving state and a new exhibit celebrates indigenous engineering.
Duluth Superior Film Festival Is Partnering Again With The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO) For A Virtual Indigenous Film Series.
Reporter Leah Lemm recently had a conversation with Local filmmaker Khayman Goodsky, who will host the series.
MN Native News produces a weekly Special Edition called COVID 19 Community Conversations. Throughout the pandemic, many have shared how their personal and professional lives have been impacted.
Reporter Leah Lemm… and host of Community Conversations… shares two conversations from the program.
The confirmation of Deb Haaland as U.S. Secretary of Interior is a historic moment. Deb Haaland… Now Secretary Haaland… is the first Native person to hold a cabinet position in U.S. History.
Reporter Leah Lemm has reactions to this historic event, from folks in Minnesota.
This week on Minnesota Native News, a plan for indigenous students to get the education they deserve. I’m Marie Rock. The plan comes from Governor Tim Walz and Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan. Reporter Emma Needham (Red Lake Nation) has more.