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Minnesota Native News: The Fight Against Sex Traffic

Minnesota Native News: The Fight Against Sex Traffic

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Minnesota Native News continues its reporting on legislative , tribal and agency efforts to help women victimized by the sex trade.

Minnesota Native News: Legislative Update

Minnesota Native News: Legislative Update

This week on Minnesota Native News we look back at the legislative session and two proposals that will impact tribes and Native people in the state.

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Minnesota Native News: Youth Visit Rome

Minnesota Native News: Youth Visit Rome

And a group visits the Vatican to request the revocation of the Doctrine of Discovery.

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Minnesota Native News: Theater Festival Announced

Minnesota Native News: Theater Festival Announced

A playwright and actor talks about an upcoming theater festival.

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Minnesota Native News: New Language School Opens

Minnesota Native News: New Language School Opens

A new early headstart and preschool focusing on Dakota language is opening in the Lower Sioux community.

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Minnesota Native News: New Language School Opens, Theater Festival Announced, and Youth Visit Rome

Minnesota Native News: New Language School Opens, Theater Festival Announced, and Youth Visit Rome

A new early headstart and preschool focusing on Dakota language is opening in the Lower Sioux community…
A playwright and actor talks about an upcoming theater festival…
And a group visits the Vatican to request the revocation of the Doctrine of Discovery.

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Minnesota Native News: Moving Forward in a Good Way

Minnesota Native News: Moving Forward in a Good Way

This week on Minnesota Native News we hear the latest on the line 3 oil pipeline permitting process and visit a celebration for new Native physicians.

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Tribes band together to support healthy activity in St Paul MN

Tribes band together to support healthy activity in St Paul MN

Tribes band together to support healthy activity in St Paul MN

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MN Native News: “Bowwow Powwow” Released

MN Native News: “Bowwow Powwow” Released

A new children’s book written by Brenda J Child, illustrated by Jonathan Thunder, and translated into Ojibwe by Gordon Jourdain, has hit the shelves.

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MN Native News: 6 Hurt In Little Earth Shootings & Line 3 Protest Event

MN Native News: 6 Hurt In Little Earth Shootings & Line 3 Protest Event

This week on Minnesota Native News, we hear the latest after a shooting injured 6 in Minneapolis’ Little Earth community. We also hear about an event that brings the fight to block the Line 3 oil pipeline right to the front steps of the Public Utilities Commission. Here’s reporter Cole Premo with both of those stories.

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MN Native News: A Year of Firsts

MN Native News: A Year of Firsts

This week on Minnesota Native News; Prairie Island Indian Community vies for 40-million dollars for renewable energy projects, tribes come together to support Native health and Hopkins School District American Indian Education has a year of firsts.

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