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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.

MN Native News: Interview With Isabella Callery, Nat’l Poetry Competition Winner

MN Native News: Interview With Isabella Callery, Nat’l Poetry Competition Winner

This week on Minnesota Native News, we’re showcasing Isabella Callery, the Minnesota High School senior who recently won a national poetry recitation competition, Poetry Out Loud. She talks about the experience, shows off her poetry skills, and explains the importance of her connections to indigenous poets.

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Minnesota Native News: We Are Still Here

Minnesota Native News: We Are Still Here

It’s American Indian Month in Minnesota! This week on Minnesota Native News we take you to the kick off event in Minneapolis and we hear about the Leech Lake Band’s efforts to overhaul their tribal education system.

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Minnesota Native News: Ogema Organics Focuses on Food Sovereignty

Minnesota Native News: Ogema Organics Focuses on Food Sovereignty

A food sovereignty initiative… grounded in community… strives to increase both food independence… and accessibility to Native foods.

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Minnesota Native News: Recruitment for Twin Cities Native Lacrosse Underway

Minnesota Native News: Recruitment for Twin Cities Native Lacrosse Underway

Coming up, Twin Cities Native Lacrosse is recruiting new players and getting the word out about the sport.

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Minnesota Native News: Recruitment for Twin Cities Native Lacrosse Underway, and Ogema Organics Focuses on Food Sovereignty

Minnesota Native News: Recruitment for Twin Cities Native Lacrosse Underway, and Ogema Organics Focuses on Food Sovereignty

Coming up, Twin Cities Native Lacrosse is recruiting new players and getting the word out about the sport.

And, a food sovereignty initiative, grounded in community, strives to increase both food independence… and accessibility to Native foods.

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Minnesota Native News: Healing from Addiction and a Pow Wow “How-to”

Minnesota Native News: Healing from Addiction and a Pow Wow “How-to”

This week on Minnesota Native News, a new team is in place to help tribal members heal from addictions and the Indigenous Students Association at Augsburg University host a pow wow how-to.

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Celebrating The Sioux Chef

Celebrating The Sioux Chef

On May 5 The James Beard Foundation will present one of only five 2019 leadership awards to Minneapolis-based chef Sean Sherman. In making the award, the James Beard Foundation honored Sean Sherman’s work to revitalize indigenous foods. Part of that effort is the new non-profit, NATIFS. Laurie Stern reports.

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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, the passing of two powerful tribal leaders leads to new elections, and urban Native leaders in Minneapolis seek to find solutions for people facing homelessness in hopes of preventing another “tent city” this summer.

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Minnesota Native News: Film Series Presents “Awake: A Dream From Standing Rock”

Minnesota Native News: Film Series Presents “Awake: A Dream From Standing Rock”

On March 29th, the Augsburg Native American Film Series, along with director Myron Dewey, presents Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock. The film documents the events at Standing Rock and the Dakota Access Pipeline from the water protector’s perspective. Here’s Reporter Leah Lemm with the story.

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Minnesota Native News: What Will You Do for the Water?

Minnesota Native News: What Will You Do for the Water?

This week on Minnesota Native News we get the latest on legal maneuvers to stop the Line 3 oil pipeline replacement and Sharon Day remembers the beloved Grandma Josephine Mandamin [men DAH mIn] who led the first water walk on Turtle Island.

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