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

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

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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.

MN Native News: MN Historical Society Works With Tribes On Historic Sacred Site

MN Native News: MN Historical Society Works With Tribes On Historic Sacred Site

This week on Minnesota Native News: We hear about the Minnesota Historical Society’s decision to keep a historic native burial site in northern Minnesota closed to the general public, and how tribes are working together to protect the site. Here’s reporter Cole Premo.

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Minnesota Native News: A New Play Makes Its Premiere

Minnesota Native News: A New Play Makes Its Premiere

A new play by a Navajo playwright makes its world premiere in the Twin Cities…

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Minnesota Native News: Midterm Elections Make History

Minnesota Native News: Midterm Elections Make History

We’ll hear from Minnesotans and their reactions to Lieutenant Governor-elect Peggy Flanagan’s historic election…

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Minnesota Native News: Midterm Elections Make History And A New Play Makes Its Premiere

Minnesota Native News: Midterm Elections Make History And A New Play Makes Its Premiere

We’ll hear from Minnesotans and their reactions to Lieutenant Governor-elect Peggy Flanagan’s historic election…
And, a new play by a Navajo playwright makes its world premiere in the Twin Cities…

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Minnesota Native News: Healing & Homelessness in Minneapolis

Minnesota Native News: Healing & Homelessness in Minneapolis

4 people have now died at the homeless encampment in Minneapolis.

The site – also called the Wall of Forgotten Natives for the many Native residents there — was established by individuals and families without shelter.

But it’s become the central focus of many urban Native agencies in the Twin Cities.

On October 29th those agencies gathered the community together to talk about how to move forward.

Reporter Melissa Townsend has the story

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Minnesota Native News: ‘Warrior Up’ for the Community

Minnesota Native News: ‘Warrior Up’ for the Community

This week on Minnesota Native News, the latest on the tent camp in Minneapolis, an all-out effort to recruit more Native foster homes, and getting out the vote in Indian Country.

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Minnesota Native News: The Rez Reporter Talks Comedy

Minnesota Native News: The Rez Reporter Talks Comedy

Comedian Rob Fairbanks talks about the power of humor…

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Minnesota Native News: A Minneapolis Organization Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness

Minnesota Native News: A Minneapolis Organization Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness

An organization based in Minneapolis is raising breast cancer awareness with “Indigenous Pink Day” …

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Minnesota Native News: A Minneapolis Organization Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness and the Rez Reporter Talks Comedy

Minnesota Native News: A Minneapolis Organization Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness and the Rez Reporter Talks Comedy

An organization based in Minneapolis is raising breast cancer awareness with “Indigenous Pink Day” …

And, comedian Rob Fairbanks talks about the power of humor…

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Minn. Native News: Prairie Island Joins Other MN Dakota Tribes In Opioid Lawsuit

Minn. Native News: Prairie Island Joins Other MN Dakota Tribes In Opioid Lawsuit

This week on Minnesota Native News, we hear from the Prairie Island Indian Community, which has joined other Minnesota Dakota tribes in a lawsuit against the opioid industry. It’s a historic fight that extends far beyond Minnesota.

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