This week on Minnesota Native News, we dive into the new hit series Reservation Dogs, which is mid-way through its first season. Reservation Dogs is an all-indigenous production. Diego Luke reports.
Applications for the 12th cohort of the Native Nations Rebuilders Program are now open. The program is operated by the Native Governance Center.
And the Native American Community Clinic in Minneapolis is now requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for its health center staff.
This week on Minnesota Native News, a new state judge brings a wealth of Indian Country expertise and a new partnership gives Native students a place to practice traditional ways.
A new initiative focused on enhancing reporting on violence against Native women and girls in the United States has chosen a new director.
And the Minnesota Historical Society announces recipients for the 2021 Native American Artist-in-Residence program.
This is Minnesota Native News, I’m Marie Rock. This week on Minnesota Native News, we hear about the Fond Du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa’s proposal to reintroduce elk to its reservation and surrounding area in an effort to build the elk population in Minnesota. We speak with the band’s wildlife biologist Mike Schrage for more on the repopulation effort. Here’s reporter Cole Premo.
The podcast, Indigenized Connections On Air, examines tribal issues and leadership through a lens of Economic Development.
And the Counter Stories podcast recently featured an in-depth conversation about Indian Boarding Schools and their Intentional Trauma.
This week on Minnesota Native News, Ojibwe tribes take a stand for wild rice and a sculpture takes shape at the Walker Art Center.
This week on Minnesota Native News, we hear from Karen Diver, the inaugural appointment of a new and unique senior-level tribal affairs position at the University of Minnesota. Plus, an update on the Line 3 pipeline replacement project that has sparked protest in northern Minnesota. Here’s reporter Cole Premo.