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AUTUMN IN OUR HEARTS

AUTUMN IN OUR HEARTS

This future leader will be able to walk through the English curtain at will and leave it all behind having learned Objibwe and/or Dakota culture, traditions, and language; and the wholeness of the circle of life. He will understand how important autumn is…the timing of the leaves that turn to color – bronze, yellow, orange, red – signal when [...]

Theatre’s Community Soul

Theatre’s Community Soul

BY SANDY SPIELER* Perhaps it seems like a contradiction to be a professional theatre with a community soul.  Our internal dilemmas---about speaking our artistic voices while also giving community participants a voice; about providing our company with livable wages while keeping the theatre work inexpensive and affordable---are not separate from [...]

Clyde Turner Basketball Camp At East Phillips Park Cultural & Community Center-17th Ave. & Phillips Community Center-13th Ave.

Clyde Turner Basketball Camp At East Phillips Park Cultural & Community Center-17th Ave. & Phillips Community Center-13th Ave.

Coach Karim Jackson says, “Stretch you arms way out!” “Keep them up.” “Now you have it! “That’s Good!” Is MORE than Basketball! BY CAROL PASS The highlight of summer for hundreds of Phillips kids is the Clyde Turner Youth Basketball Camp. Approximately eighty boys and girls from nine to seventeen years of age filled the East [...]

June 2017 Alley Newspaper

June 2017 Alley Newspaper

Native Culture, Cuisine, & Good Will: Tours, France also savoring French Culture, Cuisine, History and Politics

Native Culture, Cuisine, & Good Will: Tours, France also savoring French Culture, Cuisine, History and Politics

AIM Interpretive Center Achieves Success in Tours France By Norma Renville & Jack Swanson After two years of planning and development work conducted by American Indian Movement Interpretive Center (AIMIC) board members, staff and consultants the AIMIC sold over 750 bags of White Earth’s Organically Certified Wild Rice at the Foire de Tours [...]

East Phillips SummerFest

East Phillips SummerFest

Midtown Global Music Festival

Midtown Global Music Festival

Little Earth Mother’s Day Powwow

Little Earth Mother’s Day Powwow

A FREE Event Celebrating the Spirit of our Community, family friendly, and open to the public; rain or shine.. Be sure to bring your own lawn chair or blanket for seating. No Alcohol, No Drugs, No Fire Arms permitted.

AMERICAN INDIAN MONTH: FRANKLIN AV, CEDAR FIELD, & TOURS, FRANCE

AMERICAN INDIAN MONTH: FRANKLIN AV, CEDAR FIELD, & TOURS, FRANCE

American Indian Month begins with a Parade along the American Indian Cultural Corridor blocks of East Franklin Avenue and continues with Open Houses, Pow Wows, Fairs, and other special events by the many American Indian organizations here in the Phillips Community and throughout Minnesota.  It is a focused celebration and validation of the rich [...]

Is Peace Even Possible?

Is Peace Even Possible?

BY PATRICK CABELLO HANSEL I am writing this on the day that President Trump unveiled his proposed budget, the farthest thing from a “peace budget” that I can remember. It proposes a 10% boost in military spending, even though the U.S. spends more than the next 8 countries combined, and has been involved in more wars since World War II. (And [...]

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