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MPRB passes glyphosate use moratorium

MPRB Commissioners set a moratorium Oct. 17, 2018 on the use of glyphosate in all MPRB land and water resource management activities by Park Staff, consultants and contractors beginning January 1st 2019. The resolution also establishes a 15-member Technical and Community Advisory Committee to research viable alternatives to using glyphosate and [...]

MIGIZI new building

MIGIZI new building

By KELLY DRUMMER, Migizi Executive Director The new building at 3017 27th Ave. South. MIGIZI Communications purchased a new building this summer and has designed plans to house all of its programs Native Academy, Sacred Visions, Native Youth Futures, First Person Productions and Green Jobs Pathway; at 3017 27th Av. So. Between Gandhi Mahal [...]

Party planned for Karen Clark

Party planned for Karen Clark

October 2018 Alley Newspaper

October 2018 Alley Newspaper

What’s Up at the Franklin Community Library – October 2018

What’s Up at the Franklin Community Library – October 2018

All Ages MNSpin Live Spotlight: Larry McDonough Quartet Tues. Oct. 2, 10-11 am Last Dec. HN Library launched MnSpin, an online music platform featuring a curated selection of music by local Minnesota artists. Hear one of those artists, the Larry McDonough Quartet, as they share their unique brand of jazz. With: Friends of Library. Funded: MN [...]

Marie Sandvik Center – October 2018

Marie Sandvik Center – October 2018

Hennepin County elections

Questions answered by candidates for County Commissioner & Sheriff By JOHN CHARLES WILSON With the help of my friends Lee Leichentritt and Peter Molenaar, and our editor Harvey Winje, I developed a questionnaire for candidates for Hennepin County Commissioner District 4 and Hennepin County Sheriff. Each candidate was asked to pick two topics [...]

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, activist, writer, educator extraordinaire

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, activist, writer, educator extraordinaire

DICK BANCROFTTed Means, Pat Bellanger, and Bill Wahpepah standing at the podium where speeches and over a hundred testimonies of abuse and exploitation were given at the 1977 UN Geneva Conference. Roxanne was born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1939 and grew up in Central Oklahoma, daughter of a sharecropper and a mother that Dunbar believes to have [...]

First Declaration of Indigenous Peoples Day at the 1977 Geneva UN Conference

The Native nations from the USA sent a delegation of thirteen members plus staff and observers. In addition, the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) Federation sent a separate delegation of twelve, plus several observers. Five of the US delegates were affiliated with IITC: Russell Means (Lakota), David Monongye (Hopi, Hotevilla), Phillip Deere (Muscogee), [...]

Indigenous Peoples Day Events

Indigenous Peoples Day Events

Indigenous Peoples Day Festival October 6 – 7 All My Relations Gallery (AMRA), and Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) is hosting an Indigenous Peoples Day Festival to raise awareness, and provide education of Native American Arts.   Augsburg University Native American Film Series 2018 Presents “The Eagle and [...]

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