On October 13th from 10AM to 5PM a silent auction will be live streamed to help fundraise for the 2019 Women And Water Symposium.
 
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This week's stories:  New Native American voting rights act legislation introduced; Native Helpline receives its 1000th call; Twelve to be inducted into the Native American Hall of Fame; Gabriel Ayala to receive the Man of the Year award; Michael Greyeyes to receive the Augie award.
 
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By David Dallago
- News From Indian Country (NFIC) -

New Mexican organizations are combining new behavioral health with high tech and low-tech strategies to fight addiction across the Navajo reservation in Northern New Mexico.
 
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by Sandra Hale Schulman
- News From Indian Country (NFIC) -

Orlando, Florida is well known for Disney World and Superhero movie themed rides but there is culture among the cartoons. American Indian history and culture come to life in a new art exhibition at Walt Disney World Resort that debuted July 27th. “Creating Tradition: Innovation and Change in American Indian Art” at Epcot Center displays the work of contemporary Native artists alongside artifacts from past centuries, linking how ancestral craftsmanship influences modern generations.
 
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This week's stories:  The Yellowstone grizzly bear to be re-listed as threatened; Celebrating Orange Shirt Day across Canada and the U.S.; Cherokee Nation Healthcare Service to support military health system; Jesse Ed Davis to be inducted into the Native American Music Hall of Fame; Black Eyed Peas to perform at Indigenous Peoples Day in LA.
 
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The Madeline Island Jingle Dress Dancer will debut on September 30th on Madeline Island with other activities planned throughout the day. All Jingle Dress dancers are invited to come and dance.
 
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By Winona LaDuke
- News From Indian Country (NFIC) -

August was marked by three new landmarks in Native resistance to pipelines, in Canada, Minnesota, and North Dakota.  On August 29, 26 people were cited in downtown Bemidji after stopping traffic for four hours.  Ojibwe women from Red Lake, Leech Lake and White Earth, including Dawn Goodwin, Mary Jourdain, and others, were joined with the Board Chair of the Sierra Club, Lauron Blackford, Nellis Kennedy (Sierra Club’s Equity and Inclusion Director) and a number of Church leaders from Lutheran and other congregations in the state.
 
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