American Indian Movement Leader Dennis Banks Passes AwayThe family of American Indian activist Dennis Banks says he was surrounded by family when he died at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
Woman Severely Injured In DAPL Protest Brought To HCMCA woman from New York is in a Minneapolis hospital Tuesday. She is going through surgeries after claims of being hit with a grenade at Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
Report: Dog The Bounty Hunter To Help In Search Of Missing Minn. WomanReality TV star Dog the Bounty Hunter is reportedly lending his services in a search for a missing Minnesota woman.
PODCAST PAGE: 10-13-14 Dave Lee-The WCCO Morning NewsIndigenous People's Day was a busy one for Dave Lee. Click the link to listen back to some highlights from the show on THE PODCAST PAGE.
U.S. Patent Office Rules To Cancel Redskins Trademark>Minnesotans involved in the fight against Native American mascots are cheering Wednesday’s federal action against the NFL’s Washington Redskins.
American Indian Movement To Protest At Vikings GameThe Minnesota American Indian movement announced Wednesday it's planning a march downtown Thursday before the Vikings play the Washington Redskins at the Metrodome. The group also took legal action Wednesday, petitioning the state to look at stopping funding for the new Vikings stadium if the word “Redskins” is going to be used there.
Metrodome Operators Won't Block Use Of Redskins Offensive, illegal and painful. Those are just some of the words the American Indian movement leaders of Minnesota used Friday to describe the Washington NFL team name: the Redskins. The Vikings play the Washington Redskins at the Metrodome on Nov. 7.
Hundreds Attend Native American Protest At MOAThe group Idle No More held a major gathering early Saturday evening at the Mall of America. Idle is a protest movement focusing on the rights and interests of the First Nations peoples of Canada and Native Americans.
Artists Depict Wounded Knee Massacre, Occupation Jerry Fogg was just a teenager when he was handed a gun and told to help guard the South Dakota town of Wounded Knee during one of the most public displays of protest by the American Indian Movement nearly four decades ago.