Coronavirus In Minnesota: Mpls. Chef Brian Yazzie Serving Indigenous Foods To Native Elders During PandemicCommunity leaders says the COVID-19 pandemic is magnifying existing health disparities in the native population. One group is using food to address that, nourishing bodies and souls.
Coronavirus Updates: Native Americans Put Digital Spin On Traditions Amid PandemicNative Americans across the U.S., including Minnesota, are organizing online and social-distancing powwows and posting videos of dances as a way to offer hope and spiritual support during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dakota 38: Mankato Marks 157th Anniversary Of Largest Mass Execution In US HistoryThis still stands as the largest mass execution in U.S. history.
Native American Activists Gathered Again At The Wall Of The ForgottenFor the second night in a row, Native American activists are gathered at the Wall of the Forgotten Natives.
Native American Activists Reoccupied Site Of Former Homeless EncampmentNative American activists are taking a stand against the city of Minneapolis by reoccupying the area that once served as a homeless encampment.
The Startling Scale Of Dysfunction At Minnesota’s Department Of Human ServicesMinnesota's Department of Human Services admits it make a mistake when it overpaid Native American tribes by $29 million for opioid treatment programs over the last several years -- but state lawmakers say that's just one part of a disturbing pattern at the troubled agency.
'There Is No Honor In Racism': Hundreds Attend #NotYourMascot Rally Protesting Washington D.C.'s NFL Team Name, MascotA coalition of tribal governments, Native American activists and supporters of the native community plan to rally Thursday afternoon to urge the Washington Redskins to drop their team name and mascot.
'It Is Completely Outrageous': Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan Says Redskins Team Name Is Racist"The term comes from the scalps ... where people were essentially paid a bounty in cash for the scalps of Native American men, women and children," Flanagan said.
'We're Not Invisible': Minnesota Among Handful Of States Honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day, Not Columbus DayFrom Minnesota to Vermont, at least five states and Washington, D.C., have done away with Columbus Day celebrations in deference to Native Americans, though the federal Columbus Day remains in place.
'We Are Thankful': Pipestone Nat'l Monument To Stop Selling Pipes After Complaints From Native AmericansThe Pipestone National Monument in southwestern Minnesota said it will stop selling pipes following decades of tribal complaints that the sales desecrate sacred grounds.
1st Native American Women Elected To U.S. CongressThe projected victories for the two Native American women mark a milestone in the U.S. political system.