Hosted by the Children’s Culture Connection!

Bloomington MN. Global Celebration Sat, June 20 9am – 1:00pm. Bloomington Civic Plaza, 1800 West Old Shakopee Rd. Becky Wiggins will be selling her jewelry. Many culturals  will be there. Native American, Japanese, Philippine, Hmong, etc. Brass Messengis Band. Hayor Bibimma. Farmer Market. For more information, call 952-563-4957 V/tty.

Reclaiming Our Heritage

Education Day Reclaiming Our Heritage June 16, 2009 William Mitchell College of Law – Auditorium 875 Summit Avenue St. Paul, MN 55105 (Corner of Summit and Victoria , Parking available in WMCL Lot ) Theme: “Reclaiming Our Heritage” – Community members and social service professionals will come together to learn how Historical Grief has impacted […]

The Native American boarding schools / Baseball

http://www.sctimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/200906090030/NEWS01/106090013 The Native American boarding schools run by religious orders and the federal government more than 100 years ago were designed to assimilate Indians into white America. Efforts to populate these schools ripped young children from their families and their cultures and left bitter memories of boarding schools in Native American communities. But one story […]

Art in the Garden – Pottery sale

Hello friends: The Claybuddies are having our annual Art in the Garden – Pottery sale on Saturday & Sunday, May 30 & 31, 10:00am to 5:00pm. It will be held at 4309 44th Avenue South in Minneapolis (as usual). This year, we will have 10 artists participating and hope you will be able to stop […]

5th Annual Ceremonia Chalchiutlicue & Environmental Justice Summit

Please visit online www.chalchiutlicue.org tele: 612.600.8272 Friday May 29, 2009 Environmental Justice Summit 9am – 3:30pm Paul and Sheila Wellstone Center 179 Robie St. Saint Paul, MN 55107 Saturday, May 30, 2009 March for Water & Ceremonia Chalchiutliecue 11am-4pm March starts at the Minneapolis American Indian Center 1530 East Franklin Ave, Mpls, MN 55407 Saturday, […]

My name is Gina Yellow Eagle

My name is Gina Yellow Eagle I am a member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Tribe. I’m also a Sales Rep for Native American Office Products & Supply also known as NAOPS. I can offer you office furniture below retail price. We also have a full line of office supplies from our 2009 catalog. With […]

Steve Vander Water (J.S. Bean Factory Coffee Shop)

http://www.jsbeanfactory.com/> Crow Creek Fundraiser Saturday, May 30 2009, 2:00pm - 10:00pm Benefit and Fundraiser for the Crow Creek Indian Reservation in South Dakota.  Sponsored by the Crow Creek Longriders.  Join us for an all day event including live music, food, and a silent auction.

Crow Creek Tribe Please Join The $5 Challenge For Change!

CAN-DO NEWSLETTER – May 13, 2009 We want to thank everyone for participating CAN-DO’s $5 Dollar “Challenge for Change” We started this challenge on March 3rd as a “social experiment”. We were not prepared for such an amazing response- In just 8 weeks your $5’s turned in to $2,745. CAN-DO’s $5 Dollar “Challenge for Change” […]

Nakoma is an artist, writer, lecturer, singer and traditional dancer

http://www.nativecircle.com/nakoma.htm Nakoma is an artist, writer, lecturer, singer and traditional dancer.  His beautiful art which is so perfectly teamed with his words of wisdom, will do much more than just hang on a wall.  It will teach, inspire & move you for years- We promise.

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA)

http://amin.umn.edu/naisa2009/#committee Nov 29th, 2008 Posted in GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS | Edit | no comment » May 21-23, 2009 the Department of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota will host the first meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA). This is the third of three meetings that culminated in the creation […]

Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc of the Twin Cities area

Hello to All My Relatives, As a supporter of Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc of the Twin Cities area, I am forwarding this information on the 5th Annual Chalchiutlique Environmental Summit & Cultural Celebration, May 29 -31, 2009.  I participated in last years celebration and had the privilege of dancing in Ceremonia Chalchiutlique with the danzantes to […]

Apology for Abuses at US Indian Schools

petition overview | letter Target: President of the United States Sponsored by: White Bison Inc. The White Buffalo Prophecy tells of a time when a white buffalo calf would be born, and that birth would signal a time of Great Healing for All Nations. That white buffalo calf – the first of many -  was born in Janesville, Wisconsin in 1994. […]

PBS series ‘We Shall Remain’ hopes to shed light on American Indian heroes

Filmmaker Chris Eyre recently visited an American Indian school in Oregon . Part Cheyenne and part Arapaho, the award-winning director asked the young students to name their heroes. A hand went up. The first hero named was P. Diddy. “That’s great,” Eyre said. “I like P. Diddy. I listen to his music sometimes. Well, I’m […]

AIFC Community Potluck and Giveaway

Monday May 11th 3pm American Indian Family Center 579 Wells Street St. Paul, MN 55130 Everyone is welcome Please bring a dish to share, and an item or two for the giveaway Please call with any questions 651-793-3803

The National Park Service/Mississippi National River and Recreation Area

(MNRRA) has announced that there will be no further public meetings planned concerning the disposition of the Coldwater Spring property. A further meeting had been announced for mid-April, but that meeting will not take place. The decision appears to be the result of what happened at the Open House on February 23, 2009, at which […]

CROW CREEK LEFT OUT IN THE COLD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmfue_pjwho Someone just told me about this YouTube video, “Left in the Cold” about folks having their power turned off in the winter on Crow Creek.  When is the genocide of the Dakota People going to stop?  That is a death sentence in those conditions, especially for the young and the sick.  If you feel […]

Local Native American Youth Advocates needed

The Reduce Tobacco Abuse Program (Division of Indian Work) is recruiting Native American youth to help with an advocacy project to make Minneapolis parks and recreation areas tobacco free. With your help, we can: 1.   Assess the Minneapolis community. You will find out who makes the decisions and what types of recreation facilities exist. 2.  […]