EPIC E-News for March 19th, 2009 EPIC EÂ-News provides information on community events, neighborhood meetings, and important news for the East Phillips Neighborhood. COMMUNITY MEMBERS!! Please Attend this Very Important Meeting!! WHEN:Â Â Â NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 23rd, 6:30 PM WHERE:Â PHILLIPS POOL & GYM BUILDING (former BOYS & GIRLS CLUB 11th Ave. S. and E 24th […]
Native-owned bank opens in south Minneapolis Written by Aimee Loiselle Wednesday, March 11 2009 On March 2, Woodlands National Bank opened its first branch office in the Twin Cities. Located at 11th Street and Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis, it will provide a full range of personal and business services to the community. Woodlands National Bank […]
Tomorrow, Wednesday March 11, members of the Yankton Sioux Tribe will be attending a hearing at the Federal Court House in St. Paul regarding Tribal Jurisdiction.
Tomorrow, Wednesday March 11, members of the Yankton Sioux Tribe will be attending a hearing at the Federal Court House in St. Paul regarding Tribal Jurisdiction.Â They are asking for your support.Â They are asking anyone that is able to attend the hearing so that they can show strength in numbers.Â (If anyone would like […]
A Special Event Fundraiser for The Circle APRIL 22 At the Mixed Blood Theater – Register Online Now! A World Premiere ofÂ RED INK! Seven indigenous writers from nine North American First Nations explore gaming, sports mascots, sovereignty and other issues in this â€œplay-within-a-Powwow.â€ With music, dance, storytelling and Indian humor, Red Ink creates a powerful […]
INDIGENOUS PEOPLESâ€™ STRUGGLES TO DEFEND SACRED PLACES: HUMAN RIGHTS TRAINING AND SYMPOSIUM San Francisco State University San Francisco California Saturday March 7th, 2009 Morning and afternoon sessions will be held in the Richard Oakes Room, Evening program will be in Jack Adams Hall auditorium Program Agenda 9:00 – 9:30am Opening prayer (Welcoming Remarks Â§ Andrea […]
Hi all!Â Yes, theres another art show.Â I have two pieces in this one, pastel paintings of two precious dogs I once owned.Â The Humane Society is helping put on the show and should be alot of fun!Â Usually there is food and beverages at these things.Â AZ Gallery is located in Lowertown in St […]
Hope you can join us this Sunday, February 8th, for our 2nd annual Winter History Festival, noon -Â 4:00 p.m. Experience winter on the frontier from a dogsled and a horse-drawn sleigh! Dogsled and Sleigh Rides will be given continuously from noon â€“ 4:00 p.m. . After your ride, stop off at the historic Gideon […]
The Martha Fast Horse Show Sunday, February 1st, 2009 @ 6:00 a.m. Featured Song My First Taste of Rosebud C.D. Tezjon “Sugar” Duysak www.myspace.com/sugarcountry Special Guests Lucinda Shields-Ellert, Community Organizer & Lakota ElderÂ (Sicangu Lakota) ToddÂ Fast Horse,Â Chairperson ofÂ Rosebud CommunityÂ (2007-2008) Clara Niiska,Â Editor of Native American Press/Ojibwe News (2001-2003), and Co-host of KFAI’s Indian UprisingÂ (Red Lake Ojibwe) (Part […]
Minnesota Indian Womenâ€™s Sexual Assault Coalitionâ€™s 3rd Annual Conference Restoring the Sacred Trails of Our Grandmothers: Communities Demanding Justice April 28 â€“ 30, 2009 Grand Casino Mille Lacs in Onamia, MN The Minnesota Indian Womenâ€™s Sexual Assault Coalition seeks proposals for our upcoming Restoring the Sacred Trails of Our Grandmothers: Communities Demanding Justice conference, which […]
The Shakopee tribe’s eagerness to expand its land holdings in Scott County may have a new explanation.
This Article from StarTribune.com has been sent to you by sharonLennartson. *Please note, the sender’s identity has not been verified. The full Article, with any associated images and links can be viewed here. Shakopee tribe’s need for land is growing DAVID PETERSON, Star Tribune The Shakopee tribe’s eagerness to expand its land holdings in Scott […]
https://community.hsus.org/campaign/FED_2009_conyersburton_horses?rk=D1zvFHEqpspKW Save the horses, we need to speech for him.
You’re warmly invited to our next event at the Gideon Pond House: Dakota for Beginners Sunday January 18, 2 – 3 pm Learn to read and write everyday words and phrases in Dakota from native speaker and Dakota language teacher, Joe Bendickson. The Dakota alphabet was first written down by Gideon and Samuel Pond. Copies […]
WHAT: ICWA Context, Controversy and Current Trends WHEN: Friday, January 30th, 2009, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. WHERE: 2200 Wells Fargo Center, 90 South Seventh Street, Minneapolis, MN WHY: "There is no resource that is more vital to the continued existence and integrity of Indian tribes than their children . . ." The ICWA Law […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ………… Press Release ….. The IICOC Announces the Grand Opening of the Indigenous Internet Builders Exchange Our invitation to our Luncheon Seminar on February 6. Seminar Focus The 2009 Indigenous Internet Builders Exchange (IBEX) seminar, being held February 6, 2009, Mystic Lake Casino 11:00 – 1:00. This will be groundbreaking in its […]