Lakota Spiritual Leader and Head Man, David Swallow, Speaks to Lakota Youth

A Call to Young Warriors, to all Young People Lakota Spiritual Leader and Head Man, David Swallow, Speaks to Lakota Youth www.silvrdrach.homestead.com/Schwartz_2008_Dec_27.html by David Swallow, Lakota Spiritual Leader and a Headman of the Lakota Nation Edited and Published by Stephanie M. Schwartz, Member, Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) © December 27, 2008 Porcupine, South Dakota […]

NACC’s Diabetes breakfast is this Thursday!

Just a reminder that NACC’s Diabetes breakfast is this Thursday!  Come eat a nutritious breakfast and learn something new, we hope to see you there!  Thank you! Rhonda R. Hunt Healthy Generations Maternal and Child Health Program Coordinator Native American Community Clinic 1213 East Franklin Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55404 612-872-8086 ext.114 612-872-8547 fax rhunt@nacc-healthcare.org www.nacc-healthcare.org

Native Hunters – Climate Is Thinning Caribou Herds

Sunday, December 07, 2008 Native Hunters – Climate Is Thinning Caribou Herds POZNAN, Poland (AP) — Chief Bill Erasmus of the Dene nation in northern Canada brought a stark warning about the climate crisis: The once abundant herds of caribou are dwindling, rivers are running lower and the ice is too thin to hunt on. […]

Hello Heading Home Hennepin Community! Homeless!

Hello Heading Home Hennepin Community!   This Monday we will be hosting our 6th Project Homeless Connect event at the Minneapolis Convention Center .  The event will be held [at the Mpls. Convention Center ] from 10:30 to 5, and we anticipate this to be the biggest event to date.  We have greatly expanded medical, […]

Chris Mato Nunpa Ph.D. (Wahpatan Dakota) On Martha Fast Horse Show.

The Martha Fast Horse Show Sunday December 7th, 2008 at 6:00 a.m. Featured Song The Eagle Song by Wahancanka Lakota Pipe and Ceremonial Songs Special Guest Chris Mato Nunpa Ph.D. (Wahpatan Dakota) Dr. Chris Mato Nunpa A Dakota man and retired Associate Professor of Indigenous Nations & Dakota Studies (INDS) at Southwest Minnesota State University for […]

Mnisota Dakota Iapi Owayawa

Mnisota Dakota Iapi Owayawa Interactive Course Website http://amin.umn.edu/dakota// The Department of American Indian Studies maintains a free interactive Dakota language website where users can access lessons on a variety of topics, sound clips, dialogues, recordings of fluent speakers, and online activities and games. Due to the critical point of language shift we are experiencing with Dakota in the […]

Mnisota Dakota Home a two-person exhibition of photography and video installation examining the ancestral home of artists Joseph J. Allen and Mona Smith

HOME • ABOUT F+C • ARTISTS • CURRENT EXHIBITION • UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS • PAST EXHIBITIONS • CONTACT Mnisota Dakota Home a two-person exhibition of photography and video installation examining the ancestral home of artists Joseph J. Allen and Mona Smith Nov. 20 – Dec. 27, 2008 Opening Reception Dec. 5th, 6-9 pm Light Dakota fare of Wojapi […]

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA)

http://amin.umn.edu/naisa2009/index.html 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 of a new professional organization for scholars who work in American Indian/Native American/First Nations/Aboriginal/Indigenous […]

Native American Emergency Relief -needs your help.

Desperate, nearly third world conditions inside the United States are often overlooked.   Native Americans are plauged with poverty, hunger and despair. Children are often left poorly clothed and unfed.  Their cries of despair frequently fall on deaf ears. WER understands the desperate conditions that many Native Americans are forced to live in, and is dedicated […]

Black Bear Crossings on the Lake Maaka De Maakwa Azha Wiiskaad

Black Bear Crossings on the Lake Maaka De Maakwa Azha Wiiskaad   Free Dinner ! 12Noon—3pm Anyone in need of a hot meal or good company is welcome 1360 N. Lexington Parkway St. Paul, MN 55117 ( Como Lakeside Pavilion) 651-488-4920  View Larger Map  

The All Nations Arts & Crafts Collective Annual Winter Sale

The All Nations Arts & Crafts Collective Annual Winter Sale December 6 & 7, and 13 & 14 All Nations Church 1515 E. 23rd St., Minneapolis 55404 Saturday 10am-4pm; Sunday 1-4pm Handmade Jewelry, Textiles, Artwork, Natural Body Products, etc., by Native artists and friends .and, the best coffee and frybread in the Twin Cities! For […]

Benefit Reading & American Indian Boutique Thursday, December 04, 2008

Benefit Reading & American Indian Boutique Thursday, December 04, 2008 Find your Holiday Spirit at our Second Annual Benefit Reading and American Indian Boutique Join Saint Paul author Roger Barr as he reads his new short story “Family Christmas” Thursday, December 4, 2008. American Indian Jewelry, Crafts & Food Boutique from 3:00 to  6:30 p.m. and after the reading […]

A Tribute to Jesse Mickelson “Blue Devil” (Red Lake Ojibwe)

The Martha Fast Horse Show Sunday, November 23, 2008 at 6:00 a.m. Featured Song A Tribute to Jesse Mickelson “Blue Devil” (Red Lake Ojibwe) 7th Generation Warriors Special Guests 7th Generation Warriors (Part 1) Arlana Omaha “Skylo” (Rosebud Lakota & Leech Lake Ojibwe) Cheylynn Lussier “Shy Girl” (Red Lake Ojibwe) Kara Pacheco “MN’s Beautiful Native” (Mille […]

Storyteller Michael Goze, Service of Thanksgiving

  You’re invited to attend Service of Thanksgiving Wednesday November 26, 2008Storyteller Mr. Michael Goze “Thanksgiving Yes, we can! Yes we did!”   Mike strives to bring continued growth and enhancement of life to all Native People. He currently serves at President and CEO of American Indian Community Development Corporation. He is a former At-Large […]

Thanksgiving Dinner At Pepito’s Restaurant

Thanksgiving Dinner At Pepito’s Restaurant November 27, 2008 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m 4820 Chicago Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55417 (612)822-2104 Please join us for fun, food, and festivities We’ll serve a traditional meal that’s free to all Hope to see you there! For over 20 years, a group of volunteers have prepared and served […]

Don’t Forget About Me” by Michael Bucher

The Martha Fast Horse Show Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 6:00 a.m. Featured Song “Don’t Forget About Me” by Michael Bucher Special Guest Michael Bucher (Cherokee) MICHAEL BUCHER (Artist) is a Cherokee singer-songwriter who was taught from the beginning of his memory the stories, language and legends of his people. His songs are intended to […]

Winona LaDuke will be presenting the Anne Pederson Women’s Resource Cente

Winona LaDuke will be presenting the Anne Pederson Women’s Resource Center 2008 Koryne Horbal Lecture at Augsburg College on Thursday, November 20th at 11:00 AM in the Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center. Augsburg College’s address is 2211 Riverside Ave, Mpls.  Attached is a poster.  This event is free and open to everyone!  Please join us for […]

The OIC Job Training Programs in Minnesota take people off welfare rolls

Brothers and Sisters, Yes, we know all this development of small business is good for the economy but let’s see some money set aside for training. After all the best social service program is a job! People need to be trained in the inner city so there is opportunity for the poor and disadvantaged in […]

American Indian Repertory Theatre

American Indian Repertory Theatre Big Thoughts, Big Dreams Great Blessings Dianne Yeahquo Reyner Kansas City, Missouri 64114 816-361-3093

Michael Moore’s Comments

To: MINN-IND@LISTS.UMN.EDU Subject: FW: Michael Moore’s comments Subject: Michael Moore’s comments Wednesday, November 5th, 2008 Friends, Who among us is not at a loss for words? Tears pour out. Tears of joy. Tears of relief. A stunning, whopping landslide of hope in a time of deep despair. In a nation that was founded on genocide […]

Stories of homeless youth.

Please join us at the upcoming unveiling of a video project depicting the stories of homeless youth in the Twin Cities area. Ain Dah Yung staff and youth have been working on this project for the past year, along with other local service providers. The event takes place on Wednesday, November 19th 2-4pm at the new […]

American Indian Heritage Month

Click on the link to view the upcoming events https://db.metrostate.edu/webapps/drep/National American Indian Heritage Month 2008.pdf