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Of Wild Rice and Men
You may see it in your specialty stores or on signs along the roadside throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin: wild rice. But while the long, dark-colored grains resemble rice, they technically ...
September 11, 2020
Fewer Indigenous People Voted in Last General Election, Compared to 2015
Fewer on-reserve voters cast ballots in the 2019 federal election compared to 2015, new data from Elections Canada ...
August 18, 2020
Students Take a Knee for ‘Neo-Marxist’ BLM at New South Wales School Assembly
New South Wales One Nation Leader Mark Latham has called out a public school for holding an assembly ...
August 5, 2020
NSW Police Win Supreme Court Bid to Stop Sydney BLM Rally
A Sydney Black Lives Matters rally has lost its status as an authorised assembly, opening up demonstrators to ...
July 26, 2020
Delivering a World-Class Aboriginal Art Festival During the Pandemic
Australia's largest Indigenous arts event will go online for the first time in its 14 year history. The ...
July 5, 2020
We Must Get Referendum Right: Liberal MP
A federal Liberal backbencher believes there should still be an ambition to hold a referendum in this term ...
June 12, 2020
Jacinta Price Says High Rate of Indigenous Incarceration Is Not Caused by ‘Systemic Racism’
Addressing domestic violence and child abuse within Aboriginal communities is the key to reducing incarceration rates and decreasing ...
June 10, 2020
Opinion: Canada’s Approach to Indigenous Issues: Now for Something Truly Radical
In the lead-up to the 2019 federal election, the Canadian “promise machine” is running at full tilt. All ...
August 8, 2019
Missing, Murdered Women Inquiry Calls for Justice System to Review Policies
OTTAWA—The final report of a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls is calling for ...
June 1, 2019
The Canadian Press
Stacey Dash Attacks Leonardo DiCaprio Because of Oscars Speech
Stacey Dash slams Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change awareness Oscars Speech after winning best actor for “The Revenant.”
March 11, 2016
Brazil Project Aims to Save Endangered Indigenous Languages
Guaricema Pataxo's indigenous roots are the cornerstone of her identity. The 53-year-old great-grandmother lives on her Pataxo people's ...
November 7, 2015
The Associated Press
Indigenous From Amazon See Brazil Nut as Forest’s Future
The creation story of the Cinta Larga people holds that they were born out of the fruit of ...
October 31, 2015
The Associated Press
Some Cultures Say Memory Improves With Age
A new study tests the idea that traditional societies see aging in a more positive light than modern ...
October 17, 2015
Eric Trump Must Testify in New York Probe Before the Election, Judge Rules
Chinese Leader Xi Jinping Thinks US State, Local Officials Are ‘Weak Links’: Pompeo
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Top Democrats Unveil an Anti-Corruption Reform Package
Landlords’ Group Sues CDC Over Pandemic-Era Eviction Moratorium
White House Calls for ‘Targeted’ Aid as Congress Stalls on Stimulus
Kentucky National Guard Activated in Louisville Amid Breonna Taylor Unrest
Hundreds Come to Pay Respects to the Late Justice Ginsburg
CBO Projects Massive Federal Deficits; House Dems Want Earmarks
Trump Says He Wants a Nine-Justice Supreme Court for Potential Election Legal Battle
Up to 70 Percent of KN95 Masks From China Don’t Meet US Health Standards, Study Says