By Sandra Hale Schulman
- News From Indian Country -

“I owe it all to my grandmother,” says Jamie Luis Gomez, better known as Taboo, an American rapper, singer, songwriter, actor and DJ, best known as a member of the hip hop group Black Eyed Peas.
 
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By Winona LaDuke
- News From Indian Country -

Earlier this year  the Ojibwe Enbridge battle showed the political pressure that $5 million worth of lobbying can buy in Minnesota, and that the Ojibwe still remain opposed to the line.
 
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By Paul DeMain
- Meskwaki Settlement, Iowa (NFIC) -

The Meskwaki Red Gardens and the tribe’s Casino Convention Center at the Meskwaki Settlement near Tama, Iowa played host to the 2018 Great Lakes Intertribal Food Summit this year.
 
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Submitted by Amy Ruckes

The 39th annual American Indian Workshop (AIW) took place on April 10th through the 13th in Gent, Belgium. It is an academic conference for professors, historians, artists, lecturers, teachers, museum curators, students, workshop organizers, and tribal members.
 
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By Sandra Hale Schulman
- News From Indian Country -

Oklahoma City artist Brent Learned is on a mission. He wants to show Native art on the same plain as art from other genres and parts of the world.
 
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By Brian Wright-McLeod, 2018
- News From Indian Country -

Rumble: Indians Who Rocked the World [Smithsonian/Rezolution Pictures]
 
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By AUDREY McAVOY
- HONOLULU -(AP) -

The first Native Hawaiian elected to Congress was memorialized during May at the state Capitol, where he lied in state for 24 hours.
 
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By Mark Trahant
 - Indian Country Today -

Can Paulette Jordan win the governor’s race in Idaho? The New York Times (and so many others) have already answered that question with an almost certain, nope.
 
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