This weekend's stories: Winnemem Wintu tribe raising funds to restore salmon; Ernest L Stevens Sr receives the 2017 Leon Grant Spirit of the Community Award; Tribes continue the fight to protect the grizzly bear; Joel Frank Sr. receives the Tim Wapato Sovereign Warrior Award; “Edge of Morning” book release.
 
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This weekend's stories: Federal judge orders review of DAPL permits; Bipartisan legislation to combat homelessness among Native American veterans; Bill to bring Amber alert system to Native American reservations; Standing Rock Sioux hope to transition to renewable energy; Ireland honors the Choctaw Nation.
 
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This weekend's stories: New memorial honoring Native Americans in France; Native American site found on California island; Moundbuilders exhibition opening at Penn Museum; Report released on impacts of First Nations and Shakopee partnership; Native American representation in Wonder Woman.
 
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The summer of 2017 may be instrumental in activities designed to force Enbridge to agree to remove and clean up Line #3 in Minnesota before they are granted a permit to replace the line, either in the existing easement, or a new one proposed that would travel through several wild rice lakes.

In addition, Enbridge faces issues with Line #5 across the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation and a renewal of easements on Line #61, while at the same time, increasing the companies easement from 85 to 200 feet in order to accommodate the Twine Line #66 proposal. Here is some information on upcoming events surrounding the July 2017 pipeline awareness events in Wisconsin. Promo Video of up-coming events below:
 
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This weekend's stories: Honoring Black Elk with a commemorative hike; Remembering the first Native American woman in the Marines; Susan Harjo donates her archives and art collection to the Institute of American Indian Arts; Choctaw artist Patta LT named 2017 Red Earth Honored One; Jimmy Lee Young featured in new U2 video.
 
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