Minnesota Native News
This week on Minnesota Native News, a profile of a remarkable leader. Laurie Stern has the story of Terri Yellowhammer, who was just sworn in as a new Minnesota state judge. She will serve in Minnesota’s 4th judicial district or Hennepin County.
Today on Minnesota Native News – We ask why St Louis County isn’t complying with federal and state laws to protect Native families in the child welfare system and whether the county will improve after a serious cut in resources? Reporter Melissa Townsend
Come January, there will be new leadership in the White House with a plan for Tribal Nation relationship... and Minnesota tribes band together to assist in fighting wildfires out West. Reporter Leah Lemm has these stories….
Ahead of election day, there were widespread concerns about voter intimidation at the polls - so we checked in with a few Native folks on tribal lands to see how it went when they cast their ballots and twice as many Bugonaygeshig families have access to
This week on Minnesota Native News, Native communities get out the vote and a handful of Native organizations get 10-million dollars in the state bonding bill.
MANIDOOMINENS: STILL BEADING AFTER 10,000 YEARS is an exhibit in Duluth that has been a year in the making. And as with most events, it had to be re-thought out and adjusted for life in the pandemic.
This week on Minnesota Native News, we check in with two promising developments. First, there’s a new urban farm with a focus on indigenous food and medicine. And second, an update on housing in the American Indian Cultural Corridor.
The 2020 Native American College Fair goes virtual… And Lt Governor Peggy Flanagan talks about the significance of the Native vote….
A recent report from the state of Minnesota shows nearly half of Minnesota Counties that border reservations are not protecting federal rights of vulnerable Native children and their families.
This week on Minnesota Native News, concern about falling off the Covid cliff and the story of how one patient is slowly climbing back to health