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The US Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of ICWA or the Indian Child Welfare Act in early November. Reporter Emma Needham sheds light on this case and its implications as Indian country awaits a decision. 44 years after its enactment in 1978, oral arguments on the Indian Child Welfare Act in Brackeen V. Haaland, were heard at the US Supreme…
 
A new round of free at home covid tests are available through the state of Minnesota. Governor Tim Walz and Lt Governor Peggy Flanagan say the new round of tests are available ahead of the holiday season, so Minnesotans can test ahead of gatherings and avoid spreading COVID to their loved ones.Bởi Minnesota Native News
 
Health officials are continuing to remind Minnesotans that the best way to protect themselves and their community against covid 19 is to get the updated booster after receiving their primary doses of the vaccine. The latest vaccine, known as the bivalent booster, is available for people 5 years of age and older. This new booster helps protect again…
 
This week on Minnesota Native News, Emma Needham talks with new and returning Native Candidates from Mid Term races across the state. In the 2020 election, native voters came out to the polls nationwide at rates never seen before. According to the Associated Press, Native voters swung the elections in both Arizona and next door in Wisconsin. Now, t…
 
This week on the Health Report, we’ll hear from Kelly Miller, the executive director of the Division of Indian work in St. Paul about they work they do as a Covid-19 Community Coordinator But first. Children ages 5 to 11 years old can now get the updated COVID-19 booster shot, known as the bi-valent vaccine, meaning that it draws immunity from the …
 
October 10th marked Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Minnesota and in cities and states across the United States. The day included official celebrations and community gatherings, including in Grand Rapids where a new sculpture was unveiled at River Side Park by Leech Lake Ojibwe artist Duane Goodwin. MN Native News reporter Leah Lemm was on the scene for…
 
As we enter another season of COVID 19, health care providers are bracing for another possible fall surge in COVID 19 cases. Similar to the Flu Season, COVID and its variants seem to show up each fall. IHB's Laz Carreon explains more about the similarities between the COVID and Flu vaccines.Bởi Minnesota Native News
 
In Minneapolis, internal medicine physician Tanya Melnik is fighting the illness with many faces: long COVID. It’s also known as post-COVID…and long haul, chronic, or post-acute COVID. The one thing about it, is that it’s hard to define. “There is really no one discrete picture that would describe what long COVID is. It looks different for each per…
 
President Biden stirred controversy recently when he declared “the pandemic is over” during a 60 Minutes interview. This amid the White House’s ongoing push to secure $22 billion to continue the fight against COVID-19. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows an average of 481 people died of COVID every day in August. With kid…
 
Welcome to Minnesota Native News..This Week on the Health Report. An updated COVID booster has been approved by the FDA and CDC. Reporter Cole Premo has more… The CDC and FDA has approved an updated COVID booster vaccine for people 12 years and older. The new boosters include spike proteins that more closely match the ones found in the Omicron BA 4…
 
This is Minnesota Native News. I’m Marie Rock. A walk to justice. The American Indian Movement is leading a group from Minneapolis to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness for Leonard Peltier, one of the nation’s longest held political prisoners. Feven Gerezgiher reports. 1,100 miles. 11 weeks. Eight states. That’s how long advocates plan to walk in …
 
This is Minnesota Native News. I'm Marie Rock. This week…A new program at Saint Cloud State University aims to put more Indigenous teachers in front of Minnesota students. Emma Needham has more on two scholarship programs for Native teachers plus a new curriculum plan to help teach Native issues to students throughout Minnesota. Minnesota’s student…
 
Another vaccine booster is likely in our future as we navigate the pandemic and live our life with COVID as a part of it. Right now, the CDC recommends everyone 5 years and older should get one booster shot and adults 50 years and older 2 boosters. Some people 12 and older who are moderately or severely immuno-compromised should also get 2 boosters…
 
This is Minnesota Native News. I’m Marie Rock. This week on Minnesota Native News, members of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe vote on blood quantum requirements. Also, we hear from Juliet Rudie, who now heads the state’s new Office of Missing And Murdered Indigenous Relatives. Here’s reporter Cole Premo. In a historic move, members of the Minnesota Ch…
 
This week on Minnesota Native News Health Report, reporter Emma Needham talks with an M.D. about recommendations for COVID vaccines for our littlest relatives, and provides additional information on vaccine availability. Vaccines against COVID were approved for children ages 6 months and older in June. However, we’re seeing significantly lower rate…
 
[Loon sounder] This is the Minnesota Native News Health Report. I’m Marie Rock. This week….we share from an earlier recording on the outlook of the COVID-19 pandemic as understood by one healthcare professional. Here’s reporter Feven Gerezgiher with that interview and the latest on COVID-19 vaccines. [Music] STORY A U.S. health officials recently a…
 
This week on the Minnesota Native News health report, public health agencies continue to recommend the COVID-19 vaccine for youth. One PSA even has a popular TV icon for children receiving the vaccine. Reporter Dalton Walker explains in this week’s story. For the latest information on COVID-19 vaccines, contact your local health professional, check…
 
This is Minnesota Native News, I’m Marie Rock. Coming up... A Food and Art Market in Duluth uplifts Indigenous and BIPOC entrepreneurs while providing goods to the local community. And a new children’s book celebrating Ojibwe teachings is celebrating its debut. [[accentuate that “celebration” is used twice]] Here’s Reporter Leah Lemm with more. STO…
 
The Twin Cities Pride Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary last weekend. Just a few miles away, local organizers held a different type of pride celebration. Feven Gerezgiher reports. Around two hundred people gathered on June 24th for the inaugural Two Spirit Pow Wow in South Minneapolis. This is head dancer Nina Berglund, a descendant of the O…
 
The State of Minnesota is offering the Pfizer vaccine at its Mall of America community vaccination site, where appointments are now open. It plans to host more vaccination clinics across Minnesota in the upcoming weeks. Plus multidisciplinary artist Sequoia Hauck reflects on their pandemic experiences. Feven Gerezgiher reports -- This is the Minnes…
 
This is the Minnesota Native News Health Report. I’m Marie Rock. Federal health officials are potentially near approving coronavirus vaccines for infants and young children. This week….learn more on what that means....and hear a reflection on how the pandemic has been for one contemporary artist. Feven Gerezgiher reports. [Music] STORY A - Vaccines…
 
This is the Minnesota Native News Health Report. I’m Marie Rock. This week reporter Feven Gerezgiher shares how to get free at-home COVID tests mailed to your home…and she talks with an artist about growing up with a family that doesn’t believe in vaccinations. [Music] STORY A Minnesotans can now order a second round of free at-home COVID-19 rapid …
 
This week University of Minnesota professor Brenda Child shares more of those boarding schools' history and explains what it would take for a full reckoning with their legacy. Feven Gerezgiher reports - [LOON SOUNDER] This is Minnesota Native News. I'm Marie Rock. The U.S. Department of Interior recently released a report surveying the impact of th…
 
Reporter Feven Gerezgiher takes a look at findings from the U.S. Department of the Interior with regards to the department's investigative report on the Federal Indian boarding school system, and speaks with one of its research partners about what this means for Indian Country. --- Transcript: This is Minnesota Native News. I’m Marie Rock. The U.S.…
 
This week on Minnesota Native News, the Science Museum of Minnesota is funding mini-projects for Native Community members… We’ll tell you how you can get involved. Here’s Diego Luke with the story… DL: Have you ever wanted to create a project that would accurately reflect you, your tribe and your culture? As the Science Museum of Minnesota works to…
 
[Loon sounder] This is the Minnesota Native News Health Report, I’m Marie Rock. This week…COVID infection rates are on the rise. Reporter Feven Gerezgiher shares some of the latest data…..and connects with organizers about what they are doing to prevent COVID-19 at powwows and other large gatherings. STORY A As of May 3, preliminary counts from the…
 
The U.S. Postal Service is commemorating George Morrison, a key figure in Native American and modern art, with Forever stamps showcasing his work. Family, art historians, and community members alike agree George Morrison was an underappreciated force in Native American art. Feven Gerezgiher reportsBởi Minnesota Native News
 
For Minnesota Native News, I’m Marie Rock. Monday, a federal judge ruled against the federal mask requirement on public transportation, even as health officials continue to recommend precautions like masking and vaccination to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This week…reporter Feven Gerezgiher speaks with three women about their experienc…
 
At the forefront of the fight against COVID these last two years have been health care workers trying to deliver primary care while also keeping boots to the ground with vaccine and testing clinics. This week, we check in with a healthcare leader for a reflection on how the pandemic has been. Script: [LOON SOUNDER] This is the Minnesota Native News…
 
MINNESOTA NATIVE NEWS Artist Carl Gawboy is showing brand new work in Duluth. The art exhibit, "New Paintings, Old Stories," features Anishinaabe and Finnish culture, landscapes, and teachings. The exhibit is located at the Dr. Robert Powless Cultural Center and was curated by Wendy Savage. /// TRANSCRIPT: Reporter: This is Minnesota Native News. I…
 
This week the Walz administration launched an online program to make access to COVID testing easier. Minnesotans can now order free at-home rapid tests online at mn.gov/covid19. You can also order them over phone through the Minnesota Department of Health COVID-19 Public Hotline at 1-833-431-2053. The state is offering two rapid antigen test kits p…
 
Host: This is Minnesota Native News, I'm Marie Rock. Coming up a conversation on suicide prevention brings culture, facts, and experience together. And we hear words from the late artist, Jim Denomie, with reflections on his work. Here's reporter, Leah Lemm with more. Reporter: The American Indian Community Housing Organization, AICHO, will host a …
 
Governor Tim Walz announced that “registration is open” for parents whose 5- to 11-year-olds have received the COVID-19 vaccine. Minnesotans can enter to win one of five college scholarships… in the amount of 100-thousand dollars. This is all part of the state’s “Kids Deserve a Shot” vaccine incentive program. Any Minnesota parent or guardian whose…
 
This is Minnesota Native News. I’m Marie Rock. Coming up…At the University of Minnesota, a $5 million grant is funding projects to address racial justice... with the aim of leading social and cultural transformations. One project examines the University's history with the state's Tribal Nations. Here’s reporter Feven Gerezgiher with more. In the wa…
 
This is Minnesota Native News. I'm Marie Rock. Coming up, two opportunities to hear about inspiring work around Indian Country in Minnesota. The Minnesota Indian Affairs Council's Language Revitalization Working Group has partnered with the Minnesota Humanity Center to host a Dakota and Ojibwe Languages Symposium. And the Lower Phalen Creek Project…
 
Host: This is Minnesota Native News, I'm Marie Rock. Coming up, the new Indigenous Parent Leadership Initiative helps empower parent voices at Red Lake and White Earth Nations. And it's been a year since the Clearbrook Aquifer was punctured. Calls for accountability and action were held at the site and in the Twin Cities. Here's reporter Leah Lemm …
 
Last year, both state and federal officials announced initiatives to help uncover missing and murdered relatives. Here’s reporter Feven Gerezgiher with the update. On October 22nd, 2021, 15-year-old Neveah Kingbird disappeared without a trace. For months, friends, family, and law enforcement have been looking for the Bemidji teen, organizing search…
 
Long-time civil rights advocate Clyde Bellecourt of the White Earth band of Ojibwe died January 11th, leaving behind a legacy of Native changemakers. Reporter Feven Gerezgiher digs into the archives for a look into history. A giant in the movement for American Indian lives has passed. Family confirmed the death on Tuesday morning of NeeGawNwayWeeDu…
 
Marie Rock: As we enter the new year 2022, we also enter the time of new COVID Variants and guidelines. Reporter Emma Needham caught up with Dr. Antony Stately to get a little clarity as we enter year three of the COVID 19 Pandemic. EN: The new year brought the new Omicron COVID 19 Variant and new CDC Guidelines for quarantine. The omicron Variant …
 
Host: This is Minnesota Native News, I'm Marie Rock. Coming up a new alliance for Native arts addresses community needs in Minnesota. And, the Interior Department will collaborate with the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition. Here's reporter Leah Lemm with more. Reporter: The Mnisota Native Artists Alliance launched earlier t…
 
MARIE: This week on Minnesota Native News, the Minnesota Vikings recently hosted the 2021 Indigenous Bowl. Two all Indigenous football teams competed in front of friends and family. Here’s Diego Luke with the story… [Soundbite of the Little Earth Singers] Announcer: Welcome to the 2021 Indigenous Bowl here at U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesot…
 
According to a recent survey, a majority of Minnesotans support more lessons on Native American studies for K-12 students. Tiffany Bui reports: Minnesotans across the political spectrum want to see an expanded curriculum on Native American culture, history and tribal government. That’s according to a survey conducted by the Understand Native Minnes…
 
MARIE: This week on Minnesota Native News, the Science Museum of Minnesota is seeking feedback from Native Community members… we’ll tell you how you can get involved. Here’s Diego Luke with the story… DL: Museums have long been a place of fascination, with many housing some of the world's most important artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific…
 
Host: This is Minnesota Native News. I'm Marie Rock. Coming up, audio plays are coming your way thanks to New Native Theater and the National Native American 10 minute play's festivals of years past. Here's reporter Leah Lemm with the story. Reporter: When COVID hit, theaters went dark, but the show must go on, so to speak. New Native Theater was u…
 
The United States Postal Service has announced the new stamps for 2022. The stamps are described as miniature works of art and celebrate American culture and history. And one of the panes will feature the work of the late modernist artist George Morrison, who was from the Grand Portage Band. Here’s Reporter Leah Lemm speaking to Briand Morrison, so…
 
MR: Electric vehicles are gaining traction on Minnesota’s roadways. I’m Marie Rock: This week on Minnesota Native News, reporter Emma Needham shares how a Native-led organization is driving Minnesota into the future by creating a network to power electric vehicles. EN: Last week, the federal Department of Energy awarded 6.67 million dollars to supp…
 
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