1. I Wake Up Panting and Sweating: Another Day With PTSD
2. The Nuts, Bolts and Billions in Medicaid That Could Improve Healthcare
3. Jewell and Duncan See Poor Conditions at Passamaquoddy School
U.S Department of the Interior
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
are seen here with Beatrice Rafferty School students and Principal Michael
4. Dr. Steven Salaita Fired for Speaking His Mind on Israel and Gaza
Dr. Steven Salaita is a Palestinian American scholar in Native American studies
fired for free speech.
5. California Appeals Court Upholds ICWA in Choctaw Foster Case
The Ronald Reagan Federal Building and United States Courthouse in
Santa Ana, California
6. Redskins’ Bribing of Indian Country Has Consequences
7. Cherokee Medal of Patriotism Awarded to Sibling Veterans
Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden thanked Cherokee veterans
and brothers Elmer Tadpole Jr. and Thomas Tadpole for their service to the
country, as Principal Chief Bill John Baker presented the brothers their
Cherokee Nation veteran awards.
8. Tribal Officials Urge Water Release Into Klamath River to Prevent Mass Fish Kill
Courtesy Hoopa Valley Tribe
Chairperson Danielle Vigil-Masten and Tribal Council members took Bureau of
Reclamation officials and Supervisor Ryan Sundberg on a boat down the Trinity
River in Hoopa.
9. A 77 Acre Land Donation Presents Nansemond Tribe With $5 Million Challenge
A Mattanock Town sign sits outside of the Nansemond Powwow
grounds in Suffolk, Virginia, indicating the future site of a Nansemond
Indian Village, Cultural Museum and Tribal Center.
10. Up Front and Behind The Scenes At The San Luis Rey 18th Annual
Inter-Tribal Pow Wow
11. Video: Klamath Fish Kill Redux? Teens Tell Grown-Ups to ‘Put More Water
in the River’
YouTube/Yurok youth video
This is what the Klamath River looked like in 2002, when conditions were similar
to those present now. Releasing water from the Trinity River into the Klamath
would cool it down and raise water levels, enabling fish to survive.
12. Never Too Late for a Perfect Summer Song: Kinnie Starr’s ‘Summer Day’
13. Vigil for Murdered Teen and Homeless Hero Draws 1,300 Mourners in Winnipeg
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
The number of mourners grew over the course of the evening from about 1,000
to 1,300, APTN reported.
14. Tweets, Please! Shoni Schimmel Takes Over the Atlanta Dream’s Twitter Account