1. Seriously Funny: Comedy Duo James & Ernie Have a Message for Native Youth
Image source: Facebook.com
Ernest Tsosie III, left, and James Junes combine comedy and youth activism. Image source: Facebook.com
2. Watch This Squirrel Snatch a Camera and High-Tail It Up a Tree, Filming
This is what it looks like to be preyed upon by a squirrel. Nightmares not included.
3. Morongo Tribe Donates 10,000 Turkeys for Thanksgiving to Those in Need
Morongo Band of Mission Indians
Volunteers help distribute turkeys as part of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians annual Thanksgiving Outreach Program
4. From Dirt Roads to Fiber Optics: FireKeepers Hits the Jackpot
5. Native American Heritage Month: 13 Books for Children From StarWalk Kids Media
The organization KidsWalk Media has compiled a list of books great to share with children during Native American Heritage Month.
6. Internet-Breaker Kim Kardashian Gets Glam on Aboriginal Land (With Permission)
Kim Kardashian in a photo from an instantly-famous shoot she did for Paper magazine. Source: papermag.com
7. Listen Now: Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit Starts Today
The Global Indigenous Wisdom Summit is a free online series, and it starts today.
8. Lyle Thompson Named 2014 Person of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine
Lyle Thompson was named Person of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine on November 17, 2014.
9. We Need Diverse Books: Join Twitter Chat With Children’s Literature Expert Debbie Reese on November 18
The website that aims to address the lack of diversity in children’s literature narratives will host Debbie Reese, publisher of the website American Indians in Children’s Literature, at 9 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday November 19.
10. The Ghosts of Colonial Bolivia
11. Urban Native Education Alliance Gets Grant for Circle Of Strength Program
Sarah Sense-Wilson/Native Warriors Basketball Program/Facebook
UNEA’s Native Warriors basketball program will be the catalyst for improving health, self-esteem and educational achievement of urban Native youth.
12. Welcome, Oglala Lakota County! The Story Behind the Story
South Dakota state representative Kevin Killer, Oglala Lakota, holds the new bumper sticker designed by Jesse Short Bull to announce the renaming of the county that overlaps much of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. On November 4, voters decided in favor of a ballot measure Killer was instrumental in putting on the ballot. The jurisdiction will now be called Oglala Lakota County, named for the people who live there.
13. Federal Government Must Protect Native Children From Violence