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Five officers were shot and killed and six others wounded by snipers during a protest Thursday night against recent deadly police shootings

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Gov. Baker says he’ll sign, extending discrimination protections to restrooms, locker rooms, restaurants and other public accommodations

Passionate Speeches, Protests As Mass. Legislature Passes Transgender Access Bill

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1. Christmas Trees Meet Native Art in Santa Fe

2. Thanksgiving, Hope and the Hidden Heart of Evil

Giving and giving thanks are simply Native beliefs. When asked to give, the Dakota say ‘Are we not Dakota and alive?’

3. Northwest Tribal Wetlands, Recycling Projects Benefit from $31.8 Million EPA Grants

4. Thanksgiving Hoop Tournaments Bring Grieving Communities Together

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5. TV Personality Suzanne Roberts Gives $2 Million to Indian Health Programs

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Talk show host Suzanne Roberts was captivated by her work on the Navajo Nation 50 years ago. Today, at 93, she is donating $2 million to American Indian Health.

6. Rooney Mara’s Tiger Lily Could Not Be Less Native. That’s a Problem

Rooney Mara as Tiger Lily on the ‘Pan’ Poster released this week.

7. Tar Sands Opposition Unites Burnaby Leaders, First Nations, as 60 Arrested in B.C. Protests

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First Nations protesters on Burnaby Mountain

8. Purchase of Manhattan: Opera Tells History of Lenape and Dutch—Watch Clips Here

Purchase of Manhattan Church and Performers
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The “Purchase of Manhattan” concert opera was held November 20 at Marble Collegiate Church. Pictured at the podiums, from left, are Alexandra Loutsion, Stephen Powell and Brent Michaels David.

9. 6 Thanksgiving Myths, Share Them With Someone You Know

St. Joseph's Indian School Mailings

10. Reparations for Indigenous Victims of Napalm and Atrocities in Brazil

Courtesy Agencia Publica
Read more athttp://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/11/26/reparations-indigenous-victims-napalm-and-atrocities-brazil-158026

11. AMERIND Says Be Aware of 4 Risks When Cooking That Turkey Tomorrow

12. Connecting the Dots on Climate Change and Economic Development


1. Christopher Columbus’s PowerPoint of Evil

2. Mercury in Fillings: Hidden Danger in Our Own Mouths

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R-L Senator Jim Jeffords, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works with his confidant Jeff Munger (Iroquois), who helped reduce dental mercury in U.S. waters by 48 percent in a measure that spread to 105 countries.

3. National Eyes on South Dakota

Republicans backing South Dakota Senate candidate Mike Rounds, left, could see the state go blue behind Democratic candidate Rick Weiland, right.

4. Columbus Need Not Apply: It’s ‘You’re Welcome Day’ in Canada, a.k.a. Thanksgiving

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Gourmet Wild Rice Casserole, one of the many types of dishes with aboriginal roots consumed on Thanksgiving in Canada. Happy ‘You’re Welcome’ day.

5. Protesters March Against Redskins; Snyder Still Wooing Natives

Via Fox News
Redskins owner Dan Snyder sits in his box seats with Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly

6. Tribes, Youth, Faith and Science Leaders Focus on Environment

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Youth meets faith meets science meets indigenous knowledge: These unlikely forces joined forces in Wyoming recently to study the environment.

7. ‘Indian Holocaust’: A Poem for Columbus Day

Engraving by Theodor de Bry, from Bartolome De Las Casas’s ‘A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies,’ depicting atrocities wreaked by Columbus and his men on the idsland of Hispaniola.

8. Provocative Columbus Day Artwork by Artist Gregg Deal

‘Please feel free to download, share, print, make into shirts, use as your avatar, or whatever,’ says artist Gregg Deal.

9. The Rise of Indigenous Peoples Day

10. Navajo Fluency Could Change Landscape of Navajo Election, Deschene Out?

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Chris Deschene has until October 19 to file an appeal or he’ll be out of the Navajo Nation Presidential election race.

11. Tiger Woods Inducts ‘Brother-for-Life’ Notah Begay III Into Hall of Fame

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Notah Begay III is inducted into the Stanford University Athletics Hall of Fame in the Bing Concert Hall on October 11, 2014.

Market Basket employees told Tuesday to return or lose jobs


1. Efforts to zap bacteria in food are slow to catch hold

2. Who’s protecting Minnesota’s rural rivers?

South Africa’s ‘cancer alley’ residents face new threat from port development

Decades of activism have made some gains, but the expansion of Durban port will wreak new devastation for many communities
MDG : 2014 Goldman Environmental Prize : outh Durban Community Environmental Alliance Desmond D'Sa

4. EPA u-turn on bees worries growers

5. Scrubbing skin, polluting water: microbeads cause little stir here

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6. Construction halted at Taiwan nuclear plant after protests

The ruling Kuomintang party yielded to pressure from anti-nuclear demonstrators and promised to stop work at the plant

NO TO NUCLEAR. Taiwanese people carry a flag with the radioactivity trefoil symbol as they take part in a protest march during an anti-nuclear demonstration last March. Another rally was held in April, questioning the safety of nuclear plants. David Chang/EPA