Tag Archives: Native news
…in 2023. Some topics (think U.S. politics) were predominant every day even to the point of overexposure. At the same time, topics such as Indian Country are routinely underexposed with little media coverage. So, we are thankful you devoted some of your reading time and attention to our blogs and Native news too.
Earlier this year, the remains of more than 215 Native American children were discovered on the grounds of a former boarding school… PWNA president & CEO Joshua Arce shares his reaction to the discovery and weighs in on Deb Haalandâ€™s recent opinion piece [on the matter].
Native News Pick of the Month: President Biden’s Thrifty Food Plan and What it Means for Native Families
Earlier this year, President Biden shared his… American Families Plan that will expand access to free school lunch and summertime cash benefits for families with children…supporting some of America’s most impoverished communities â€“ and Native Americans should not be left behind.
The [Guardian] article reported on several different tribal communities from around the country buying back land that was previously taken from them and given to non-Native landowners.
Native News Pick of the Month: The Disconnect between Philanthropy and Native American Food Sovereignty
…Native News Pick of the Month: Funders want to help ensure Native food sovereignty. Many in those communities want philanthropy to do better…
Native News Pick of the Month: COVID-19â€™s Toll on Elders and The Perspective of One Indigenous Man
Native American Elders transfer our cultural knowledge to the younger generations. Yet every day, COVID-19 is taking our Elders. at higher rates than ever â€“ and with them ancestral knowledge we may never regain.
Need a good read? Check out our roundup of the best articles on Native American life and culture for the month of October.
PWNA’s goal is to keep you informed about Native life from across the country. Read the top stories from September on a school boycott, a coalition for positive change, and a look into the future of Native media.
HUD’s mission is “to ensure that all Americans have access to safe and affordable housing… there is also â€œspecial responsibilityâ€ to Native Americans â€œwho govern themselves on their tribal landsâ€ and preserve their heritage and culture.â€
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