tag: native america calling
Native America Calling: Face masks for public health (December 4, 2020)Wearing face masks is proven to be effective for slowing the spread of the coronavirus but resistance remains.
Native America Calling: Removing protections for gray wolves (December 3, 2020)Native America Calling will check in with tribal officials about how delisting gray wolves affects their wildlife management plans.
Native America Calling: November in the news (November 27, 2020)Native America Calling is shopping around for the best Native news stories on this day-after-Thanksgiving episode of the news roundup.
Native America Calling: A Conversation with Keith Secola (November 26, 2020)Over the years Anishinabe artist Keith Secola has brought a lot to our Native communities with his creativity and voice.
Native America Calling: Perspectives on the Mayflower 400 years later (November 25, 2020)It’s been four centuries since the Pilgrims stepped off the Mayflower onto the shores of present day Massachusetts.
Native America Calling: Native words to live by (November 24, 2020)In Native languages, some of our favorite words and phrases pack much more meaning than any English translation can encompass.
Native America Calling: COVID-19 rates on the rise (November 23, 2020)Infection rates all over the country are spiking and tribes are reissuing strict shutdown orders aiming to slow down the spread of the coronavirus.
Native America Calling: Music Maker (November 20, 2020)Bluedog is not only a family affair but a group that prides itself on sharing the life experiences of Native people through sound.
Native America Calling: Addiction during the pandemic (November 19, 2020)The National Institutes of Health warns that stress and isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic can exacerbate the triggers for those vulnerable to addiction.
Native America Calling: Rock Your Mocs (November 18, 2020)Started in 2011 as a way to show Native pride, Rock Your Mocs has grown into a multi-day collection of events and discussions.
Native America Calling: “Something Else” speaks to Native exclusion (November 17, 2020)Native America Calling will talk about how being in a “Something Else” category affects Indigenous voices and experiences.
Native America Calling: Understanding epilepsy (November 16, 2020)Of the nearly 3.5 million people in the United States who have epilepsy, the Epilepsy Foundation estimates about 51,000 are Native Americans.
Native America Calling: Are holiday get-togethers safe? (November 13, 2020)Coronavirus infection rates continue to climb just as families are planning holiday gatherings.
Native America Calling: Three decades of protecting cultural patrimony (November 12, 2020)Landmark legislation protecting Native American cultural items turns 30.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (November 11, 2020)“Too Strong To Be Broken: The Life of Edward J. Driving Hawk” is a collaboration between siblings from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.
Native America Calling: Staying fit during the pandemic (November 10, 2020)Native America calling talk with health experts about how to get motivated to stay fit during these challenging times.
Native America Calling: Personal stories of traditional food connections (November 9, 2020)The makers of the new film “Gather” assert that Native food rights are human rights and food helps keep Native people connected to culture.
Native America Calling: Write the great Native American novel (November 6, 2020)Native America Calling will be talking to Native writers about their craft and how to get those first words on paper.
Native America Calling: Keeping up with Larissa FastHorse (November 5, 2020)Native America Calling will catch up with playwright Larissa FastHorse (Sičháŋǧu Lakota), who just won a MacArthur Fellowship.
Native America Calling: The results are in? (November 4, 2020)The election is over and it’s time to add up the results. Are there any bright spots for Indian Country?
Native America Calling: Historic election day (November 3, 2020)Election Day always brings surprises, but so much is up in the air this year.
Native America Calling: Tribes confront new COVID-19 surge (November 2, 2020)Most states are seeing a rise in COVID-19 infections. In response, tribes are reinstating curfews and monitoring borders to keep infections numbers down.
Native America Calling: Canada’s Lobster War (October 29, 2020)Ongoing violence marks a dispute over treaty rights and commercial lobster fishing in Nova Scotia.
Native America Calling: The choice whether to vote (October 26, 2020)Research by the U.S. Census finds the turnout rate for Native voters is lower than the national average.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (October 23, 2020)In “The Ghost Road: Anishnaabe Responses to Indian Hating,” author and professor Matthew Fletcher shows how the law has harmed Native people and shaped the policies that govern them.
Native America Calling: Growing the youth vote (October 22, 2020)What are the issues that are important to young Native voters?
Native America Calling: ‘Blueprint’ for erasing domestic violence (October 21, 2020)When domestic violence happens there’s a number of agencies involved including the justice system, police, and social service agencies.
Native America Calling: Don’t forget about cold and flu season (October 20, 2020)COVID-19 isn’t the only infectious disease to be concerned about as the weather gets colder.
Native America Calling: Momentum for taking LANDBACK (October 19, 2020)The LANDBACK campaign calls out the social and political structures built on stolen land and advocates for returning land to Native nations.
Native America Calling: Native voting access update (October 16, 2020)As Election Day nears, worries about adequate access to the polls increase across Indian Country.
Native America Calling: Indigenous studies crash course (October 12, 2020)Native America Calling is cracking the books and bringing in the experts to discuss the go-to sources for learning about history from the Native perspective.
Native America Calling: Surviving the ‘dumpster fire’ (October 9, 2020)A global pandemic, devastating forest fires, record unemployment, a historic recession, racial unrest and a contentious election are all piling up to make for a stressful year.
Native America Calling: Long-lasting effects of COVID-19 (October 7, 2020)People who get COVID-19 face many more potential outcomes than either death or full recovery.
Native America Calling: The issues that decide the election (October 6, 2020)The economy, abortion, the environment, criminal justice and tribal sovereignty are among the issues that top the list of non-negotiable election topics.
Native America Calling: Sound advice for avoiding falls (October 5, 2020)The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention list falls above crashes as the leading cause of fatal injuries for Native Americans over the age of 65.
Native America Calling: Filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat (October 2, 2020)What do Native Americans look for in a Supreme Court justice? Join Native America Calling for a discussion.
Native America Calling: The race for a coronavirus vaccine (October 1, 2020)The federal government is pouring billions of dollars into the effort to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus. How will Indian Country be affected?
Native America Calling: Music Maker (September 29, 2020)Join Native America Calling as we hear from Choctaw recording artist Samantha Crain about her album “A Small Death.”
Native America Calling: Will the 2020 Census accurately count Native Americans? (September 28, 2020)The deadline for all U.S. residents to fill out the 2020 Census is approaching fast. Tune into Native America Calling to find out how the Indian Country is being affected.
116th 2020 alaska alaska native arizona bia cares act coronavirus crime cronkite news deb haaland democrats doi donald trump economic development elections employment house ihs indigenous peoples day joe biden jonathan nez judiciary land-into-trust languages media meetings mmiw montana native america calling native sun news today native vote navajo oklahoma racism radio republicans scia senate south dakota sovereignty supreme court treaties women youth