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Wearing face masks is proven to be effective for slowing the spread of the coronavirus but resistance remains.
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Native America Calling will check in with tribal officials about how delisting gray wolves affects their wildlife management plans.
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Native America Calling is shopping around for the best Native news stories on this day-after-Thanksgiving episode of the news roundup.
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Over the years Anishinabe artist Keith Secola has brought a lot to our Native communities with his creativity and voice.
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It’s been four centuries since the Pilgrims stepped off the Mayflower onto the shores of present day Massachusetts.
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In Native languages, some of our favorite words and phrases pack much more meaning than any English translation can encompass.
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Infection rates all over the country are spiking and tribes are reissuing strict shutdown orders aiming to slow down the spread of the coronavirus.
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Bluedog is not only a family affair but a group that prides itself on sharing the life experiences of Native people through sound.
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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.
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Started in 2011 as a way to show Native pride, Rock Your Mocs has grown into a multi-day collection of events and discussions.
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Native America Calling will talk about how being in a “Something Else” category affects Indigenous voices and experiences.
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Of the nearly 3.5 million people in the United States who have epilepsy, the Epilepsy Foundation estimates about 51,000 are Native Americans.
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Coronavirus infection rates continue to climb just as families are planning holiday gatherings.
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Landmark legislation protecting Native American cultural items turns 30.
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“Too Strong To Be Broken: The Life of Edward J. Driving Hawk” is a collaboration between siblings from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.
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Native America calling talk with health experts about how to get motivated to stay fit during these challenging times.
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The makers of the new film “Gather” assert that Native food rights are human rights and food helps keep Native people connected to culture.
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Native America Calling will be talking to Native writers about their craft and how to get those first words on paper.
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Native America Calling will catch up with playwright Larissa FastHorse (Sičháŋǧu Lakota), who just won a MacArthur Fellowship.
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The election is over and it’s time to add up the results. Are there any bright spots for Indian Country?
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Election Day always brings surprises, but so much is up in the air this year.
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Most states are seeing a rise in COVID-19 infections. In response, tribes are reinstating curfews and monitoring borders to keep infections numbers down.
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Ongoing violence marks a dispute over treaty rights and commercial lobster fishing in Nova Scotia.
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Research by the U.S. Census finds the turnout rate for Native voters is lower than the national average.
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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.
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As Election Day nears, worries about adequate access to the polls increase across Indian Country.
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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.
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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.
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The Trump Administration is moving to lift environmental protections on seven million acres in the Tongass National Forest in Alaska.
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People who get COVID-19 face many more potential outcomes than either death or full recovery.
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The economy, abortion, the environment, criminal justice and tribal sovereignty are among the issues that top the list of non-negotiable election topics.
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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.
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What do Native Americans look for in a Supreme Court justice? Join Native America Calling for a discussion.
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The federal government is pouring billions of dollars into the effort to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus. How will Indian Country be affected?
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Join Native America Calling as we hear from Choctaw recording artist Samantha Crain about her album “A Small Death.”
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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.
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Native America Calling (September 21, 2020)

Stay up to date this week with Native America Calling, your electronic talking circle.

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Native America Calling (September 14, 2020)

Stay up to date this week with Native America Calling, your electronic talking circle.