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Heartbeat of Red Cliff Band Arrested in Capitol

January 27, 2012 by Barbara With Sam Morris of the Red Cliff Band was arrested for drumming a prayer in the Wisconsin state capitol just after noon today. He was escorted out of the building by Capitol Police officers and was issued a $260 ticket for disorderly conduct. Tribal attorney Glenn Stoddard was nearby and attempted […]

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Menominee Elder Offers Blessing to Opponents

January 25, 2012 by Barbara With Rebecca Kemble and Orman Waukau share a warm embrace late in the evening of the public hearing on mining on January 11. Members of the Menominee tribe were kept waiting nine hours before they were allowed to testify. The hearing was held at the Hurley Inn, Hurley, Wisconsin — […]

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The Anishinaabe Speak: There Will Be No Mines In The Penokees

January 17, 2012 by Rebecca Kemble and Barbara With [Editors note: The petition linked below has been closed since it is a year old. A similar photo essay about a hearing that took place on January 23, 2013 on a similar mining bill can be found by clicking here.] Below is the testimony from members […]

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