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RIVERSIDE, Calif.—A Riverside High School math teacher may know a lot about  trigonometry, but she lacks wisdom on life matters—especially when it comes to Native Americans relations.

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The University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s Center for Health Journalism has selected Native News Online reporter Jenna Kunze, along with 19 other reporters, to participate in a data fellowship.

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Delegates to the California-Nevada United Methodist Church’s 137th Annual Conference to be held at the end of October will be asked to pass a resolution (Resolution #21) addressing the United Methodist Church’s role in operating Indian boarding schools in their diocesan district.

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On Saturday, October 16, Alexie Heline Echo-Hawk died in a head-on car collision in western Kansas while traveling to the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma with her father, Bunky Echo-Hawk, to attend a ceremony.

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TACOMA, Wash.— Global e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. is partnering with the Puyallup Tribe of Indians to open a massive sorting center on tribally owned lands near Tacoma, according to a report in Tribal Business News.  

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On Jan. 21, 1855, Makah villages in what is now the northwest coast of Washington made a deal with the U.S. government—a treaty—where tribal representatives ceded the title to 300,000 acres of tribal land to retain certain pre-existing rights into the future. Among them was a right to education, health care, and the explicit right to hunt seals, fish and whales.

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Former Democratic Michigan Congressman Dale Kildee, whose name appears on 134 pieces of legislation directly impacting Native Americans, passed away on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. Kildee, who served a Michigan district that included the city of Flint, served 18 terms in Congress from 1977 – 2013. During his time in Congress, Kildee became known as an expert on Native American policy and co-founded the Congressional Native American Caucus. Rep. Kildee was 92.

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The 15th annual Chumash Culture Day will be hosted on Facebook Live, featuring California-style Native American singing and dancing, from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 23.

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The Association for Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) is planning to make 175 awards to Native cultural institutions and their partners, in the $5,000-$50,000 range, to help them recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding is the result of $3.6 million in Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan (SHARP) funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).