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  • This week’s stories: Native Network teams up with Microsoft deliver broadband internet to tribal communities in Montana and Washington; Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum receives sash that may have belongs to Chief Osceola; Pendleton Woolen Mills takes part in Giving Tuesday by contributing to the American Indian College Fund; N’we Jinan releases latest Native American youth music video; The StrongHearts Native Helpline moves its national headquarters.

    Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com

    Indian Country Communications, Inc. is an independent, Native-owned, reservation based business that produces IndianCountryTV.com and published News From Indian Country. We are located on the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation in Northern Wisconsin and have eight stock holders and are one of the few tribally oriented publications that is not owned, or politically controlled by a tribal government.

    News From Indian Country and IndianCountryTV are currently our main efforts to assist in providing the public with news and information from Indigenous Nations.


    Sasachiminesh says:

    Right away it's two commercial placements as news. I don't see how this educates us about ourselves or serves our shared needs. In some ways, internet is watering down culture and distracting us into colonized spaces, while a discount on factory blankets is not going to help with the multimillion dollar yearly loss on Native craft and artwork lost for non-Native imitation merch. Couldn't identify with this. Stolen personal goods of the dead are not my favorite viewing either, or to know that it's in a museum on display instead of being honorably interred with its proper owner by relatives. Dunno . . .

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