Missionaries in Hawai’i | More Attacks on ICWA | Is Tulsa Indian Country? | MMIWG epidemic

Sending you all a big thanks for reading this news roundup and Happy Turkey “Big Food” Day tomorrow… Lara/Trace An Exhibition Critically Explores the History of Missionaries in Hawai’i WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — In August 1806, five students on the campus of Williams College took refuge from a sudden thunderstorm beside a haystack and vowed to […]

Adoptees murdered by parents?

Did Hana’s parents ‘train’ her to death? The deaths of the three children each allegedly happened at the hands of their parents. Though they lived in different parts of the country, the parents all had several things in common: They adopted children, home-schooled them and beat them with quarter-inch plastic tubes. They also followed the […]

First Voices Indigenous Radio #John Kane

NATIVE AMERICAN RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMENTATOR JOHN KANE WILL BRING HIS BRAND OF NATIVE TALK RADIO TO WBAI-FM (PACIFICA) IN NEW YORK CITY ON JULY 11 AND JULY 18 (WASHINGTON, D.C., July 9, 2013) – For the next two weeks, Native American radio and television commentator John Kane of “Let’s Talk Native…with John Kane” will […]

ALTERNATIVE TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

By J. Glenn Evans Below is the address I made at the University of Washington the 30th of January 2013 before a meeting of the Socialist Alternative Party.  It reflects my thoughts on where we are today and what we must do to redeem the dream of a true democracy that our founding fathers set […]

UW conference examines #HumanTrafficking

UW conference examines human trafficking Dailyuw January 13, 2013 at 8:35 PM | Zosha Millman The broad definition of human trafficking has continued to grow with the work of a UW task force. This weekend the definition was examined in a public conference. The two-day conference at the UW addressed the issues and causes of […]

Adoption supply and demand: infants

Why it Costs More to Adopt a White Baby, By Dean Schabner abcnews.go.com  Preacher Calls Adoption Fees Discriminatory When a couple seeking to adopt a white baby is charged $35,000 and a couple seeking a black baby is charged $4,000, the image that comes to the Rev. Ken Hutcherson’s mind is of a practice that was outlawed […]