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30 Native American News & Art Blog Posts for NaNoWriMo in November

NaNoWriMo is celebrating their 20 year Anniversary! NaNoWriMo is the challenge to write 50,000 words in the month of November. Since November is also the Native American Heritage Month, I have decided that I am writing 30 Native American News and Art Blog Posts here at WenonaGardner.com for NaNoWriMo. If you are writing during NaNoWriMo… Continue reading 30 Native American News & Art Blog Posts for NaNoWriMo in November

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Living Memorial: Artist’s Way Circle

Artist’s Way Circle was founded in May 20, 2000 as a living Memorial to my best friend & fellow UWM Student Steve Nemacheck who committed suicide March 5, 2000. Steve was a Blackfoot Artist Student at University of Wisconsin of Milwaukee with me who had PTSD after a major car accident. Steve’s wife left him… Continue reading Living Memorial: Artist’s Way Circle

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Wenona Gardner Morning Star Music Journalist with the Native American Journalist

Boozhoo (Hello in Ojibwe), My name is Wenona Lee Gardner. I am a Native American Journalist. My Indian name is Wabun Anung which means in Morning Star in Ojibwe. I am enrolled in the Stockbridge - Munsee band of Mohican Tribal Nation of Bowler, Wisconsin. I reside in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have a BA in… Continue reading Wenona Gardner Morning Star Music Journalist with the Native American Journalist

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RIP Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Medicine Woman and Pipe Carrier Eleanor (Monteen) Soto

I just found out that my mom just passed away and I have to make funeral arrangements out of town. Our reservation is up north four hours from Milwaukee. Traditionally we turn off cellphones and computers and go into Ceremony in a sacred fire for three days in mourning. My mom was more than my… Continue reading RIP Mohican, Oneida, Brothertown Medicine Woman and Pipe Carrier Eleanor (Monteen) Soto

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The Other Side of The Coin: Ancestry DNA Tests are Good For Tribes to Reconnect with Their Lost Birds the Native American Adopted & Fostered Searching Their Way to Come Back To Tribal Homes

As a Native American Journalist with my White Turtle Rainbow Native American Media and Broadcasting Company and launching a Native Podcast on Native American Music and News I had to write a 17 Page Podcast Business Plan. So in order to complete my Podcast Business Plan I have been researching Native American Podcasts and the… Continue reading The Other Side of The Coin: Ancestry DNA Tests are Good For Tribes to Reconnect with Their Lost Birds the Native American Adopted & Fostered Searching Their Way to Come Back To Tribal Homes

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Why I Believe Publishing Articles on Indian Summer Festival is Important To Cover for My Journalism Homework

Judy, I shared your email with my FullSail Graduate Journalism Professors, UWM Professor in Ojibwe Language and Director of Electa Quinney Institute, a Mohican Tribal Government Worker, a representative from Native American Journalist Association which I am a member, and my Native American attorneys. They all said I am legally allowed to publish stories, videos,… Continue reading Why I Believe Publishing Articles on Indian Summer Festival is Important To Cover for My Journalism Homework