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Milwaukee Community Grief Ritual April 19 – 21

. Water Protectors https://tulsitea.wixsite.com/milwaukee?sfns=mo Indigenous cultures around the world have held rituals bringing the community together for time to reflect, grieve and relieve the repressed feelings that eventually erupt into violence, addiction, depression,anxiety or fear.Grief comes in many forms: Death of loved ones,divorce, loss of a job, abuse, neglect, natural disasters, loss of a dream… Continue reading Milwaukee Community Grief Ritual April 19 – 21

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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

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Adaptive Game Controllers for Disabled Gamers At Independence First in Milwaukee

Since November, 2018 when Microsoft announced the adaptive game controller Chris Hege Youth Leadership Coordinator at Independence First in Milwaukee, WI has been interested in acquiring adaptive gaming controllers for their disabled gamers. At first it started as just a resource. However, the decision was made to expand to make them available to the entire… Continue reading Adaptive Game Controllers for Disabled Gamers At Independence First in Milwaukee

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We Need to Stand Up for Native American Artists and Musicians That Depend on Opportunities Offered by Indian Summer Festival.

In 1999 as an UWM Native American Art & Music Student I remember how Indian Summer supported my education as a Native American Artist when I was awarded a Native American Art scholarship and Indian Summer honored me with an honor song and I danced in front of entire crowd of people at the pow… Continue reading We Need to Stand Up for Native American Artists and Musicians That Depend on Opportunities Offered by Indian Summer Festival.

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Revitalizing Native American Culture Through Oneida Beadwork Classes

Native Americans have a long history of traditionally using beadwork as part of their regalia. Regalia is a Native American term to describe the ceremonial clothes and accessories that Native Americans wear for ceremonies and for dancing at Pow Wows. In the beginning, Native Americans used natural materials like seeds and seashells to adorn their… Continue reading Revitalizing Native American Culture Through Oneida Beadwork Classes