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February 19, 2020 In The News

After the sun went down over Fallon on a peaceful Thursday evening, Donna Cossette sat on a black couch and leaned over a coffee table scattered with redbud. Cossette, a former chairman of the Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe, was planning to use the materials to make a cradleboard. 

February 11, 2020 In The News

U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland, D-N.M., introduced a Farmer’s Bill of Rights resolution Thursday that seeks to protect the rights of independent farmers, ranchers and traditional agricultural communities.

January 20, 2020 In The News

Thousands of people turned out at Civic Plaza on Sunday for Women Rising.

The annual rally and march promoted women’s rights and drew attention to issues women face today.

Elizabeth Berrey, with New Mexico Old Lesbians Organizing for Change, used her outfit to make a statement, wearing items women wore 100 years ago as part of the women's suffrage movement.

January 19, 2020 In The News

ALBUQUERQUE – The smells of burning sage, buffalo grass and palo santo greeted thousands of women as they gathered Sunday afternoon at Albuquerque’s Civic Plaza for the fourth annual New Mexico Women’s March. Any number of languages could be heard as one moved through the crowd — English, Spanish, Hebrew, Arabic and those from countless indigenous tribes.

January 15, 2020 In The News

To prevent millions of federal dollars from getting lost in translation, the New Mexico state and local governments, and nonprofits are aiming to knock down 2020 census barriers for residents who speak languages other than English.

January 13, 2020 In The News

WASHINGTON, D.C -- After an end-of-year push in which Indian Country's legislative agenda drew widespread attention thanks to one of President Donald Trump's tweets, more pro-tribal bills are being teed up for action in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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January 11, 2020 In The News

To prevent millions of federal dollars from getting lost in translation, the New Mexico state and local governments, and nonprofits are aiming to knock down 2020 census barriers for residents who speak languages other than English.

January 10, 2020 In The News

Hearing on “Reaching Hard-to-Count Communities in the 2020 Census”

The first enumeration of the 2020 Census is in a couple weeks in Toksook Bay, Alaska, which is a Yupik Alaska Native village, according to the National Congress of American Indians, and the lawmakers are worried that the Census Bureau isn’t prepared.

January 4, 2020 In The News

Scientists can now detect the “fingerprint” of human-caused climate change in global daily weather patterns, according to a groundbreaking analysis published Thursday in the journal Nature Climate Change.

January 3, 2020 In The News

The two-acre plot deep within east Oakland is a bright green oasis surrounded by urban sprawl. The creek that runs through it has been sealed with cement, and an interstate highway has been built overhead. But for Corrina Gould, this piece of land represents justice for Native Californians.

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