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The article “Diabetes is a Killer” was recently covered by NativeNewsNetwork.com . The article discusses how walkers of the Longest Walk 3 entered Washington, D.C. on Friday morning. The walkers formed a circle in front of the White House and held a...
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My name is Randy Vasquez and the new website for my documentary film about one man's experience in the Indian boarding school is up at www.thickdarkfog.com. Next week, on July 15, my team and I will begin a fundraising campaign on kickstarter.com to...
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As a woman who found great strength from her participation in the Girl Scouts, I wanted to share this initiative with others who want to see more woman grow up and fill leadership roles in media and society as a whole.
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Martin Busch, the founder of the South Dakota Public Broadcasting system, died April 14 at the age of 89 at his home in Atchison, Kan. Busch was instrumental in the establishment of Vision Maker Media 35 years ago. Busch served as executive director...
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Congratulations to Gary Robinson (Choctaw/Cherokee) for his film "Tribal Journeys of the Pacific Northwest" for being selected to screen at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues May 16- 27, 2011 in New York. The United Nations...
A Year in Mooring is the latest film from Native director (and Vision Maker Media board member) Chris Eyre. The film had its world premiere at the recent South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, with both the director, and star/producer...
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Sitting in the cafe of The Magnolia hotel in downtown Denver, Colorado, this morning, a slice of gratitude shined on me. I was chewing on my strawberry cream cheese bagel—completely off my diet—reading a poem. It dawned on me that I am where I was...
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The Board of Directors at Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) announced today that Patricia Boero, Executive Director since 2007, has decided to resign, effective March 8, 2011. In her resignation letter, Ms. Boero stated she has enjoyed working at LPB...
A federal judge has approved the $3.4 billion Cobell v. Salazar settlement, sparking a nationwide search for hundreds of thousands of Native Americans whose names have been lost by the government. Two weeks after President Obama signed the...
A grassroots Native organization that recruits and supports Indian candidates is closing its doors after failing to gain sponsors. INDN’s List began in 2005 as a way to get more Indian candidates elected throughout the country. President Kalyn Free...

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