Joey Clift is Cowlitz and a writer, comedian and film director. He's talking about his upcoming projects, including one of an animated show on Netflix.
Savannah Maher is Mashpee Wampanoag and a reporter at Marketplace. Her latest story is titled “How employer vaccine mandates are playing out in one tribal economy.” She tells us how the Northern Arapaho Tribe is enforcing employer vaccine mandates.
- For the first time in U.S. history, a Native person will head the National Park Service.
- Interior Secretary Deb Haaland declared an end to the derogatory s-word on Friday.
- Peru's justice system is being questioned in a forced sterilization case against Indigenous women.
- A new partnership brought free mammograms to Navajo women over the weekend.
- In honor of Native American Heritage month, the cast and crew of Rutherford Falls created a guide of recommendations of their favorite Native artists.
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