Tag: Jenni Monet
Running for Congress, leading the People's Climate March, and an apology from Sonic all in the Week That Was, May 7, 2017, in Indian country.
Arrested while covering the Dakota Access Pipeline protest at Standing Rock, journalist Jenni Monet spent the night of February 1 locked up in Morton County.
On World Press Freedom Day, Amnesty International USA urges Morton County, SD, to drop charges against journalist Jenni Monet.
Yet another police shooting death, liquor license wars, among stories gripping Indian country during g The Week That Was, April 30, 2017.
A beloved pow wows emcee walks on, federal budget gives chump change, and DAPL marches on, in Indian country the week of April 9.
Native Podcasts are the best way to connect to the Native American voices in Indian country - Here's a great list to choose from!
ICMN contributor Jenni Monet wins Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award for NoDAPL coverage.
Evo Morales, Bowling Green Massacre NYC, and arrested journalist Jenni Monet in The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 5–12, 2017.
FBI contacting water protectors who were involved in the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at Standing Rock, The Guardian reports.
Journalist Jenni Monet recounts her arrest while on assignment covering the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) for ICMN, and corrects the factual record.
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