Tag: pit river tribe
Michelle L. LaPena
There comes a time when history begins to repeat itself. The Indigenous occupation around the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation is such a time. While there are many differences between the occupation of Wounded Knee in the early 1970s and the Sacred Stone encampment, there are many common Both...
Three Native American students from across California have each received a $10,000 scholarship from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.
There are too many sacred places across Turtle Island to count. In this series we will take a look at some beautiful sacred place imagery.
Many sacred places across Turtle Island need prayers—here are four that fit the bill, but they aren't alone.
Big stories in Indian country during the week preceding May 1, 2016; The Week That Was.
Pit River Tribe and allies scored a landmark victory April 19, when Judge Mendez ruled the BLM illegally extended 26 geothermal leases to Calpine Corp
Mark R. Day
Ishi, known as the 'Last Wild Indian in California,’ died of TB 100 years ago on March 25, 1916, five years after descending from the mountains.
On February 27, some 100 indigenous people and supporters gathered for a Walk to Save Oak Flat at the California State Capitol Building.
The BIA orchestrated a six-hour raid on two marijuana-growing operations on Pit River tribal land last week and now the Pit River Tribe is fuming.
Both of the grow operations were well in excess of the locally enacted marijuana cultivation limits applicable to county land.
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