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TransCanada Pipeline Explodes in West Virginia

A newly installed TransCanada natural gas pipeline exploded early Thursday in the remote Nixon Ridge area of Marshall County in West Virginia. No injuries were reported but flames and smoke from the blast could be seen as far as 20 miles away, residents told local media. Area police told CBS News the fire was “very large—if you can see it from your […]

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Nestlé’s Ice Mountain Bottled Water Leaves Nothing for Michigan’s Trout

A public gathering for a hearing on Nestlé’s groundwater pumping expansion at Ferris State University, April 2018Neil Blake, MLive.com Ankle deep in water, 83-year-old Jim Maturen unreeled his fishing line and watched it plunge into Michigan’s Chippewa Creek. Attached to the end was a thermometer. When the water’s temperature appeared on the display, retired surveyor […]

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Be Indigenous Yoga Inspired: Haley’s Healing Journey

Haley Laughter, the founder and CEO of Hozho Total Wellness, is on a mission to help Indigenous people heal through the conscious physical movements of yoga. Haley grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and faced many of the difficulties which affect Native Americans who are experiencing historical trauma: the loss of a Native language, […]

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Understanding Historical Trauma and Native Americans

  Strength, courage, and resilience have always been a part of who we are as Native peoples. But many, many years ago, the Native way of life was disrupted and destroyed by European settlers. Native Americans were driven from their lands, forbidden to speak their languages or express their cultures. Diseases like smallpox and tuberculosis […]

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Native American Council offers amnesty to 220 million undocumented whites

A council of Native American leaders has offered partial amnesty to the estimated 220 million illegal white immigrants living in the United States. The “white” problemhas been a topic of much debate in the Native American community for centuries, and community leaders have decided the time has come to properly address it.* Daily Currant reports, “At a meeting […]

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Breaking Barriers: Honoring the Children

Native Hope prides itself in working to empower Native Americans in a multitude of ways, and this spring, team members have not only been touring to film stories across the United States but also hitting the ground to inspire youth. Our staff members each possess stories and passions that drive them to motivate Native American […]

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Several B.C. First Nations eyeing stake in Trans Mountain pipeline project, says Cheam chief

At same time, some Indigenous opponents say opposition will grow after federal deal with Kinder Morgan Cheam First Nation Chief Ernie Crey says some First Nations in B.C. are considering a stake in the Trans Mountain pipeline project. (Nick Purdon/CBC ) Several First Nations in British Columbia are seriously considering buying a stake in the Trans […]

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NICOLE KIDMAN SAYS: TRUMP IS THE BEST PRESIDENT IN U.S HISTORY, WE MUST RESPECT HIM.

While much of Hollywood has spent its political capital in the weeks since the election lambasting President-elect Donald Trump and fawning over outgoing President Barack Obama, actress Nicole Kidman has taken a different — and certainly unexpected — tack. During an interview this week with BBC News, the “Lion” star, who noted that she tries […]

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Celebrating the Power of Native Women and Native Mothers

The Legend of the White Buffalo Woman One summer a long time ago, the seven sacred council fires of the Lakota Sioux came together and camped. The sun was strong, and the people were starving, for there was no game. Two young men went out to hunt. Along the way, the two men met a […]

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Native Beauty, According to a Native Woman

All throughout my childhood, my mom always reminded me that each person is made up of four components: physical, which is your physical body; emotional, your emotional state along with your feelings; mental, which is your mentality and what goes on in your head; and finally, your spirit, which is this energy that lives inside you. […]

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