Monthly Archives: March 2011

Truck Routes Through Reservations?

The ExxonMobil and other major oil companies are determined to run their trucks loaded with equipment through the Nez Perce reservation in order to get to the tar sands in Alberta Canada. Going through Washington, Idaho, Montana, and then north … Continue reading

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The Worst Solution

The concept of suicide is outright alarming. Whether it’s your friend, a family member, or a complete stranger, suicide hits hard for everyone. Hearing about the high numbers of suicides among the Native American teens and kids absolutely terrifies me. … Continue reading

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Jemez Pueblo Going (and Getting) Green

This green revolution we’re in seems to be inspiring everyone. From the Hawaiian musician Jack Johnson making his recording studio run on solar energy to the Jemez Pueblo tribe of New Mexico adding solar panels to their reservation, efforts have … Continue reading

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