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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

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05:01 min | Last month

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"One, eight, hundred, nine, six, two, eight, four, eight, with us today is does Evans a she is a teaching assistant for the UT language project and we are tapping her knowledge about scholarships and what approaches different students take and Desma when you think of this year understand you're taking a gap year anything you want to share about that in any thoughts of how? This affects reaching out for scholarships. Yeah definitely it's does something. I'm trying to figure out whenever I return back to school I was planning on returning master but unfortunately do to Kobe nineteen and some other factors and. Haven't been able to get back into school but It's definitely something that when I do get back into school that I'm going to think about writing my scholarships because really realistically like there's no like those against like I, mean back to school after a certain period of time and your scholarships, but it is something that you do want to address. and having a reason why that you took that break for me? Personally, it was like I decided to take some time off the school because I had been going for so long and I could feel myself being worn out from doing. five years of school back to back And I also had an opportunity to work for my tribal language program. So I definitely do talk about that in my all ship essays in the future when I do return back to school and having yeah that explanation of why took the time off and what I'm learning and then what I'm planning to do with my education in completing it very important desma. Thank you for sharing that Dr Corey, Still Director of scholarship operations at the American Indian Graduate Center is also Here, with us and Dr Steele, is there any advice you have for other students who are like Dez bond saying okay is pandemic is too much. This is the year I'm not you know I'm taking my gap year this year any advice for them, and of course, you know she saying she's GonNa use it as a part of her story, which is I. Think what you're talking about your voice while you're doing what you're doing the path you're on, go ahead Dr Steele any comments? Yeah, most definitely and again, just going back to the gap year I. that's perfectly okay. You know there's a lot of students that I've talked to. That are some of our students through American Indian graduate. Center and some that aren't that have said listen I'm not an online learner I. Know if this had happened when I was still I was.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:53 min | Last month

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"NHS At the American Indian Graduate Center and Dr. Steele. We're going to hear what some people have done but something that came to mind during the break was scholarships that you tried out for. You didn't get in the follow up. Is there anything you can tell our listening audience about maybe reaching back and finding out why you didn't get a certain scholarship or you know how do you make your application better d. suggest doing that if so how go ahead? Dr Steele. Definitely Many times I would just have them reach out and just ask questions and be you know is is there is there something I could do better depending on the program or depending what the organization they? They may have policies in place that doesn't allow them to do that but more than oftentimes You can get feedback a lot of the Times it. It may not even be something that's on your end You know there's a lot of times that reference may not have submitted. And they just never told you or maybe the university never submitted their stuff Even if you don't get accepted for scholarship one year always try in the next year you know especially a lot of scholarships are competitive scholarships and so it might be you know. You just you need to spend a little bit more time working on your essays or take the year and work on your community service community involvement a little bit. But I would definitely always encourage students to reapply for any scholarships that they may not have received the year before Another big thing though is as you're applying for different scholarship programs. Different organizations like American Indian Graduate Center have multiple opportunities and so One of the things I tell students also as you're applying, don't just apply for the one big scholarship program. Make sure you're applying for everything that you're eligible for in their system It's kind of the the proverbial putting all your eggs in one basket because if for instance, you might not get awarded into that one program but you applied for the other three programs that organization may offer. You could still get some type of assistance from them. Versus if you only apply for that one program,.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:02 min | Last month

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Year for Native College Students. There are groups like American Indian services, American Indian. Graduate Center and the American Indian Education They all have scholarships available and can help connect students with other resources in scholarships. And there are also some covid nineteen relief funds available for students will hear more about that and what it takes to get scholarships coming up but we'd like to hear from you too. Are you a college student looking for a scholarship? Tips and advice. Are you taking advantage of these opportunities that are available now call in tell us what you did what you're thinking or opportunities you're going for. We're at one, eight, hundred, nine, nine, six to eight for eight. That's also one..

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This? Is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez voters in. Tuesday's Kansas primary elected a Navajo woman for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas State House of Representatives district ten Rondo of Aldo has more Christina has would twenty six years old is set to become the third native American and youngest member in the Kansas legislature as the race will be uncontested in the general election three other. Native women and Kansas all won their primaries. Tuesday has what graduated from both Haskell Indian nations university and the University of Kansas and felt her presence was needed to represent everyone in Douglas County which includes Lawrence Kansas a lot of these issues that happen at our level. The people don't really experience this particularly like me I've grown up in not the best neighborhoods I've grown up on like wick in section eight housing reduced lunch programs, even tribal clothing from nation living here, and I don't really hear that much stories of like like that this wasn't like fifty years ago. This is pretty recent And just seeing that type. I WANNA see that type of representation statehouse and And I I believe I'm qualified to do this. Believe our voices I'm voice that you know a lot of us feel like that wasn't her being heard of and I hope I can bring that to the State House. has would one unofficially with two thousand, two, hundred, thirty, nine votes compared to Brandon Holland five, hundred, five votes and AJ Stevens. Four hundred fifty, five votes. This is Rhonda Nevada for National Native News. Native American US congresswoman cherise. David's was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas Third District seat. She'll face Amanda Adkins November who in the Republican race Tuesday. The American Indian Graduate Center has received a twenty million dollar donation from writer Mackenzie Scott ex wife of Amazon's at CEO Christine Trudeau reports the American Indian Graduate Center or AIG see received an unprecedented twenty million dollar individual donation of unrestricted funds from Mackenzie Scott. Scott. said in a recent announcement tweet that the contributions following up on a commitment she made last year to give away a majority of her wealth in her lifetime she continued in opposed to be a medium that of the nonprofits elected that quote every one of them is telling complex challenges that will require sustained effort over many years while simultaneously addressing consequences of the Covid nineteen pandemic AFDC Executive Director Angelique Albert we are just a mess like. To be a recipient of this incredible generosity really honored that she's just trusting us to do the work that promotes equity and justice in our in our society. At the time she says, students were hit hard last spring enough for the organization to create a designated Student Emergency Fund that started in. March. So far the additional fund has distributed over two hundred thousand dollars to Aggie students emergency needs because of the pandemic. Cova fill impacting our communities and our students have a hard time. They still are having a hard time. So going back to school has created additional challenges because some universities are doing remote but some are not heading into the fall semester. Albert says funds will address student needs covering housing utility bill, and household item costs along with technology access. Scott's donation is the largest individual donor gift in unrestricted funds over Aig sees fifty year history the solutions journalism network who funds this reporting was also included in Scott's nonprofit donations. I'm Christine Trudeau and demand Honiara Gonzales..

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Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat

Native America Calling

03:52 min | 2 months ago

Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat

"This? Is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez voters in. Tuesday's Kansas primary elected a Navajo woman for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas State House of Representatives district ten Rondo of Aldo has more Christina has would twenty six years old is set to become the third native American and youngest member in the Kansas legislature as the race will be uncontested in the general election three other. Native women and Kansas all won their primaries. Tuesday has what graduated from both Haskell Indian nations university and the University of Kansas and felt her presence was needed to represent everyone in Douglas County which includes Lawrence Kansas a lot of these issues that happen at our level. The people don't really experience this particularly like me I've grown up in not the best neighborhoods I've grown up on like wick in section eight housing reduced lunch programs, even tribal clothing from nation living here, and I don't really hear that much stories of like like that this wasn't like fifty years ago. This is pretty recent And just seeing that type. I WANNA see that type of representation statehouse and And I I believe I'm qualified to do this. Believe our voices I'm voice that you know a lot of us feel like that wasn't her being heard of and I hope I can bring that to the State House. has would one unofficially with two thousand, two, hundred, thirty, nine votes compared to Brandon Holland five, hundred, five votes and AJ Stevens. Four hundred fifty, five votes. This is Rhonda Nevada for National Native News. Native American US congresswoman cherise. David's was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas Third District seat. She'll face Amanda Adkins November who in the Republican race Tuesday. The American Indian Graduate Center has received a twenty million dollar donation from writer Mackenzie Scott ex wife of Amazon's at CEO Christine Trudeau reports the American Indian Graduate Center or AIG see received an unprecedented twenty million dollar individual donation of unrestricted funds from Mackenzie Scott. Scott. said in a recent announcement tweet that the contributions following up on a commitment she made last year to give away a majority of her wealth in her lifetime she continued in opposed to be a medium that of the nonprofits elected that quote every one of them is telling complex challenges that will require sustained effort over many years while simultaneously addressing consequences of the Covid nineteen pandemic AFDC Executive Director Angelique Albert we are just a mess like. To be a recipient of this incredible generosity really honored that she's just trusting us to do the work that promotes equity and justice in our in our society. At the time she says, students were hit hard last spring enough for the organization to create a designated Student Emergency Fund that started in. March. So far the additional fund has distributed over two hundred thousand dollars to Aggie students emergency needs because of the pandemic. Cova fill impacting our communities and our students have a hard time. They still are having a hard time. So going back to school has created additional challenges because some universities are doing remote but some are not heading into the fall semester. Albert says funds will address student needs covering housing utility bill, and household item costs along with technology access. Scott's donation is the largest individual donor gift in unrestricted funds over Aig sees fifty year history the solutions journalism network who funds this reporting was also included in Scott's nonprofit donations. I'm Christine Trudeau and demand Honiara

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Let's have race or religion. Oh John Lewis a debt of gratitude. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, calling Louis a titan of the civil rights movement whose bravery transformed our nation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell writing You do not need to agree with John on many policy details to be awed by his life, admire his dedication to his neighbors and George's fifth district or appreciate his generous, respectful and friendly bearing ABC is Rachel Scott Case of Kobe, 19. Spiking in the Sunbelt. ABC is Meghan Tevrizian, the number of confirmed Corona virus cases rising around the country and the world in the U. S. Cove in 19 cases, up nearly 20% from last week. You have a choice you convey Tabasco you Khun B. Have a tube in your mouth, 28 states plus Puerto Rico and Washington, D. C. Now issuing mask mandates. This is ABC News. While the NFL's Washington franchise considers a name change. They may have to go through a nickname harder. ABC is Todd and Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark, huh? Then apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademark for or being mentioned. Here's what he owns. So far, so hail to the Washington veterans, Americans, monuments, federals renegades. Glad Here's Founders, football clubs and his pistons or red tailed hawk, McCauley told the NFL. The names are free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate center and unrecognized tribal communities. Todd and ABC News Who's Jay Z. Briana and other celebrities are calling on the U. S. Department of Justice to investigate the death of 20 year old Danbury Henry Jr. The Black Pace University football player was killed by a white officer in New York Nearly a decade ago, they sent a letter to U. S. Attorney General William Bar Line of Buoys ABC News. Have you ever thought about thing? Good bye to your job, Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, a 39 year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the on ly one that had really long term potential, he bought it. Right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next $1,000,000,000 success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home will grab a pen because I'm about to.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is the first civil lawsuit that's filed, but there are still three pending state in federal investigations into hide in a hole and along with the residents who didn't survive the virus, 84 others were infected. While the NFL's watching Tonight franchise considers a name change, they may have to go through. Ah nickname Hoarder. ABC is taught and explains, Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self or claim trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademarks for or being mentioned. Here's what he owned. So far, so hail to the Washington Veterans, Americans Monuments, federals renegades. Glad. Hear its founders, football clubs, pandas, pig stand or red tails, McCauley told the NFL. The names are free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate Center, an unrecognized trouble communities Todd and ABC News. We've all seen and heard of all too many businesses forced to close because of the pandemic Well, We can now add whiskies on Boylston Street in Boston to that ever growing list the Globe reporting that the whiskey's manager confirmed the closure. The bar closed back in mid March and never reopened. Meanwhile, the field pub in Cambridge, shutting its doors after 25 years flat Top Johnny's and Kendall Square, closing in the middle of August after 27 years. It's for 08 and we go now to Bloomberg with a check on business In the 19 eighties, when the supermarket salad bar first came on the scene, it changed the way consumers shopped like made supermarkets a bit more of a destination. But with the Corona virus pandemic the salad bar as we know it has fast become a thing of the past, Bloomberg reporter Matthew Boiled. I don't think they have police tape around them, but they might as well I mean, there's no way in the world that a supermarket's going to open up a display of open food with tongues and forks that everybody In touch and, you know, breathe on salad bars or lucrative, which is why supermarkets are pulling out all the stops to make sure they survived. The pandemic in one form or another public's in Florida, is now preparing packaged it salads to order. Other grocers have rented space to food service chains. Ohio based Tynan's has turned to new technology is basically you know, a robotic vending machine that Takes your order. It holds 22 ingredients, and it will create a fresh salad for you for about seven bucks. Six foot toll sell ad vending machine is called Sally. I'm Gina. Serve Eddie Bloomberg Business on W. B z. Boston's news radio. Was your car getting.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Night, the conflict flared up. 20 people were arrested by local police. Following intense skirmishes between protesters and uniformed officers, reports of peaceful protesters who claimed to have been the target of federal agents in unmarked vans. Experts questioned the legal merits of detaining law abiding demonstrators, even if released without charges. The FBI says two agents are injured and a suspect is dead and an arrest warrant shootout incident in Arizona Thie agents were shot as they approached the apartment door of the suspect early yesterday morning in the Phoenix suburb of Messa. They were looking to arrest serial bank robbery suspect Abraham Rivera also called the Bandage Bandit. Neither of the agents injuries are life threatening. The FBI's not saying whether Rivera was killed by the agents, gunfire or whether he took his own life. As the Washington Redskins consider changing their team named their new moniker may come from an unusual enthusiast Martin McCauley is a self proclaimed trademark hog with the very expensive hobby of buying the rights to different names. He's got 44 different trademarks, and he's saying he's reached out to the NFL, saying he'll hand them over for free in exchange for a donation to Native American organizations that support higher education. He told ABC he's hired a trademark attorney and is waiting to hear back From the league. That would be nice to be reimbursed for this. $40 an hour attorney um Hi. Had the offer on the table that these were free 10 days before they change the name and that's still the offer. Kali says He'd like the team to make a contribution to the American Indian graduate Center and a contribution to the unrecognized tribal communities. It's 3 2110.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The lawsuit is based on a scathing state report. They found the home's leadership made catastrophic mistakes and failed to stem the spread of the virus bleeding to deplorable conditions. Governor Baker wouldn't talk about the lawsuit but said, But having now talked to many of the families over the course of many hours, I am more than aware of the pain and the sadness and the loss that they feel. This is the first civil lawsuit that I filed, but there are still three pending state and federal investigations into what happened in Julio and along with the residents who did not survive the virus of the home. 84 others were infected. While the NFL's Washington franchise considers a name change there, they may have to go through and nicknamed Hoarder. ABC is Todd and explains, Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademarks for were being mentioned. Here's what he owned. So far, so hail to the Washington Veterans, Americans, Monuments, federals renegades. Glad Here's founders, football clubs and his pig skins or red tailed hawk. McCauley told the NFL the names of free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian Graduate center, an unrecognized trouble communities Todd and ABC News. It is to await. Let's check in now with Bloomberg business seems like everyone and his uncle is selling face coverings to fight the spread of covert from street corner vendors to big retail. The owner of the old Navy and Banana Republic brands is offering the masks in bulk with the city of New York State of California and Kaiser Permanente among clients, putting in orders so far. Caps as the masks or both high quality and fashionable. The demand for masks everywhere is growing exponentially, even e sellers on its ear on the mask wagon. Within two weeks, we had 20,000 sellers making fabric facemasks, Josh Silverman, etc. CEO says Mask mania hit hard and fast You were saying about nine searches her second and with good reason. You have the likes of conservative Texas governor Greg Abbott pleading for citizens to put him on. Medical studies have shown that Wearing a face covering slows the spread of covert 19. The gap move is in no brainer. As retail came to a standstill, many in the industry seek ways to make it in a pandemic. I'm Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg Business on W B Z Boston's news rate was your car getting three.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"News I'm Yoon Hee han fives and all federal buildings lowered to half staff in honor civil rights icon and longtime Georgia Congressman John Lewis, who died Friday. At the age of 80. Lewis dedicated his life to combating hatred with Nonviolence and the class between state and local officials over Cove in 19 continues. Texas governor Abbott says there's no shutdown despite pleas from Houston's mayor, East Houston's Democratic representative Sylvia Garcia, We have a really, really sad state of affairs in Texas when you're Leave that refrigerator refrigerated trailers going to the valley. I'm going to Corpus because the works can't hold the body's been 19 numbers continue higher around the country. Arizona reporting a record 147 deaths. Florida reporting 10,328 you cases and organs Attorney general is suing the Department of Homeland Security for allegedly arresting protesters without probable cause. This is ABC News. While the NFL's Washington franchise considers a name change. They may have to go through a nickname, order says ABC is Todd. Aunt, Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names, and all of those names that I have registered trademark for were being mentioned. Here's what he owns. So far, so hail to the Washington Veterans, Americans, Monuments, federals renegades. Glad Here's founders, football clubs and his pig skins or red tailed hawk, McCauley told the NFL the names of free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate center, an unrecognized tribal communities. The Redskins owner Dan Snyder, is launching an investigation after 15 former female employees made allegations of sexual harassment and verbal abuse. Meanwhile, Burger King adding lemon grass to the diet of some cows to fight climate change. Cows produce methane when they digest food, which becomes greenhouse gases. And Burger King says it hopes to reduce the cows. A mission by third Han ABC News The I. R s finally caught up with Louis paid my taxes in eight years. A lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're gonna take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish, Okay. They don't care. They don't thank you take that Louis found out about Optima Tax relief. The leading tax resolution firm, A plus rated by the better business bureau they've resolved over 1/2 $1,000,000,000 for their clients often attacks. They help me. They call me down. They made me feel comfortable and I trust Lou. He has a lot to be thankful for..

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on KOMO

"He is unfit for office and how his actions regardless of what they may be. Further illustrate his inability and unwillingness to serve in the role. So now let's talk National Football League Washington That franchise considers that name change and they got some great ideas only to find Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademarks for or being mentioned. Here's what he owned. So far, so hail to the Washington Veterans, Americans Monuments, federals renegades. Glad Here's founders, football clubs, pandas, pigskins or red tailed hawk, McCauley told the NFL the names of free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate center and unrecognized trouble communities, Todd and ABC News Britain hoping for the best but planning for the possibility of a second covert way this winter. These are your world headlines from ABC News Prime Minister Boris Johnson, promising billions more for medical needs this new funding Comes on top of the additional £30 billion of funding for health and social care that we've already announced this year. So when making sure we're ready for winter. And planning for the worst that includes keeping currently mothballed field hospitals ready to be used again. Elsewhere. India says it's total confirmed cases have surpassed one million third highest number behind the U. S. And Brazil and European Union leaders have acknowledged that they're about as far apart from reaching a deal on an unprecedented $2.1 trillion You budget and Virus Recovery fund as the seeding distance imposed upon them for health reasons at their summit. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign Desk in London. It's money Business News update brought to you by propel insurance. It's a rarity, for sure. Stock of Amazon dot com lost ground every day over the past week, giving the e commerce giant its worst week since February. Over those five days, the shares dropped nearly 7.5%. Several other tech stocks, including Microsoft and Facebook, also finished down for the week. Amazon stock had gained ground the prior 10 weeks. Even with this tough patch shares of Jeff pays those company are up about 60% year to date, the coming week will be a busy one with earning season kicking into high gear. Quarterly results are due from both Microsoft and Tesla after the Wednesday closing bell. Other reports include IBM, Coca Cola, Intel, American Airlines, AT and T and Verizon. We'll also get data on new and existing homes as someone.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The lawsuit is based on a scathing state report. I found the home's leadership made catastrophic mistakes and failed to stem the spread of the virus leading to deplorable conditions. Governor Baker wouldn't talk about the lawsuit but said, But having now talked to many of the families over the course of many hours, I am more than aware of the pain and the sadness and the loss that they feel. This is the first civil lawsuit that I filed. But there are still three pending state and federal investigations into what happened and along with the residents who did not survive the virus, 84 others at the home or infected. While the NFL's Washington franchise considers a name change. They may have to go through and nicknamed Hoarder. ABC is Todd and explains, Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 in application. By the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademarks for were being Mitch. Here's what he owned so far, so hail to the Washington veterans, Americans, Monuments, federals renegades. Glad Here's founders, football clubs, pandas, pigskins or red tails, McCauley told the NFL. The names are free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate Center, an unrecognized tribal communities Todd and ABC News. It's 12 08 over, not a Bloomberg business. Resurgent Corona virus Pandemic Has consumers worried. University of Michigan says its consumer sentiment index is down so far this month. Missing all forecasts. The decline reverse nearly all of the increased reported in June. Home building is on a tear. The government says housing starts jumped 17% last month. Low mortgage rates and lack of available resale homes on the market helped to fuel the advance stock spent the day drifting in a narrow range as investors weighed the conflicting economic signals. Yes and P posted its third consecutive weekly gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 63 the S and P Rose nine. Then as that game 29 Rosetta Stone. They soon be on the market. Sources say the language software company is considering alternatives that include a possible sale. The company is said to be working with advisors to gauge buyer interest. I'm Larry Kowski Bloomberg Business on W. B Z Boston's use radio car.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on KOMO

"Lewis was born into the segregated south of the 19 forties. Inspired by the words of Dr Martin Luther King Jr Louis became part of the civil rights movement at only 23. He was a keynote speaker at the 1963 March on Washington, where King delivered his I have a dream speech. Then, in March of 1965 Louis along with Jose A. Williams lead 600 peaceful protestors across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Ly to be attacked by state troopers on the other side of the bridge on what became known as Bloody Sunday images of the cruelty, helping to hasten the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 elected to Congress in 1986. Louis served George's heavily Democratic fifth District for 17 terms. Upon announcing his diagnosis of late stage pancreatic cancer in December, Lewis in a statement saying, I have been in some kind of fight for freedom, equality, basic human rights for nearly all my life. I have never faced a fight quite like the one I have now. Dave Packer ABC News in Georgia, a war waging between Governor Brian Campen City leaders about whether or not it's citizens have to wear a mask earlier this week, the governor overturning local mask mandates and banning any cities from enacting one in the future. Savannah Mayor Van Johnson, saying that he's been the subject of criticism for his mask mandates, saying there's even a petition going around to call his position. Well, if somebody wants to recall me for doing all that I can, long as I can be able to protect The city of Savannah, her citizens her business interest If that's what I'm being charged with, I am guilty as charged with the race for November in full swing and unprecedented move by some members of the president's own party actively trying to sway their fellow Republicans. Cast their ballot for Democrat Jill Biden, including the group, The Lincoln Project, Co founded by Reed Galen, airing anti Trump commercials with Republican lens, saying they focus on using the president's word against him in their ads. We don't tell people about Donald Trump. We illustrate why he is unfit for office and how his actions regardless of what they may be further illustrate his inability and unwillingness to serve in the role. 7 48 here a coma news You'll love this one. NFL's Washington franchise talking football here considering a name change, but some of the ideas they're coming up with. Apparently there's already an owner of these names. He's being referred to as a nickname hoarder, Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademarks for were being mentioned. Here's what he owned. So far, so hail to the Washington Veterans, Americans Monuments, federals renegades Glad Here's founders, football clubs, pandas, pigskins or red tailed hawk, McCauley told the NFL the names of free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate center and unrecognized tribal communities. Todd and ABC News This is Col. No news Saturday Britain hoping for the best but planning for the possibility of a second covert wave this winter. These are your world Headlines from ABC News Prime Minister Boris Johnson promising billions more for medical needs. This new funding comes on top of the additional £30 billion of funding for health and social care that we've already announced this year. So when making sure we're ready for winter and planning for the worst that includes keeping currently mothballed field hospitals ready to be used again. Elsewhere, India says it's total confirmed cases have surpassed one million, third highest number behind the U. S. And Brazil and European Union leaders have acknowledged that they're about as far apart from reaching a deal on an unprecedented to $10.1 trillion. You budget and virus recovery bond. As the seeding distance imposed upon them for health reasons at their summit. I'm Tom Rivers at the ABC News Foreign Daz in London, 7 50 here at Come on, have.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on KOMO

"That it brings to upset President Trump directly. There is a method to the madness. The president calls the Lincoln Project, a bunch of losers and a disgrace to honest Abe. The big question. Will any of this sway voters? The latest polls show the president is trailing former vice president Joe Biden by double digits, but he still has 84% support among Republicans. That's Mary Bruce of ABC. News. Importantly, protest Continuous. The Trump administration vowed to crack down on the weeks of violent rallies and demonstrations, but protesters now alleging that federal officers sent in by the Department of Homeland Security into the city. Are making unlawful arrests and detaining people without cause. Governor Kate Brown says the president attempting to distract the country from the pandemic response, saying Oregon has asked for assistance and has been rebuffed by the Trump administration. I believe that this is an attempt by the Trump administration to distract from his failure to lead and provide strong leadership. Ah, a national response to the Cova. 19 pandemic. With the new Corona virus cases in Texas continuing arrives, hospitals growing more crowded. In fact, Governor Greg Abbott maintains that there is no state wide shutdown coming despite pleas from Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and other state leaders to consider stricter measures for masks or even a partial shutdown for places like restaurants, bars. And business is all right. Let's get back to the NFL's Washington franchise. The name change suddenly gets more complicated some of the ideas they have already taken. Apparently, there's this nickname order they've got to deal with Martin McCauley told ABC News. He's a self proclaimed trademark hog and apply for 44 names of $275 an application to buy the trademarks. I heard a lot of people talking about possible names and all of those names that I have registered trademarks for or being mentioned. Here's what he owned. So far, so hail to the Washington veterans, Americans, Monuments, federals renegades. Glad Here's founders, football clubs, pandas, pigskins or red tailed hawk, McCauley told the NFL. The names are free as long as they make a contribution to the American Indian graduate center and unrecognized tribal communities. Todd and ABC News as Washington state sets a new daily record for Kobe 19 cases, the state employment division says new claims are surging comes bright colored As a closer look and the straw that may break Washington's back. The stories came from all over the state and had a familiar tone are stage failing. The workers group working Washington put on a Facebook live of in Thursday, offering a platform critical of how unemployment claims have been processed since the pandemic began and eventually ended up living in my car. At that point, I decided that nothing about the system would change unless people like us started seemed up. Steve Beaver lost his job mid March. We are here today to call attention to the employment, security departments, failures and the impact that they're having an workers like us across the state of Washington. Too many families are Experiencing the pressures of unemployment right now, Tessa Lewis says her daughter saw her constantly re dialing the unemployment office with no answer. My daughter collapsed in front of me. Great and cold to the touch. Um In extreme pain, and she had not come out earlier from her bedroom because she thought that we couldn't afford any our visit. This week's unemployment numbers reflect a near 43% jump in new claims for a department still having a rough time dealing with claims that date back to April May and June. For its part, the employment security division has hired Mohr help in an effort to get benefits paid. But if we're in the heat of a battle, Armageddon could be just around the corner. On Thursday, governor Inslee reflected on the recent rise in covert 19 cases and said, If we can't get these numbers falling soon, he'll consider closing the state once again and ordering a second stay at home order. The threat likely sent the business community into a panic mode, as many of them are barely hanging on at this point, and the second state closure would push thousands more residents to an unemployment department that can't keep up with current demands. The governor then reminded us there is something that will prevent another closure. So how individuals respond to this crisis? Will determine what happens to all of us combined..

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national. Native News on Tonia Gonzalez. A fifth member of the northern Arapaho tribe has died due to cove in Nineteen Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports the northern Arapaho Business Council announced on Saturday. Evening that are tribal member had passed the Wyoming Department of Health. Says she was an older woman with pre existing health conditions that put her at high risk northern Arapaho tribal members. Now account for five of the state's eat confirmed corona virus related deaths and at least thirty percent of confirmed cases in Wyoming have been among native people who make up less than three percent of the state's population. This is in part due to an aggressive testing program on the wind. River reservation but tribal members are also more vulnerable to the viruses. Most serious side effects leaders on wind river say underfunding of the Indian Health Service has led to high rates of illnesses like Diabetes Heart Disease Wind River remains under a strict. Stay at home order and nightly curfew while the rest of the state begins to open up tribal leaders hope this will prevent further tragedy. I'm Savannah Mar Walter. Maria with the National Council of Urban Indian health is urging US lawmakers for policy fixes and equity in funding beyond line items for Indian organizations. He was one of three executives from national native organizations to take part in a virtual roundtable Friday on Cova nineteen Indian country hosted by a subcommittee of the US House Natural Resources Committee. Maria says urban Indian health is often overlooked from day. One you have been on the front line. Battling for P. and testing kit shortages but continuing to provide services these challenges compounded the difficulty in providing those services on combined with a chronic underfunding and funding infrastructure gaps. Already face the facility in San Jose California for example instead of thirteen percent positive rate. You Aisles were not allocated any Abbott Abbott rapid testing machines from the IHS or FEMA and had to fight for any testing capabilities of all as our health workers are risking their lives every day. We need the federal government to ensure that our frontline heroes received the same protections as all other public health employee's executives from the National Congress of American Indians and the native American Finance Officers Association also participated saying Unmet needs an Indian country are growing due to Cova nineteen including an areas of healthcare education and infrastructure. The American Indian Graduate Center is distributing emergency relief funds for students facing financial distress amid the cove nineteen pandemic Christine Trudeau reports. When school started shutting down back in March the American Indian graduate center began a designated Student Emergency Fund outside of their initial awarded Scholarship Dollars Executive Director Angelique Albert said last week the fund has raised almost a quarter of a million dollars and that one hundred and forty two thousand has already been distributed to ninety one students so far it comes down to student. Emergency needs they're are no longer on campus so they're no longer in the dorms so they have housing needs. They have food needs and we're having to respond to those needs to make sure that they can just stay in college. In addition to housing and food the money also helped cover student utility bills. Emergency travel costs and household items. Aig C. says. They're grateful for support to the Emergency. Relief Fund that came from the Indian collective wells Fargo an online auction held by their board vice president. Walter the Lamar. I'm Christine Trudeau. The story is a collaboration with National Native News and the Solutions Journalism Network. I'm Antonio Gonzalez.

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Native America Calling

10:38 min | 5 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"On major local. Tv Station and that was very awesome to see graduate son Major Alaska TV stations to well. Congratulations to twenty twenty all graduates. Thank you on the ink you. John and Wow just thinking about all of the access. Maybe we have to that. We didn't have before to see our loved ones graduate really exciting stuff. You can share some thoughts on any of this one. Eight hundred nine native We also have with us today on Albuquerque New Mexico Josh Lucio. He is a scholarship operations manager for the American Indian Graduate Center and he is unique Pueblo. And he's got some news for to beyond just his cool title. Josh welcome and I guess I'm GonNa say congratulations. Tell me why I'm telling you that. Well thank you. I appreciate being on the show today and I too am graduating as well except mine is a little bit. Further along in in. August is my official graduation date. So I'm very proud and excited to be celebrating with all the graduates at this time including at the University of New Mexico where I currently attend and This excitement is all building up and and creating butterflies in my stomach as we approach my my graduation. So certainly congratulations to Kaitlin myth and all the graduates in Indian country. Congratulations in Josh. That last caller KUNA set it up any better. He was talking about the importance of scholarships. And that's what you're all about in any thoughts you know. That was his advice. Reach for scholarships and Anything you want to share about our paths going into higher education than what go ahead. Yes thank you. He touched on a very important subject and that is scholarships. And that's actually what we do. We provide scholarships to American Indian and Alaska. Native students all across the country Our due date is actually quickly approaching for our undergraduates which is may twenty second and for our graduate students including professional students. That deadline is also June. I sh- now we understand that During this unique covert nineteen time We are certainly sensitive to the nature of the documents that students need to turn in and we will work with them as long as they let us know what their issues are and our application is entirely online so they can access our website and be able to start the application and to the callers point. these are scholarship dollars that do not need to be paid back. THE MINIMUM. Gpa requirement Can Be as low as two point. Zero to our highest is a three point two five so we do have different types of scholarships that we offer and also different types of majors. So I think it's important to that. Students looking to the different types of scholarships that are currently available and there was also another important call That indicated the Fort Lewis College where there are institutions out there that do provide Tuition waivers for students so definitely take advantage of the scholarship opportunities. That are there and and look into the different scholarships that are currently available with AIG C. And our partners Across the country. Very nice in Josh. I'm curious to hear a little bit about Your graduation story in in how it's GonNa be different or maybe even Thinking about K. Celebrations anything you want to share may even ones that you've seen people get innovative with yes and Virtual is is certainly something totally different. I mean I over the years being working in the scholarship field. I've been invited to graduation ceremonies and The in person interaction is something that I I certainly missed. And also Unm usually provides a native American convocation which native students with dress in their regalia and be honored and This year it was changed a little bit to an online format and But in the end we were still able to celebrate and honor the graduates including myself and and people all across The country can Definitely view the wise words from President stokes including our border regions. And See all the graduates. That Are being recognized and in terms of the creativity. That is coming about I was able to witness my niece. Who is graduating from Head start they did at zoom version of virtual graduation so it was really nice to see the little ones Being recognized and and seeing their picture and families be able to participate in this whole process and My family back in Vinnie was able to Also tuning through zoom which saved them Definitely a two and a half hour trip. All they are so adorable. Yes I like those graduations to end. So Josh maybe people are out of ideas or just you know hitting a wall. They want to celebrate their graduate But there they just don't know how in any thoughts advice on how to do some of this. Well certainly considering the social distancing measures that are in place and the different Parts of the country I think. Part of the creativity is figuring out how to celebrate and the parade concept is Something that A lot of people are are looking into I think that's a great idea to be able to Just like the birthday celebrations be able to Drive by the the graduates house with the encouraging words or even towns and cities being able to Put something on for their graduates which includes broadcasting Some of the ceremonies either on radio or virtually online In terms of celebrating at home. I think You know this also is a time where people would come together for for graduation parties Dinners it's certainly something I was looking forward to and and definitely will have to make adjustments to when my time comes where I'll probably need to Do a virtual type of dinner Setting or you know something that we we can still come together and celebrate as a family. I think we we certainly need that Family is a big part of Getting through school and really. It's the whole family that goes to college and I think they to WanNa see That celebration take place very nice in Josh. Anything you only was with or words directly to the class of twenty twenty for the class of twenty twenty. This is such a unique time in history and I think it speaks to what we have been going to school for. We have endured a lot and on this journey and that journey was a purpose of preparing us for what's to come and that time has come. The time is here for us to step up into these leadership roles to think creatively and innovative to make these changes that are very important to our communities and our families so I encourage all the graduates to rise to the occasion. And congratulations again. Classic Twenty Twenty. Thank you very much. Also here with us is Dr. Casey Smith Casey anything you WANNA leave us with real quick. Go ahead yeah. I just also wanted to say that I'm very proud. And and all of native country is very proud and I think also the ancestors everyone that came For us and has made are possible are also very proud and I just like to echo. What was said earlier about these? Comp accomplishments are are not going insane. So congratulations right and in any words about students pursuing a degree in the medical field. Real fast go ahead. Yeah so I think one of the things I always just tried to mention is the importance of of just of Being the person that you needed along the journey and always just being a mentor and trying to be an example to everyone who's wanting to be in medicine Also just being bold and using your voice especially in these spaces where that were not originally meant for native people And so I think just stepping up that I've upset earlier And Using Your Voice Very Nice. Get in there all right. Well thanks again to Oliver Graduates. Congratulations congratulations to my to graduates. To cousins Very proud of you and I look forward to seeing what you'll do with your accomplishments as well. Kudos to the families in friends and loved ones of all the graduates and helping them get to this point. Lots to celebrate. Hopefully you're able to do some of it with us today again..

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Native America Calling

12:00 min | 6 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"So the names won't be announced? We decided not to mess up anybody's names to enter their names digitally Google farm and they'll be on a scrolling video throughout the day and we'll be playing that throughout the summer because we know that there was some summertime anthems have already been canceled. I know that was that was because working in radio We work really hard to get everybody's names right and I always think about during graduations and the the person announcing you know like student's names it's so important to get the names right so wise. Move on your part I think for sure. Thank you you know. I know that this isn't a substitute for this particular for that. That feeling of walking across the stage and having your family there so excited for you and this big accomplishment and we know the numbers we know the numbers native students in Indian country whether it comes to graduating from high school or college or Secondary Postsecondary. It's it's it's so and so I was wondering if you could speak a little bit more about The importance of this and being able to really honor our graduates. What is important because we do know that our students tend to be disproportionately represented in either stop out or the dropout rates The completion mates and our partners And I can you know. There's a list of them on our website but college horizons American Indian Graduate Center. Ace is the College Fund National Education Association and I A. We all agree that in order for students to be able to complete they need to see others completing and so we wanted to do this event so that community members brothers sisters cousins. Everyone can see those folks gone before them One thing we're doing along with this initiative is right after. Commencement we are asking our partners. American Indian professionals leaders to post Images small. I'm short videos of congratulations. So that these young people can see the next steps and their journey and they can hear from professionals that although we are in this time right now it is going to get better and you are going to be working and arguing to be continued to be celebrated in high school. Students will continue to move onto your next steps whether it's the military college vocational school wherever you choose to go from here It's just really vital that they be seen that they'd be seen by younger people behind them. Melvin always great to hear from you we have a we'll have a link to the indigenous virtual indigenous commencement on our website native. America CALLING DOT com. Thanks thanks melvyn grant you so much. Have a great weekend. You too all right joining us now. From Minnesota Minneapolis. Minnesota's Doctor Brenda Child. She's a professor of American Indian Studies and American Indian of American Studies and American Indian studies at the University of Minnesota. And she's Red Lake Ojibway. Welcome back Dr Dr Child. Thank you happy with you. Okay so I talk about online and just Melvin was just sharing with us about this virtual. Commencement that we're going to have so important to to celebrate with our scholars or graduating The other thing I saw this popping up. Is this jingle dress dancing going on online and I wanted to know what your thoughts were when you saw when you saw it happening. What made me really happy to see that going. On the virtual powwows and the way that people are finding ways to connect even during this Pandemic terrible pandemic in the United States. Absolutely you know the Jingle Jingle dress dance and the songs And the dress. It's all part of a healing and so I was hoping that you could share just for listeners. Who may not know about this? Whatever you feel comfortable sharing about what you've heard about the origins of it and How it's a healing healing dance right. Well I I learned about the Jingle Dress dance for my grandmother in Red Lake. Who was you know born in the early twentieth century and who was herself with Jingle Dancer so I've always known about the tradition but it really wasn't until you know maybe ten fifteen years ago that I started looking into the history of the Jingle Dress. Dance tradition which as you say is a very important hewing tradition in native communities that originated in the Great Lakes. So I started looking at I for photographs and I was rather surprised that I couldn't find a single photograph of what you would call a jingle dress from the United States or Canada before Circa nineteen twenty so I and it wasn't until I think I was sitting at power one day and as they do in in Minnesota often tells the story of the First Jingle Dress dancer who is a little girl who is very ill and her father Fears that she's going to you know fearing the worst he has a vision and makes or. Here's someone else makes this dress but the little girl who recovers her health and that story is very commonly told here in Minnesota. When I heard the story I thought to myself That sounds a lot like influenza. And it got me thinking about the big global pandemic of nineteen eighteen nineteen that was very devastating around the world but was also felt in Indian country. It was Very bad in the South West where you are very badly Great Lakes and terrible and Alaska and so i. I thought that something very big must have happened That created this whole new hewing tradition around the time of the first global Pandemic I wouldn't say it's the first global pandemic but certainly the first one of the twentieth century did did her so From the story I heard that her father had made the dress for her. What did he make the the jingles out of well I can only assume that they were the material that we see quite often in jingle dresses from the early you know the Nineteen Twenties and the Nineteen Thirties and commonly we have the Copenhagen snuff can leads today. They're often manufactured but often in those days everyone of course was making everything by hand and they re using these Copenhagen snuff can live. We have an exhibit about them. Elax museum and Damian Minnesota to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the wrinkles dance traditions. So it's kind of coincidental that we're having another global pandemic just a century and while this exhibit is still up You know namie Minnesota but that exhibits shows addresses through the decades. And it's interesting to see them because I think a lot of us today. Have an idea of what is a real true jingle dress but in fact the dresses evolved and often followed women's dress styles of the era so the dresses from the nineteen twenties tend to be very slim Shift simple dresses with often. Just a couple of rows of jingles and those look almost like the flapper dresses of the nineteen twenty I'm excited to see how a jingle dresses might change for the next hundred years in terms of following the fashion trends and things like that. I know there was an elder who loaned his mother's jingle dress to the exhibit Can you tell us a little bit about that? Yeah we were really happy about that. Some of us. In Minnesota and Wisconsin many of us know Lee Staples who's a spiritual leader in that region? Ozan is what we call him and Ozan When we're getting the exhibit together. He said well. Would you like to have my mother's dress than your exhibit so And it almost is the case that two separate exhibits are at the Malak Cesium there the historic dresses behind Behind the glass and then there are contemporary dresses that the community members brought in and so leaves mothers dresses on display as well. It's very pretty yet has It's sort of distinguish by having a long zinc zipper. Up The side which means that it was actually purchased in a department store In the kind of Mid Twentieth Century so it was purchased in a department store and when we looked at the jingles they were all read inside and appear to have been made from baking soda cans. Even that dress tells us maybe That single dress tells us that You Know I. It may be goes against some of our ideas of what historic jingle dress. Were like I love it. There's a there's a young woman from the first nation in Canada who is making her own jingle dress lids and selling them and she developed her own design on them because she wanted. You know we've mostly moved away from the snuff can lids and I think there's a lot of folks Particularly work in public health. Who are glad to see sort of that trend. Move Away. And she's also got these red cones that she for commemorating the missing and murdered indigenous. Women what else would you like to share about the dingle dress? Well I've heard of this young woman I think she's up in Manitoba Who has this company that makes the jingles and I love the idea of her making the red shingles this year to commemorate and just think about and create awareness around missing and endangered women and So that was really kind of an exciting innovative thing. But it stands. I think very much in line with what we've been seeing around how women have been using the jingle dress dance tradition in modern protest movements as and I don't know more in Canada and of course there were jingles dressed dancers at standing rock as well Yeah speak just a little more about that is as a form of protest. You know I I'm really interested in that. Well I think that what's interesting about the protests and I always call the jingle dress dance tradition a radical tradition and. It seems like you know you might think Oh. Yeah it's been that way since I don't know more or what's going on with women now using it protest movements but I really believe that it was a very Radical movement from its beginning. Because you remember that ended really nineteen twenties that infamous dance order came from Washington D. C. That forbid ritualistic dancing at the Pueblos in on reservations in the United States. And.

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"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"american indian graduate center" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez Alaska native corporations can receive shares of the eight billion dollar tribal set aside in the cares act. According to the trump administration eleven tribes have filed a lawsuit against the US Treasury over the matter hearing was held Thursday morning in Federal Court as Attorneys for Tribes and Alaska. Native corporations waited to hear from the trump administration and a brief filed. Thursday evening the Treasury Department issued its determination the ANC's are eligible tribes are concerned the ANC's could take more than half the funding amd believe it should only go to tribal governments another hearing scheduled for Friday afternoon. The government brief also opposes emotion by three Sioux tribes which also seek to block and sees from the funding. The date for the disbursement of tribal cares. Funding is Sunday this week. In Rapid City South Dakota community members held a drive by car caravan to think Indian Health Service. Employees China Lock. It has more people. Honk horns wave out car windows and hold up signs thinking essential employees healthcare workers lined the sidewalks and wave back. There is grinning behind their face. Nuts Richard Richards organized defense. We just wanted to find a way to thank and honor our friends and relatives who are working up here on the Suzanne campus including the IHS Yacht the house center employees and everybody else. That has a job up here which it says. Healthcare can be especially stressful right now since people still have to show up and take care of medical issues not related to the pandemic. He decided the busy employees needed. Morale boost and merely thirty cars showed up under good rally like this and showing support for them. It's GONNA lift them up. Lift their spirits up and give them a little extra motivation. Common show up like they do on a daily basis. Gerling church is the president of the Great Plains. Tribal Chairman's Health Board and Health Center on the Suzanne campus. Our job as administration is to give our frontline workers the support and the resources that they need to stay safe at to fill supported because they're providing that to the community and they need that the Suzanne campuses taking steps to direct patients showing potential symptoms. Kovic nineteen to designated areas to prevent spreading it for national native news. I'm trying to lock it in rapid city. The American Indian Graduate Center has partnered with American indigenous business leaders to help distribute care packages to native elders. Angelique Albert is the executive director of the American Indian Graduate Center. Based in Albuquerque New Mexico. We have a fund set aside to help with community type projects that his name deckert founder. John Rayner so we decided to take that initiative and put towards this also. We decided to help with seed on the ground with our students in those communities. Already they will be partnering with the. Able students in those chapters to help them deliver food our elders. She says taking care of elders as an important tribal value. This initiative is particularly important. Because you know elders. Were our first educator so really they continue to be keepers are with them our culture. Our languages tribal ecological knowledge. When it comes to those things we have so much to learn and it's so important that we keep them healthy so that they continue They can continue to teach us. There's a lot. There's there's all you there but also you know going back to our sense of community and we Taking care of each other. I'm very honored to be a part of this project. Food Water and cleaning products are part of the care packages. The Graduate Center has committed ten thousand dollars to the project. I'm Antonio Gonzalez..

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