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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:26 min | Last month

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Both tribes are seeking relief funding amounts. They claim are owed based on their actual populations rather than the hud data. The American Indian tribes in the Group of Twenty five included. The miccosukee tribe of Indians of Florida the ONONDAGA nation. Tunnel wanted to ban of Seneca TUSCARORAS nation. Dan Delaware tribe of Indians Eastern. Jenna, Ban, of, Choctaw Indians Shawnee tribe. Tourist Indian right. Sierra. Augusta Ban of WHO Indians I'm sorry if I mispronounced that. There's another tribal name that I can't. I'm not even going to try to pronounce because I will rip. the in the high band of Da Guarino Michigan. Indians I'm sorry I mispronounced that name. Jackson Band of me. Walk. Jamal Indian vintage village excuse me coin nation of Northern California lower late. Tae, John Indian tribe or Tejan Indian drive. And the Alaska native tribal entities include. I'm I'M GONNA mispronounce a lot of those they'll be in the show notes as well. The. Links that I'll provide in the show notes for. Some of the formulation that they used for this is. Bogus. Sounding to me. It it's it's all centered around block grants. Indian housing block grants. And it seems to be formulas that they've reworked. TO WORK AGAINST TRIBES And we. Tribal. Positions. Within the federal system. I believe. And I could be mistaken but I believe. That this is just an attempt to. Remove federal recognition from tribes one at a time or group said of time. And be done with the whole federal process I i. believe if the fool in the white gets reelected, they're going to continue with this process. This program of. Not. Counting. Natives whether they're on the reservation are not. So. This is something. Okay. My eye on because it warrants warrants observation. God knows I don't trust the fool in the White House. Going on with our second article in native Neal's this kind of dovetails into what I was just speaking of. The title of this article is Supreme Court grants the fool in the White House's administration. My words request to halt senses while appeal plays out. This was written by Aryan Vogue I'm sorry in Gregory. Wallace CNN.com. The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted a request from the full in the White House's administration my words to halt the census. Count. While an appeal plays out over a lower court's order that it continue. Now for the life of me, why would that administration want the census to stop? This. There's a lot a lot of different reasons. that. Make no sense to antibody. Other than. Removing. Rights to various pieces of land..

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And there are rules for the governor says those indoor visits can only happen at facilities that are not currently experiencing an outbreak of the girl in a virus and ones have that have not had any covert cases in the last two weeks. Well, it's not only Confederate statues coming down in Virginia. Now the city of Charlottesville is considering removing a statue Commemorating the Lewis and Clark expedition. It features Thisyou Shawnee tribe interpreter Julia Some claim the statue depicts her in a crouching subordinate position. Others claim she is tracking the city Council now discussing a plan to remove that statue. Barbara Brit W M L N W a l dot com Reaction continuing to come into this week's debate, moderator Chris Wallace, speaking on Bill Hemmer's show this afternoon. I think that there was a lot of substance in the debate and the fact that we're still talking about what the president Sad that we're failed to say about probable ways was interesting What he said about the election going to the Supreme Court. Biden, who seemed to be at one point for the great new deal before he was against it. The president, sounding off on proposed changes for the next debate, the president tweeting Why would I allow the debate commission to change the rules for the 2nd and 3rd debates when I easily one last time? The tweet coming in the wake of news that the commission on presidential debates is considering format changes for the remaining debates after Tuesday night's chaotic face off, in which President Trump repeatedly disregarded the rules? In a statement, the commission saying the debate made clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debates to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues at the White House. John Decker fucks Facebook says it's tightening its political and policies, Facebook says you will not accept advertisements on its site, or Instagram, which tried to delegitimize the outcome of the election. Facebook's director of product management, rob Leather, and taking to Twitter to say this would include calling Method of voting like voting by mail as being inherently fraudulent or corrupt or using isolated incidents of voter fraud to de legitimize the result of an election Facebook announcing last week it will prohibit ads that make premature declarations of victory for non add related content, making similar claims Facebook applies a label for context. Kristen Goodwin. Fox News California Governor Gavin Newsom, touring areas areas damaged by the glass fire burning in Napa and Sonoma County's We continue to be immediately focused on suppression strategies, particularly here. The glass fire 2100 firefighters are working this fire exclusively. We have fire fighters from all across the country, not just across the state of California working these fires. Cal Fire says there have been over 8100 wildfires that have burned well over 3.9 million acres in California since the beginning of the year. Checking your money tonight The down finished the day of 35 points the S and P 500 up 18 the NASDAQ up 1 59 w e mail, traffic and weather Next to lose life is to be enjoyed. You only get one of them try to get the most out of it and share our good fortune in our good mood. Good vibes. 5.9 l Are you ready for? What's next? It's likely coming. More food shortages, power outages, grocery stores, closed social unrest. Ask yourself if you have enough food and supplies on hand to last at least 30 days. Most Americans do not with you can avoid.

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:46 min | 2 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Uses a mute button on Joe Biden everyday where they put that lid on it seven of the last 14 days, so he's used to it. Speaking of that was Kevin McCarthy. That's right. They put a lid on they put Joe Biden put a lid on this morning. Everybody knows the term. That means they're announcing that he's just going to stay in the basement all day and eat peanuts. On DH. That's it Watch re runs of Hazel. He loves Hazel. He loves that Mr B On DH. He's staying home today. They just announced it's Thursday. That's kind of the middle of the workweek. For most people running for president and Joe Biden. They put a lid on That means nothing from him today. He's sleepy, Sleepy Jo. Sleepy time for crazy man Crazy. Speaking of crazy man crazy Charlottesville. Discussed his removal of statue of Lewis and Clark and second Julia Julia. You know Joe Biden. He's kind of a second concerns have been raised at the statue depicts second Julia in a crouching subordinate position. Well, she was not actually the leader of the expedition. But thanks for your input. Now go to Starbucks. There's something others claim she is tracking. Tracking what? Never mind. The Virginia City of Charlottesville plans to speak proposals to remove a statue Commemorating the Lewis and Clark expedition. Daily Progress reported Wednesday that the statue depicts explorers Merryweather Lewis and William Clark as well as Shawnee Tribe interpreter Soccer Julia Great American story. They're going to destroy our history because they're ignorant, dumb, uneducated, Mel educated, maliciously malignant Lee educated Concerns have been raised about the fact that the statue to pick such a Jew and a crouching position. Well, it's not like she's in Bill Clinton's oval officers, something a subordinate position. Others claim she is tracking. I think that Man Oh man. The Charlottesville City Council discussed the statue at a work session on Wednesday directed staff to create a plan for the statue's removal after consulting with Native Americans and some of Sacha Julia's descendants. You know what bulldozer All any reference to Native Americans should be eliminated. I think, just get rid of him. There you go. Get rid of them all. You know they're trying to tear down Abraham Lincoln there, literally talking about tearing down the Washington Monument. The Jefferson Memorial on they're not talking about the Lincoln Memorial. But they were we had to put armed police around the Lincoln statue in Lincoln Park in Washington, D C. Because Democrats were on a mission to tear it down because they're barbarians inside the gates just telling you The discussion poles in the wake of years long efforts to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from the city. Well, you know, they're good people on both sides. Man. Oh, man, check of this man. I am telling you Crazy. Just nuts. All right, let's see. We've got a lot of audio to get Teo. I do want to get to this. Abram can be thinking Abram X. You gotta include the X Is apparently Abram. Former candy the ex. Maybe he means the 10th Abram the 10th. He is a fake professor of racial division at Boston University. He's the guy that you know our universities really are cancer. Unfortunately, at this point, he's the guy who tweeted about any Cockney Barrett adopting two Children from high E t u Know where Bill and Hillary Clinton go for sex and then leave everyone in squalor and poverty. But this fake professor, I got it for all the wrong reasons. The professorship. He tweeted out about colonialism. Because this was apparently adopting black Children from Haiti is some form of vicious colonialism. They're completely insane. These people are they're demented. And naturally, he is a college professor, because that's where you want to place the really crazy people so they can poison the next generation and then they burned down. Police stations later pays off down the line. Well, this guy here's the Cincinnati Enquirer. Hey, didn't like the the debate. I guess, Mr Abram, ex candy, Not his real name. He changed it. The headline is quote. It was painful and triggering end quote. Why Abram extend E comma. Psychologists say debate could be traumatizing. I know several people who couldn't even get through the whole thing. Then you stop watching and go hide under your bed and take your medications and consider high places honestly. You people are sad. You're a disgrace to Western civilization. But here's this guy Abram. And he's a college professor and on all this good stuff, and I'm telling you, he does that He did a Children's book, which I think probably functions that is his intellectual level called the anti racist baby, and it's a cartoon book, and there's a black guy with a black kid and a little baby harness. What do they call those Scandinavian thing? You know, on his front, It's like a backpack. But it's the front and the big thing. Anti racist baby by Abram ex candy and he goes on and on about how you like babies aren't born racist. Except maybe in your household. Abram Ex candy if you happen to have any of those But it turns out that this guy's being paid by school and is just a racist, polarizing races professor who hates America and accuses everybody being raised in this 16 09 project is one of his favorites. All these insane things, the critical race theory. He loves that it's Regi. It's a lie. And it's a fraud and is racist, and that's good enough for them. That's the hat trick for them, I think. Well, it turns out that In Virginia, For example, a school district paid $24,000 on a broom candy books for us history classes. That seems like a reasonable thing. They pay these these racist, bigoted anti American lunatics untold sums of money. That Bill $20,000.333 dollars. This is a great in Fairfax County, for example, and a friend of mine. Brian has kids in this school system and he told me that they were getting these The zoom, you know, online things with Abram X can be telling the little white kids and Fairfax, Virginia that they're all racist. So they hire a racist to tell Children who are not racist that they're racist. And then they pay them. Tons of money. $20,000, the northern Virginia Fairfax County public school system paid Abram ex candy baby Bjorn. That's what it is happily childless. I don't have any baby Bjorn. $20,000 for one hour has $333.33 per minute to tell the kids that they're racist and in reality, they're not. But the person calling them racist is a racist, so it works out pretty well for the Democrats. And it was painful and triggering you know, you guys really need a different blend of medications? You're unwell. You are you're mentally incompetent to stand trial and to stand out in public. It's really amazing stuff. Let's go to let's Goto soundbite number one Michael. There was a hearing yesterday kind of on Capitol Hill chaired by Senator Lindsey Graham, who I certainly I disagree with him some of the time and I like him some of the time. I don't like him some of the time. But, gosh, I hope he wins reelection on election day, rather than being replaced by some leftist lunatic that the Democrat Party is pushing on America. Because the Democrats really hate Lindsey Graham, and that should tell you everything you need to know. So Senator Ted Cruz, who's the smartest man in the world, according to Harvard Law, Professor Smartest, said. Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law professor emeritus, said that Ted Cruz, probably the smartest Student he's ever had on dead well. Barack Obama went to Harvard Law School, too. And Professor Dershowitz said Yes, he did. And that was it. That was out of that. So Ted Cruz yesterday talking to James Comey, a J. Edgar coming And J. Edgar Comey is a bad actor. He's a bad man. He's a liar. He's a crook. He's a dishonest man. He's an abuser of power. He engaged in the greatest political subterfuge in the history of the United States of America, and he casually and blindly gets away with it because of the corrupt Fourth of state. Which serves as handmaidens to to the corrupt and powerful in Washington, Senator Ted Cruz yesterday, James Comey, who was coming in by whatever zoom or one of these things, blue jeans or something. He wasn't actually in the room too scary for him. So Ted Cruz on is testimony and Ted Cruz really took it to him. Pretty good, too. Talked about how the bureau under Under James Comey, did all these horrible terrible things and lied and altered documents and lied to the FISA court on altered documents again and lied and tried to railroad people that we later found were completely innocent..

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native America Calling

"With something you're thinking got about a minute. Got About a minute. Well. As you've already heard this case is I think a bombshell I'm currently writing an article and that's my title the Indian Law Bombshell. The Supreme Court surprised me and I think many other people in what it held. It was a five four decision and justice course. Each was the swing vote really and wrote the opinion. The Creek Nation still exists as you heard from the second chief and from John Dev, other tribes, or looking at this opinion very closely and my own tribe, which is in the very northeast corner of Oklahoma the eastern Shawnee tribe of Oklahoma. We are probably in the same situation and so maybe the borders of our fourteen thousand acre, reservation still exist. So. This. Portends changes. Governments are going to have to work together as John was just talking about and that that's the impact. Tribal governments will have more influence and state governments and counties and cities. We'll have to work with tribal governments more. So the the case recognized the sovereignty of the Creek nation over its three million acre reservation never been changed still exists in eighteen, sixty, six I. think that's the story. In trees treaties being upheld, how often do we ever hear that? If you WANNA call in on that call right now one, eight, hundred, nine, nine, six, two, eight, four, eight is a number. We'll get deeper into this and again if you have questions give us a call one, eight, hundred, nine, six, two, eight, four, eight is the number and seeing decisions like this is this something you've been waiting. To hear this news, go ahead and give us a ring. Just your reactions if you're learning about it for the first time dial in one, eight, hundred, nine, six, two, eight, four, eight is the number we look forward to your calls we look forward to your questions we're live today here on native America calling taking a look at decisions in the Supreme Court and how it affects our nation's hang tight. Support, by Amarin, Indian countries one hundred percent tribally owned insurance partner Amarante works with tribal governments and their business enterprises to provide effective commercial insurance coverage strengthened native American communities protect tribal sovereignty and help keep dollars in Indian country more information on property liability. Compensation and commercial auto solutions at Amer ind dot com that's a. m. e. R. I. N..

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Will Monica are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great warrior this week of Encyclopedias. LUPITA with Monica.

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Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:20 min | 11 months ago

Warrior Woman: The Exceptional Life Story of Nonhelema

"Are women of the day was a great warrior and leader of the Shawnee tribe. Who deftly let her people through a time of great change and turmoil? Let's talk about non Halama. We don't know the details Of when non Helena was born but it was around the seventeen twenty s probably in western Pennsylvania. We also don't know much about her childhood besides the fact that that she seems to have come from a prominent family from the Shawnee tribe non Halama story really picks up in the late seventeen fifties during the period of the French in Indian war by that point she and her brother known as Hook Alaska or corn stock. We're living in the Ohio valley the Shawnee had moved there under a pressure by increasing white settlement corn stalk become a prominent shawnee chief and warrior as a quick reminder. The French and an Indian war was the North American portion of a larger war called the seven years war in North America. British and French colonists fought as each side attempted to further expand in their sphere of influence. Native people also took sides. The British basically one like other sibling duos in native history corn stock and non Halama lead together during peace and war for example at the battle of bushy run in seventeen sixty four non Halama lead warriors warriors alongside her brother. That battle was part of what's known as pontiacs rebellion a fight between native Americans and the British who were hot off their victory in the French and Indian war. When rumblings of revolution began to take hold across polly's cornstarch and non Halama decided that the best strategic move for the Shawnee people would would be to support the American settlers over the British? This was a risky move. Considering the perceived military might of the British Horn Ornstein was assassinated in seventeen seventy seven but non Halama state the course with the support of her husband Mulugeta who was also a prominent leader and warrior when non Halama learned that some Shawny had traveled to join the British at Fort. Detroit she responded by rushing to warn the Americans of this development she disguised too revolutionary soldiers traditional Shawny garb so that they travel undisturbed for Donnelly to warn of the impending attack. Those Shawnee who had allied themselves with the British destroyed. Non Halima's cattle as payback non Helena and her people move to escape further trouble but her work for the Americans wasn't over in seventeen. Eighty non halama guided and translate it for Augustine Dila bomb a French ex PAT soldier who was tasked asked with leading a major campaign against British troops. And what's now Illinois. Sadly not Halima's loyalty was not rewarded. In seventeen eighty six non Halama and her husband will loofah. Both elderly by this point were captured in yet. Another war the northwest Indian war. That conflict was between a Confederation of Native American tribes with the support of the British begins the new United States though the Americans who captured assured non Halama and Milan were initially ordered not to harm them. One of the men you mcgarry felt differently. mcgarry asked Melinda if he'd been at the battle the blue licks blue didn't understand the question but repeated battle of Blue Licks mcgarry took that his confirmation and killed Milun Tho- with a Tomahawk Non Halama tried to protect Milun thaw and was injured herself before. Another man tackled mccarey non. John Halama was then taken to Fort Pitt and held there while there. She helped compile a dictionary of Shawnee words and their meanings in English. She died soon. Even after her release non Halama lived an extraordinary life as the world around her change dramatically. She married three times CBS twice before her final marriage to Melinda and she also had sons with two white men a son named Thomas with the British Indian agent Alexander McKee and a son named to Mantha. With an American officer named General Richard Butler Samantha also became a great

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"First in this isn't in the traditional sense of treaties but the one of the first quote unquote quote on record communities is the Treaty of Hartford here in Connecticut against white people of which it says thou shall not be caller to peak walt state that written form the adviser if name native languages are not preserved in Taya I apart of native cultures are lost. Language is a key to the past a t to the future. For native people there are many native language remodeled revitalization programs. Excuse me being developed around the nation because native people have realized it is incumbent upon themselves to save ourselves alk our cultures Our cultures became our cultures because they not native community in general has noted designed to do so they have no desire to save Abbas. Excuse me my screen went blank for second as it is as it is at least seventy. Five percent of the nation believes native people do not exist any longer that is a sad reality Levi rich which presents an article written for Native News Online that speaks to one of those native nations striving to save their language in his article. Levi writes chief. Ben Barnes of the Shiny tried based in Miami Oklahoma has declared a state of emergency for the Shiny language through a proclamation. Him through the Proclamation Barnes declared in its twenty in the this year twenty twenty excuse may be the year of the Shawnee language and recognition of the United Nations International Year of indigenous languages. Barn says in the proclamation. The shawnee tribe is at risk of losing the voices of our grandparents forever. And that's the title of this Article Shiny Chief Ben Bonds. We yeah risk at risk of losing the boys grandparents wherever he sides there are less two dozen. I point speakers of the Shawnee language among his tribal citizens citizenry and even smaller number number of next generation speakers quoting we must act now if we are to preserve the ancestral inheritance that binds all shiny people together in quotes in Barnes quoting again. We must act now if we wish to continue traditional communities for without our our language our ancient religion and beliefs that our parents and grandparents passed onto traditional communities will be lost in quote. Barnes says during this year the Shawnee tribe will find ways to deploy curriculum in its communities and piteous to volunteer teachers where the Shiny display at touches quoting the year of the Shawnee language will be a year of plant- planting to plant seeds. Excuse me for our future across we will harvest as one that shall begin to bear fruit in the coming decade in quote bind on said and the rest of the article will be in the show notes. Excellent tiny when you hear statistics like that. Oh it is this ad. I know all across America all all the Cherokee federally recognized Cherokee tribes jobs are are conducting language revitalization program so there are three federally recognized Cherokee tribes and there are the non non federally recognized tribes of State recognized tribes under taking part in these each program as well so Makes it stronger. That's good. I'm glad they're not me martyr blocked. That's stupid if they did so. Yeah these these programs are necessary. They're necessary for continuation we have we have a reclamation program here as well I ought is one of the very last What I would.

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

19:34 min | 11 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A dollar to your name and stuck in church with your best friend's grandmother but there is the old man behind me had me on the back saying go on up there and singing songs I can tell by looking at you you're a singer that was the moment that I realized how true the old adage is that looks can be deceiving that's coming up next on the month radio hour from PRX live from NPR news in Washington I'm Nora Raum the White House has formally notified Congress of a US strike that killed a top Iranian military general NPR's colleague or solace reports congressional leaders received a formal classified document notifying them of the drone strike that killed the dance Major General Qassem Soleimani house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the notification quote raises more questions than it answers hello she went on to say that the document prop series synergen questions about the timing manner in justification of the administration's decision the president is required to notify Congress of foreign military action within forty eight hours so the money was killed early Friday in Baghdad by a U. S. drone strike you down has vowed revenge for the killing all president trump has said the US will respond to any retaliation cloudy Seles NPR news Washington the president elaborated on possible US actions in a series of tweets Saturday night he said if Iran strikes any Americans or American assets his administration has targeted fifty two Iranian sites representing the fifty two Americans taken hostage by Iran many years ago Britain's defense I've minister is backing the trump administration claims that it ordered the assassination of Iran's top military leader because he was threatening American lives NPR's to indicate kisses reports British defense secretary Ben Wallace made the comments after speaking to his US counterpart mark asper in a statement Wallace also said that Washington and Tehran must show restraint Britain is Washington's closest ally but like other nations in Europe Britain did not she really the assassination of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani speaking to fox news secretary of state Mike Pompeii said the Europeans have not been helpful the Brits the French the Germans all need to understand that what we did what the Americans did saved lives in Europe as well the British Foreign office is warning its citizens to avoid travel to Iraq and Iran Joanna kick this is NPR news London milder temperatures are bringing hope of a respite from wildfires that have ravaged the restates in Australia claiming at least twenty four lives and destroying almost two thousand homes many of the fires are still burning out of control threatening to wipe out rural townships and causing almost incalculable damage to property and to wildlife NPR's Jason Beaubien has more from Penrice in New South Wales extend to the areas they're buying is really incredible I mean it stretches from where I am which is just outside he goes all the way down east coast there's also been a fire burning I Kangaroo Island like how miles away from here about a third of that island was destroyed your source is that it needs to go into the battling there have been immense NPR's Jason Beaubien reporting this is NPR news from Washington Japan's justice minister says Japan will tighten immigration procedures after the escape of former Nissan executive Carlos Ghosn gone skipped bail and surfaced in Lebanon to avoid being tried on four charges a financial misconduct Japan does not have an extradition treaty with Lebanon Washington state's largest health care provider is set to begin talks Sunday with unionize workers to avoid a strike will stone reports more than thirteen thousand nurses and caregivers have threatened to walk off the job months of failed negotiations over benefits pay and what some call dangerously low staffing levels have led nurses with two of the major healthcare providers to the brink of a strike a walkout would affect some Providence hospitals and the five hospitals operated by its affiliate Swedish Medical Center Swedish operates about one third of the emergency rooms in the Seattle area Whitney powers is an emergency room nurse she says nurses never want to strike were willing to fight for patient safety and advocate for our patients by any means necessary a spokesperson for Swedish says they're listening to staff concerns the unions have agreed not to call a strike while in negotiations for NPR news I'm wheels down in Seattle researchers at the university of Pennsylvania found a correlation between job losses an opioid abuse they looked in counties across the industrial Midwest and the south where the vocal work force was employed in manufacturing in places were auto plants had shut down the rate of opioid overdose deaths was eighty five percent higher than it would have been otherwise I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Kauffman foundation working together with communities in education and entrepreneurship to create uncommon solutions and empower people to shape their lives and be more successful more online at Kaufman dot org this is the most radio hour I'm Sarah Austin Janice in this episode four stories about being stock stories about being frozen caught and basically unable to move forward our first story from Alistair vein takes place on the pulpit of the church in Oklahoma and he developed this story from off main stage in Texas that was presented along with the San Antonio book festival here's Alistair being live at the mall I'm from the eastern Shawnee tribe of Oklahoma but I've lived in Denver Colorado for quite a few years I have a friend that also lives in Denver who's originally from Oklahoma the Cherokee Nation a few years ago we got talking about how homesick we were and he suggested that we can go spend a couple weeks with his grandma he said he didn't visit nearly enough anyway so we made our plans we got in the car for the twelve hour drive and on the way there we talked about everything we miss fry bread him powerhouse and stomped dances in hearing our people speak our own language is by the time we got to Oklahoma I was so happy to be home we were maybe three or four miles from his grandma's house when he said there were a couple things he maybe should tell me about the first was a his grandmother might not be particularly fond of sunny people this was because of a being that had happened between our tribes in the late eighteen hundreds which might seem like a long time to go to some people but she remembered the second thing he said was that she could be a little bit persistent about inviting people to go to church with her on Sunday right away I knew what he meant in modern day Oklahoma native people have a collective array of spiritual beliefs some follow our traditional ways others have joined various congregations I grew up with an Irish Catholic mother and a son the father and so I was very open to all kinds of different spiritual beliefs but as I've grown up it was our traditional ways it's spoken to my heart however when I went back home I still get a lot of invitations to go to church although I really appreciate it I usually politely declined because there's always a under current of hoping that might be conferred hit and I really don't like to disappoint people so I promised my friend that I could be diplomatic with his grandmother if she was persistent with her invitations and I even thought that maybe I could win her over to lecture on the people we got to the house and went inside he introduced us I addressed her as miss myrtle to show extra respect she was a strong looking seventy five year old with roller set hair her greeting was polite but not particularly warm but over the next week I took her to Tulsa to run errands I fixed her chicken coop and I used all my best manners and by that Friday I was winning her over at dinner that night she said to me you know Alistair it's been nice having you here now you know this Sunday is mother's day course at my age I never know if this could be my last mother's day she said there's just one thing I want on this mother's day to you know what that is I said no miss myrtle I don't she says I would like you to be my special guest at church on Sunday she said of course I know you're into your traditional ways so if you don't feel comfortable going it's okay as long as you know this could be my last mother's day and I would get the one thing that I want with the invitations put like that there was really only one thing that could say which was I would love to be your special gas on mother's day so that Sunday we got in the car this model was in the front seat my friend was driving I was in the backseat she turned around smiled at me and said you don't know how happy I am today we got to the church it was a one room country church there about fifty fifty sixty people there that today mostly elders from miss myrtle strive the services started and they weren't that different from the ones that I remember my mom taking me to when I was young in till they got to one part I was completely unfamiliar with in this part of the service people could walk up to center I'll put some money into this little would collection box that bought them the privilege of inviting somebody from the congregation to sing a special US so it turns out is a solo him a few people walked up donated their money selected their gas their guest all sing beautifully and everyone was happy and then miss myrtle started up the aisle she was kind of elder lease so it felt like it took her a long time to reach the front of the church when she did she carefully folded her money put into the box scan the congregation found me how and said my grand son brother friend with him from Denver to visit his name is Alistair and he is from the eastern Shani tried but he's a very nice person Alistair I would like you to come up here and sing us a special I immediately began making sigh no gestures thing greening kind of the way my dog does when it's in another so for kitchen but there is the old man behind me hand me on the back saying go on up there and singing son I can tell by looking at you you're a singer that was the moment that I realized how true the old adage is that looks can be deceiving but my friend had grabbed me by the arm and was guiding me over his knees of the narrow Q. he said Graham must gonna be so happy and the next thing I knew I was out in the center aisle and it almost felt like there was some invisible force propelling me towards the front of the church it could have been god and I was hoping that if it was god that when I reach the microphone god would choose that moment to work a super big miracle and make it so that I could sing and I knew in the hands of all I reach the microphone I waited didn't seem like any big miracles worth emanates but I told myself it was gonna be okay I did have some stage and singing experience back in the nineties when I lived in San Francisco and I was in a band called the flash your kids it was a little bit different venue but it was stage and singing experience and then I thought back to when I was real young and my mom had sent me to Catholic school it was the seventies and there's been this hippie non that used to come out with a good heart recess and seeing hands on the playground is he are we saying this one Michael row your boat ashore I was like oh I do know him I do and I know Michael you both short and so I turned to the organist who was waiting patiently I was like Michael were you publish your please ma'am she smiled nodded to is the action the music started and about the place that I felt like there should be some words I started to sing close so a the total road sure it was about the time they reached the second all of the yeah then I realized that was in fact the only line I remember but Shani's have never been quitters so I decided there can be different versions of the same song there can be like extended dance remixes we're vocals are loop to repetitively and so I thought I'll sing the line four times give me a little bit of a rest sing it for more and so on for a total of sixteen times which scene long enough to be a real song so that was what I did about halfway through I close my eyes because sometimes it's better not to see your audience and while he stood there singing I have plenty of time for existential questions like who is Michael why does god want him to roll his photo store and then finally I hit that line for the sixteenth time and I stopped the organ is who was not quite sure what was happening continued to play for a minute but when she realized it was finally over C. stopped in kind of an abrupt way and then there was silence and in that silence I walked back down the sooner I own I started to climb back over my friend's knees as I did our eyes met and he just said dude down miss myrtle was on the other side of me she wasn't making eye contact in her posture seems somewhat rigid but once I was settled in my seat she leaned slightly towards me and quietly said I don't believe I've ever met someone they didn't know at least one ham there wasn't a whole lot I could say about that so I was just slide happy mother's day really much know what happened after we left the church that day everyone who had been there told all of their extended family who told all the other people in the tribe who told people in neighboring tribes Intel everyone in all nine tribes in either what county knew what I had done that day.

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news tonia gonzales u. s. vermont senator bernie sanders held a town hall thursday on the misquakees settlement in i wa and his bid for president healthcare education and the economy were among issues touched on a campaign promise sanders made if elected president is to include clued native americans in the decision making process for much too long going back to the very first years of this country the native american erica people have been lied to treaties have been broken land has been taken and even right now we're seeing large corporations uh invading native american territory in order to excavate for minerals oil whatever it will be as the president of the united states we will not be informing the native american people what is happening they will be part of the decision making process sanders also talked about climate change pointing to native communities as taking leadership roles on the environment we need to show a respect for the environment that this country has not shown for a very very long time and in that regard young people all over the world are looking to the native american community for leadership because what we have learned from the culture of the native american people is an understanding outstanding about sustainability that you can't simply wipeout animals you can't destroy the water for short term gains and if you want your kids and grandchildren to live good lives the democratic presidential hopeful has visited the i will try before thursday's townhall townhall was part of his bus tour taking place in the state this week the misquakees nation has scheduled a caucus to be held next month landowners on the wind river reservation will be the latest to receive offers through the federal land buyback program wyoming public radio savannah mar reports funds for the program come from two thousand nine legal settlement in kobe versus salazar a class action lawsuit over federal mismanagement of tribal assets the department of the interior agreed to spend nearly two billion in dollars buying native people out of their fractional interests in land allotments on reservations bowland is then put back into federal trust for the tribes to manage lynette net griebel who heads up land buy-back outreach efforts for the northern arapaho tribe said the problem stems from failed government efforts to assimilate tribal people by turning communal land into privately owned allotments once we have a landowner and someone passes away it gets passed down to the hairs and it just keeps fraction is infection izing so we'll have one land owner may be from nineteen forty and then here we are in two thousand nineteen and there's fifty land owners or sometimes even thousands once the land bought back griebel says the northern arapaho oh in eastern shawnee tribes have plans to build housing on the wind river reservation wind river landowners can expect to receive offers in spring of twenty twenty landowners on the black feet reservation who have already received offers have until january seventeenth to respond for national native news vanamar five tribal leaders in south dakota toco plan to skip the annual tribal state address before the legislature the argus leader reports the speech is intended to build relations between tribes and the state a tribal the leader in previous years has given the address but this year a state employee has been invited to deliver the speech some tribal leaders have been at odds with governor christie nome over her views views on resource development and protesting laws and alternate speech will be delivered at the same time from the state capital in a press release from the cheyenne river suit tribe the inaugural great sioux nation address will provide a tribal leadership perspective for issues facing tribes in the coming year i'm antonio gonzalez lists.

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"For many Americans the little belt affair as it would come to be known was payback back for an atrocity that occurred four years prior the Chesapeake Leopard Affair on June twenty second eighteen o seven a British ship the Leopard and stopped and American shift shift the USS Chesapeake. When the American captain had refused to let the British commander Sir his ship for deserters the British had opened fire forcibly boarded the Chesapeake seized American sailors and impress them into service when Commodore Rodgers returned to the port of New York after nearly annihilating the HMS? Little belt he he received a hero's welcome in the minds of many Americans. The British were finally getting a taste of their own medicine. These naval skirmishes were part of an ongoing conflict between the British and the French in eighteen. o Six Franson issued the Berlin decree which banned all trade with neutral parties like the US as well as with their primary. The enemy Great Britain soon friendships had begun. Seizing American merchant vessels the next year. Britain had responded by doing the same when the British needed more sailors. There's to fight the French. The Royal Navy had resorted to impressing American sailors into British service with the support of his Secretary of state. James Madison President. Even Jefferson had responded by signing into law the embargo act of eighteen. O Seven a law banning American ships from trading in all foreign ports Jefferson and Madison. Edison had hoped the embargo would hit the French and British. where it hurt the most their treasuries but the embargo had failed to bring France and Britain negotiating table and instead sent the the US economy into a tailspin? The embargo had been so unpopular and ineffective that it had been revoked in the final days of Jefferson's presidency. But in its it's absence a trade war still raged on and so did the impressment of American sailors on the high seas. The little belt affair showed the simmering conflict between the. US and Great Britain was far from over. After Jefferson refused third-term task of dealing with Great Britain would fall president. James Madison and his response would define the election of eighteen twelve after winning the eighteen. A contest Madison had inherited inherited a divided country and a fractured Republican Party. Madison maintain strong support among a faction of moderate in his party group comprised of a growing class the business professionals estate owners and tenant farmers the Turkey and Quad's led by John Randolph of roanoke. Virginia were a group of extreme constitutional. Oh purists in the Republican party the quids vehemently opposed standing armies and the accumulation of debt and most vociferously war and so so randolph. was deeply worried about another growing faction in the Republican Party. The so-called war hawks a group of younger politicians largely from the South and West led by Henry Clay of Kentucky. Clay had risen to prominence in the wake of the Chesapeake Leopard. Affair by taking a vocal anti-british position Klay they had called Great Britain's actions against the US atrocious proclaiming. I am for resistance by the sword. Clay and the war hawks had won many seats in Congress in the midterm election of eighteen ten and in March of eighteen eleven clay had been elected speaker of the House on his first day congressman in response. John Randolph had remarked. Mark my words we will have war before the end of the session to clay and the rest of the war hawks. Madison had been a week president. who had taken a week posture towards the British Madison Jefferson before him and advocated for neutrality in the ongoing conflict between Great Britain and France on the subject of war? Madison had once written of all the enemies to public liberty. War is perhaps the most to be dreaded war is the parent of armies from these proceed debt and taxes is the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few in his inaugural speech Madison had declared that the US must maintain sincere neutrality. Oh detoured belligerent nations. But by the time of the little belt affair. Madison was beginning to reconsider. That's in large part. Because Madison's diplomatic and economic omic policies had failed the embargo act of eighteen o seven which banned all foreign trade had been such an economic disaster that the act had been repealed days before Madison took the White House. Congress then replaced the Embargo Act with the Non Intercourse Act which limited the trade ban only two British and French ports but like the embargo act before before it the Non Importation Act further damaged the US economy and only serve to increase tensions with Great Britain and France. Not long after the little belt to fair Secretary of State James Monroe tried to convince Madison to take a stand. We've been so long dealing in small ways of embargoes non intercourse non-importation menaces menaces of war. The British government has not believed us. We must actually get to war before the intention to make it would be credited either here or abroad in early November eighteen eleven madison address Congress on the subject of Great Britain with this evidence of hostile and flexibility trampling on rights which no independent nation can relinquish wish congress will feel the duty of putting United States into an armor an attitude demanded by the crisis and corresponding with the national spirit and expectations. Madison asked Congress for ten thousand additional troops for the regular army in his address to Congress. Madison also suggested that a conflict with Great Britain would require acquire the US to move against Britain's native American allies Madison stated that he intended to confront the Wabash Indians. According to Madison the Wabash had fallen under under the influence and direction of a fanatic of the Shawnee tribe Madison was referring to the Shawnee leader Tecumseh and his brother tends to Atallah known as the Prophet since as far back as eighteen. o five to come had called on native Americans to reject the European way of life to come and his brother rose to power and prominence By advocating for nativist practices and amassing a confederation of like minded native Americans suspecting the US would never stop its expansion to come sought an in an alliance with Great Britain as Madison delivered. His message to Congress American military forces led by future president. William Henry Harrison were marching on profits off. Its town the Indian capital on the Tippecanoe River near what is today. Lafayette Indiana the ensuing. Bloody conflict would push the US closer to war with Britain further estranged Madison from his own party and leave open the door for disenfranchise Republicans to cut ties for an alternate candidate in the election of eighteen. Twelve.

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What is so cute too is that it's always been ours we can define ourselves by virtue of what the fox say I'm Chris that China tonight at nine on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC this is W. NYC FM HD an ATM good morning it's Columbus day commemorating Christopher Columbus's arrival to the Americas but in a growing number of towns and states across the US the holidays being called indigenous peoples that it's meant to celebrate native peoples culture and history it's about celebrating people instead of thinking about somebody who actually caused an insight on the population I'm Richard hake it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC US forces were fighting ISIS in Syria could leave the region in a matter of days a typhoon made landfall in Japan this weekend causing dozens of deaths and Simone Biles won her twenty fourth and twenty fifth championship medals in gymnastics this weekend breaking the world record it's Monday October fourteenth the news is next live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder as Turkey presses its military offensive against the Kurds in northern Syria European Union foreign ministers are condemning Turkey and calling on member states to halt arms sales to on Cora the U. ministers are meeting today in Luxembourg after president trump ordered all remaining American troops to leave the region teri Schultz reports from Brussels Sweden plans to propose an E. U. wide ban on weapons shipments to on corretamente foreign ministers meeting as Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan shows no sign of heating the European demand to stop military action in northern Syria but everyone has his own threat to throw back at Europe he says if the E. U. doesn't quit criticizing him he'll let the millions of refugees being held in Turkey come to Europe president trump is tweeting about the situation in northern Syria this morning repeating a threat of sanctions against Turkey and suggesting the Kurds may be releasing some ISIS prisoners to get the US is attention yesterday the Kurdish flooded ministration of the region said more than seven hundred isis supporters escape to camp following Turkish shelling from night is the fourth democratic presidential debate ten pairs Jessica Taylor reports it's the most crowded debate stage yet but there are clear front runners beginning to emerge will be twelve candidates the largest ever in history when they take the stage in Westerville Ohio a Columbus suburb the CNN New York times presidential debate will air on CNN at eight PM eastern you can also listen on your NPR member station Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden will again be at center stage over the past month the two solidified their front runner status warning bye and faced off for the first time last month which ended up being fairly cordial but the two could land more jabs each other this time around one could take you from other candidates to the more moderate south bend Indiana mayor Pete bitter judge has been attacking her on the trail over healthcare Jessica Taylor NPR news Washington to Poland now where near complete results show the ruling law and justice party has won the country's parliamentary election the main opposition party still hoping to gain enough support to form a coalition government to some peers rob Schmitz reports according to exit polls the Lone justice party was projected to win forty three point six percent of the vote extending the conservative party's rule for another four years campaigning on a nationals platform that mixes generous welfare handouts the demonization of immigrants and gays and tirades against the E. U.'s liberal multi cultural values the largest party has engaged in a sweeping effort to reshape Poland since coming to power in twenty fifteen it's over how the courts in ways critics say undermine the rule of law and it's turned state television radio stations in the government propaganda outlets party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski is make good on a promise to help struggling families by redistributing wealth winning the loyalty of those who've been felt neglected as the country's transition to capitalism rapturous NPR news really and you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York good morning on Richard hake zero four fifty nine degrees it is overcast we expect clouds this morning and son later today with a high near seventy two degrees community leaders plan to hold a vigil tonight to honor the victims of Saturday's mass shooting in crown heights four people were killed three others were injured in gunfire what appeared to be an illegal gambling club according to police Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams says the spot started out as an informal place for people to gather and socialize Paul place were illegal activity took place and that is we want brawl Adam says it's important to identify illegal social clubs but also addresses the proliferation of handguns in the country which he says is at a crisis point it's Columbus day but more more people are celebrating today as indigenous peoples bank the growing recognition and celebration is the result of a decades long effort to recognize the role of indigenous people in the nation's history Renee Gokey as a teacher service coordinator at the national museum of the American Indian in Washington well I think of a society were interested in learning more about perspective maybe we haven't heard and building in a more complete understanding of our own history and and kind of understanding ourselves to as Americans go he is a citizen of the eastern Shawnee tribe of Oklahoma says she recently helped teach ins in New York and Washington that attracted almost two hundred teachers well the Yankees spring the American League Championship Series back to the Bronx for game three tomorrow night after playing the first two in Houston W. N. Y. C.'s lance lucky reports in game one the Yankees put on a clinic on both sides of the ball shutting out the astro seven nothing behind Masahiro Tanaka six nearly perfect innings twenty two year old labor Thorez drove in five of the Yankees seven runs on three hits including a Homer and John Carlos Stanton homered four innings after injuring his right quiet running out a single that kept the twenty seventeen National League MVP out of the lineup for game two but he could be back for game three in the Bronx multiple injuries limited stand to just eighteen games during the regular season in game two last night the Yankees fell to the Astros three to eleven innings and then the Yankees will San Luis Severino to the mound tomorrow night against Astros ace Gerrit Cole Hillary Clinton presented her daughter with the Eleanor Roosevelt Val kill award which Clint herself was awarded back in nineteen ninety five Chelsea Clinton was honored yesterday afternoon at the thirty second annual award ceremony in Hyde Park where Roosevelt herself lived Clinton said she writes children's books for the same reason Roosevelt did so children can understand human rights Val kill medals are awarded to people who.

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning the US is preparing to evacuate nearly all remaining forces from northern Syria after being caught between two armies at odds in the region the Turkish military and Syrian Kurdish forces thing on says the conflict is endangering US troops we have American forces likely caught between two opposing advancing armies and it's a very untenable situation I'm Richard hake it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC president trump's former top Russian aid is testifying behind closed doors today on Ukraine a white police officer in fort worth Texas killed a black woman inside her own home early Saturday morning and of love travel writer takes us on a different kind of journey inside the human body it's Monday October fourteenth Columbus day the news is next live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder as Turkey moves ahead with its offensive in northern Syria Syrian government forces are moving north NPR's Peter Kenyon says Syrian Kurdish militants called for government help and fending off Turkey's military state news agency reports forces loyal to president Bashar al Assad reach the northern town of taba in a move to and he says well Syrian Kurdish YPG forces call for help as Turkey's military moved across the border that we to clear away the YPG the movements come as US forces begin to withdraw from the area Syrian forces moving into the region marks a shift in alliances for the Kurds say had been helping the U. S. in the fight against Islamic state but they reached a deal with the Syrian government after president trump ordered US troops to withdraw from the northern border area meanwhile European Union foreign ministers are meeting today and lost some Borg considering whether to broaden an arms embargo against Turkey house investigators said to hear from a former White House adviser on Russia today as part of the ongoing impeachment enquiring into president trump Jonah hill resigned in July days before trump's controversial call with the president of Ukraine impairs Bobby Allen reports on her parents hill is a British born American who's a scholar on Russia she advised the president until July when she left the post now she's expected to deliver a closed door testimony to house Democrats over concerns you raised about the ouster of former ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of edge hill is expected to tell lawmakers that trumps allies went around normal National Security Council procedures in an effort to open back channel communications with Ukraine on Thursday Gordon psalm land the US ambassador to the European Union is set to give his own testimony to Congress in connection with the impeachment inquiry Bobbi Allen NPR news Washington latest police shooting of an African American woman killed in fort worth Texas is drawing protests and chance for justice bill zeeble with member station K. E. R. A. and Dallas reports that this is the seventh police shooting in fort worth since June and the sixth death twenty eight year old a touchy on a Jefferson was playing with her eight year old nephew early Saturday at about two twenty AM she had no way to know a neighbor who saw the lights on and front door open call police the neighbor couldn't see your inside and was worried when officers arrived they did not announce their presence one held a flashlight and a pistol when he saw movement inside he yelled to see hands then fired it all took about two seconds activist Pamela young says enough is enough there needs to be fired immediately and he needs to be arrested and criminally charged with murder fort worth mayor Betsy price says the city still investigating the shooting I'm bill zeeble in fort worth and you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard take the NYPD is still working to piece together exactly what led to a shooting that left four people dead and three others injured over the weekend in crown heights it happened it would appear to be an illegal gambling spot according to police Sharon Davis lives just two doors down from where the shooting took place is happen anywhere blood wedding have been right at the end though it's a different feeling and I never experience something like this police still don't have a suspect a vigil is planned for the victims tonight the four men who died were all Brooklyn residents today is a holiday that more more towns and cities across the country are celebrating as indigenous peoples day it's an alternative to Columbus day Renee Gokey as teacher services coordinator at the national museum of the American Indian in Washington and also a citizen of the eastern Shawnee tribe of Oklahoma she says in recent years people have been asking more questions about the real history of Columbus and native people and now we're just getting out many more request it let me see I'm in New York and and the sea from teachers around the country thanks now I want to know more about how to be culturally appropriate my classroom or how can I expand narrative about need of people Cuomo says he supports building a statue to honor mother Frances Cabrini an Italian immigrant who was first naturalized American to be canonized as a Saint speaking of the Columbus citizen's foundation gala the governor pledged his full support for the construction of a monument in her honor Randolph let that man respect for our community let's leave the ways by seeing action and let's build a memorial to mother Cabrini Cuomo's remarks came just days after heated exchange on WNYC between Merida Blasi an actor Chaz commentary over Cabrini commentary took issue with Cabrini not being among the women selected in an initial round of planning for monuments around the city the Yankees spring the American League Championship Series back to the Bronx for game three tomorrow night after playing the first two in Houston W. N. Y. C.'s lance lucky has more in game one the Yankees put on a clinic on both sides of the ball shutting out the astro seven nothing behind Masahiro Tanaka six nearly perfect innings twenty two year old labor Thorez drove in five of the Yankee seven runs on three hits including a Homer and Giancarlo Stanton homered four innings after injuring his right quiet running out a single that kept the twenty seventeen National League MVP out of the lineup for game two but he could be back for game three in the Bronx multiple injuries limited stand to just eighteen games during the regular season in game two last night the Yankees fell to the Astros the score in the game three to eleven innings with the best of seven series tied at one the Yankees will San Luis Severino to the mount tomorrow night against.

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A DNA upgrade just take the full chip and by the way a lot of all your medical records elected a credit card but it will change your DNA I think the line for that will be around the block and I think that's the mark that's conjecture but that's what that's what I'm old too it's going to Newark Ohio Charles is with us welcome to the program Charles since in the you were just talking about that hi Charles go ahead thank you George particular call I appreciate it you're a are we have a couple comments I'd like to say because I live right here in the thick of what was talked about earlier great city mountains right there now exactly and I'm within walking distance between Indian male golf course and the Indian mounds and that's and something else is very interesting but I do have a big question but I would like to make a couple statements about this sure they the entire golf course nobody can do any escalation or anything like that but in burning tree and burning tree golf course which isn't heath Ohio they did escalation and then they found that mastodon and they start museum and everything on the come and try to keep this short but my point is also in the Mel burial area yes supposedly did some escalation didn't find any burial grounds all this and I'm very familiar with the not fluent in all this this whole conversation with the book of Enoch and everything and but what I have done because I've been here for like thirty years and I do have the metal detecting and I found some very interesting string thing strange things that I ate how is still yet have no explanation when I brought to the society over there or the museum right well we don't know where that come from one was a Russian buttoned up with washers two of them and some other strange metal throughout the licking river close to those areas but I don't want a drone on that I wanted to ask is it and I found some bones and stuff is when around metal detecting you start digging a find some other strange stuff belt buckles that don't belong from a different area so it did I will definitely say Newark is definitely got some strange stuff going on and I wanted to ask about the now forward and and if you could just elaborate a little bit more on the information about the north wind and the New York area of this ticket to come to it can you elaborate on that all right give it a try LA before the break and here's the deal shoot me an email LA it only marginally dot net let's open up a conversation everything we talked about he to looking county all the stuff I mean I've I've spent a lot of time in that area look these these are charge sites these I call it now full market sector fallen angel technology they were not built by native Americans in my opinion we've got chief Wallace of the Shawnee tribe is saying that they did not build a certain amount I mean it's in writing we did not build the circuit now but you go to the serpent mound today and there's signs put up by a bunch of white guys saying at the shiny billed separately but the law he said that they didn't so who did and I think it's a definitely point point point up that's where it came from you know and get what was the movie close encounters of the third kind and there was a scene where we have a lot of African the natives chanting and singing and they pointed up to the sky right remember that that was so emotional there was a sort of cool it really was well I give out your website and where people can get your DVDs before the break here we've got a co special W. W. W. dot LA marginally dot net only marginally dot net linked up a coast to coast by the way yeah close to close and and it's you can get secrets of a supernatural for nineteen ninety nine all get the entire series for twenty nine ninety nine so you basically get a free DVD and that's three hours of of you know rock and roll and I promise you you'll walk away just blown away especially but by the time you get the third episode and you see secrets of a supernatural you see what we discovered and all these true accounts it's it's mind boggling it's actually I didn't know we were going to get into that when we started making the phone I had no idea it was going to go in the direction that went but here we are voices from the other side and aren't you glad you did absolutely yeah we're all right we're gonna come back and take final phone calls in a moment with the only marginally and again as he mentioned his website LA miserably dot net linked up it coast to coast AM dot com so don't touch your dial we'll be right back with your calls on coast to coast find out more about tonight's guest logon to coast to coast AM dot com.

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A DNA upgrade just take the full chip and by the way a lot of all your medical records elected a credit card but it will change your DNA I think the line for that will be around the block and I think that's the mark that's conjecture but that's what that's what I'm old too let's go to Newark Ohio Charles is with us welcome to the program Charles you inside the you were just talking about that hi Charles go ahead all thank you George particular cost per share this year Hey are we have a couple comments I'd like to say to the live right here in the thick of what was talked about or a great city mountains right there now exactly and I'm within walking distance between Indian male golf course and the Indian mounds and on this and something else is very interesting but I do have a big question but I would like to make a couple statements about this sure they the entire golf course nobody can do any excavation or anything like that but in burning tree and bring three golf course which isn't heath Ohio they did escalation and then they found that mastodon and they start a museum and everything on the come and try to keep this short but my point is also in the Mel burial area yes supposedly did some escalation didn't find any burial grounds all this and I'm very familiar with the not for in all this this whole conversation with the book of Enoch and everything and but what I have done because I've been here for like thirty years and I have done metal detecting and I found some very interesting string thing strange things that I a how is still yeah I have no explanation when I brought to the society over there or the museum right well we don't know where that come from one it was a Russian button there with washers two of them and some other strange metal throughout the licking river close to those areas but I don't want a drone on that I wanted to ask is it and I found some bones and stuff is when around metal detecting you start digging a find some other strange stuff belt buckles that don't belong from a different area so it I will definitely say Newark is definitely got some strange stuff will one on one and I wanted to ask about the now for one and if you could just elaborate a little bit more on the information about the next one in the New York area just to kind of can you elaborate on that all right give it a try LA before the break and here's the deal shoot me an email LA it only marginally dot net let's open up a conversation everything you talked about the the licking county all the stuff I mean I've I've spent a lot of time in that area but these these are charge sites these I call it knefel market sector full initial technology they were not built by native Americans in my opinion we've got chief Wallace of the Shawnee tribe is saying that they did not build a certain about I mean it's in writing we did not build the separate now but you go to the serpent mound today and there's signs put up by a bunch of white guys saying at the shiny build server but he said that they didn't so who did and I think it's definitely point point point up that's where it came from you know and yeah what was the movie close encounters of the third kind and there was a scene where we have a lot of African natives chanting and singing and they pointed up to the sky right remember that that was so emotional there was a sort of cool it really was LA give out your website and where people can get your DVDs before the break here we've got a co special W. 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W. dot LA marginally dot net only marginally done manning something close to calls by the way yeah close to close and and it's you can get secrets of a supernatural for nineteen ninety nine or get the entire series for twenty nine ninety nine so you basically get a free DVD and that's three hours of of you know rock and roll and I promise you you'll walk away just blown away especially Burke but the timing of the third episode and you see secrets of a supernatural you see what we discovered and all these true accounts it's it's mind boggling it's actually I didn't know we were going to get into that when we started making the phone I had no idea it was going to go in the direction that it went but here we are voices from the other side and aren't you glad you did absolutely yeah we're all right we're gonna come back and take final phone calls in a moment with the only marginally and again as he mentioned his website LA miserably dot net linked up it coast to coast AM dot com so don't touch your dial we'll be right back with your calls on coast to coast they signed up more about tonight's guest logon to coast to coast AM dot com and when it breaks I'm Michael crozier live from the K. apply twenty four hour news of the rest is been made in the fatal shooting are stabbing of a former cal state Fullerton administrator on campus the name was killed Monday a co worker was arrested last night in Huntington beach a jury in LA is done a convicted killer was saying when he said the mutilated two women one of the women was nearly decapitated hours before she was supposed to go on a date with actor Ashton Kutcher Michael a guard Julie was Gargiulo was a also convicted nearly killing a woman in Santa Monica survived being stabbed eight times the verdict today means Gargiulo could get a death sentence a federal judge in San Diego's granting an emergency order to allow immigration officials to force feed a detainee ice officials say Russian detainee at Jenny a yep Jenny even off has been refusing food for over two weeks they fear for his health even on next the immigration court hearing is set for late next month a now former ms in NY is Nevada says she was kicked out of this year's national patch because she supports president trump has and says Katie Williams is distorting the facts and she was disqualified because she posted about politics on pageant related social media accounts Williams says she feels if she had less conservative views she would not have been punished the ms America contest will be held Saturday at the Queen Mary thank goodness Tom petty's original master tapes are safe it was believed they were burned in a big warehouse fire the universal lot two thousand eight masters up to puncture core are okay as well universal music group being sued in the case the lawsuit claims half a million tapes were lost in the fire and the record company covered up for years universal denies that late night working going on in Santa Monica it's on the eastbound.

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A DNA upgrade just take the full chip and by the way a lot of all your medical records elected a credit card but it will change your DNA I think the line for that will be around the block and I think that's the mark that's conjecture but that's what that's what I'm old too it's going to Newark Ohio Charles is with us welcome to the program Charles since in the you were just talking about that hi yeah Charles go ahead thank you George particular call I appreciate it you're Hey are we have a couple comments I'd like to say because I live right here in the thick of what was talked about earlier great city mountains right there now exactly and I'm within walking distance between Indian male golf course and the Indian mounds and that and something else is very interesting but I do have a big question but I would like to make a couple statements about this sure they the entire golf course nobody can do any escalation or anything like that but in burning tree and burning tree golf course which isn't heath Ohio they did escalation and then they found that mastodon and they started museum and everything on the come and try to keep this short but my point is also in the Mel burial area you know supposedly did some escalation didn't find any burial grounds all this and I'm very familiar with enough plan in all this this whole conversation with the book of Enoch and everything and but what I have done because I've been here for like thirty years and I'd have done metal detecting and I found some very interesting string thing strange things that I ate how is still yet have no explanation when I brought to the society over there or the museum like well we don't know where that come from one was a Russian button there with large there's two of them and some other strange metal throughout the licking river close to those areas but I don't want a drone on that I wanted to ask is it and I found some bones and stuff is when around metal detecting you start digging a find some other strange stuff belt buckles that don't belong from a different area so it did I will definitely say Newark is definitely got some strange stuff will one on one and I wanted to ask about the now forward and and if you could just elaborate a little bit more on the information about the north wind and the New York yeah to come to it can you elaborate on that all right give it a try LA before the break and here's the deal shoot me an email LA only marginally dot net let's open up a conversation everything we talked about he to looking county all the stuff I mean I've I've spent a lot of time in that area look these these are charge sites these I call it now full market sector full initial technology they were not built by native Americans in my opinion we've got chief Wallace of the Shawnee tribe is saying that they did not build a certain amount I mean it's in writing we did not build the circuit now but you go to the serpent mound today and there's signs put up by a bunch of white guys saying at the shiny billed separately but he said that they didn't so who did and I think it's the nephilim point point point up that's where it came from you know and get what was the movie close encounters of the third kind and there was a scene where we have a lot of no African the natives chanting and singing and they pointed up to the sky right remember that that was so emotional there was a sort of cool it really was well I give out your website and where people can get your DVDs before the break here we've got a co special W. W. W. dot LA marginally dot net only marginally dot net linked up and coast to coast by the way yeah close to close and and it's you can get secrets of a supernatural for nineteen ninety nine or get the entire series for twenty nine ninety nine so you basically get a free DVD and that's three hours of of you know rock and roll and I promise you you'll walk away just blown away especially but by the time you get the third episode and you see secrets of a supernatural you see what we discovered and all these true accounts it's it's mind boggling it's actually I didn't know we were going to get into that when we started making the phone I had no idea it was going to go in the direction that went but here we are voices from the other side and aren't you glad you did absolutely yup we're all right we're gonna come back can take final phone calls in a moment with the only marginally and again as he mentioned his website LA miserably.

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

14:51 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on Gastropod

"She lives in Ohio like, Chris, and she's written a Popol cookbook. Yes. I could not find any recipes that I was really delighted with once I became completely obsessed with papa's. So I decided to make my own Sarah told us to make an episode on papa's. And so we did. And what we discovered is. There is a whole all Paul community out there. People like, Sarah, like Chris up Popo party really of people who are more or less obsessed with the fruit nearly all of them stumbled upon papa's as adults had a moment of discuss. Dery when they first tasted this amazing large native North American tropical fruit. That's what happened to Sherry is asleep. Think my first Papa was probably after I started working here. So I grew up in Kentucky. But I we did not have papa's growing up. I knew what they were. I had heard of them. But I did not really eat them until I started working here. But you know, I liked them immediately. Chris actually fell for one of the pulp owes close cousins. First of all this hour, stop or guaynabo. Yes. So I was in Mexico studying Spanish and was at one of these little juice bars. Basically. And I don't know. I just forget exactly because it was many many years ago now, but had a probably a cocoa's a, you know, like where they blend up the fruit in the ice, and you know, had never had a sour sop. So it was a great new experience. Chris said that the guaynabo had large seeds and those seeds reminded him of the Papa so we got back to the US and he started doing. Some research, and he figured out that the two were cousins and this gave him an idea. Basically. There was just tons of papa's around the hills here just rotting on the ground and to me. It was shame that we weren't appreciating them or doing anything with them. So that's sort of when I started like started to dedicate, my part of my life to preserving papa's or you know, promoting papa's. This is a classic example of the Popol vibe all the pawpaw lovers. We met this episode are incredibly chill in low key on the surface and deeply deeply passionate about the pawpaw beneath that Chris made the connection to sour sop or guaynabo. Now. One of the pods relatives. Another one is one of my favorites from travelling in Peru. It's called the chair Moya chair Moya Granada. They all belong to a family of trees called the custard. Apples. And this family of trees includes over two thousand species and the overwhelming majority of these species are found. Exclusively in the tropics or subtropics, and the Popol is the only member of that family that exists in the temperate world so from biological evolution airy standpoint. Th the Papa really stands out in North America. So how in the world did this one member of the tropical custard apple family end up on the eastern part of North America. This is a question that and he gets all the time. You know, some people say how did this tropical plant get to Ohio, and I say well millions of years Andy says that this huge fruit with its large seeds was transported to North America. By some very large animals. Yes. So before humans showed up in North America the pop. Aw, was eaten by large mega-fauna, you know, things like giant ground sloth or the mastodons that would have eaten fruit hole. And then carried it across large distances and then through its droppings deposited seeds. Just like we always do humans wiped out those mega fun. But the papa's stuck around and figured out how to deal with the cold. And then. Then we started to eat all those delicious Popo ourselves. Native Americans have been eating papa's and North America. Well, basically as long as they've been here, we call Devon Mahy Suwa. I'm a citizen of the Choctaw nation of Oklahoma. And I'm the corley beers price. Professor in the humanities program at the university of Kansas Devin grew up eating papa's, just like our ancestors. You know, my grandparents Muskogee Oklahoma had papa's. And so there is that window of time. Every fall when they were ready, and I just couldn't wait. And we just cut them open ate the flesh and the seeds are pretty big. And so just suck on the seeds. And then, you know, kind of like a watermelon. You don't eat those. You spit them out. Devon told us not all tribes eight papa's because they're really just in the eastern part of the United States. So many tribes never even heard of it. And it probably was not a trade item because they don't travel well, but for tribes he did have access to it. They would just simply. Pick it and eat. It papa's grew and still grow across a lot of the eastern part of the US. It covers from you know, essentially, the Atlantic Ocean west into eastern, Nebraska eastern, Oklahoma and from the Florida panhandle north into southern Michigan and even parts of upstate New York. So this huge swath of the country and pop laws are just out there in the woods growing by the thousands of millions many of what looked like wild paw-paw patches today may well have been intentionally cultivated by native Americans as forest orchards. It could very well. Be that more tribes used it than we know. But the euro American observers left behind descriptions of what tribes farmed what the gathered what they hunted but often they would just write fruit. Or if they recognize the fruit like a strawberry. They would say that. But if they didn't know what the Papa was they may not have even mentioned it pulp offseason that brief window of time from September through early October was clearly an important time for many stern tribes. When you look at the various names for the moon's that the shawnee tribe had in the Ohio valley the time of year of September correspondent with the Popol moon. So we know that the fruit would have had great significance. If a time of the year was marked for this fruit. Chris says, there are traces of Popol all across the landscape. We have the in this area, the the woodland tribes. So like the Adena and around here, we have these old mounts. So there's this place called the serpent mound. There's this other place called flinton ridge where they would dick Flint out. There's another place called shawnee lookout, everyone of these ancient sites. There's papa's in. Fact in this neck of the woods, there's a spot or these rivers kind of come together. And there was an idea that this was an old old campsite for for natives because they could see like a good range. Great, papa's everywhere. Like, we said these papa's were probably deliberately planted, and they were probably also deliberately cultivated in selected native Americans would have chosen the best ones to grow. And they were so important that the Paul pun name is also written across the landscape. There's a place in north Georgia alcove v there's an covy mountain and in stream and these places are derived from a word that meant Pau thicket river. So when you start to look at some of these native American placenames, you start to really read the landscape and read the history there by learning what various native American groups called the places where they live another example in western Louisiana. There's a place that translates to the paw eaters. So that's significant because it implies that people. Eight papa's. But that the people there were known as Papa eaters, this was a part of their identity and the papa's were important for more than just a quick tasty. Seasonal snack for the tribes that love them. They could make ropes and string from the bark because the Barak of the pop tree is super fibrous and stringy folks were known to even into a historical times and more recent times, even into the eighteen hundreds people were making cordage to string fish when they were out fishing. So it's possible that for for those people in that area. The plant would have been more prized for its cordage for its bark for its material than perhaps as a food item. Papa's were also used as medicine you could grind up the seeds, and perhaps make you know to deter head lice. Visit is a natural insecticide. There are still paw-paw headlines shampoos on the market today. Chris had some and a little shrine to all things Paul. He's set up in a barn on his farm and in two thousand two as I anticipate study was done on the effectiveness of poppy seed shampoo for killing lace, and it totally works. The pause were evidently a big deal in precolonial times. But you start getting the first written records of the Popol when the colonists showed up the earliest European explorers. Hernando de Soto's expedition recorded seeing native Americans growing Papa intentionally cultivating the fruit in southern Appalachia all Europeans fell in love with Papa right away. You know, I can only imagine that the earliest colonists. We're just confronted with with all kinds of new things. And so there was so much to discover into learn and everything was new so the Papa in those earliest colonial records. So they're they're mentioned in, you know, some of the counts from Jamestown, you know, descriptions of the fruit, but they quickly move onto other things. It's not like me and twenty nine when I first had my Papa wondering about this fruit. You know this great revelation, but the pawpaw persisted and eventually Europeans at least some of them woke up to its charms. So yeah, you can kind of run down great important events in American history. And the pop was kind. There in many of those occasions as a little footnote in the background of history. It doesn't play this this great big role in much of American history. But it's there it's right there with the founding fathers Thomas Jefferson was known to be too impressed with the fruit. He had them grown at Monticello. And he even sent seeds to Europe all pas grow around George Washington's home in mount Vernon. So he he most certainly would have been aware of them. However, there's this larger than life myth around George Washington that is favorite dessert was chilled. Pau, and I have looked and looks to find reference to this in the historical record. And I can't really find any record where he says definitively. You know, my favorite dessert is chilled. Papa it's certainly plausible, but more likely not to rain on the pop up persons parade. But more than like, this is a another folk tale that came up with this. I president as the cherry tree goes. So goes the Papa even when it comes to free tree. Dental myth, the pawpaw is lesser known. But the founding fathers weren't the only Papa lovers Lewis and Clark the explorers who, you know, explored out west out to Oregon and back they recorded in their journal. They ran out of food when they were in Missouri when they're on their way back from Oregon, and they found wild palm trees, and they said that the papa's saved them from starvation. They ate only papa's for several days. Daniel Boone was also a pop off. And so there's just a ton of American history. With the pop offer Paul papa's were also treasured by enslaved Africans on the east coast. The tropical flavors reminded them of similar fruits back home. And when the fruits were in season, they'd have been a welcome far addition to they're often monotonous and meager diet Paul kept people fed in times of need. But the fruit was more than just a food of last resort for early Americans over time as the frontier pushed westward and settlements became more and more removed from some of the bigger eastern cities in markets. You know? Wild foods became even more important than perhaps they were on the eastern seaboard. And so as you move westward you start to see towns and villages in in little sediments all named Papa on name for the fruit. That Americans were were naming places for this fruit and eventually learning to love it. And at some point we get the the American folk song way down yonder in the pop up hatch as is common with traditional folk songs. Nobody knows just how old that song is. But Chris Schmil knows how the song goes where wear is pretty little Susie where oh where is pretty little Susie where oh where is pretty little Susie way down yonder in the Paul Paul patch picking up papa's put them in a basket, picking up papa's Putina minner basket begin up papa's put them in her basket way, down yonder in the Popol patch, come home, boys. Let's go find come home bows. Let's go fund homeboys. Let's go find way down yonder in the Popol patch. Now, I'm clapping along with them. Chris has it. Lovely singing voice. Although the song has a slightly dubious message to my years. But the point is if it has a whole traditional folk song about it, and all these places are called after it clearly at one point the Paul Paul was popular. But now on a list of fruits Americans eat the Papa is precisely nowhere. Why like I said I grew up in the Popol belt, and I hadn't tasted one until we made this episode. I bet almost none of you have tried them. Either. Why did they disappear? 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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Siegler, NPR news, Chico California. British Prime minister. Theresa May's Brexit strategy took another blow Sunday when Nissan cancelled plans to make its new SUV in northern England citing continued uncertainty over the country's future relations with the European Union. Nissan says it will instead produce the vehicle in Japan. This is NPR news. The federal government is warning residents and the Rio Grande valley of south Texas about the heavy machinery being readied for the construction of a six mile border wall. Texas public radio's Reynaldo lonzo's junior reports the plan is being met with opposition from community leaders, local landowners, and a native American tribe. The no border wall movement has been meeting in mcallen, Texas for months. Local rather than Avon Leoluca part of the identity shawnee tribe. And if married to a member of the gutty socal mic rule tribe on the border because for us is indigenous people this land is sacred. We know that the the horror that's pending does the community understand the horror. That's pending. I hope so in November customs and border protection awarded a hundred and forty five million dollar contract for the construction of the six mile one which is projected to run up against a chapel from the eighteen hundreds and the national butterfly center. CB P says the machinery coming into the Rio Grande valley will be youth on federally owned land. And for NPR news now use junior in mission Texas New England quarterback Tom Brady one has six Super Bowl ring on Sunday as the patriots outlasted the LA Rams thirteen to three. It was the lowest scoring Super Bowl and the fifty three year history of the game. But Brady says they'll take it. They really well on defense. Fortunately, our defense really played the best game. They have all season. It was just an incredible win after notching win. Number six. The patriots match the Pittsburgh Steelers for most Super Bowl wins. Julian Edelman was named most valuable player after catching ten passes for one hundred forty one yards. Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include that William T grant foundation working to harness the power of research to make a difference in the lives of children teens and young adults for more than eighty years. Learn more at W T grant, FDA N dot org..

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"shawnee tribe" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"shawnee tribe" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Be dated all the way back to the shawnee tribe that's a high oh yes i lived on china road oh run now everyone knows where you live i live i lived right off of shining cherokee run got it so it could be dated all the way back to the shawnee tribe because folklore has a character name miss cigna wa which is a spirit that protects animals from hunters so i think that it could be like a newfound reincarnation of the signal or because is big enough that it resembles at size but actually has the description of big foot so they don't know of bigfoot is missing noah or the mothman is but one of them supposedly has something to do with the shawny it could also be while p which is another story from the shawnee tribe where a guy main while p wanted to be with his family but the only way to be with his family as they had turned into white hawks and so they turn until white hawks and continued their life in the forest so it could be either of those based on shawny folklore sink that same area and some believe that the mothman might actually be an angel a demon or a product of a blood curse placed on the town because in the seventeen seventies the shawnee tribe which was the most powerful tribe at the time in the area were led by a chief named corn stock he was actually names on the else but the english translation is corn shelter he didn't like just choose that they were like that's what we think your call yes corn stock cher so corn stock opposed war and he told the colonists that are coming in that he didn't wanna fight anyone and if there was a war.

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