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03:39 min | 2 months ago

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"XL. The name with Johnny Newman. It was trying water is life. The Canadian company behind Keystone XL. T. C Energy operates a pipeline, which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in South Dakota in 2017 and North Dakota in 2019. Activists and tribal members say the pipeline and dangerous water quality breaks, tribal land treaties and pipeline construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Guidance decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald Trump granted Canadian developer TC Energy in 2019 puts a heart stop to the $8 billion project. Among those celebrating was Fort Belknap, Indian Community Council president Andy Work, a member of the only tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy and I'm really thankful in South Dakota, the Rosebud Sioux tribal government joined Fort Belknap and suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud. Sioux President Rodney Bordeaux was busy coordinating Potvin 19 vaccinations when he heard biting, canceled the permit a great victory. Hopefully, that's the end of it, but we'll continue to fight it. We're gonna watch it. But pipeline supporters air seeing the collapse of 10 years of work. BC Energy, which declined to comment for this story, released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancelation yesterday and said it's suspending further activity on the pipeline. County commissioners in rural northeastern Montana, where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to tax revenue, which the state estimated at $63 million a year. Well, extremely disappointed. Mary Armstrong is a commissioner in Montana's Valley County, where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place, and, um Perfectly compatible with us. Montana Republicans strongly criticized Biden's decision. But Keystone XL has also been supported by Democrats here, including former governor Steve Bullock and Senator Jon Tester. Yesterday. Tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline, but with conditions he had encouraged the Biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision. While the pipeline from Alberta looks dead For now, the premiere of that province Jason Kenny yesterday pushed for consequences. The Canadian province of Alberta invested $1.5 billion in the project. In a statement yesterday, Kenny called for Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss the decision. However, the U. S government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues. Then it is clear that the government of Canada must impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interests. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a statement. Expressed disappointment in Biden's decision, but acknowledged Biden's choice to fulfill a promise he made during his campaign run for NPR news. I'm Caleb Erosion. Billings, Montana. Tomorrow on all things considered. Pharmacies have become a key player in the most ambitious vaccination effort in history, protecting Americans against the coronavirus trying to vaccinate most of America. You can't do that without the involvement of pharmacies. That critical public health roll comes with many challenges, limited supply, social distancing and ever changing state and federal rules here that.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Company behind Keystone XL. T. C Energy operates a pipeline, which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in South Dakota in 2017 and North Dakota in 2019. Activists and tribal members say the pipeline and dangerous water quality breaks, tribal land treaties and pipeline construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald Trump granted Canadian developer TC Energy and 2019 puts a heart stop to the $8 billion project. Among those celebrating was Fort Belknap, Indian Community Council president Andy Work a member of the only tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy and I'm really thankful in South Dakota. Rosebud Sioux Tribal government joined Fort Belknap and suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud. Sioux President Rodney Bordeaux was busy coordinating proven 19 vaccinations when he heard biting, canceled the permit a great victory. Hopefully, that's the end of it, but we'll continue to fight it. We're gonna watch it. But pipeline supporters air seeing the collapse of 10 years of work. You see Energy, which declined to comment for this story, released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancelation yesterday and said it's suspending further activity on the pipeline. County commissioners in rural northeastern Montana, where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to tax revenue, which the state estimated at $63 million a year. Well, extremely disappointed. Mary Armstrong is a commissioner in Montana's Valley County, where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place, and, um, perfectly compatible with US Montana Republicans. Strongly criticized Biden's decision. But Keystone XL has also been supported by Democrats here, including former governor Steve Bullock and Senator Jon Tester. Yesterday. Tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline, but with conditions he had encouraged the Biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision. While the pipeline from Alberta looks dead For now, the premiere of that province Jason Kenny yesterday pushed for consequences. The Canadian province of Alberta invested $1.5 billion in the project. In a statement yesterday, Kenny called for Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss the decision. However, the U. S government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of Canada must impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interests. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a statement. Expressed disappointment in violence decision but acknowledged Biden's choice to fulfill a promise he made during his campaign run for NPR news. I'm Caleb Erosion. Billings, Montana. Tomorrow on all things considered, pharmacies have become a key player in the most ambitious vaccination effort in history. Protecting Americans against the coronavirus trying to vaccinate most of America. You can't do that without the involvement of pharmacies. That critical public health roll comes with many challenges, limited supply, social distancing and.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Pipeline, and Keystone XL. The neighbor, Johnny Newman, It was joining water is life. The Canadian company behind Keystone XL. T. C Energy operates a pipeline, which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in South Dakota in 2017 and North Dakota in 2019. Activists and tribal members say the pipeline and dangerous water quality breaks, tribal land treaties and pipeline construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Guidance decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald Trump granted Canadian developer TC Energy in 2019 puts a heart stop to the $8 billion project. Among those celebrating was Fort Belknap, Indian Community Council president Andy Work, a member of the only tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy and I'm really thankful in South Dakota, the Rosebud Sioux tribal government joined Fort Belknap and suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud. Sioux President Rodney Bordeaux was busy coordinating Potvin 19 vaccinations when he heard biting, canceled the permit a great victory. Hopefully, that's the end of it, but we'll continue to fight it. We're gonna watch it. But pipeline supporters air seeing the collapse of 10 years of work. BC Energy, which declined to comment for this story, released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancelation yesterday and said it's suspending further activity on the pipeline. County commissioners in rural northeastern Montana, where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to tax revenue, which the state estimated at $63 million a year. Well, extremely disappointed. Mary Armstrong is a commissioner in Montana's Valley County, where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place, and, um Perfectly compatible with us. Montana Republicans strongly criticized Biden's decision. But Keystone XL has also been supported by Democrats here, including former governor Steve Bullock and Senator Jon Tester. Yesterday. Tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline, but with conditions he had encouraged the Biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision. While the pipeline from Alberta looks dead For now, the premiere of that province Jason Kenny yesterday pushed for consequences. The Canadian province of Alberta invested $1.5 billion in the project. In a statement yesterday, Kenny called for Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss the decision. If, however, the U. S government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of Canada must impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions. To defend our country's vital economic interests. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in a statement expressed disappointment in Biden's decision, but acknowledged Biden's choice. Of the Philip promise he made during his campaign run for NPR News. I'm Caleb Erosion. Billings, Montana. Tomorrow on all things considered. Pharmacies have become a key player in the most ambitious vaccination effort in history, protecting Americans against the coronavirus trying to vaccinate most of America. You can't do that without the involvement of pharmacies. That critical public health roll comes with many challenges, limited supply, social distancing and ever changing state and federal rules here that story tomorrow afternoon by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. And you're listening to all things considered from NPR news. On the next fresh air. Some facts and some myths about exercise is sitting really the new smoking does running ruin your knees. We'll talk with Harvard Professor Daniel Lieberman, who studied the biomechanics of Americans and of indigenous people living as hunter gatherers. His new book is called Exercise. Join us if.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:42 min | 2 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KCRW

"The Canadian company behind Keystone XL. T. C Energy operates a pipeline, which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in South Dakota in 2017 and North Dakota in 2019. Activists and tribal members say the pipeline and dangerous water quality breaks, tribal land treaties and pipeline construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald Trump granted Canadian developer TC Energy in 2019 puts a heart stop to the $8 billion project. Among those celebrating was Fort Belknap, Indian Community Council president Andy Work, a member of the only tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy and I'm really thankful in South Dakota, the Rosebud Sioux tribal government joined Fort Belknap and suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud. Sioux President Rodney Bordeaux was busy coordinating Koven 19 vaccinations when he heard biting, canceled the permit a great victory. Hopefully, that's the end of it, but we'll continue to fight it. We're gonna watch it. But pipeline supporters air seeing the collapse of 10 years of work. BC Energy, which declined to comment for this story, released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancelation yesterday and said it's suspending further activity on the pipeline. County commissioners in rural northeastern Montana, where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to tax revenue, which the state estimated at $63 million a year. Well, extremely disappointed. Mary Armstrong is a commissioner in Montana's Valley County. Very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place, and, um Perfectly compatible with us. Montana Republicans strongly criticized Biden's decision. But Keystone XL has also been supported by Democrats here, including former governor Steve Bullock and Senator Jon Tester. Yesterday. Tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline, but with conditions he had encouraged the Biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision. While the pipeline from Alberta looks dead For now, the premiere of that province Jason Kenny yesterday pushed for consequences. The Canadian province of Alberta invested $1.5 billion in the project. In a statement yesterday, Kenny called for Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss the decision. However, the U. S government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues. Then it is clear that the government of Canada must impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interests. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a statement. Expressed disappointment in Biden's decision, but acknowledged Biden's choice to fulfill a promise he made during his campaign run for NPR news. I'm Caleb Erosion. Billings, Montana. Yeah. Tomorrow on all things considered. Pharmacies have become a key player in the most ambitious vaccination effort in history, protecting Americans against the coronavirus trying to vaccinate most of America. You can't do that without the involvement of farms. That critical public health roll comes with many challenges, limited supply, social distancing and ever changing state and federal rules here that story tomorrow afternoon by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name..

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:13 min | 2 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Justice climate over the next few days, but the big question remains. What can he do with Congress? Executive Action on Lee takes you so far he proposed this $1.9 trillion covert relief package. And again today argue that it needs to happen that it's urgent that it's a crisis. But he's getting a lot of pushback from Congress Republicans in Congress and it's not clear how fast they can act, even if they do want to do it. It's NPR. White House correspondent Tamara Keith and NPR Health Policy reporter Selena Simmons. Duffin. Thank you. You're welcome. Thank you. Now on President Biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic. One of the first things he did after his inauguration yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline. That pipeline would have transported crude oil from Alberta to the Texas Gulf Coast. It would have entered the U. S in Montana from their Yellowstone Public radio's Kayla Derochette reports on the mixed reaction to the cancelation. Tribes and environmental groups here and in other states, the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the Keystone XL pipeline in court for roughly a decade. Last year in a video by indigenous collective Buffalo defense, roughly 10 4 pack, tribal members protested in northern Montana. They lined up with their hands, held up in fists and repeated a Lakota phrase. It's become slogan for the movement against pipelines like the Dakota Access Pipeline and Keystone XL Mini. With Joanie for Newman. It was trying water is life. The Canadian company behind Keystone XL. T. C Energy operates a pipeline, which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in South Dakota in 2017 and in North Dakota in 2019. Activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water quality breaks, Tribal land treaties and pipeline construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit Donald Trump granted Canadian developer TC Energy in 2019 puts a hard stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was Fort Belknap. Indian Community Council president Andy Work a member of the only tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy and I'm really thankful in South Dakota, the Rosebud Sioux tribal government joined Fort Belknap ensuing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud. Sioux President Rodney Bordeaux was busy Coordinating Cove in 19 vaccinations when he heard biting, canceled the permit a great victory. Hopefully, that's the end of it, but we'll continue to fight it. We're gonna watch it. But pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of 10 years of work. PC Energy, which declined to comment for the story, released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancelation yesterday and said it's suspending further activity on the pipeline. County commissioners in rural northeastern Montana, where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue, which the state estimated at $63 million a year. Well, extremely disappointed. Mary Armstrong is a commissioner in Montana's Valley County were very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place, and, um Perfectly compatible with US Montana Republicans strongly criticized by its decision, but Keystone XL has also been supported by Democrats here, including former governor Steve Bullock and Senator Jon Tester. Yesterday. Tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline, but with conditions he had encouraged the Biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision While the pipeline from Alberta looks dead for now. The premiere of that province. Jason Kenny yesterday pushed for consequences. The Canadian province of Alberta invested $1.5 billion in the project and a statement yesterday. Kenny call for Biden and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss the decision. However, the U. S government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of Canada must impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions. To defend our country's vital economic interests. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in a statement expressed disappointment, invite his decision but acknowledged by the choice to fulfill a promise he made during.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run.

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Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions

Environment: NPR

03:40 min | 2 months ago

Biden's Cancellation Of Permit For Keystone XL Pipeline Faces Mixed Reactions

"Now president biden isn't just focusing on the pandemic one of the first things. He did after his inauguration. Yesterday was to cancel a permit to build the keystone excel pipeline that pipeline would transported crude oil from alberta to the texas gulf coast would have entered the us in montana from their yellowstone. Public radio's kayla roche reports on the mixed reaction to the cancellation tribes and environmental groups. Here and in other states the pipeline would have crossed have been fighting the keystone excel pipeline in court for roughly a decade last year in a video by indigenous collective buffalo defense. Roughly ten for pet tribal members protested in northern montana. They lined up with their hands held up fists and repeated a lakota phrase. That's become slogan. For the movement against pipelines like the dakota access pipeline keystone excel. Johnny were drawing. Water is life. The canadian company behind keystone xl tc energy operates a pipeline which spilled thousands of gallons of oil in south dakota and twenty seventeen and in north dakota in nine thousand hundred activists and tribal members say the pipeline endangers water-quality bricks tribal land treaties and pipeline. Construction brings the threat of human trafficking. Biden's decision to revoke a presidential permit. Donald trump granted canadian developer energy in two thousand nineteen puts a heart stop to the billion dollar project. Among those celebrating was fort belknap indian community council president. Andy work a member of the onny tribe. I'm just really happy. I'm really happy. And i'm really thankful in south dakota the rosebud sioux tribal government. Join fort belknap. In suing to stop the pipeline. Rosebud sioux president rodney bordeaux was busy coordinating cove nineteen vaccinations. When he heard biden cancelled. The permit agreed victory. Hopefully that's the end of it but will continue to fight it we're gonna watch it but pipelines supporters are seeing the collapse of ten years of work. Tc energy which declined to comment for the story. Released a statement in anticipation of the permit cancellation yesterday and said it. Suspending further activity on the pipeline county commissioners in rural northeastern montana where agriculture is the dominant industry said they had been looking forward to the tax revenue which the state estimated at sixty three million dollars. A year extremely disappointed mary. Armstrong a commissioner in montana's valley county where very large county with very few people seems like a perfect place in Perfectly compatible with us montana. Republicans strongly criticized by an institution. But keep an excel has also been supported by democrats here. Including former governor steve bullock and senator jon tester yesterday tester said he still supports the development of the pipeline but with conditions he had encouraged the biden administration to meet with supporters and opponents before making a decision while the pipeline from alberta looks dead for now the premier of that province jason kenney yesterday pushed for consequences the canadian province of alberta invest in one point. Five billion dollars in the project in a statement. Yesterday kenny culver biden and prime minister justin trudeau to discuss the decision. However the us government refuses to open the door to a constructive and respectful dialogue about these issues that it is clear that the government of canada impose meaningful trade and economic sanctions to defend our country's vital economic interest canadian prime minister justin trudeau in a statement expressed. Disappointment invite is decision but acknowledged biden's choice to fulfil a promise. He made during his campaign run

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's the title of their new book is Bag Man, the Wild Crimes, audacious cover up and spectacular downfall of a brazen crook in the White House. It's fresh air coming up tonight at seven here on KQED Public radio. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. The federal government's first batch of Corona virus vaccines will include a shipment to Indian country. Native Americans are four times as likely to be hospitalized from covert 19. But as NPR's Kirk Siegler reports reaching everyone who needs the vaccine will be a major challenge. These last few days have been chaotic at the name IPU Health Clinic on the Nez Perce Reservation in Idaho. Director are Kim Hartwig is trying to manage testing and treating patients for Cove it and other diseases while also racing to get a plan in place to distribute a vaccine. It's not something that we have and have a timeline. It's like, okay, I got a call and was told, Okay, you're going to get vaccine in two weeks get a plan together. Only a handful of her front line workers are expected to get the initial Fizer vaccine because the tribe doesn't have the special refrigeration and storage. It requires. But Hardwick is okay with waiting a few more weeks for the expected second vaccine that doesn't need that. When it's in, she can start vaccinating elders and the rest of the tribe. We should feel fortunate that we have The opportunity to, you know, get vaccine and lap way, Idaho. I mean, we have a town of 1000 people in in rural Idaho in the middle of the next person reservation Tribe said the option of getting the vaccine shipments from their state or the Indian health service. More than half of the 574 federally recognized tribes are doing with the nest purse are opting for the eye HS. Says Commander Andrea Klima. We're treating this as any other challenge that we're faced with a member of the chick saw nation in Oklahoma climate was leading the I adjust Task force in charge of distributing the vaccines were tackling it head on and working through things such as presidents here, and he sort of perceived stress issue. There will be a lot of scrutiny on the I. A. Jess says The vaccines get distributed. Congress has long under funded Indian health care. And consequently, native people aren't always confident in the I A chess to deliver. Rodney Bordeaux is the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota. Well, we're gonna hold your feet to the fire because its search just responsibility. It's the federal government. The treaty obligations, so we're gonna hold your feet to the fire. If the RHS fails to distribute the vaccine is planned, Bordeaux says hopefully, Congress will provide another round of stimulus is a backup. Already cares. Act funds helped pay for mobile units that his tribal used to deliver the vaccine to communities.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KCRW

"Brought to you by farmers and merchant bank. It's 3 50. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. The federal government's first batch of Corona virus vaccines will include a shipment to Indian country. Native Americans are four times as likely to be hospitalized from covert 19. But as NPR's Kirk Siegler reports reaching everyone who needs the vaccine will be a major challenge. These last few days have been chaotic at the name IPU Health Clinic on the Nest Purse reservation in Idaho. The director are Kim Hartwig is trying to manage testing and treating patients for covert and other diseases, while also racing to get a plan in place to distribute a vaccine. It's not something that we have and have a timeline. It's like okay, I got a call and was told, Okay, you're going to get vaccine in two weeks get a plan together. Only a handful of her front line workers are expected to get the initial Fizer vaccine because the tribe doesn't have the special refrigeration and storage. It requires. But Hardwick is okay with waiting a few more weeks for the expected second vaccine That doesn't need that. When it's in, she can start vaccinating elders and the rest of the tribe should feel fortunate that we have The opportunity to, you know, get vaccine and lap way, Idaho. I mean, we have a town of 1000 people in in rural Idaho in the middle of the next person reservation Tribe said the option of getting the vaccine shipments from their state or the Indian health service. More than half of the 574 federally recognized tribes are doing with the nest purse are opting for the eye HS. Says Commander Andrea Klima. We're treating this as any other challenge that we're faced with a member of the chick saw nation in Oklahoma climate was leading the I adjust task force in charge of distributing the vaccines were tackling it head on and working through. Things such as residents here, any sort of perceived trust issue. There will be a lot of scrutiny on the I. A. Jess says. The vaccines get distributed. Congress has long under funded Indian health care, and consequently, native people aren't always confident in the I a chess to deliver. Rodney Bordeaux is the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota. We're gonna hold your feet to the fire because it's start trust responsibility. It's the federal government. The treaty obligations, so we're gonna hold your feet to the fire. If the IA just fails to distribute the vaccine is planned, Bordeaux says hopefully, Congress will provide another round of stimulus is a backup. Already cares. Act funds helped pay for mobile units that his tribal used to deliver the vaccine to communities across its 2000 Square Mile reservation. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Whole, McCartney is still writing songs all these years after he and the rest of the Fab Four, the Beatles burst onto the scene. He has a new solo out McCartney three, which is why I sat down with him the other day. Well, the a zoom More on that next week when the album drops. It did occur to me that we were speaking just a couple of days after the 40th anniversary of John Lennon's murder. Lennon was shot by a fan on December 8th 1980. I was curious how McCartney is marking 40 years since his collaborator, sparring partner and friend died..

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 4 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Black Americans are far more likely than anyone else to know. Someone who's been killed or hospitalized by coded were also most likely to say We are not ready to trust the vaccines. Chi rate in this week on the United States of anxiety. I'll talk with black doctors who absolutely understand that reluctance but who also want us to overcome it. Join me and call in for the United States of Anxiety live Sunday at six or 93.9 of them. In a 20 w NYC leadership Funding for W. N. Y. C is provided by the drone Al Green Foundation, a proud supporter of New York City's major cultural institutions. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. The federal government's first batch of Corona virus vaccines will include a shipment to Indian country. Native Americans are four times as likely to be hospitalized from covert 19. But as NPR's Kirk Siegler reports reaching everyone who needs the vaccine will be a major challenge. These last few days have been chaotic at the name IPU Health Clinic on the Net Spurs reservation in Idaho. Director are Kim Hartwig is trying to manage testing and treating patients for covert and other diseases while also racing to get a plan in place to distribute a vaccine. It's not something that we have and have a timeline. It's like, okay, I got a call and was told, Okay, you're going to get vaccine in two weeks get a plan together. Only a handful of her front line workers are expected to get the initial Fizer vaccine. Because the tribe doesn't have the special refrigeration and storage it requires. But Hartwig is okay with waiting a few more weeks for the expected second vaccine That doesn't need that. When it's in, she can start vaccinating elders and the rest of the tribe. We should feel fortunate that we have the opportunity to, you know, get vaccine and lap way, Idaho I mean, we have a town of 1000 people in in rural Idaho in the middle of the next person reservation Tribe said the option of getting the vaccine shipments from their state or the Indian health service. More than half of the 574 federally recognized tribes are doing with the nest purse are opting for the eye, Jess says Commander Andrea Klima. We're treating this as any other challenge that we're faced with a member of the Chicks saw nation in Oklahoma climate was leading the I just Task force in charge of distributing the vaccines were tackling it head on and working through things such as residents here, any sort of perceived trust issue. There will be a lot of scrutiny on the I. A. Jess says The vaccines get distributed. Congress has long under funded Indian health care, and consequently, native people aren't always confident in the I A chess to deliver. Rodney Bordeaux is the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota over gonna hold your feet to the fire because it starts just responsibility. It's the federal government. The treaty obligations, so we're gonna hold their feet to the fire. If the IA just fails to distribute the vaccine is planned, Bordeaux says hopefully, Congress will provide another round of stimulus is a backup. Already cares. Act funds helped pay for mobile units that his tribal used to deliver the vaccine to communities across its 2000 Square Mile reservation. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Whole, McCartney is still writing songs all these years after he and the rest of the Fab Four, the Beatles burst onto the scene. He has a new solo album, McCartney three, which is why I sat down with him the other day. Well via Zoom. More on that next week when the album drops. It did occur to me that we were speaking just a couple of days after the 40th anniversary of John Lennon's murder. Lennon was shot by a fan on December 8th 1980. I was curious how McCartney is marking 40 years since his collaborator, sparring partner and friend died..

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Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

02:33 min | 4 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"I failed at iago. What can i say anyway. So this article was written by sarah. Rees grossman for huffington post. Which i think we're bought out recently. Were they not. That's a new study. The research that yup sarah writes the krona virus is devastating native american communities as infections on the riott are on the rise. Nationwide why because of their responsibility. Of course. I added that the top two worst states by Confirmed covid nineteen cases and deaths per capita. And that's what. I was trying to search where earlier about navajo nation with per capita This week our north dakota and south dakota again Just to give your date. The this was written on november nineteenth. All right so we're not talking months ago She writes since the start of the pandemic native americans like black and latino residents have been disproportionately hit by the virus. Native people are two point five. Excuse me two point eight times more likely to be infected than whites. Five point three times more likely to be hospitalized and one point four times more likely to die. According to an august report from the federal centers for disease control and prevention as could nineteen cases have shot up in recent weeks. The indian health service federal agency reported twenty five percent positivity rate among native americans in the great plains. Which includes the dakotas pausing for a second one one of the areas that people were actually concerned about was the big ass. Motorcycle rally in sturgis. Which i think is in south dakota brother anyway. Somebody can correct me at sure enough two weeks three weeks. After that event we started seeing an increasing spikes out in the dakotas. You going on in the article here says quote. They're afraid are people are afraid said rodney bordeaux president of the rosebud sioux tribe. The second largest tribe in south dakota with more than thirty three thousand enrolled members as a wednesday the tribe at confirmed more than two hundred active cases and over a dozen members. Dead quote. it's scary. He added noting that they are losing elders in among those still recovering They've seen breathing. Problems body.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Superintendent Jessica Hutchinson of the court or a Ojibwe school and Hayward. So she's heard from parents fearful of sending their Children to school with the Corona virus, still a threat. However, other parents are feeling pressure to return to work. And she says the nearby reservation has been ravaged by the opioid epidemic, leaving educators to factor in the home learning environment. For some students. None of the turmoil in trauma that native students face on a daily basis have gone away. That's why her staff is preparing to welcome back students who faced challenges learning from home in the safest environment possible four days a week. Hutchinson says parents could also opt for all distance learning and will be prepared to shut their building down. Should they see any outbreaks the distance learning factor reviewed as a major hurdle for Native American and indigenous communities across the country. Sue Parton, who heads the Union for staff at Bureau of Indian Education schools, so that must be addressed to that family's vulnerable to the virus can help their kids succeed. Martin says the bureau needs to step up in that regard. Ah, lot of the reservations are located in Earl areas, There's hardly any broadband available to them. The electronic devices I think the be III should be providing every single student and electronic device the B I'II overseas more than 180 tribal schools and officially operates 53 of them, None in Wisconsin. The agency turned some heads recently when it announced plans for in person learning at schools under its control. That prompted concerns from Parton's union about the health impact for students and staff. But the plan does allow flexibility where there are outbreaks or for at risk individuals. Mike Mohan public news Service. In South Dakota Rose bed Sue members have been ordered to quarantine for 14 days for possible covert 19 exposure if they attend the Sturges motorcycle rally. Antonia Gonzales of National Native News reports. Tribal chairman Rodney Bordeaux suggests they not attend this year's rally in the Black Hills. This virus is still very active, and it's spreading on our homelands. We must protect our Children. Our elders and those most vulnerable to this virus. Sturgis rally happens every year. So asked that you not attend this year. It is way too dangerous for people. Bordeaux's of the mandatory quarantine is for the health and safety of individuals who attend the rally and anyone they may come in contact with. He asked tribal members to follow federal safety guidelines and avoid large crowds. Ogallala Sioux Tribe in Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe are also advising their citizens to stay away from large events and cities considered hot spots for Koba 19. The motorcycle rally, which attracts thousands of people to the state each year runs through August 16th. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. The Trump Administration has announced it's reached a deal with the pharmaceutical giant Moderna to manufacture and deliver 100 billion doses of the company's covert 19 back scene. Once it's approved modern is one of several companies manufacturing a vaccine candidate. Clinical trials They're currently underway. Testing whether it's safe and effective under the contract worth up to 1.5 $1,000,000,000 for 100 million doses. The doses would be owned by the U. S government would be distributed and used as part of its covert 19 vaccine campaign. If the doses are used, they would be provided to Americans that no cost The government can also acquire up to an additional 400 million dozes modernise clinical trial numbers show There's no way that Trump can have a vaccine by election Day. The contract is part of the US government's operation warp speed, They pushed to get vaccines and therapeutics to market. As soon as safely possible. Health and human Services, says the goal is to get effective vaccines to the American people by the end of the year. With nearly 2.4 million Corona virus cases and 47,000 death. India is the world's third most affected country behind the United States in Brazil. It reported a record daily increase of 66,999 cases today and added 942 fatalities. Overtaking Britain tohave the world's fourth highest death toll after the United States, Brazil and Mexico. With infection rates rapidly rising. There are fears among health experts and the public that the worst is yet to come for the country of 1.3 billion people. Keyshawn Guard reports from New Delhi. The Indian government says that only 10 out of 29 states in India have 80% of the country's caseload, which is why it's focusing on early detection and effective isolation in these areas. Critics say the government needs to climb down on domestic travel, though, as it's responsible for shifting the country's Corona virus. Hot spots from the cities through the villages..

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news. Tonia Gonzales native women in politics were among those to celebrate presidential candidate Joe Biden's announcement Tuesday naming California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate congresswoman, Deb Hall, and posted a Selfie with Harris on social media adding her support to the Democratic Ticket Peggy Flanagan Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota tweeted her congratulations flanagan saying she knows a little something about being second in command and North Dakota State Lawmaker Ruth Buffalo posted photos, of Harris, in attendance at an event with. Native Women Buffalo. Saying on twitter. She's excited women supporting women running for office want to see candidates that represent their communities favor women's issues says Janey perish campaign director for the Northeast Arizona Native Democrats. She also worked for the Political Action Committee Emily's list which seeks to get pro choice democratic women elected to office when we have when they're supporting Renan depending on what parking or lying that's personal choice. But I'm democratic and pro choice in the product and I both support candidates. In in that thing value frame, but they also thinks that it's it's really important back in our nuclear families in our homes and how we already are against a what already against a lot of challenges, and we don't need to create more of that strikes me to support one another now more than ever as far as Harris's knowledge of Indian countries she touched on native. Issues during her run for president last year Harris appeared by video before a native vote for him in. August. Two, thousand, nineteen saying she supported the sovereignty of tribes she has been criticized for her record as a prosecutor as being tough on crime. Her bid for president was endorsed by at least one California tribal chairman mark. MACARA WHO said she engaged California tribes in many roles. Rosebud Sioux tribal members in South Dakota I must quarantine for fourteen days. They attend the Sturgis motorcycle rally taking place in the State Tribal Chairman Rodney Bordeaux suggests they not attend this year's rally in the Black Hills. This virus is still very active and it's spreading on our homelands we must protect our children Our elders, and those most vulnerable to this virus sturgis rally happens every year. So ask that you not attend this year. It is way too dangerous for people or Dowse says the mandatory quarantine is for the health and safety of individuals who attend the rally and anyone they may come in contact with he asked tribal members to follow federal safety guidelines and avoid large crowds the Oglala Sioux tribe in Cheyenne. River. Sioux tribe are also advising their citizens to stay away from large events and cities considered hotspots for cove nineteen, the motorcycle rally, which attracts thousands of people to this day. Each year runs through August. Sixteenth. Educators across the country are raising concerns about reopening schools during the pandemic as students returned to classrooms or begin lessons. Online distance learning is a challenge for many native students sue pardon union president for employees at the Bureau of Indian education says the III needs to step up efforts to assist native students and their families. A lot of the reservations are located in earl areas. There's hardly any broadband available to them. The electronic devices I think be I should be providing every single student and electron device the E. overseas more than one hundred and schools and was recently criticized for its plans for in person learning that prompted concerns from the Union about the health and safety of students and staff the BI reopening guidelines follow federal, Cova nineteen safety plans. I'm Antonio Gonzalez..

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

"That's a scene from the indigenous Zombie Film Blood Quantum Backlash POW music. Zombie growls doesn't give you a hint about what to expect from the film. We're GONNA fill you in this hour. It's about a Zombie outbreak. On a Canadian reserve it's now available on shudder. The horror films streaming service join us after national native news as we connect with actors and creators of Quantum. This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales. President Trump signed a proclamation acknowledging missing and murdered Indigenous People Tuesday during a visit to Arizona which included a round discussion with Navajo Nation Vice President Myron laser and his wife Dottie laser and Hilo River Indian community governor Stephen Role Lewis dotty. Liser is an advocate working on missing murdered indigenous women issues. The President M I W is a growing issue on the Navajo nation. Here's part of her comments from livestream of the meeting on C. Span with the Ashland Mike case that came up in two thousand sixteen where she was kidnapped and raped and murdered in New Mexico. May Second Two thousand sixteen. So that's kind of open the door for Navajo to start saying okay. We need to do something. Because I became the forefront and so since then the amber alert on that one nation has gotten better but still needs help with funding. Still needs help with getting the data together. The roundtable lasted about thirty minutes and included discussions about cove nineteen which has hit the Navajo nation. Hard this week. The number of positive Navajo cases exceeded two thousand five hundred tribes across the country have been waiting for federal cove. Nineteen Relief Eight. Eight billion dollars is set aside for tribes in the Cares Act. President trump commented about the funding including the amount to the Navajo nation as he joked with vice. President Liser is the single largest investment in Indian country in our history. So the amount of money that's being sent to Indian country as we call it is the largest amount in the history of the US. And you deserve. And you've been through a lot in the Navajo. Nation will soon receive over six hundred million dollars. That's a lot. Can renegotiate community door. Go up before the Hilo River Indian community is set to receive forty million dollars. Disbursement has been delayed. The Treasury Department announced Tuesday a plan to begin payments to tribes which includes holding back amounts for Alaska native corporations due to pending litigation more than a dozen tribes sued over the inclusion of Alaskan native corporations in the funding he l- River Indian community governor Steven Lewis commented about the funding at the end of the meeting urging for the immediate release of the money and also saying the eight billion dollars is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of tribes. Nothing Empire. I'm trying getting some of the money out today. I WanNa thank you. Also because we need help now Indian tribes and can't wait for that litigation to end before from the and also governor Lewis also asked for a cap to be put on the amount anyone tribe receives and to allow tribes to have flexible guidance to keep their governments running. The Treasury. Department's plan is to begin allocating sixty percent of the eight billion this week. Two tribes the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota declared an immediate lockdown of community Tuesday due to Cova Nineteen President Rodney Bordeaux and a social media message declared the lockdown of the Spring Creek community due to a high exposure of covert nineteen law enforcement will be monitoring roads and no one will be allowed inner out of Spring Creek. The message states lockdown is to protect the rest of the communities from the spread of cove nineteen the tribal assist people in need of food and supplies. No other information was shared. A number of tribes in South Dakota have taken emergency measures to address cove in nineteen including the Oglala Sioux tribe which issued a reservation white lockdown down and the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe monitoring borders among several of. Its emergency measures. I'm Antonio Gonzalez..

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President Trump hosts Native American roundtable in Arizona

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 1 year ago

President Trump hosts Native American roundtable in Arizona

"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzales. President Trump signed a proclamation acknowledging missing and murdered Indigenous People Tuesday during a visit to Arizona which included a round discussion with Navajo Nation Vice President Myron laser and his wife Dottie laser and Hilo River Indian community governor Stephen Role Lewis dotty. Liser is an advocate working on missing murdered indigenous women issues. The President M I W is a growing issue on the Navajo nation. Here's part of her comments from livestream of the meeting on C. Span with the Ashland Mike case that came up in two thousand sixteen where she was kidnapped and raped and murdered in New Mexico. May Second Two thousand sixteen. So that's kind of open the door for Navajo to start saying okay. We need to do something. Because I became the forefront and so since then the amber alert on that one nation has gotten better but still needs help with funding. Still needs help with getting the data together. The roundtable lasted about thirty minutes and included discussions about cove nineteen which has hit the Navajo nation. Hard this week. The number of positive Navajo cases exceeded two thousand five hundred tribes across the country have been waiting for federal cove. Nineteen Relief Eight. Eight billion dollars is set aside for tribes in the Cares Act. President trump commented about the funding including the amount to the Navajo nation as he joked with vice. President Liser is the single largest investment in Indian country in our history. So the amount of money that's being sent to Indian country as we call it is the largest amount in the history of the US. And you deserve. And you've been through a lot in the Navajo. Nation will soon receive over six hundred million dollars. That's a lot. Can renegotiate community door. Go up before the Hilo River Indian community is set to receive forty million dollars. Disbursement has been delayed. The Treasury Department announced Tuesday a plan to begin payments to tribes which includes holding back amounts for Alaska native corporations due to pending litigation more than a dozen tribes sued over the inclusion of Alaskan native corporations in the funding he l- River Indian community governor Steven Lewis commented about the funding at the end of the meeting urging for the immediate release of the money and also saying the eight billion dollars is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of tribes. Nothing Empire. I'm trying getting some of the money out today. I WanNa thank you. Also because we need help now Indian tribes and can't wait for that litigation to end before from the and also governor Lewis also asked for a cap to be put on the amount anyone tribe receives and to allow tribes to have flexible guidance to keep their governments running. The Treasury. Department's plan is to begin allocating sixty percent of the eight billion this week. Two tribes the president of the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota declared an immediate lockdown of community Tuesday due to Cova Nineteen President Rodney Bordeaux and a social media message declared the lockdown of the Spring Creek community due to a high exposure of covert nineteen law enforcement will be monitoring roads and no one will be allowed inner out of Spring Creek. The message states lockdown is to protect the rest of the communities from the spread of cove nineteen the tribal assist people in need of food and supplies. No other information was shared. A number of tribes in South Dakota have taken emergency measures to address cove in nineteen including the Oglala Sioux tribe which issued a reservation white lockdown down and the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe monitoring borders among several of. Its emergency measures.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez representatives from several tribal governments in the northern plains hoped the Great Sioux Nation Address unifies. Oh shetty shot choline. Once again. The historic meeting took place in Fort. Pierre South Dakota as Leigh stroup Injure reports before tribes tribes in the northern plains were split up into reservations Rosebud Sioux Tribal Chairman Rodney Bordeaux says the tribes would counsel together in the past. It was a strong on coalition of Lakota Dakota and Kota tribes he says but this will deal chetty shock. The reunification of that will just make a stronger in terms terms of getting what we need to get done. Serving Our peoples and making making us. The LAKOTA DAKOTA NOCCO strong nation again. And it's possible so we laid the groundwork for it again. I know a lot of my ancestors that have gone before me. I always wanted to do this so I'm just playing a small apartment and making this happen it's going to happen. Representatives from tribal governments within the states of south and North Dakota and Montana all attended a lot of the issues brought up by different representatives were similar from infrastructure to human trafficking the infiltration of math and the shortfalls of healthcare treaty rights were also a central topic. Lower Brule Sioux tribal chairman. Boyd Cornell was first elected to that tribal council in nineteen eighty seven. Seven he says he's never seen unity as it exists now. But you know I. I just don't like it when they put us in situations where we're at a constant on struggle just a survival own reservations where we don't have time to do overdo now unified. That's what we need and that's what we need to What we need me to do? Moving forward South Dakota state. Lawmakers say they'd like to meet with tribal representatives again to discuss how the state and tribes can work together unleashed drooping And Fort Pierre. Multiple agencies are continuing to search for missing native American teen from South Central Montana even through frigid good weather. Olivia rheingold has more a multi agency. Search team looked for SELENA. Shelly Faye not afraid around the interstate. Ninety eastbound rest stop between harden and billings Wednesday big Horn County undersheriff. Mike Fuss and about twenty five other law enforcement officers searched for lead starting at eight. Am when the high was one and degree. Fahrenheit as you get out there walking. Yeah I thought you know I you warm up pretty quick so And I think the journal on of of Hoping Open you're GonNa find her and she's going to pop up and say hi tea or something you know. Sixteen year old. Not Afraid was last seen at the fly creek rest area on I ninety on New Year's afternoon and a search began that evening. That was fifteen days ago now. Multiple agencies on the federal state and local levels are involved including the big Horn County Anti Sheriff's office and the Bureau of Indian affairs. The bureau of land management joined the search this week a Montana. Sheriff recently called not afraid. Disappearance suspicious is looking in nature. Big Horn County undersheriff. Fuss says volunteers from the communities started their search New Year's Day and went home either Monday or Tuesday. As temperature's pitcher lowered towards zero and below fuss says he worked at twenty eight hour day after not afraid was reported missing. He says his office is investigating five or four four other cases including the disappearance of hub Williamson a native American man. Who went missing last April has been? She's been our priority. I mean we need to find her. I says he's hopeful. His agency and others will find not afraid on Wednesday. US Senator Jon Tester sent a letter urging the FBI and Blah to step up their investigation investigation and asked for an update for not afraid family and local communities. I'm elevator reingold in billings Montana and demand Tony. Gonzalez Hollis.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. The president of the United States has the ongoing treaty obligation to protect tribes and their land from damage and encroachment that was the argument made in federal court Thursday by the Rosebud Sioux tribe in the four belknap Indian community the tribe sued sued president trump and other federal agencies forgiving. TC energy formerly Transcanada a permit for the keystone pipeline to cross the US Canada border into to Montana Victoria wicks reports less furlong of the native American Rights Fund is one of several attorneys who were present at the hearing in front of Montana Federal Judge Brian Ryan Morris also present were Rodney Bordeaux President of the Rosebud Sioux tribe Andy Work Junior president of the Fort Belknap Indian community along with those tribes council members and representatives from Pine Ridge Fort Pack and other tribal nations furlong commented by phone after the hearing he says this case is complex ex- digging into the history of treaties and what their intent was and still is arguments today to a degree that those tribes have stated claim that is at least plausible president obligation to uphold enforced treaties and that can't be brought to court in overtime if you don't do that in briefs filed with the court attorneys from the Department of Justice and TC energy hold that the president is immune from this lawsuit furlong says the tribes CBS disagree certainly not our position on behalf of the president's these treaties negotiated and out of the United States has to uphold them and so he certainly can be eh treaties furlong says Judge Brian Morris will issue a ruling whether the tribes claims are plausible if the tribes prevail the next step is to to determine if the claims have merit. TC Energy in the Department of Justice have declined to comment on this case for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid. The city South Dakota the Standing Rock Sioux tribes petition to intervene on a proposed expansion of the Dakota access pipeline was granted by a judge the associated the press reports energy transfer wants to expand the line carrying oil in the DAKOTAS and Illinois. The tribe is concerned about threats to land and water from possible spills. Bill's standing rock is among a group of tribes continuing to fight the pipeline in court a hearing on the proposed Dakota access pipeline expansion is scheduled for in November Republican Congressman Greg Gianforte is urging his peers to ground the little shell tribe in Montana federal recognition. Olivia rheingold has more gianforte Montana's lone. US House representative is trying to make sure that an amendment to federally recognized the Little Shell tribe makes it into the final Donald version of the National Defense Act on Thursday gianforte submitted a letter to the House Armed Services Committee asking leadership to keep little shell recognition in the legislation relation as the House and Senate reconcile the differences between their bills gianforte wrote quote the little shell people have waited long enough. It is time to give give them the overdue recognition they deserve and quote Congress has granted federal recognition to twenty three other tribes since one thousand nine hundred sixty according to Gianforte last fall he introduced a little shell recognition bill it passed the house in March before failing in the Senate now instead of a standalone bill. He's hoping the must pass defense defense bill can carry it across the finish line. It's considered so vital to government operations that it has to be enacted Congress has passed it for over five decades is now for national native news. I'm Olivia Reingold and demand Tony Al Gonzales Yeah National Native News is produced by Broadcast Corporation with funding by the corporation for Public Broadcasting for native Americans affected by domestic violence. The strong hearts native helpline offers peer to peer support and resources it safe confidential end toll free at eight four four seven native program support by the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center. The National Indian Education Association is Celebrating Fifty Years of building education nations October eight through the Twelfth at the Minneapolis Convention Center Online Registration Ends September thirteenth at an EA dot org proud to support the show native voice one the native American radio network. This is native America Calling Monica Brain sitting in for Tara Gatewood for for adult tribal language learners the inspiration to start could go down many paths you might feel left out from conversations that elders are having or maybe you want to connect spiritually on a deeper level with your traditional cultural practices despite the initial motivation. It's what happens next that makes the difference for some people practicing alone with the downloaded APP works others feel more comfortable with fellow language learners at a tribal college class us. Everybody's learning process is different but there's a number of proven methods to help you get there. How do you deal with the obstacles when you get stuck? How do you seek out others to practice? How do you overcome the feeling like your language? Ability is inadequate in front of other fluent speakers us. That's our conversation today how to get started how to keep going and how to pass on your language to future generations and I'd like like to invite you to pass on your ideas as well phone lines are open. The number is one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. That's one eight hundred nine nine native on the line. We have Serena graves. She is a full-time student at Bemidji State University and she is away from the Red Lake Nation and welcome Serena and please feel free to further introduce yourself Yep becoming local Indian Indigo Michael Jordan Misspoke Falko. Maybe it's okay. You're GonNa Dhabi among India and make wages and I thank you all for listening to me today. It's great to have you on answering it so tell us about how you got started. Learning your language. I got started by a really awful full time in my life where my nephew had passed away of cancer and my nephew had a traditional funeral and it was at that moment one of the darkest times in my life that I was listening to a fluent speaker giving my nephew instructions on how to get to the next place and realize I didn't know thing word and I just kind of went from there was inspired and enrolled myself into college to further educate myself because currently. OJ language has the curriculum to provide in college courses for that so so you decided you know out of this tragedy to to learn in your language. What was it like walking into that first class at college yeah so it was the feeling of nervousness embarrassment I think would probably be the best English word to describe it? I was so embarrassed I I was born and raised on the Red Lake and being reservation and went to school there key through twelve graduated from my tribal highschool and Red Lake is actually one of two sovereign Indian reservations reservations in the United States so my my reservation is not allotted so therefore the only students at my school are Gyp way so he can fathom one hundred percents Algebra student body and I came out of school. They're you know knowing nothing. I felt like among my peers at school that I should have known a little bit more based on where I came from and and I didn't know anything it was. I felt embarrassed to even introduce myself for to say where I was from because I felt like it was shameful but I had a lot of good mentors and a lot of great professors and peers along the way to help me kind of rake that first embarrassment barrier. Did you have ojibway way in your home. When you were growing up Nope my father was actually into speak the language when he was I believe is in first grade and prior to that my great grandfather went to boarding school and then my grandfather went to Carlisle boarding school due to America's acculturation and assimilation my family loss not I wouldn't ever say lost they you know struggle all to keep up the language so education has a full responsibility as to why and my family we don't have any first language speakers left and full circle though now I'm in school learning not to teach to my children? So where do you think that you you know I I really applaud. Did you for sharing your feelings about that first day in class and feeling embarrassed and telling yourself I should be at a different place but I'm just curious like why you thought way had those feelings what you think about why.

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"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"rodney bordeaux" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Picket lines over eight hundred schools despite the steady rainfall, it was the first Elliott USD teacher strike in thirty years and the largest organized labor work stoppage in the city since they grocery strike by United food and commercial workers in twenty four by some forty five thousand workers, Alex Caputo Pearl United teachers, Los Angeles, president said the district needed to fund schools and put the entire community. I so here we are on a rainy day in the richest country in the world in the richest state in the country. In a state at blue is it can be. In a city rife with millionaires where teachers have to go on strike to get the basics for our student L USD superintendent Austin estimated that about thirty five hundred people were taking part in pickett's at the schools. Here's UT officials to return to the bargaining table. We've remain committed to resolve the contract negotiations as soon as possible, but we are in discussions with the governor the mayor with the state superintendent of public education because it is our desire to have all of our educators. Well-supported back in schools serving the needs of our students. Buehner said the district was in discussions with governor Gavin Newsom 's office as well as Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti to ask them to help broker and into the strike Newsom told reporters in Sacramento this afternoon that he has stop negotiations with admitting though that UTA had not requested his assistance. Money education budget, a significant increase in special education funding, early education funding, these are all things that are being negotiated at the unified school district in LA, including pension issues three billion dollars relief on the stair sites. I I think our budget did a lot to help create the room for an agreement said all twelve hundred and forty elementary middle and high schools were open staffed by substitute. Teachers credentialed school staffers bus service was operating normally and meals were being served to students as usual. But many educators on the picket line said their gripes with the district were real not imagined came to Elena fight in the late ninety s when there was class size reduction and classes were pointed twenty and now, my classes are double. It's hard to breathe hard to bring in a class that size. Let alone teach in district negotiators met behind closed doors for about four hours Friday afternoon, but made no progress in contract talks, the district's latest offer on Friday included, the hiring of roughly twelve hundred teachers for the coming school year up from the previous offer that would have added one thousand teachers KPFK news, we'll bring you all the developments from the picket lines as well as from L A USD headquarters in Los Angeles, summer Nesta, Pacifica radio KPFK. President Trump today rejected the suggestion that he temporarily reopened the federal government while negotiations continue on funding for his proposed border wall. Trump said he had dismissed the proposal from Republican Senator Lindsey Graham to reopen for several weeks while negotiations go on with congressional Democrats. Trump also back further away from the idea of declaring a national emergency to go over the heads of lawmakers and reopened the government despite saying last week, he would almost definitely do. So today he said he wasn't looking to call a national emergency shutdown is in day twenty four the longest in US history. Travelers endured weights of more than an hour at airports today. It's the first business day after security screeners missed paychecks for the first time due to a partial government shutdown. Sick calls among screeners across the nation. Sword son. Sunday. And again today on the Transportation Security Administration reported a national absence rate of seven point six percent. That's compared with just three point two percent on the comparable Monday of a year ago. The agency says it's working with airports and airlines nationwide to consolidate operations and get the most out of its resources. Some airlines reportedly advising passengers to get to the airport at least two hours before a domestic flights and the three hours before international trips as federal employees go into their second pay period without a pay. Check desperation to make ends meet could pose serious risks for workers in the federal prison system gums reports with no end in sight for the shutdown workers are worried, including those who commute from out of state for jobs at the federal Correctional Institution in Tallahassee way. Coleman president of the American federation of government employees union local. He's also a corrections officer at the prison and says some people serving time will use anything to their advantage including overly stressed employee's. They'll just you know, definitely try to see what they can get away with what they can get over on see if they can compromise a staff member because they know you aren't getting paid. And when that happens, you know that you have a problem. Hundreds of thousands of workers are stranded without pay as President Donald Trump demands funding for his long promised border wall. The Florida airfare nizing a series of rallies and events around the state urging the president and congress to reopen. The government Coleman says, although they aren't getting paid. He and many others are still required to be at work or risk disciplinary actions. He's especially concerned about colleagues who drive to Tallahassee from Alabama who might not be able to pay for gas. Cohen warns if the shutdown continues pretty soon workers will stop showing up and. And look for jobs. Elsewhere. We can make it, you know, two to three months at at max, if that before they're probably gonna donuts how you know. That's that's on the bright side, the Florida AFL CIO estimates. There are between ten thousand and thirty thousand federal workers statewide who have not been paid including TSA agents at airports for public news service. I'm trauma go the chair of the Rosebud Sioux tribe. In South Dakota says he will soon be heading to Washington DC with other native leaders to talk to lawmakers about ending the government shutdown native American reservations have been among the most affected by the cutoff of federal funding. Antonio Gonzalez reports chairman Rodney Bordeaux says seventy four percent of their budget revenue is federal money. Bordeaux says the tribe has reserves that will fund operations for about another month right now, we're developing some contingency plans, which of our travel employees, which ones are. Are necessary. And which ones are not. So we we're gonna have to come to a point. If it goes on too much further into.

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"Strike if necessary to make sure that students are you know, truly are dissenter of the community here in Oakland. Teachers at Oakland unified school district can't legally go on strike like their colleagues in L A until the ongoing process of fact. Finding has been completed Brown expects that Oakland teachers will be strike legal by early to mid February until then he says teachers will continue to fight and support each other with actions like the walk in this morning and the rally planned for tomorrow the East Bay rallied to fund public education now is tomorrow at noon at Frank Ogawa plaza in Oakland with KPFA I'm allow burn the official Twitter account of the East Bay express confirms the entire editorial staff of the paper has been laid off the paper published a short article earlier this week on a lawsuit. They had lost over an employee's overtime claims in which the publication was ordered to pay attorney's fees in addition to back wages. Those laid off include magazine editor John L bit Kerr, associate editor as saying russula and staff writer, Darwin bond Graham, the Twitter feed adds that the paper has not shut down. Corden me, and mar has rejected the appeal of to Reuters news service journalists convicted of violating the country's official secrets act during their reporting on the country's massacre of Rohingya Muslims. The judge upheld their seven year prison terms there editor Steven Adler denounced his decision. Today's ruling is yet another injustice among many inflicted upon while loan and Chaucer who they remain behind bars for one reason those in power so to silence the truth. The conviction of wild. Learn and toss sue has drawn condemnation from human rights groups, western governments and global press association's during their trial one police officer despite being called as a prosecution witness testified that his superiors had ordered the men to be entrapped with documents planted on them. The officer was dropped from the force after his testimony and himself jailed for a year for breaking police regulations. More than seven hundred thousand ruin give fled to neighboring Bangladesh. Following a crackdown that began in August of two thousand seventeen critics have described the campaign as ethnic cleansing or even genocide with mass killings, rapes and villages burned to the ground while loan and trust sue had worked on one of the most detailed accounts of the official abuses. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will grant asylum to a Saudi woman fleeing alleged family abuse Trudeau said today, Canada, accepted the United Nations. Request earlier today. Thailand's immigration police chief said eighteen year old half. Mohammed Al Kuhnen had left on a flight headed for Canada. Kuhn was stopped last Saturday at Bangkok airport by immigration police who denied her entry and seized her passport. She barricaded herself in an airport hotel room and launched a social media campaign that drew global attention to her case the chair of the Rosebud Sioux tribe is calling on the state of South Dakota to share data on the incidents of violence against native women to prosecute those committing such acts loose Stroup bringer reports from the capital peer according to native women's wilderness. The number of known missing and murdered native American women incidents and twenty sixteen was five thousand seven hundred and twelve eighty four percent of native women experience violence in their lifetime. Rosebud chairman Rodney Bordeaux, his urging south Dakota's newly elected governor, Christie Nome and the state legislature to work with tribes to address the problem Bordeaux says he wants to draw the legislatures attention. To the issue. Just so that they know that this is happening. And.

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