“To be born Indigenous means to be born into a struggle against big extraction and the same colonial forces that colonized Europe before they got to our shores,” says Chase […]
COVID-19 cases amongst Wisconsin’s native peoples have tripled since September first, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. That rate of increase far outpaces positivity rates amongst any other racial groups […]
Over Ada Deer’s life, she has been a social worker, activist, professor, lobbyist, and author. She joins host Chali Pittman in studio to talk about her life, work, and American […]
The annual State of the Tribes address begins at 1pm on Tuesday, Feb 13th. This year, the keynote speaker will be Gary Besaw, the Former Chairman of the Menominee nation. […]
Author Thomas Pecore Weso talks about his book Good Seeds: A Menominee Indian Food Memoir. His book celebrates Wisconsin’s northern woods as a source of culinary abundance and inspiration as […]
MADISON (WORT) — Hundreds of people from the Menominee Nation filled the Wisconsin State Capitol Wednesday to urge Governor Scott Walker to change his mind on the tribe’s Kenosha casino project.