When indigenous people ceded land to the federal government in the 1800s, parts of their treaty ensured them the continued right to hunt and fish in places where they had […]
Ojibwe Fishing Rights and Wisconsin’s Spearfishing Controversy
Spearfishing season for tribes in Wisconsin begins each April—and with it comes a long history of controversy and racism. For today’s show, WORT assistant news director Nate Wegehaupt is joined […]
“Carnival Lights”: stories of indigenous peoples in americ...
Author and activist (The Garden of Truth Report and member of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force) Chris Stark, talks about her recent book “Carnival Lights” a historical […]