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Aug 16, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 137
WHAT’S IN YOUR WALLET? UMMMMM, LINT

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Promotion:

Tomaquag Museum, is Rhode Island’s Only Indigenous Museum Dedicated to Sharing Our Culture, Arts and History from A First Person Perspective. For 60 years, Tomaquag museum has been A wonderful educational resource Featuring an Extensive Collection and Archive That Focuses on Tribal Communities of Southern New England.

This year, Tomaquag is celebrating its 60th anniversary! And To help them honor this INCREDIBLE milestone, we are asking our listeners of the Native Opinion radio show and podcast to please consider donating to this amazing museum!

Please visit the Tomaquag Museum website for more information about how your support helps empower so many!

And…if you happen to be in the New England area, you can join us for a night of celebration! With music by the Groovalottos, the rich sound of Native Hawaiian artist Guy Imoto. With performances by the Harris Family Cultural Performers, and Inter-Tribal Dancers! It will be a night of great entertainment!

There will also be an Indigenous Art Market featuring local artists displaying their creations. Come meet these incredibly talented designers and learn about their work.

It all happens on September 6th, 2018 at the Trinity Rep in Providence Rhode Island.

General admission and VIP Tickets on sale now. Please visit www.tomaquagmuseum.org/tickets for more info!

ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

Tribal workforce development: Success starts with governance

A Farm Bill? More like a food bill and the House & Senate offer different diets

St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin implementing Hemp & CBD Control program

Why strategic vision and integration matter to developing a tribal workforce

More than 700,000 foreigners overstayed visas last year


MUSIC PRESENTED IN THIS EPISODE:

Artist: Annie Humphrey
Track: St. John & Mikwum

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About

**Music video by Keri Pickett featuring Annie Humphrey. Singer-songwriter Annie Humphrey wrote St. John & Mikwum to honor Native American author, poet, actor, musician, and political activist John Trudell and her brother Mikwum Humphrey.

Annie is an enrolled member of the Leech Lake Tribe of Ojibwe and she is a Marine. When she asks herself who she would want standing next to her in a battle she turns to St. John and Mikwum and this is her honoring song with Mark Shark on guitar.

Directed, produced, filmed and edited by Keri Pickett.**

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!