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Ask Elouise: Update on appeals filed in Cobell settlement

Dear Indian Country: Following the passing of our leader and friend, Elouise Cobell, Class Counsel is responding to your continuing questions and concerns regarding the settlement of the Cobell lawsuit. What is the current status of the settlement? Unfortunately, notwithstanding the hopes and wishes of 500,000 individual Indians and despite …

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Missoula Indian Center: Draft Board agenda for Dec. 15, 2011

Missoula Indian Center, Board Meeting (Draft) Agenda Thursday, December 15, 2011, 6:30 to 8:00 pm Missoula Indian Center, 830 West Central Avenue 1. Opening prayer 2. Meeting called to order 3. Review Agenda 4. Approval of minutes a. November 3 5. Community Time-Anthony 6. Action Items: a. Draft Executive Director …

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Contributors speak up on Buffalo’s Fire fundraiser, ending midnight Dec. 7

Dear Buffalo’s Fire Readers: We are down to the final wire with the ‘Buffalo’s Fire’ campaign, which ends Dec. 7. I want to share this link http://www.fastcoexist.com/1678906/10-ways-for-female-entrepreneurs-to-get-funded?partner=homepage_newsletter about how female entrepreneurs can get funded. The author notes that “new companies started by women will be one of the keys to …

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Social movements around the world to participate in global action for climate change

NATIVE CHILDREN’S SURVIVAL’S MUSIC PICTURE “WHO’S GONNA SAVE YOU” WILL PREMIERE IN CONJUNCTION WITH CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVITIES AND UNITED NATIONS ANNUAL COP17 Music Picture Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25tOG96C8l0 WASHINGTON – Social movements around the world will come together to participate in Global Days of Action for Climate Justice , a call to action for climate change on …

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