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Thursday, 31 December

16:47

Community in Flux |Move: Fall Winter 2015 | Magazine | Oregon Humanities Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Community in Flux |Move: Fall Winter 2015 | Magazine | Oregon Humanities: The Oregon Journal reported that, encouraged by police, the Roma—described as “the gaily dressed wanderers”—asked for assistance to return to Texas and New Mexico because Portland was “too cold” for them. Mayor Riley persuaded the US Office of Price Administration (OPA), the federal bureau in charge of rationing, to issue special gas rations to the Roma so they could make the drive south.

The Oregonian considered this a “notable feat” by the mayor, not only because the OPA’s rationing of items like gas, rubber, sugar, and butter was so strict, but also because Riley was “getting rid of at least half the gypsies [who] have been afflicting the city.”

“We are right proud of our mayor,” the paper wrote.

12:43

Chooky Dancers Christmas Song CAAMA

Djuki Mala (Chooky Dancers) celebrate Christmas in their quirky style! Mad ones!!

10:44

US Government Program Forced Sterilization Of Hispanic Women Aboriginal News Group Newswire

US Government Program Forced Sterilization Of Hispanic Women: [mintpressnews] A class action lawsuit was brought against Los Angeles County Hospital, where the sterilizations took place, but lost when it was heard in court.

The Judge sided with the hospital, citing that it was not objectionable if a physician believed that a tubal ligation could improve a perceived overpopulation problem, as long as said physician did not to try to “overpower the will of his patients.”

The case did have a positive effect however, resulting in the availability of medical forms in multiple languages so that patients can understand what they are signing, and the requirement for patients under the age of 21 to have 72 hours to consider their decision, as well as not terminating welfare benefits for those who do not sign.

10:23

"Groundbreaking" Expos� Shows Pentagon Thwarting Obama's Bid to Transfer Guant�namo Prisoners | Democracy Now! Aboriginal News Group Newswire

"Groundbreaking" Expos� Shows Pentagon Thwarting Obama's Bid to Transfer Guant�namo Prisoners | Democracy Now!: In the nearly seven years since President Obama ordered Guant�namo’s closure, Republicans have blocked him at every turn. Now a new report sheds light on another obstacle in Obama’s way: his own Pentagon. According to Reuters, military brass have imposed bureaucratic hurdles to keep prisoners locked up and prevent foreign governments from taking them in. Scores of prisoners cleared for release have remained imprisoned for years as a result. We are joined by two guests: Charles Levinson, the Reuters reporter who broke this story, and Omar Farah, the lawyer for a Yemeni prisoner who was cleared for release five years ago but remains behind bars due to Pentagon interference.

08:22

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07:47

Wounded Knee SOLD? Tim Giago Has Plans to Buy It for $3.9 Million Indian Country Headline News

Tim Giago, Lakota, renowned journalist, publisher and founder of publications such as the Lakota Times, Native Sun News and Indian Country Today, has told ICTMN ...

07:39

Red Lake Nation Agrees to $18.5 Million Settlement with Enbridge - Native News Online Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Red Lake Nation Agrees to $18.5 Million Settlement with Enbridge - Native News Online: In exchange, the Band will designate one or more parcels of land within the 1863 treaty area/1889 agreement for Enbridge to purchase on behalf of the Band and will begin the fee to trust land exchange. Red Lake’s constitution and federal regulations require that the land coming into trust must be of equal or more value than the land coming out of trust. Once the land exchange is complete, the Band will take possession of the total value in the escrow account including any interest.

07:38

Quintonio LeGrier, Bettie Jones, and the Paranoid Style of American Policing - The Atlantic Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Quintonio LeGrier, Bettie Jones, and the Paranoid Style of American Policing - The Atlantic: It will not do to note that 99 percent of the time the police mediate conflicts without killing people anymore than it will do for a restaurant to note that 99 percent of the time rats don’t run through the dining room. Nor will it do to point out that most black citizens are killed by other black citizens, not police officers, anymore than it will do to point out that most American citizens are killed by other American citizens, not terrorists. If officers cannot be expected to act any better than ordinary citizens, why call them in the first place? Why invest them with any more power?

05:17

Record-Breaking Floods Inundate Parts of Cherokee Nation Indian Country Headline News

Cherokee Nation Emergency Management Services were on full alert after rivers and creeks in Northeastern Oklahoma swelled out of their banks for the second time this year....

Returning the Gift 2015: Native America’s Indigenous Storytelling and Literary Festival Indian Country Headline News

You can take The Road Back to Sweetgrass or The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving and probably meet up with Crazy Horse’s Girlfriend and a lot of other in...

Tribal Veterans See Slow Yet Steady Improvements Through 2015 Indian Country Headline News

Veteran issues in Indian country saw an emphasis in 2015 on housing, in particular with homes on tribal land and wi...

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19:28

Blast from the past… 2003 Billy Washington-The Drifters CAAMA

The Drifters are an ongoing musical institution since 1952. In the history of popular music there are a few vocal groups who qualify as members of the ROCK’N’ROLL HALL OF FAME. THE DRIFTER’S are one of those groups.For the past 50 years The Drifters have maintained a reputation as one of the world’s finest vocal groups. The Drifters linked ’50s R&B with ’60s soul and epitomised the vocal- group sound of New York.

Billy Washington, who has been with the band since he was 14 (he is now almost 70) still can’t lay claim to being an original member.

He chats with Pascoe Braun…..

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