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Interior Department Renaming Sites With Offensive Native American Names

Interior Department Renaming Sites With Offensive Native American Names

28 lakes, creeks, rivers and other geographical features in Wisconsin being renamed.

U.S. Department Of The Interior Seeking Public Comment On Replacement Names For Derogatory Names Of Geographic Features
No More Stolen Sisters, January 7th – March 11, 2022 @ WPCA
Gov. Evers Signs Executive Order on Indigenous Peoples Day Issuing Formal Acknowledgement, Apology for State’s Historical Role in Indian Boarding Schools
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Gov. Evers Signs Executive Order on Indigenous Peoples Day Issuing Formal Acknowledgement, Apology for State’s Historical Role in Indian Boarding Schools

Governor’s order expresses support for federal investigations into Indian boarding schools

Baldwin Joins Colleagues in Reintroducing Bipartisan Bill to Seek Healing for Stolen Native Children and Their Communities
Report Addresses Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls

Report Addresses Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls

Wisconsin has 86,000 indigenous people, but little data on those who disappeared.

Op Ed: A Bold New Environmental Call
Op Ed

A Bold New Environmental Call

"30 by 30” pushes to conserve 30% of U.S. land and ocean by 2030. Biden backs it.

Conservation voters applaud confirmation of U.S. Secretary of Interior Deb Haaland
Op Ed: Tom Tiffany and White Privilege
Op Ed

Tom Tiffany and White Privilege

Far-right Congressman from northern Wisconsin opposes Native American Secretary of Interior.

Pocan Introduces Food Worker Pay Standards Act
Congresswoman Moore Supports Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Improve Housing Conditions in Indian Country
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Congresswoman Moore Supports Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Improve Housing Conditions in Indian Country

"I am pleased to join my colleagues in introducing this legislation that respects Tribal sovereignty and meets our trust obligation to Native Americans by providing funding for low-income housing."

Rep. Gwen Moore Leads Letter to the FDA, Urging Action on the Influx of Toxic Chemicals Found in Baby Food
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Rep. Gwen Moore Leads Letter to the FDA, Urging Action on the Influx of Toxic Chemicals Found in Baby Food

"These disturbing findings betray the trust of American families, who rely on baby’s food to provide adequate nutrition that benefits their wellbeing."