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Allotment Era injustice, historic new Justice, and a refusal to sing
Weekly Digest November 21-27
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
The not-so-distant history of Allotment Era injustice
(OKLAHOMA) Sallie is a private woman. She didn’t want to share her last name, but she does want to share her story. A Muscogee Creek/ Cherokee Native, Sallie turned 83 last month. She was born in Tulsa in 1939.
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First Black woman Justice appointed to Michigan Supreme Court
(MICHIGAN) On Tuesday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that she’s appointed Kyra Harris Bolden to the Michigan Supreme Court in January 2023 to succeed Justice Bridget Mary McCormack. Bolden will be the first Black woman to serve on the high court and is the governor’s first appointment to the supreme court.
Iran national team refuses to sing national anthem at World Cup
(NATIONAL) Even as everyone from children to high-profile celebrities risk detainment or death for speaking out against the Iranian regime, members of the Iran national team refused to sing the national anthem during their match at the World Cup.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Widespread rain and snow across the West, a wintry mix and much colder temperatures spread across the Plains and Upper Midwest, and flash flooding and severe weather expected in the Lower Mississippi Valley.
HOME AND THE HOLIDAYS
Showing love for Native American culture during NNAHM and beyond
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