An afternoon class and a second evening general presentation.

Afternoon Session
By Kimberlie Acosta
News From Indian Country

Brothers, Niizhoo Sullivan, 10, and Preston Sullivan, 7 got the honor to sing for President Barack Obama at the opening of the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference on December 3rd, 2014. correspondent, Kimberlie Acosta talking with Shane Davis, a fractivist from Colorado.
Meet Winona LaDuke, Paul DeMain, candidate for Wisconsin's 29th Senate District, Barb With a founder of Wisconsin's Media Cooperative along with Moderator Rebecca Kemble on Wednesday October 8th, 2014 for a screening of the 371 Production for Al Jazeera America Fault Lines and their documentary on "Wisconsin's Mining Standoff" the battle for the Penokee Range of Northern Wisconsin. Rebroadcast HERE on this video module below that can be embedded, shared and linked to you website or Facebook account. correspondent, Kimberlie Acosta talking with Winona LaDuke of Honor The Earth. Winona is a Harvard educated Economist from the White Earth Ojibwe Reservation talking about the fight to keep extractive fuel industries from damaging the environment.
We went to record the 1st Annual Pow wow in the Penokees at the public campgrounds on Moore Park Road near the site of one of the world's largest proposed mining projects. All 11 tribes in Wisconsin oppose the project as well as 75% of those in nearby Ashland County and the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation.
Remembering  our veterans and their families at the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation on Monday, May 26, 2014 on Memorial Day. Speakers included LCO Vice Chair Rusty Barber, MC, Chairman Mic Isham and keynote speaker Gordon C. Thayer at the LCO Veterans Memorial on the corners of Highways B and K on the LCO Reservation.
Join ICTV on a walk around the new and old Harvest Education Learning Project (HELP) research village grounds. We check out the on-going efforts to rebuild HELP on private lands as a stopping point of information, mapping and observing the phenology of the region. Then across the street to the old HELP site in search of the illusive Mr. Leeky. With Paul DeMain in the Penokees.