Native News Update May 2, 2014

This weekend's stories: Notah Begay III recovering from heart attack; New York Times releases article on the 1975 murder of Native American activist Annie Mae Aquash; Here & Now radio interviews the wife and daughter of black civil rights activist Ray Robinson killed in 1973 at Wounded Knee; Karl May Museum takes down scalp display but refuses to repatriate back to Tribe – Survival International sends letter of support for repatriation; Navajo Nation eliminates sales taxes on healthy food items; Hattie Kauffman to be commencement speaker at The College of Menominee Nation while on her national book tour for ‘Falling into Place.’

Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from the studios of IndianCountryTV.com.





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