Indigipreneur Weekly Digest — Issue #22
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Entrepreneurship & Economy
The Ho-Chunk Nation has a bright economic future, ripe with prospects to diversify its economy beyond gaming.
Goat Island will be returned to Australia’s First Nations people in what the government calls a historic deal.
‘Get the job done’: Manitoba First Nations call on government to fulfil 25-year-old land agreement — winnipeg.ctvnews.ca
Sunday marked the 25th anniversary since the Manitoba Framework Agreement on Treaty Land Entitlement was signed — a day of celebration, but also an important reminder of unfinished business.
A Vancouver-based Indigenous film producer says he was made to feel like a criminal after being turned away from the red carpet at the Cannes film festival.
For Aboriginal people, wellbeing is seen as holistic, with mental health inseparable from connections to family, culture and Country.
Linda Burney sworn in as Minister for Indigenous Australians | NITV — www.sbs.com.au
A woman of firsts, in 2003 she became the first Aboriginal person in NSW Parliament, in 2016 she was the first Aboriginal woman in Federal Parliament. Today, the Wiradjuri woman became the Minister for Indigenous Australians.
COVID-19 pandemic sank revenues after sharing agreement.
Jury finds Anthony Bilodeau and his father guilty in the deaths of Maurice Cardinal and his nephew, Jacob Sansom, who were Métis.
Samoan teacher and First Nations student come together to write fantasy middle grade series — National Indigenous Times — www.nit.com.au
Peek Whurrong man Jordan Gould and Samoan man Richard Pritchard have come together to write an epic First Nations middle grade book.
‘I am number 56’: Uncle Harry Ritchie rediscovers his lost Indigenous culture — www.smh.com.au
Uncle Harry Ritchie was taken from his family to the Kinchela Aboriginal Boys Home, where he was known by a number: 56. Now 71, he is trying to learn the language and culture he lost.
First Nations elders left furious as ‘animalistic’ rapist stands centre stage at AFL launch | Daily Mail Online — www.dailymail.co.uk
The AFL’s Indigenous Round has finished in a cloud of controversy after it emerged a First Nations man (left) who helped launch the games was imprisoned over an ‘animalistic’ rape.
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