By Kathleen Roberts Indigenous people have dealt with bullying, disproportionate discipline, and offensive imagery and symbolism for a long time, but the United States Department of...
By Ken Luchterhand Robert Hoever remembers the panic he and his wife experienced when he lost track of their young daughter in a public setting. “I was in a state of...
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By Ken Luchterhand Eleven candidates in the upcoming November 4 election came to the Ho-Chunk Tribal Office Building on Thursday, October 9, as part of a candidate forum. Ho-Chunk Nation Government Relations Officer Ryan Greendeer organized the event. “Ho-Chunk means ‘People of the Big Voice,’ a way to use our voice is to show up to the polls on Election...Read More
By Ken Luchterhand At first glance, it appeared that a resolution to sell property in Linwood, Illinois, passed by more than a 4 percent margin. But then, a legal challenge nullified the temporary victory, reversing the decision by a stipulation in the Ho-Chunk Constitution that requires a majority vote to pass. The resolution was presented at the September 27 General...Read More