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Whadaya Think?

Posted 07-17-2008 at 10:33 PM by Elli
Ya know with (all) the $$$ out there from NDN gaming I just have to ask... Are We (NDNS) still poor?
I have to say yes to that in the $$$ dept. but RICH in our Heritage area.
I have trouble figuring out just where the gaming $$$ gets spent.
Programs/Projects, New Depts. new offices (doubling-up) poker talk! but yet the cry is nation wide about how bad our people have it care (what there is of it)...I meant to say the line to get Aspirins. Or better yet...
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Red Earth Webcast

Posted 06-09-2008 at 12:31 AM by Elli
Just had to write a comment again about Red Earth! I live in Ore. away from Ok. so I got to see my people upclose! The crew have my vote for being the best at bringing out the best in a pow-wow. It was such fun chatting online. Looking forward to the next webcast. Where will that be ...anyone...anyone????
Oh the art of the wecast!! Lots of work I am sure
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Southern Oregon University Spring Pow-wow 2008

Posted 04-21-2008 at 01:50 AM by Elli
Updated 04-21-2008 at 01:57 AM by Elli (forgot to add the link!)
Native American students host the pow-wow
See the video
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February Entrepreneur of the Month

Posted 02-14-2008 at 02:43 PM by Elli
As sole proprietor of A Gallery of Nations, I wear the many hats of running a small business. The idea of my own business was at first just a simple statement; I wonder if I can sell my family’s art on line.

That is how it started. I had experience in retail sales so I felt I could find the artists and market their art. A simple statement which has taken me, so far, on many different learning and growing paths.

One of the primary goals of my business is to promote...
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Barack Obama and Indians (Artfully speaking)

Posted 02-03-2008 at 07:55 PM by Elli
Obama courts American Indians
Published: Saturday 02 February 2008 08:38 UTC
Last updated: Saturday 02 February 2008 16:30 UTC
Albuquerque - Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama says the United States has a "special obligation" towards indigenous American Indians.

During a meeting in New Mexico the black Illinois senator said Native Americans were doing worse than the rest of the population in health, education and employment. He said that...
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