An update on our efforts to keep Kateri Residence open.
A video of the first of a four part Workshop presented by Patina Park on February 1, 2018 at MIWRC.
Checking in with One of Our Newest Hires and a Familiar Face.
Our Executive Director thanks Senator Al Franken for his most recent contribution given on October 6th, Indigenous Peoples Day.
The U.S. Census Bureau released data on childhood poverty, and it shows a very bleak picture for Native American children. Patina and Stephanie Hogenson from the Children's Defense Fund joined Tom Weber to talk about the data.
Organ donors save lives in Indian Country, but there is a shortage of donors and it affects native communities particularly hard. Indian Country Today focuses on the issue with this article.
We grieve Savanna's loss.
Patina Park's statement on the recent race riot in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Linda Eagle Speaker's son has been doing great work. Here she shares his latest email update.
Ashley's description of the march and some good links for more information.
MIWRC received a 2016 Commissioner's Circle of Excellence Award from the Minnesota Department of Human Services. See the video
University of Minnesota students from the College of Education and Human Development interviewed Suzzane Koepplinger, our previous Executive Director, for their Our Callings Blog where they interview people who have found their calling in life. It's a good read!
Patina's email to the MIWRC staff about the 2016 election.
Dawn wrote this post about her trips to North Dakota to support her tribe in resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Stories and images from Standing Rock. Please check back, we will be adding to this page. photo by John A. Anderson
Randy's thoughts on his trip to North Dakota to support the Water Protectors.
A statement from our Executive Director supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in opposing the the Dakota Access Pipeline.
TPT will be airing a program that we helped produce. Check it out!
This year's Back to School event was a pleasure for the MIWRC staff to host. Thanks to everyone who participated! Check out the photos from the event.
Some of the ladies from MIWRC went out to pick sage.
Our entrance staircase has been graced by a beautiful blue Star Quilt donated to us by Tamera Johnson (Mother of staff member Sarah Edstrom, Sexual Assault Advocate). Thank you Tamera for your generous gift!
MIWRC provided tables and chairs for organizations attending the first annual traditional Powwow on Saturday, August 8 at Little Earth’s Cedar Avenue Field. There was a lot of dancing, great music, and lots of people on hand to support those who wanted to make a change in their life or wanted to help others make that change. Above all, there were a lot of good feelings and a lot of hope.
Jo Lightfeather, MIWRC's Learning Center Director describes a lesson she learned from her grandchildren: It Takes a Grandchild
National Night Out
Wonderful job to everyone who worked so hard to make it so fantastic.
The food was fabulous.
The games were enjoyed by the kids.
It was a lot of fun.