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Call for Proposals: NMU 2008 Indigenous Earth Day Summit

EXTENDED DEADLINE! Call for Proposals: NMU 2008 Indigenous Earth Day Summit Northern Michigan University is seeking presentation proposals for the 2008 Indigenous Earth Day Summit to be held at NMU April 22-23. This summit is made possible by the Center … Continue reading

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No Respect: Michigan Governor uses state song to promote mining; as tribe, others sue to block “acid mine”

Upper Peninsula Swan Song: As state continues its betrayal of the pristine northwoods, the Governor and Hollywood use song to promote Upper Peninsula mining Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and a Hollywood director are using her website to promote an official … Continue reading

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