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March 7, 2019 | Issue Number 42

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An in-depth interview with Native hip hop artist, Supaman

“I was a powwow person before I was a hip hop artist.” Supaman delivers the utmost blend of Native tradition, music technology and street-smart hip hop to the masses that appreciate his music.

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Indian Country Today video news report for this week.

Stories in this video report for March 3, 2019 ‘No path forward’ for Navajo Generating Station or coal mine, American Gods and more … hosted by Vincent Schilling.

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The Capitol view of Washington
Santee Lewis Lewis is the new executive director for the Navajo Nation’s Washington Office. “As an Indigenous woman who is leading this office, I felt really proud and happy and humbled.” – Story by Pauly Denetclaw.Read more
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Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read this past week

Each week, Indian Country Today posts our Top 10 stories that were selected by our readers.

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Akwesasne challenged by developing cannabis economy

The Mohawks of Akwesasne never shy away from economic opportunity, even if it involved risk. When Canada legalized medical cannabis and then moved towards legalizing recreational marijuana, Akwesasne saw opportunity. Story by Leslie Logan

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