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RUTH BUFFALO

Buffalo and composer Edie Hill will receive honorary degrees during commencement.
If identity politics matter at all, they matter enough for us to be accurate about it.
In a lawsuit that was inevitable, Native American interests are arguing that North Dakota's new legislative map gives them less representation.
BISMARCK — A Native American activist group has been looking for clarity from state officials in North Dakota on the legality of delivering batches of absentee ballots in the upcoming election, a step they argue would help to alleviate disparities in the accessibility of reservation voting that have been exacerbated by the pandemic.

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I attentively examined the Carrington letter up until the very end where it concluded with the following: “Leftist social justice is NOT welcome in rural North Dakota.” And then I realized how small towns (like Carrington, and other parts of so-called rural North Dakota) haven’t changed.
MINOT, N.D. — Do you ever wonder, when you see people complaining about a business online, if that person even attempted to talk about the problem with the business before complaining about it online?
BISMARCK — In the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis police custody last month, protesters from American communities large and small have taken to the streets with the message that police brutality against people of color will no longer be tolerated.
North Dakota Native Vote announced its plans to encourage civic engagement in the lead-up to the 2020 Census and the state's presidential caucuses and general election.
MINOT, N.D. — North Dakota Democrats have their first official statewide candidate of the 2020 election cycle.
Editor's note: This is the first installment of a three-part series on the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the upper Plains.

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Editor's note: This is the first installment of a three-part series on the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the upper Plains.
The Jay Thomas Show from Wednesday, January 8, 2020. The show includes Forum Columnist Rob Port, Rep. Ruth Buffalo, Fargo Public Works Director Ben Dow, West Fargo Street Foreman Dan Birnbaum, Moorhead Public Works Director Steve Moore, snow removal, Caliber Home Loans, listener phone calls, emails and more.
“Stop rewarding politicians for just winning elections” was the title of one of Rob Port’s Friday blog posts.

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