Native nations rise in Washington, D.C.

The month of March was a busy one for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. From March 7 to 10, Native tribes from all across the nation gathered in Washington, D.C. in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). The first three days of the movement involved Native leaders and allies lobbying in national buildings around the nation's... Continue Reading →


Like empty fields, N.C. hemp program could turn wallets green

In September 2015, a robbery in Boyle County, Kentucky ended with the arrest of one man and sparked confusion among witnesses gathered at a Walmart parking lot. “(It was) a full truck bed of marijuana out in the open, not even covered,” Rafael Francisco Jr. told Lexington news station LEX 18. But Francisco was wrong.... Continue Reading →

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