Amid PFAS fears, oversimplified warnings could discourage residents from consuming a food central to Ojibwe lifeways.
Great Lakes pollution threatens Ojibwe treaty rights to fish
PFAS are the latest concern in Lake Superior, where fishing is central to the lifeways of the Red Cliff Band and other Indigenous nations.
How Ojibwe tribes in Wisconsin resisted efforts to deny treaty rights
History of deception and coercion threatened tribal rights to hunt and fish in the Great Lakes and inland territory.
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‘It’s something we owe.’ Madison church pays ‘voluntary tax’ to Indigenous nations
The $4,000 payment is part of an effort by St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church to acknowledge its debt to Ho-Chunk who once lived there.