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The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire to celebrate with the raising of the tribal nation flags of the 12 indigenous tribes of Wisconsin,

Posted 10/09/21 (Sat) read more »

Joe Biden becomes first president to issue a proclamation marking Indigenous Peoples' Day.

The first president to issue a proclamation on Indigenous Peoples' Day.

Posted 10/09/21 (Sat) read more »

Jessica (Kramer) Ryan named to Brainerd Public Schools 2021 Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame

Jessica (Kramer) Ryan inducted into the 2021 Brainerd Public Schools Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame

Posted 10/08/21 (Fri) read more »

Rebecca Pelky- Brothertown Indian Nation member releases her latest book

Posted 9/18/21 (Sat) read more »

UW Madison a First-year Interest Group (FIG) offering to students

Attention new Members and parents of children attending UW Madison in the Fall 2021. UW Madison has announced a First-year Interest Group (FIG) offering to students who are coming to Madison. The FIG is an Earth Partnership: Indigenous Arts and Sciences; Environmental Studies: The Social Perspective; Introduction to American Indian Studies. For more information use this link… To download the flyer, click here.

Posted 9/18/21 (Sat) read more »

Volunteers Needed for Wild Rice Restoration project

BIN and the University of Wisconsin have partnered on a wild rice restoration project. UW is seeking volunteers who have an interest in rice, or have stories to share about its presence or harvest in the greater Lake Winnebago watershed.

Posted 8/26/21 (Thu) read more »

Save the date! BIN Homecoming 2021

Brothertown Indian Nation Homecoming Saturday, October 16, 2021

Posted 8/26/21 (Thu) read more »

Vaccination at BIN Community Center August 24th

Tuesday, August 24th from 4-6pm

Posted 8/21/21 (Sat) read more »

Native Volunteer needed for DOC

The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is looking for a Native volunteer to help with ceremony.

Posted 8/19/21 (Thu) read more »

Brothertown Indian Nation Memorializes Samson Occom on July 14 as the Anniversary of his Death – with Approach of Occom’s 300th Birthday in 2023

The Reverend Samson Occom, born as a member of the Mohegan nation near New London, CT in 1723, is an integral part of history and legacy of the Brothertown Indian Nation, head quartered in Fond du Lac. As the day of Occom’s birth in 1723 is not documented, his death on July 14, 1792, is celebrated as Samson Occom Day and was officially acclaimed as such by a Brothertown Indian Nation Council on June 20, 2020.

Posted 7/14/21 (Wed) read more »