Stories tagged: "Tricia Zunker"

Alysse Arce, a member of the Menominee tribe and a Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women advocate, speaks during a press conference Monday in Wausau after a high school teacher there dressed in Native American attire to teach a history class. (Screenshot via Tricia Zunker/Facebook)
Native American Leaders Seeking Improvements to Curriculum After Teacher Wears Racist Outfit

Insensitive depictions of Native Americans are demeaning and further negative views that help lead to violence against indigenous people, advocates said.

President-elect Joe Biden's campaign thanked Wisconsin's Indigenous communities Monday for turning out the vote in his favor. During the campaign, women leaders in this community (including those pictured) spoke on Biden's behalf. (Photo provided)
Biden Credits Indigenous Voters for Flipping Wisconsin

The voting block gave Biden a net 22,500 votes over Trump in Wisconsin, more than the margin of victory.

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks about climate change and wildfires affecting western states, Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, in Wilmington, Del. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Indigenous Leaders, Frustrated by Trump’s COVID-19 Response, Gravitate to Biden

Adding insult to injury, federal coronavirus aid excluded tribal nations from critical areas of needs.

Clerk Who Said She Could "Do Anything Behind the Scenes" Now Faces Ethics Investigation
Clerk Who Said She Could ‘Do Anything Behind the Scenes’ Now Faces Ethics Investigation

Marathon County Executive Committee members voted Monday to move forward with ethics investigation against its county clerk.

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Zunker Votes to Start School Virtually. Tiffany Threatens Funds if Schools Don’t Reopen.

The two candidates square off again for 7th Congressional District seat in November.

Nearly 30 Wisconsin Schools Still Use Native American Imagery as Mascots
29 Wisconsin Schools Still Use Native American Mascots

Issue gets renewed attention as NFL team drops racial slur from its name after 87 years.

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Wisconsin Will Once Again Have To Vote During COVID-19 Pandemic

Tiffany, Zunker compete Tuesday for 7th Congressional seat vacated by Sean Duffy