Onondaga Nation http://wrvo.org en New Native American museum to highlight Great Law of Peace http://wrvo.org/post/new-native-american-museum-highlight-great-law-peace <p>What used to be the Sainte Marie Among the Iroquois Museum on Onondaga Lake will be transformed into a new kind of museum in the next year. The new Great Law of Peace Educational Center will tell the story of upstate New York's Native Americans, from their point of view. Fri, 28 Dec 2012 21:27:28 +0000 Ellen Abbott 31168 at http://wrvo.org Onondaga Nation looks to court for acknowledgement http://wrvo.org/post/onondaga-nation-looks-court-acknowledgement <p>Attorneys for the Onondaga Nation are scheduled to appear in a federal appeals Court in New York City Friday. It's a continuing land claim dispute between the Native American nation, and New York state, over treaties signed hundreds of years ago. Fri, 12 Oct 2012 13:50:17 +0000 Ellen Abbott 27418 at http://wrvo.org Anti-nuclear "peace walk" begins http://wrvo.org/post/anti-nuclear-peace-walk-begins <p>The potential for disaster at nuclear power plants is the message of a &quot;peace walk&quot; that will take place around Lake Ontario and started this week in Onondaga County.<br /><br /> Fri, 13 Jul 2012 19:02:10 +0000 Ellen Abbott 22512 at http://wrvo.org Onondaga Lake dredging stirs up controversy with Onondaga Nation http://wrvo.org/post/onondaga-lake-dredging-stirs-controversy-onondaga-nation <p>The Onondaga Nation is not happy with the breadth of the Honeywell Corporation&#39;s plan to dredge and cap polluted sediment at the bottom of Onondaga Lake.</p><p>This $451 million plan will dredge an estimated two million cubic yards of toxic material from 185 acres out of the 3,000-acre lake bottom, and cap 14-percent of the lake bottom, to keep toxic chemicals underground. Thu, 14 Jun 2012 13:36:35 +0000 Ellen Abbott 20922 at http://wrvo.org Onondaga Lake dredging stirs up controversy with Onondaga Nation Repatriation: Wampum beads return to the Onondaga Nation http://wrvo.org/post/repatriation-wampum-beads-return-onondaga-nation <p>&nbsp;Some sacred and cultural objects of the Onondaga Nation and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy are back where they belong, after languishing for years in the Onondaga Historical Association in Syracuse. &nbsp;</p><p> Tue, 12 Jun 2012 18:32:04 +0000 Ellen Abbott 20815 at http://wrvo.org Repatriation: Wampum beads return to the Onondaga Nation