Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

5 responses to “Pokanoket Tribe occupies Bristol land, say it belongs to them not Brown”

  1. salgal

    Re: Brown’s statement about working with “recognized” indigenous tribes in the area, I would like to ask: Recognized by who/m?

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  2. RHODE ISLAND FUTURE – Red Wheelbarrow Media

    […] Pokanoket Tribe occupies Bristol land, say it belongs to them not Brown […]

  3. Pokanokut Nation isn’t federally recognized, says Brown indigenous group

    […] Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative is advising people dig deeper into the Pokanoket encampment/protest in Bristol, saying the Pokanoket people are not a federally or indigenously recognized Native American […]

  4. Pokanokets march on Brown University as negotiations over Mt Hope land continue

    […] Pokanokets have been occupying the land in Bristol since August 20 and want Brown to give it back to them. Last Wednesday Brown […]

  5. Pokanoket statement on the agreement with Brown University

    […] in Bristol, Rhode Island. The Pokanokets set up the Pometacom camp to occupy the disputed land on August 30. Yesterday, Brown University announced an agreement had been reached and that the camp would […]

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