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.

4 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 […]

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