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NMAI Hosts Dakota-U.S. War of 1862 Exhibition
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian will host the traveling exhibition, “Commemorating Controversy: The Dakota–U.S...
Celebrating Killers: Yes, Natives Should Care About a Dead Black Teen
The original inhabitants of Turtle Island are not an island. As much as we might want to pretend otherwise, we are not the remote tribes in the Amazon...
Riders Leave South Dakota to Commemorate Dakota 38
It’s nearly that time of year. No, not Christmas—well, that too, but it’s nearly December 26.
Save the Date: American Indian Night at MSU-Mankato, Featuring The 1491s and Tall Paul
Minnesota State University, Mankato’s American Indian Student Association is holding an event celebrating contemporary and traditional American Indian values and culture featuring ...
Late Shakopee Chairman Crooks Named Person of the Year
The late Stanley R. Crooks, who served as the chairman of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community for 20 years, was named the 2012 Person of the Year by Shakopee.Patch.com...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, December 30, 2012
It's our weekly roundup of noteworthy stories from Indian country: • THE MOVEMENT GOES ON: Idle No More protests continued in Canada, where Natives have been holding demonstrations...
Minnesota Works on Forgiving But Not Forgetting Its Native History
On December 26, a memorial was dedicated in Mankato, Minnesota’s Reconciliation Park near a white limestone buffalo that marks the spot where 38 Dakota men were hanged the day afte...
Watch Dakota 38 Documentary, Remember Those Lost 150 Years Ago
As the Dakota 38 riders make their way to Mankato, Minnesota to honor and remember the 38 men who lost their lives on December 26, 1862 in the largest mass execution ever seen in t...
Dakota Riders Remember Injustice of 150 Years Ago
They began in Lower Brule, South Dakota on December 10...
Radio Program Sheds Light on Minnesota’s Little Known History
It is the year that Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has declared a reconciliation and renounced the call from that same office in 1862 to exterminate or remove all Dakota people fro...
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