Keith Braveheart Winuhca Waits on Wicasa
Christina Rose
1/23/15
The art of Keith BraveHeart, Oglala, is on the radar in South Dakota, where several museums are keeping a close eye on his artistic progress...
Steven Newcomb
11/27/14

Some of us who have embarked on a path of intellectual work have also worked throughout our lives with spiritual leaders so that our intellectual efforts and work is grounded in ceremony and prayer....

Stephanie Woodard
10/15/14
“Suddenly, we have resources for get-out-the-vote,” said Pine Ridge Indian Reservation resident Kevin Killer, who’s Oglala Lakota and represents the area in the South Dakota House ...
Mark Trahant
10/10/14
How interested are you in this election?...
Christina Rose
10/3/14
Many tribal nations are suffering from outsiders who come in and appropriate spirituality and customs, and sometimes ceremony is sold by tribal members who should know better...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/30/14
Tribal leaders and advocates are exuberant over a subject that often induces a yawn and a glazed look – tax reform...
Steven Newcomb
8/11/14

The book America: Imagine the World Without Her (2014), by Dinesh D’Souza, is an effort to attack U.S. President Barack Obama....

Ruth Hopkins
6/28/14

To say that the Black Hills (Kȟe Sapa) hold special significance for the Oceti Sakowin (The Great Sioux Nation) is an understatement. They’re not only our traditional homelands, where our ancestors once lived, they’re sacred....

Simon Moya-Smith
4/15/14
It’s a message not from an alien species, but from opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline...
Christina Rose
3/10/14
The First People's Fund is helping emerging artists learn how to make money and expand their market, and the nonprofit's new report, “Establishing A Creative Economy: Art as an Eco...

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