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Freddie Gray and Baltimore's Urban India
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Thing About Skins
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Doesn't Like Indian Children: An Interview With Justin Poor Bear
Fact #1: South Dakota’s Tribes faithfully give hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue to the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center during the Lakota Nation Invitational ( LNI) Basketbal...
Rooster Topsky, Chicken Legs, and New Year's Resolutions: Getting Healthy for 'Regular' Skins
My little sis Chelsey is the one who writes about wellness and fitness . She should—she knows a whole bunch about it. Me?...
My Indigenous Mount Lovemore: Happy New Year!
Symbols matter. We need to show off our icons and heroes. I know some people dislike Mount Rushmore mightily. I get it—slaveowners, racists, guys with funny hair, etc...
Our Native Children Are Not Poverty Porn: 'If One Succeeds, a Hundred Are Coming After' (a Poem)
“We know how to survive...
Letter to My Nephew Antonio: Suicide Chronicles, Part 5 of 5
Chelsey Luger and Gyasi Ross
( Gyasi’s Note: I am privileged to be able to raise my teenage nephew Antonio. This is an actual conversation with him—I asked him if it was ok if I shared...
Greg Grey Cloud: The Native Who Sang an Honor Song for the Senate (and Got Arrested for It)
Being an elected official is rough—especially the United States Congress...
Speaking Up: Native Women's Voices and the Challenges of Putting Yourself Out There
“I was raised by my grandparents, along with my parents. What I learned from my grandmother is that we are not victims. As a proud Comanche girl, I thought I could do anything...
Turned Away From Voting With a Tribal ID: Why This Matters
On posters, on the radio, on social media, essentially everywhere, the state of North Dakota distributed an advertisement reminding residents to get out and vote...
Happy Halloween! Four Native American Ghost Stories
One: We were told not to whistle at night but we were teenagers and often did stuff we had been warned about...
Treaties of the New Millennium: Two Steps Forward, One Giant Step Back
This fall, three treaties were signed spanning massive geographic areas. The treaties exhibit diametrically opposed views of the direction of our societies and economies...
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