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Wallace Ben: Sand Painter, Medicine Man
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Four-Day Run in Celebration of Sobriety
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Long Walk: Hiking the Path of the Navajo
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Dorgan Says Sequestration Just Another Name for Broken Promises
Former North Dakota Democratic Senator Byron Dorgan recently penned an opinion piece on The New York Times website titled “Broken Promises,” where Dorgan takes a closer look at how...
Suicide and Bullied Survivors Now Thrive in the Bear Program
Tyrell Pond, 12, Lakota, had been bullied from first through fourth grade, but when he joined the Be Excited About Reading (Bear) Program in Pine Ridge, South Dakota everything tur...
Mitakupi Foundation Working With Others to Battle Youth Suicide on Pine Ridge
It was an exciting year for Jennifer Jessum and Simon Joseph, the creative minds behind the award-winning documentary film “Holy Man.” Their 2011 film, which told the story of inca...
Teen Hope, Not Suicide, Subject of Lakota Voices Exhibition
Teen suicide has been a major topic of concern for many reservations, but in Rapid City, South Dakota, an exhibition of photographs, taken by elementary and middle school students ...
Federal Officials Support Native Tuition Waiver at Fort Lewis College
For Colorado , with a shrinking state budget and a growing Native American student body at Fort Lewis College (FLC) in Durango, planning has been difficult because of a potentially...
Video Spotlight: Student Promotes Regeneration Festival to Show Youth They Are Sacred
Lyla Johnston’s tribal name is Tate Uha Omani , meaning She Carries the Wind, and she said it reminds her of her purpose as a poet. “The wind is the word,” she said...
Stanford Student Driven to Revive Culture and Prevent Youth Suicide
Stanford University senior Lyla Johnston’s commitment to bringing her indigenous perspective to anthropology has led her on many journeys: from studying menstrual taboos surroundin...
Cowichan Tribes in B.C. Declare State of Emergency Over Rash of Suicides
The band council of the Cowichan Tribes in British Columbia has declared a state of emergency after a recent rash of suicides in their communities...
Council Formed to Guide Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Native American Mentoring Work
Margo Gray-Proctor, Osage, president, Horizon Engineering Service Company, will serve on the Native American Advisory Council to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America...
2011 Retrospective: March
Appetite for Destruction The emerald ash borer beetle is extremely beautiful, and extraordinarily voracious...
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