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Articles by Konnie LeMay
By Konnie LeMayThe story of the survival of the Delaware people is told by Native American author Denise Low through her own family’s history and struggle.
By Konnie LeMayWith the oversight of Dakota elders, the “Scaffold” sculpture will be dismantled and burned at Fort Snelling; whole endeavor an opportunity for education.
By Konnie LeMayA sculpture called “Scaffold” by a non-Native artist sparked outrage and protests in Minneapolis for making light of the hanging of the Dakota 38 + 2.
By Konnie LeMayA four-day event in Mankato, Minnesota aims to work toward reconciliation between Native and non-Native people in the area where 155 years ago the U.S.-Dakota War came to a gruesome end.
By Konnie LeMayMy Tribal Area, launched the first week of May by the U.S. Census Bureau intends to offer easy access to statistics within reservation and trust-held lands.
By Konnie LeMayKaren Diver honored by the Clayton Jackson Mcghie Memorial for her work toward racial equity and tribal sovereignty, and answers some questions about politics.
By Konnie LeMayThe Northwestern Coordinated Learning Access Network supports Lakehead University students' education with mentors, job- and life-skills workshops.
By Konnie LeMayOn World Water Day, Ojibwe grandmothers prepare for the annual Water Walk to celebrate its life-giving powers and the danger it's in.