By Taté WalkerMonycka Snowbird is one of a growing number of Native people and organizations committed to leading clean, sustainable, and culturally competent lives
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By Taté WalkerBella, Monycka, and Shashana Snowbird raise chickens, rabbits, goats, and produce enough organic crops to keep themselves, friends and neighbors fed.
By Taté WalkerThe skate parks in South Dakota, operated by the Stronghold Society, are providing a healthy outlet for Native American youth, who say the parks help.
By Taté WalkerFor too many Indigenous women, love comes at a horrific price.Bruises. Broken body parts. Broken souls. Rape. Fear. Missing. Murdered. All these words and more describe the violence many Native American and First Nations women experience every day, usually at the hands of someone they know. Nearly 40 are...
By Taté WalkerThe recent death of Debbie Dogskin, found unresponsive inside her own frozen home on the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, hit hard across Indian Country. Many of us face similar circumstances or have relatives who do. Dependent on murderously expensive propane and living in sub-standard housing makes tribal living act...