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Nakya

The Aaniiih tribe’s worldview is embedded in its language, explains Sean Chandler Ph.D., interim academic dean at Aaniiih Nakoda College on the Ft. Belknap Reservation in Harlem, Montana. That worldview, he says, values community well-being over individual accomplishments. “The word for chief, ‘Nakya,’ embodies our attitude toward leadership accomplishment. “Although...
Storyteller Eyes

Storyteller Eyes

This past July, Walter Lamar attended North American Indian Days in Browning, Montana while his son Wasey traveled to the Mandree Powwow in Mandree, North Dakota. Both had cameras in hand. Walter is an enrolled member of the Blackfeet Nation and a descendent of Wichita Tribe. Besides Blackfeet Wichita,...
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Life

I think over again my small adventures My fears, those small ones that seemed so big For all the vital things I had to get and reach And yet there is only one great thing The only thing To live to see the great day that dawns And the light that fills the world. — saying   The...

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The Power of Oceti Sakowin Women

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