Tag: Oglala Sioux
Filmmaker Paul Ratner created a portraits project while gathering research for his 2014 film "Moses on the Mesa."
On June 15, 1846, Francis Parkman Jr., a young, Harvard-educated historian, arrived at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to begin his journey along the 'Oregon Trail'
In order to demand that the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie be honored, Natives led by the American Indian Movement occupied Mount Rushmore on June 6, 1971.
Research for a project resulted in a filmmaker collecting a wealth of rare portraits of American Indians that stand in counterpoint to typical Edward Curtis stereotypes.
Encouraging Native American students to study engineering is the focus of “The PEEC Experiment” available as a free download.
This Memorial Day we will think on all of those who gave so much defending these United States.
A group of Sioux tribes is poised to launch a giant wind-power enterprise that could easily fill communities' electrical needs.
Debra Utacia Krol
While life expectancy is falling in the U.S., people generally live longer in tribal communities, though many continue to lag behind more affluent counties.
The situation in Whiteclay, Nebraska over beer sales last week went from the removal of alcohol from stores to an appeals case being fast tracked.
Forty-three years after the occupation ended — and more than a century after the massacre — Wounded Knee still represents a troubled history.
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