Tag: sacred black
Disney perpetuated the ugly rumor that Pocahontas was a “gentle savage,” who co-signed colonization.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse
I, Chief Arvol Looking Horse ask you to understand an Indigenous perspective on what has happened in America, what we call "Turtle Island."
Jennifer K. Falcon
A cross-country trip reveals several monuments purporting to honor Native Americans, but they really depict genocide.
Black Hills Unity Concert takes place at the Elk Creek Resort from September 8th-10th in Piedmont, South Dakota
A discussion with two Lakota that have participated in the Sacred Hoop Run, a 500-mile journey of prayer and sacrifice around the sacred Black Hills.
Faith Spotted Eagle
One of the foremost voices in the Great Sioux Nation calls on President Obama to rectify historic wrongs and protect the Black Hills as his last act.
The 40th annual Lakota Nation Invitational: A beautiful celebration of Native sports and culture for Native youth.
Family members of General Harney joined members of the Little Thunder family at the foot of Black Elk Peak in a celebration of forgiveness.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
The sacred pipe, or "canupa," must be honored during talks regarding the Black Hills, an elder and pipe carrier said.
Charmaine White Face, Oglala Lakota activist, was named a Giraffe Hero by The Giraffe Heroes Project for sticking her neck out for the common good.
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