Tag Archives: Lakota

An Interview with Dana Lone Hill

A powerful voice from Indian country, Dana Lone Hill recently released her first novel, “Pointing With Lips,” which is set on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Check back this fall for more information about our book contest and giveaway!! In the meantime, Dana granted us an interview to share with readers everywhere. This Lakota author is […]

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Native Chiefs & Leaders: Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse was “a gentle warrior, a true brave, who stood for the highest ideal of the Sioux.” He was not a rash, hotheaded warrior who wanted revenge at every possible turn… he wanted the best for his people

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Native American Film Series: “Skins”

Skins is as close to experiencing life on Pine Ridge, while also doing justice to the people and culture it represents.

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Native American Film Series: “Imprint”

The Native American movie, “Imprint,” was mainly filmed on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Some would call it a “supernatural” story. Yet, to think of it in only that way would be missing out on its deeper meaning. It’s about a journey we all need to take sometimes.

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Pe’Sla: Spiritual & Symbolic

The purchase of the Pe’Sla land is a significant event of the Lakota reclaiming their sacred land. However, it is also another reminder of how the US government has not fulfilled the treaties made with the Native Americans years ago.

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“Diabetes is Not Our Way of Life”

The Native American youth struggle with diabetes and the Cheyenne River Youth Project as well as other groups are working hard to educate youth on diabetes.

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What is an Indian? Each Tribe is Different

Native Americans are not all from the same tribe but have different languanges, forms of government and origins.

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