Tag Archives: Rosebud Reservation
How could it be that in 2014 a woman on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota froze to death when the state has grown from the seventh to the third largest of U.S. crude oil producers? While the death of Debbie Dogskin and the oil boom in North Dakota may seem unrelated, consider […]
If you have been following the National Relief Charities blog for some time now, you may be familiar with some of the topics I have written. Either way, I’d like to briefly reintroduce myself. My name is Andrew Bentley, and I am an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. In June of […]
How do I as a civilian even begin to talk about this? It’s a heavy thing and a lot to wrap my head around… the meaning of National POW/MIA Recognition Day for Native Americans. A few days ago, I was walking in the rain with my dog on a cold morning on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation. […]
Native American guest blogger coming to us from St. Francis Indian School on the Rosebud Reservation.
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.
AIEF provides not only scholarships for Native American college students, but also mentors and provides resources for them to stay in school.
Rosebud Reservation students join in to rally against high school drop out. Native American students have a higher dropout rate than many other minority groups.