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1890 and 1973: Do We Really Know What Happened At Wounded Knee?

Mark Tilsen | Posted 01.07.2015 | Politics
Mark Tilsen

My three children are Oglala Lakota. They grew up here on the Pine Ridge Reservation. If they hadn't, maybe they wouldn't have known about the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee. That's because Wounded Knee, the most famous catastrophe in Native history, is rarely taught in U.S. schools.

Unleashing the Powers of the Wind and The Great Sioux Nation

Sen. Byron Dorgan | Posted 08.14.2013 | Impact
Sen. Byron Dorgan

In joining together to build the largest wind-power installation in the U.S. and the largest economic development project in South Dakota, the Tribes will finally achieve a level of self-determination, self-development and self-reliance that, acting alone, they have not had in the past.

Shooting of Police Officer Brings Anxiety to Indian Community

Tim Giago | Posted 10.05.2011 | Media
Tim Giago

The relationship between Native Americans and Rapid City's law enforcement has been contentious at best. Indians began to move to Rapid City during ...

Oglala Sioux Win Voting Rights -- For Now

Stephanie Woodard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Stephanie Woodard

Opponents of holding a full-scale election on the Oglala Sioux Tribe's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation this fall held on as long as possible during a recent confrontation with hopeful voters.