Haŋwí Wówapi Kiŋ Lakȟól Wičhóȟ’aŋ A Traditional Lakota Calendar By Dakota Wind

Bismarck, ND (TFS) – The New Year begins in spring when life returns, and lasts from spring to spring. A year is called Waníyetu (A Winter), because winter is the longest season on Makȟóčhe Wašté (“The Beautiful Country;” the Great Plains, and North America by extension). Continue reading

Registration now open for the 2016 Lakota Summer Institute

Registration is now open for the 2016 Lakota Summer Institute to be held June 6-24th at Sitting Bull College located in Fort Yates on the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. The Lakota Summer Institute is a one of a kind opportunity for Lakota language teachers and learners! Continue reading