Gabriel Night Shield Releases “SAVivor”

South Dakota Hip Hop Pioneer, Gabriel Night Shield returns to the scene this October with his 7th solo release, “SAVivor” slated to hit worldwide October 5th on all platforms. The album is Night Shield’s first since 2015’s Native American Music Award winning “The Addiction” and boasts 11 new songs and has had 4 music videos released so far. Continue reading

Sharing Good Medicine: Haipažaža Pȟežuta Brings Traditional Plant Knowledge to Health Products

From the Northern Plains, a new Lakota (Dakota) health company, Haipažaža Pȟežuta, seeks to provide healthier, safer, and more affordable health care products to costumers. Continue reading

66 Things I’ve Experienced As An Indian Part 6 by Cliff Taylor

14. Dennis told me a funny story once. “There was this one Native brother who was always in the hole; every time he got out he’d get into a fight and then go right back in. He always wore shades, never went anywhere without his shades on. One time he came up to me and we were talking and he lowered his shades, looked me right in the eyes, and said, ‘Violence is the only way, brother. Continue reading

Ho-Chunk Nation General Council Approves Rights of Nature Constitutional Amendment

First Tribal Nation to Advance Rights-Based Constitutional Framework to Protect Nature

MERCERSBURG, PA: On Saturday, the General Council of the Ho-Chunk Nation voted overwhelmingly – 86.9% in favor – to amend their tribal constitution to enshrine the Rights of Nature. The Ho-Chunk Nation is the first tribal nation in the United States to take this critical step. A vote of the full membership will follow. Continue reading