On the Pine Ridge Reservation, if you took heed to many of the unfortunate narratives around what can be known to various members in the community as “Oglala Makoce”, Continue reading
While online apps for language learners are not new, the ability to learn Indigenous languages from North America is.
The Lakota Language Consortium and its sister organization, The Language Conservancy, are proud to announce the release of an online learning platform for the Lakota language called Owóksape. Continue reading
A federal court today blocked enforcement of the unconstitutional provisions of several South Dakota laws, including the recently-enacted “Riot Boosting” Act, that threaten activists who encourage or organize protests, particularly protests of the Keystone XL pipeline, with fines, civil liabilities, and/or criminal penalties of up to 25 years in prison. Continue reading
This summer, the Cheyenne River Youth Project’s teen interns had valuable opportunities to learn more about native food sovereignty through the Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit in Rapid City and a special visit from seed keeper Rowen White to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. Continue reading
Seattle, WA – On July 30th 2019, a briefing was held before the Sustainability and Transportation committee on a proposed Green New Deal [GND] for Seattle. Continue reading