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Native Sun News Today: Cheyenne River Sioux citizen opens bookstore Native Sun News Today: Cheyenne River Sioux citizen opens bookstore (04/19)
Bird Cage Book Store features Native book titles of the Northern Plains, including children’s books, women’s literature, print on demand books and Native classics like Custer Died for Your Sins.
Native Sun News Today: Book shares antics of Iktomi the trickster Native Sun News Today: Book shares antics of Iktomi the trickster (04/17)
Many Wakanyeja (children) grew up listening to the chronicles of Iktomi the trickster when at bedtime the Unci (Grandmothers) would relate the escapades of this mischievous character.
Book Review: Osage murders explored in 'Killers of Flower Moon' Book Review: Osage murders explored in 'Killers of Flower Moon' (04/13)
'Killers of the Flower Moon' details the murders of dozens -- if not hundreds -- of Osage Nation citizens who were targeted because of their oil royalty payments.
Major museum secures donation of 'masterworks' by Native artists Major museum secures donation of 'masterworks' by Native artists (04/07)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City will be featuring Native art more prominently in its American Wing.
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Republicans try to do away with arts funding again Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Republicans try to do away with arts funding again (04/06)
Humanities professors, teachers and developers are never given credit for what they offer
Native Sun News Today: Young artist connects with Lakota culture Native Sun News Today: Young artist connects with Lakota culture (04/06)
Just over two decades ago Jacob Helvick was born to an adopted Lakota mother and raised in Humboldt, Iowa.
Coquille Tribe surprised with collection of historic woven baskets Coquille Tribe surprised with collection of historic woven baskets (04/05)
Three of the baskets are believed to more than a century old.
Choctaw artist Waylon Gary White Deer finds new home in Ireland Choctaw artist Waylon Gary White Deer finds new home in Ireland (04/05)
The Choctaw Nation's ties to Ireland go back to 1847, when tribal citizens donated their own money to help people thousands of miles away.
Elouise Cobell '100 Years' documentary premieres in Washington Elouise Cobell '100 Years' documentary premieres in Washington (03/17)
The late Blackfeet Nation citizen was the lead plaintiff in the landmark Indian trust fund lawsuit.
Native Sun News Today: Supply store for Lakota artists opens on Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation Native Sun News Today: Supply store for Lakota artists opens on Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation (03/14)
Lakota artists, an integral part of the economic mix on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, can now purchase their supplies closer to home.
Award-winning group raises funds for Water Protector legal fund Award-winning group raises funds for Water Protector legal fund (03/06)
The Water Protector Legal Collective has been providing =services for people who have been arrested in connection with the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Peter d'Errico: Book is yet another in series of genocide deniers Peter d'Errico: Book is yet another in series of genocide deniers (02/23)
Peter Cozzens’ book on Indian wars loaded with slight of mouth.
Native Sun News Today: Vic Runnels was an artist for all seasons Native Sun News Today: Vic Runnels was an artist for all seasons (02/15)
Vic Runnels passed away on January 29. He was a multitalented artist and member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Peter d'Errico: New book connects Native America with Palestine Peter d'Errico: New book connects Native America with Palestine (01/16)
'Book goes to the historical and political roots of international colonialism.'
Tiffany Midge: Hollywood needs to stop stereotyping Native people Tiffany Midge: Hollywood needs to stop stereotyping Native people (01/16)
'Native American actors deserve better Hollywood, and so do the legions of movie-goers.'
Song from Elouise Cobell documentary on shortlist for Oscar nod Song from Elouise Cobell documentary on shortlist for Oscar nod (12/14)
The critically-acclaimed documentary about the late Elouise Cobell is garnering more notice.
Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge youth compete in arts festival Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge youth compete in arts festival (12/13)
Little Wound School on the Pine Ridge Reservation qualified students in five categories for the 2016 South Dakota Oral Interpretation Festival.
Caleb Trotter: New law in Oklahoma hurts legitimate Indian artists Caleb Trotter: New law in Oklahoma hurts legitimate Indian artists (12/09)
Peggy Fontenot is owed congratulations, not condescending criticism, for being willing to stand up for her right to speak, and to earn a living without unconstitutional interference from the state of Oklahoma.
Native Sun News Today: Lakota artist Rex Carolin designs 'Water is Life' tipi Native Sun News Today: Lakota artist Rex Carolin designs 'Water is Life' tipi (12/07)
Mni Wiconi is the theme of the latest tipi project that Rex Carolin, a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, designed and painted.
Alaska Native designer brings subsistence fashion to new audience Alaska Native designer brings subsistence fashion to new audience (12/01)
Peter Paul Kawagaelg Williams staged his first runway show this year at Brooklyn Fashion Week.
Lakota Country Times: Indian school hosts 'Horse Nation' exhibit Lakota Country Times: Indian school hosts 'Horse Nation' exhibit (11/22)
An exhibit that explores how horses have shaped the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people is being presented at the Red Cloud Indian School’s Heritage Center.
Vicente Diaz: Disney trafficks in indigenous heritage once again Vicente Diaz: Disney trafficks in indigenous heritage once again (11/14)
'Colonial predators like Disney will do what it must to take what it wants.'
Review: Book denies genocide was behind the 'Epic' Indian wars Review: Book denies genocide was behind the 'Epic' Indian wars (11/08)
'For every Indian triumph like Little Big Horn, there was a drubbing like Wounded Knee, for every surprise Indian victory there were huge retaliations by the Army.'
Native Sun News Today: Film shot at Pine Ridge up for early release Native Sun News Today: Film shot at Pine Ridge up for early release (11/07)
The feature-length movie was filmed on the Pine Ridge Reservation and it stars the late Lakota elder Dave Bald Eagle.
Anne Keala Kelly: Disney marginalizes indigenous people again Anne Keala Kelly: Disney marginalizes indigenous people again (10/28)
'Being culturally poached and misrepresented isn’t flattering, it’s a threat.'
Harlan McKosato: Film pays tribute to 'warrior' Elouise Cobell Harlan McKosato: Film pays tribute to 'warrior' Elouise Cobell (10/26)
Director Melinda Janko created a 75-minute documentary, 100 Years: One Woman’s Fight for Justice, on the life and achievements of Elouise Cobell.
Cedric Sunray: Cherokee Nation tries to 'Trump' federal Indian Arts and Crafts Act Cedric Sunray: Cherokee Nation tries to 'Trump' federal Indian Arts and Crafts Act (10/24)
Turning Oklahoma into an isolated island in Indian Country serves no purpose for anyone.
Lakota Country Times: 'Reel Jobs' school nurtures Lakota talent Lakota Country Times: 'Reel Jobs' school nurtures Lakota talent (10/21)
Lakota Country has more than its fair share of talented artists.
Pojoaque Pueblo showcases historic pottery at cultural center Pojoaque Pueblo showcases historic pottery at cultural center (10/19)
A new exhibit is the result of an ongoing collaboration with the National Museum of the American Indian.
Native Sun News Today: Turning to traditions to combat trauma Native Sun News Today: Turning to traditions to combat trauma (10/12)
Each new piece of beadwork created by Dawn Marie Arkinson represents overcoming a personal experience in her life.
Review: Elouise Cobell and her battle for justice in '100 Years' Review: Elouise Cobell and her battle for justice in '100 Years' (10/11)
Another favorable review for 100 Years, a documentary about the late Elouise Cobell and her landmark Indian trust fund lawsuit.
Native Sun News Today: 'Horse Nation' exhibit opens in South Dakota Native Sun News Today: 'Horse Nation' exhibit opens in South Dakota (10/05)
According to Lakota artist, Don Montileaux, the horse has been with the Oceti Sakowin for many centuries before it was taken away and recently returned.
Lakota Country Times: 'Dignity' sculpture honors tribal cultures Lakota Country Times: 'Dignity' sculpture honors tribal cultures (10/03)
The Dignity sculpture was created in recognition of the Lakota and Dakota people and Native cultures that are a part of South Dakota’s identity.
Native Sun News Today: Meet the world's only Lakota magician Native Sun News Today: Meet the world's only Lakota magician (09/29)
Somewhere up the downtown Rapid City sidewalk, over the tops of parked cars, and under the jut of business signs and storefront awnings, the sound of a gentle flute draws you to a barefoot man, dark hair drawn back tight in a braid from an intelligent, reflective Lakota face.
Native Sun News Today: 'Dignity' statue brings diverse community together Native Sun News Today: 'Dignity' statue brings diverse community together (09/27)
She began with a dream, and then became a plan and the work of artistic geniuses made her a reality.

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