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Rosalyn LaPier: Climate change poses challenges for tribal communities
Environment | Opinion
Rosalyn LaPier: Climate change poses challenges for tribal communities (July 7, 2017)
Indigenous communities can be resilient and adapt their internal religious beliefs to outside challenges, as Native American tribes from the turn of the 20th century have proven.

Native Sun News Today: Indian academics join March for Science
Education | National
Native Sun News Today: Indian academics join March for Science (May 1, 2017)
More than 1,200 indigenous scientists, scholars and allies worldwide signed a declaration to endorse the March for Science.

Rosalyn LaPier: Tradition mixes with science in tribal communities
Education | Opinion
Rosalyn LaPier: Tradition mixes with science in tribal communities (April 21, 2017)
For many Native Americans, myth and medicine, religion and science, are not viewed as separate, but are interwoven into the fabric of our lives.

Rosalyn LaPier: Why water remains sacred to indigenous peoples
Environment | Opinion
Rosalyn LaPier: Why water remains sacred to indigenous peoples (March 23, 2017)
For the Blackfeet, Lakota and other Native American people, water does more than sustain life – it's the place of the divine.

Rosalyn LaPier: How Standing Rock became a site of pilgrimage
Environment | Opinion
Rosalyn LaPier: How Standing Rock became a site of pilgrimage (December 7, 2016)
The Standing Rock Sioux tribe was able to achieve this victory in part because of the assistance of thousands of 'water protectors.'

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