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All semester long I have watched as my friends and family made the journey to North Dakota. We should remember they are fighting for our children and grandchildren.
Timekeeping and clocks govern our lives, but a reprieve from deadlines and due dates enables the natural course of events to take its course.
Art is integral to who we are as human beings, and a positive outlet in an often negative world.
At this cultural crossroads, we must resolve how to address communication gaps so that we can build and maintain partnerships.
At Standing Rock, my moccasins made me aware of where I was with each step.
Violence against Indigenous women has plagued Native communities for far too long. It is an unsettling issue that we must confront.
Potty training can crack even the most patient parent. And potty training twins is double the trouble. But we can all find the inspiration to endure in Gloria Gaynor’s classic hit song.
In the name of money and without regard for the Earth, companies will slither their way around Indian communities. The Dakota Access Pipeline is the latest such encroachment.
Sport and athletics have always been a core part of who we are as Native people. For the sake of our community and spiritual health, we should all look for ways to encourage athletic activities in our local communities.
Education is empowerment—and tribal colleges offer Native students an avenue to academic success and greater self-determination.