The dispute over use of the Fighting Sioux nickname goes back decades.
Tribal governments can now directly request a disaster declaration from the president.
A new study estimates the economic impact of the Fond du Lac Ojibwe Band, whose reservation is located just outside Cloquet, at $305 million.
More than one hundred tribal members gathered inside the Paul Bunyan Mall in Bemidji Wednesday to stage a “flash mob” drum and dance circle. The event was organized as a show of support for a Canadian tribal chief who is on a hunger strike in Ottawa, Ontario.
Ojibwe women use song to reconnect with their culture.
The Battle of Wood Lake was the final clash in the US – Dakota War of 1862.
Wolfchild’s message is the Dakota people didn’t cause the war.
Knowledge and information can change a person’s understanding of the past. That seems to be the case for at least one person involved in creating the Minnesota Historical Society’s exhibit on the US – Dakota Ware of 1862.
Youth programming efforts on the Red Lake Indian Reservation got a big boost this week. The Red Lake Nation received a $750,000 community development grant from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community south of the Twin Cities.
Tuesday April 3rd is primary election day for several northern Minnesota American Indian tribes. There are a lot of choices for voters.