A series of upcoming events about the conflict will focus on history and the future.
The same week that the U.S.-Dakota War began, Ojibwe tribes were on the brink of conflict with the U.S. Army.
The 75th anniversarty of the Pipestone National Monument was celebrated last weekend at the site where American Indian tribes have long quarried the stone used in sacred pipes.
A series that took four months to prepare for the newspaper tops Bill O'Reilly in the e-book charts.
With a fresh college degree, Korina Barry uses her life experiences as an American Indian to help others.
The agreement appears to end the long-simmering dispute over the tribal monopoly on casino gambling in Minnesota.
The $80 million-plus deal would fatten horse-racing purses and end expensive lobbying efforts to put slot machines at the state’s racetracks.
Nonprofits and charities turning to online contests to raise more revenue. But who really benefits?
All over town Ojibwe signs are posted alongside English language labels in an effort to preserve the language and respect the culture.
Miziwe go Bemijigamaag ozhibii’igaadewan nayenzh igo anishinaabemowin miinawaa zhaaganaashiimowin ji-bimiwinjigaadeg niigaan miinawaa ji-manaajichigaadeg ojibwemowin.
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