Winter is known as the time for storytelling and one Dakota family is sharing their stories in a new book. Reporter Emma Needham speaks with one of the authors about the publication and a virtual event to celebrate its launch.
The new Indigenous parent Leadership initiative helps empower parent voices at Red Lake and White Earth Nations.
And, it’s been a year since the Clearbrook aquifer was punctured. Calls for accountability and action were held at the site and in the Twin Cities.
Long-time civil rights advocate Clyde Bellecourt of the White Earth band of Ojibwe died on January 11th, leaving behind a legacy of Native changemakers. Reporter Feven Gerezgiher digs into the archives for a look into history.
According to a recent survey, Minnesotans across the political spectrum want to see an expanded curriculum on Native American culture studies. The survey was commissioned by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux as part of their efforts to change the narrative about Native Americans in the state.
The United States Postal Service has announced the new stamps for 2022. The stamps are described as miniature works of art and celebrate American culture and history.
And one of the panes will feature the work of the late modernist artist George Morrison, who was from the Grand Portage Band.
Here’s Reporter Leah Lemm speaking to Briand Morrison, son of George Morrison.