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Oglala Lakota

The Oglala Lakota or Oglala Sioux (meaning to scatter one's own in Lakota language) are one of the seven subtribes of the Lakota people; along with the Nakota and Dakota, they make up the Great Sioux Nation.

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"Our tepees were round like the nests of birds, and these were always set in a circle, the Nation's Hoop." ~Nicholas Black Elk Hehaka Sapa 1860-1950 Oglala Lakota Nation.
Oglala Lakota Women and Buffalo: via stop killing these sacred animals and wolves killers all you are
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Briar Cliff and NICC to Host Family-Friendly Event SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Briar Cliff University and Nebraska Indian Community College (NICC) will host the First Annual Healthy Living Round Dance and Dinner event from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, March 28, 2014, in the Saint Francis Center, Briar Cliff University, 3303 Rebecca Street, Sioux City. Doors will open to this free family event at 5 p.m. At 6 p.m., guests will enjoy a traditional Native American meal and the Round Dance will begin at 7 p.m. “We want to offer Siouxland families, especially at-risk kids, a fun and safe cultural event designed for the whole family,” said Garan *** instructor at NICC and event emcee. “Native Round Dance offers the perfect venue for socializing, raising cultural awareness, making new friends, strengthening cultural bonds and enjoying wonderful food and entertainment,” explained *** of Winnebago, Neb., and a member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe. The Round Dance will feature main presen ...
Title: Diversity Career Networking Event: Contributing to a Diverse Workforce Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 Time: 3:00-5:30 pm Place: Tivoli Student Union, 900 Auraria Parkway, Tivoli 320ABC Students learn how their unique cultural backgrounds are assets in the workforce and network with professionals from diverse fields and cultural backgrounds. Shadana Dickerson (Oglala Lakota) of Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce will be on the professional panel.
Joe Black Fox (Sungila Sapa), an Oglala Lakota, from a photographic portrait copyrighted by William H. Rau in 1901, possibly taken at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. Card published by the Illustrated Postal Card Company of New York.
Good morning good morning my fellow oglala lakotas.
US gov is buying private properties to give them back to Oglala
am poor and naked, but I am the chief of the nation. We do not want riches but we do want to train our children right. Riches would do us no good. We could not take them with us to the other world. We do not want riches. We want peace and love. - Red Cloud, Oglala Lakota Sioux (1822-1909)
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Tips shooters in the archery are Collins Woody from and Michelle LaBeau from Oglala Lakota College.
Congratulations to Oglala Lakota College Business students for winning second place in AHIEC competition this...
The Hoop of Life is a circle. On this hoop there is a place for every species, every race, every tree& every plant -Dave Chief Oglala Lakota
Lakota Vow: 'Dead or in Prison before We Allow the KXL Pipeline': On February 27, Oglala Lakota and American I...
Alleged photo of Crazy Horse in 1877, a Native American war leader of the Oglala Lakota
'Dead or in prison before we allow the KXL pipeline' - The Oglala Lakota stand firm - The Ecologist -
"a people's dream died there. It was a beautiful dream ... the nation's hope is broken and scattered" Black Elk, Oglala Lakota medicine man
@ simonmoya-smith...'cept the truth bout being ''citizen of Oglala Lakota Nation. He. is. not.
>> by what would later become the GOONs in the Wilson-era (Oglala-incident, Peltier & WKII). WKI was a massacre AFTER the wars.
Long line to see two Oglala Lakota boys play in the New Mexico State High School Boys Championship…
"If Obama does sign and the XL Pipeline moves forward to cross the Treaty Lands of Oglala and Sicangu Lakota there will be all *** to pay"
“Dead or in prison before we allow the Keystone XL pipeline to pass,” say Oglala Lakota activists
Don't underestimate Oglala Sioux: "Lakota leaders: we'll be dead or in prison before they build KXL
i thought 1000 satoshi would be the bottom but it seems like its falling down to the *** of the Oglala Lakota Nation
We Indians know the One true God and. We pray to Him continually. Black Elk Oglala Lakota Tok Sa Kolas
ppl should actually read about Crazy Horse, the leader of the Oglala Lakota
Crystal meets with the Oglala Lakota Sioux. Book Two in the White Bird Series. Crystal Blue Sky.
...if every step you take is a prayer, then you will always be walking in a sacred manner - Oglala Lakota | Holyman
Yall see that Nathan from Oglala Sioux tribe on that commercial? Thought that was pretty cool to see a Lakota on tv
The Lakota Nation will stand up for Mother Earth and all our relations will you?
Finally. Actual Native (Oglala Lakota) gets something published about Washington's NFL team:
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The door of silence was kicked opened by AIM liberating the colonized mind of the indigenous Tetuwan Oglala lakota peoples. 41 years ago the lakotas felt social change was necessary in Indian country. Today, we will remember those who stood up against all odds. I want to thank all of our non-lakota brothers and sisters who have stood with us in resisting colonized repression. Those who gave their lives in Wounded Knee 73' and for those who have journeyed on the spirit world after the shootout. We shall remember and respect the surviving Wounded Knee 73' veterans who left before us will be honored they will all be remembered today. Power to all of the indigenous warriors for standing up for their children and grandchildren. Remember to help free Leonard Peltier.
From what I understood at the time, there were many people passionate about making a dramatic stand at Wounded Knee that would highlight everything we as Oglala Lakota and generally, Indigenous people everywhere, were suffering with and fighting against. -Sina Ikikcu Win (Takes the Robe Woman) Ethleen Iron Cloud-Two Dogs, Porcupine, SD, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Waking up in sovereign Oglala Lakota territory at Wounded Knee. Grateful and honored to join great warriors today on the 41st anniversary of Liberation Day.
On this day in 1973, Oglala Lakota activists and members of the American Indian Movement occupied Wounded Knee, SD.
On February 27, 1973, a team of 200 Oglala Lakota (Sioux) activists and members of the American Indian Movement...
Chief Red Cloud (1850-1909). One of the Great Chiefs of the Oglala Lakota.
TONIGHT !! The Ed Show is featuring the voices of the Oglala Lakota who traveled from Rosebud to speak to
Join Host Grandmother, Unci Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance (Oglala Lakota) for the. 13th Gathering of The...
It is this completeness of Life that must be respected in order to bring about health on this planet.>>>Chief Dave Oglala Lakota
What about the 'R-word,' NFL?: Simon Moya-Smith, a citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation, says as the National F...
Today at noon on KOJB: Native America Calling Tuesday, February 25, 2014 – Bridging Race Relations On The Ice Rapid City Rush hockey players Winston Day Chief and Justin Sawyer have quickly become fan favorites. These Indigenous players are getting attention for drawing in more diverse fans in a town that's dealt with racial tension for years. Their story is hopeful, but sometimes racism comes out at sporting events. Have you ever witnessed an act of racism at a basketball game, football game or hockey match? Can players and fans overcome those acts of racism and come together around good sportsmanship? Could sports help heal communities divided along racial lines? Guests include: Brandon Ecoffey (Oglala Lakota - managing editor for Native Sun News) and Winston Day Chief (Blackfoot) and Justin Sawyer (Ojibwe). Break Music: Trekker (song) Madeskimo (artist)
Friday February is the anniversary of the occupation. In the early 1970s, tribal tensions rose and some turned to the American Indian Movement (AIM) for help. Longstanding divisions on the reservation resulted from deep-seated political, ethnic and cultural differences. Many residents did not support the tribal government. Many residents were upset about what they described as the autocratic and repressive actions by the current tribal president *** Wilson, elected in 1972. He was criticized for favoring family and friends with jobs and benefits, not consulting with the tribal council, and creating a private militia, Guardians of the Oglala Nation (GOONs), to suppress political opponents, which he paid from tribal funds. After an attempt to impeach Wilson failed, his opponents had a grassroots uprising. Women elders such as Ellen Moves Camp, founder of the Oglala Sioux Civil Rights Organization (OSCRO), called for action. They organized a public protest. About 200 AIM and Oglala Lakota activists occup ...
“Earth & Sky” 36”x 48”, acrylic on board, 2002 by Angela Babby (Oglala Lakota) “Earth & Sky” is pays homage to Klimt’s “The Kiss”. I have reinterpreted the central theme of this powerful composition in an early Lakota cultural context. The figures are personifications of nature, presented as human beings full of youth, beauty, and love in an idyllic setting. The painting is about the human search for a devotional center to our lives. The figures are perched on a small piece of prairie precipice, representing the dwindling aboriginal land base. The beadwork and the elk tooth dress are manifestations of the gifts of White Buffalo Calf Woman the Lakota Messiah. She brought the buffalo and gave them the creative and spiritual focus in their lives through her teachings. The couple is wrapped in a buffalo robe expressing the importance of the buffalo in all aspects of Lakota culture. *NOW AVAILABLE AS A GICLEE PRINT ON CANVAS ON STRETCHER BARS IN A VARIETY OF SIZES. 9"x12" $130 (framed i$220 . ...
Native Creation Story Series. White Buffalo Calf Woman, told by Marlin Mousseau, Oglala Lakota who has worked in the movement to end violence against women f...
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Good morning my relatives as a Oglala Lakota leader for the Oglala Lakota Sioux nation I just want to encourage you to stay positive and strong and as a leader I will do what I can for the youth I encourage you to pray and stay off alcohol and drugs wopila have a awesome weekend
"Grandfather, Great Spirit, once more behold me on earth and lean to hear my feeble voice. You lived first, and you are older than all need, older than all prayer. All things belong to you - the two-legged, the four-legged, the wings of the air and all green things that live. You have set the powers of the four quarters to cross each other. The good road and road of difficulties you have made to cross; and where they cross, the place is holy. Day in and day out, forever, you are the life of things." Black Elk, Oglala Lakota
Good Morning family and friends beautiful cold winter day today I'm in Rapid City to meet with HUD to address the housing and propane problems on the reservations so I'm gonna stand strong for the Oyate as a Oglala Lakota leader to help the people
Already wishing for next week! I like being in school! please dont be to harsh on my nogin O.L.C. (Oglala Lakota College) I think ill do both try outs archery and vollyball dont think it would hurt to engage in a new sport lol
"MazaCoin belongs to the Oglala Lakota Nation. It is not our "gift" to them, it is their gift to the world." ~~ AnonymousPirate |
Crazy Horse (c. 1840-5 Sept. 1877), Oglala Lakota war chief, was born near Bear Butte in present-day South Dakota, the son of Crazy Horse, a noted Oglala warrior and medicine man, and (according to some sources) Rattle Blanket Woman, a Minicoujou Lakota of the prestigious Lone Horn family. By 1861 the boy had inherited the name Crazy Horse from his father. Believing himself informed by visions and protected by war medicines prepared by Horn Chips, a respected Oglala wicasa wakan or holy man, Crazy Horse was an extraordinarily courageous warrior who commanded the respect of both his own people and his enemies. During Oglala leader Red Cloud’s war against wagon roads, army forts, and other white incursions on Lakota lands in Wyoming and Montana in the mid-1860s, Crazy Horse demonstrated courage and remarkable skill as a leader of warriors in the Fetterman Fight at Fort Phil Kearny, the Hayfield Fight, and the Wagon Box Fight. Lakota resistance persuaded the government to cease fighting and begin the diffi ...
Repping the code talkers in Sen Tim Johnson's office!!
My cologne for today is bacon and gabubu bread. Got to mix it up and not consistently use the tonega smell. Oglala Lakota ladies love these smells, lol.
This here is my ancestor tasunka witko, oglala lakota probably the most honored, and respected ndn that ever lived.and will see nothing like his love and compassion for his people in our real lakota leaders who put tha people its me first and maybe u next mentality..
Since OT was abt the Oglala,I thought we were talking abt Lakota nation, which is why I referenced the Black Hills.
Part 1 of 3, of the 2nd Grand Entry at the 24th Annual Oglala Lakota Nation Pow Wow.
Oglala Council banishes Phil Fontaine and all TransCanada Keystone pushers from Lakota Pine Ridge land.
I love being Oglala Lakota and i LOVE being from the rez.
Like my late nights on Tuesday in my other life at the office. Mainly, I get to see two Oglala Lakota men instructing our young Lakota college students. Brother instructing Algebra and Kola Marcell Bull Bear instructing our Lakota language to our students. Pilamaya yelo!
American Indian Philosophy is the topic for next week, dear philosopher friends! We will mainly discuss the works of Russell Means (on the picture) and Black Elk. In other words, we will focus on the world view of the Oglala Lakota. What kind of philosophy is indigenous philosophy, you might wonder... Even though this area within philosophy is almost untouched academically, it can be defended to say (if we need to put it in Western terms) that we will discuss areas related to phenomenology and hermeneutics, besides nature and political philosophy.
A very great vision is needed and the man who has it must follow it as the eagle seeks the deepest blue of the sky. Crazy Horse, Oglala Lakota Sioux (circa 1840-1877)
Several students at Oglala Lakota College in South Dakota are turning their solar lessons into clean electricity. Through a training course offered by the Department of Energy's SunShot Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN), a group of 20 undergraduates and their teachers installed a solar photov...
The country has been "going in the wrong direction" since 1492, says this Oglala Lakota.
Honored to have Henry Red Cloud, Oglala Lakota, founder/owner of Solar Enterprises as our partner to
We didn't need to see the "paper work". But we know some of you, including journalists - did. MazaCoin belongs to the Oglala Lakota Nation.
This is a list of Native American leaders who participated in the American Indian Wars, which occurred throughout the early 17th century until the early 20th century. This list includes both chiefs and others. Name Life Years Active Country of origin Comments Black Elk 1863–1950 1870–1890s Lakota A prominent Wichasha Wakan of the Oglala Lakota, he was a combatant at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. During the late 1880s, he was involved in the Ghost Dance movement and was injured at the Wounded Knee Massacre. Black Hawk 1767–1838 1810s–1830s Sauk Sauk chief who led the Sauk and Fox tribes against the United States off and on during the early 19th century, from the War of 1812 until his eventual defeat following the Black Hawk War. Black Kettle c. 1803–1868 1850s–1860s Cheyenne Cheyenne chief who resisted the American settlement of the Kansas and Colorado territories during the 1860s. After his village was destroyed during the Sand Creek massacre, he participated in the Colorado War with the C ...
oki = hola When 200 Oglala Lakota and AIM followers seized the town of Wounded Knee, S.D., on Feb. 27, 1973, Camp was one of the leaders along with Dennis Banks and Russell Means during the 71-day standoff against federal law enforcement — FBI, Federal Marshals Service and others — that saw bloodshed and the loss of life on both sides. Forty years later, the controversy surrounding the events and facts of the occupation are still argued. Pictured are AIM leaders Dennis Banks (second from left), Russell Means and Carter Camp.
29 December 1170 "Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest?" With those muttered words, four British knights seek out and murder Archbishop Thomas Becket. Becket subsequently becomes a saint and martyr in the Anglican and the Catholic Church 1812 The USS "Constitution" under Captain William Bainbridge, captures the HMS "Java" after a three hour battle off the coast of Brazil 1845 After 9 years as an independent republic, Texas is annexed by the US and becomes the 28th US state 1890 US Army soldiers use four Hotchkiss machine guns to kill over 200 Oglala Lakota at Wounded Knee 1934 Japan renounces the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922 and the London Naval Treaty of 1930 1939 Maiden flight of the Consolidated B-24 Liberator 1940 The Luftwaffe fire-bombs London, killing nearly 200 civilians 1949 KC2XAK in Bridgeport, Connecticut becomes the first UHF television station to operate on a daily schedule 1959 Physicist Richard Feynman gives a speech titled "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom" considered th . ...
Moves Camp, Standing Elk, Little Bald Eagle and Long Soldier...last names of my paternal and maternal grandparents.
"The first peace, which is the most important, is that which comes from within the souls of men when they realize their relationship, their oneness, with the universe and all its powers, and when they realize that at the center of the universe dwells Wakan-Tanka, and that this center is really everywhere, it is within each of us." (These words are from Black Elk, a Holy Man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux), who lived from 1863 to 1950.)
"One does not sell the land people walk on." ~ Crazy Horse, Oglala Lakota
December 21, 1866 Indian Wars Fort Phil Kearny Massacre Part of the war of Red Cloud, the Oglala Lakota leader, after having previous successes against the United States Army, had decided to make a major offensive against the Fort before the snowfall. Numbering more than 1,000 warriors, the tribes of Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho laid a trap for the soldiers. Along the trail, the Cheyenne and Arapaho sat in wait on one side of the trail while the Lakota set on the other and used a small group of warriors as decoys led by a young Crazy Horse, to draw the U.S. troops out. The wagon train of building materials, guarded by 90 soldiers, had left and went after the decoys instead of towards the wagon train that was under attack. All of the soldiers were killed during this battle, hopelessly outnumbered and the worst loss of the U.S. Cavalry on the Plains to date. December 21, 1945, World War II – European Theater, General George S. Patton dies December 21, 1988, USA, Pan Am Flight 103 explodes over Lockerb ...
Oglala Lakota Nation Declare June 26 as Leonard Peltier Day! Leonard will be welcomed with open arms upon...
When a cheif speaks them wise and beautiful words you listen,when a wakaja scred lit one trys to speak u listen and help them understand life,when a femle speaks you love her words for she is are circel,when an elder speaks sit and listen for they know lifes listens, so we warriors must step up to pretect this vaules, mita oyate Oglala Lakota,i still fellow the lakota laws and ways but the white man say im wrong,muga a'lohon meyalo
You have to look deeper, way below the anger, the hurt, the hate, the jealousy, the self-pity, way down deeper where the dreams lie, son. Find your dream. It's the pursuit of the dream that heals you. - Billy Mills, Oglala Lakota.
I liked this pic, because I see similar skin tone to my own. I Ella DeSersa am of two cultures: Oglala Lakota~African American.
"…. shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being." ~Black Elk , Wichasha Wakan, Oglala Lakota
i just have a question for whoever can help me out. (im northern arapaho/oglala lakota...raised arapaho) last summer my daughter and I attended a sundance in SD..where she was given the name 'beautiful butterfly girl' would that be spelled in lakota??
. Let us not censor freedom of speech for you into another area of negativity called controversy.. Networks kiss off with youran investment in a company that allows unchallenged authority in directing any of your operation for even face book would be in controvert networks which is to dispute. America we are free to speak without offense to color traditions heritage and difference of opinions. Let us remain to hold honor in our words whether we like differene or not. Way of almight spirit seeks to teach. Quit being haters awful hard burden to carry within your heart.. Like an albatross around your neck. A symbol of hardship and know it families clans and all supportive of face book friends who indeed are teachers in your expertise of knowledge. Blessings all through this night. Here snow snow snow absolutely breath taking holy Black Hills i imagine the beauty of bear butte badlands and yes the oglala lakota rez. My ship again pulls up anchor sails away gone into realm of dreams. Blessings a ...
Due to some dreams I had last night which brought up some things I've endured in the past, I feel it necessary to share my experience with others just in case it may help them in some way, so thanks for taking the time to read and share if you feel inspired to do so! A few years back, I was living on the rez (Oglala Lakota). I was lonely and suffering inside because I was fresh dealing with arbitrary separation from my children via the court systems. As a result, I wasn't on top of my game and soon got into a relationship with a man who proclaimed to love me, yet he became so abusive he nearly killed me. I remember being so terrified of him that my entire body would shake every time the hint of his jealousy would appear. For my 30th birthday, he gifted me with the worst beating of my life, nearly breaking my ribs and arms and face simply because he heard me talking with joy to my twin brother. I couldn't get up out of bed by myself for days, and just when I was about able to, he'd do it all over again. I ...
Its funny how people start drama and not expect something to go down... people talk so negative about my fam like they kno us so well... they only see the parts of us standing our ground and handling the bs... they dont see the other part of us thats to much for them to handle... I always try to avoid drama becuz of who I am becuz one I wasnt raised to go look for trouble or start trouble but to stand my ground and handle it when it comes... I was raised to be respectful, kind, and a sensitive person thats how I grew up I kno about my family tree where I come from and the history of my culture.. I'm Oglala Lakota, I know about my culture, my people... but it isnt about how much I know or how much I dont know, its about who I am and how I live my life I was always quiet and shy still kinda am today, but I learned to respect others respect elders and even those who talk trash about me or even try to fight me... I was never the fighting type but after growing up in Pine Ridge it was hard trying not to fight ...
Thunderwolf N'dee Native Pride,Native American Actor and friend Moses Brings .Moses J. Brings Plenty is an Oglala Lakota television, film, and stage actor, as well as a traditional drummer and singe
"I salute the light within your eyes where the whole Universe dwells. For when you are at that center within you and I am that place within me, we shall be one." - Crazy Horse, Oglala Lakota Sioux (circa 1840-1877)
Jackie Miller of Presentation College and Cenedra Morrison (40) of Oglala Lakota try to control the ball Monday in Aberdeen. American News Photo by John Papendick
This is beautiful.! Billy Mills was Lakota,Oglala, that won a Gold Medal in a distance run, the U S never one before.! C/my/Pro
Tyler Payer, a junior from Armour, South Dakota takes a shot in the lane in a Lancer victory over Oglala Lakota...
MBB grab win over Oglala Lakota College 97-69. Great team effort tonight!
Ate some Greek Olives from trader Joes and washed them down with a cup of Seattle's Best coffee. All the while living and breathing in Og Town South Dakota. Home of the Oglala Lakota.
Lancers still lead 90-59 over Oglala Lakota with 4:26 remaining in the game.
The Mount Marty Lancers lead the Oglala Lakota Bravehearts 59-33 at halftime. Ciganovic leads the Lancers with 14 points.
Mount Marty Lancers lead the Oglala Lakota Bravehearts 34-15 with 9:07 remaining in the first half.
Mount Marty College leads Oglala Lakota College 14-5 in men's basketball after six minutes of play.
Oglala Lakota, which plays at Mount Marty tonight, saw a Presentation kid hit 12-20 threes last night. is just waiting to ball
The Oglala Lakota live on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, near the Black Hills "...I wish we heard more stories like this, about the beauty of the land and the spirituality and strength of the people..."
ATTENTION PORCUPINE DISTRICT Ella Coleman, Brotherhood Community Chairperson was blocked from reviewing the Brotherhood community census list. Darvis Weston verbal protest prevented Ella from review. Monette Two Eagle snatched the list from Ella and stated confidential. Ella noticed that her family was omitted from the list. Ella's great grandfather Chief White Bull is buried in Brotherhood community. Both her grand fathers are Oglala Lakota. I'm probably omitted also. I'm a large land owner in Brotherhood community and permanent resident over 30 years. PLEASE CHECK TO SEE IF YOUR ON CENSUS.
Y not? i wanna go to Oglala Lakota College & they have a campus in Rapid City. i dnt want to live by myself, so i thought of U!
"Only one thing's sadder than remembering you were once free, and that's forgetting that you were once free. That would be the saddest thing of all. That's one thing we Indians will never do." - Mathew King (Oglala Lakota) Good words. I believe it. ( Thanks Joaquin)
12/15/2013 6:58:00 PM MAYVILLE, ND – The Mayville State men's basketball team defeated the Oglala Lakota College Bravehearts 99-57 on Sunday afternoon at the Lewey Lee Fieldhouse in Mayville, ND. It was the second match-up of these two teams in as many days. The Comets made a statement by outscoring the Bravehearts 60-24 in the first half, which was a bigger advantage than the final score of the first game (MSU 76, OLC 53). The Comets kept that momentum going in the second half as they finished the game with a 99-57 victory that featured 50 points from the bench. Michael Lindsay had a great game for Mayville State, turning in a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Lindsay was 7-of-11 from the floor and also had two steals and two assists. Bench production was key for MSU in this one and Colin Fitz was a big part of that. Fitz scored 15 points (5-for-9 FGs) and grabbed four rebounds. David Olson followed with 12 points (5-for-8 FGs) and three rebounds. Charlton Wilson was very effective as a st ...
"It is well to be good to women in the strength of our manhood because we must sit under their hands at both ends of our lives." ~He Dog, OGLALA LAKOTA~ The women bring us into this life and nurture us as we grow up. When we reach our manhood, she supports us and sings the songs to help the family grow. The Elders say we must look at the woman in a sacred way. We must realize how special her powers are in brining forth life. The woman will bring balance to a man. The woman will help him see. It is said, behind every successful man is a supporting woman. Maybe we should examine how we are thinking about women. The Great Spirit says we should honor them. Are we respecting and honoring our women today? Grandmother, Grandfather thank you for our women. Today, let me honor them.
Hello OlC Business Students,. As many of you already know, Julie Johnson has moved to become Oglala Lakota...
Crazy Horse or Tȟašúŋke Witkó (1840 – September 5, 1877) Oglala Lakota. He took up arms against the U.S. Federal government to fight against encroachments on the territories and way of life of the Lakota people, including leading a war party to victory at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in June 1876. Four months after surrendering to U.S. troops under General Crook in May 1877, Crazy Horse was fatally wounded by a military guard, using his bayonet, while allegedly resisting imprisonment at Camp Robinson in present-day Nebraska. He ranks among the most notable and iconic of Native American tribal members and has been honored by the U.S. Postal Service with a 13¢ Great Americans series postage stamp. Sources differ on the precise year of Crazy Horse's birth, but they agree he was born between 1840 and 1845. According to a close friend, he and Crazy Horse "were both born in the same year at the same season of the year", which census records and other interviews place at about 1845. Encouraging Bear, ...
Charlotte Black Elk, the revered Oglala Lakota historian, discusses why the Black Hills in South Dakota are sacred to Native Americans.
Jesse James and Jada Bugz accompanied mother and I on our Christmas shopping spree. Of course, we hung out at Peppy's pizza while mother shopped. Peppy's has indoor games and a jungle Gym. Jada Bugz preferred to ride the carousel and Jess James was lazer tag. Made my day to hang out with some special people yesterday. Yep, a day in the life of today's Oglala Lakota warrior.
I don't think this is a ghost story but I am still not sure , maybe it was just a waring of what was to come. My father who was 91 and my best friend I have ever had was starting to get dementia but was very healthy his whole life and still walking several miles every day in the Pennsylvania woods! I would call him every Monday morning and talk for an hour or two , in the end of last march we had our regular Monday phone call , on That evening I was home alone my husband and sons were off doing other things! I am in a wheel chair from rupturing a tendon in my foot so I went to put my foot up in bed and saw the arm of a man with brown skin at first I thought my husband or one of my sons had come home with out me noticing so I got in my chair and looked around and nothing , from that time on for two weeks I started seeing this man all the time , he was Native dressed in Traditional clothing and looked confused as he walked through my house, I said nothing because I often see and hear things my family doesn' ...
Oglala Lakota College is chartered by the Oglala Sioux Tribe. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities that enhance Lakota life. These opportunities include community services, certificates, GED, associate, bachelor, and graduate degrees. Oglala Lakota College provides a framework of exce...
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GORGEOUS ! :) -MEANINGFUL POEM ^^ but!. This poem was also written by Malcolm X. And also written by Oglala Lakota, an American Indian. At least one of them must be lying ... :3 -.-
“Grown men can learn from very little children for the hearts of the little children are pure. Therefore, the Great Spirit may show to them many things which older people miss.” ~~ Black Elk, Oglala Lakota Sioux (1863-1950)
there's this Native American college called Oglala Lakota, but you knew that. Anyway, one of bball player's name is 'Tim Has No Horses'. I swear to you. But the best part is there is a female bballer at the same school named, I swear, 'Jami Her Many Horses'...I will stop at nothing until they are married. Tim and Jami Good Amount of Horses
I am Native American and Proud of my heritage, where i come from. Oglala Lakota Sioux..
Tonight! Young Lakota on Independent Lens | PBS. When the first female President of Oglala Lakota defies a South Dakota law criminalizing abortion by vowing to build a women’s clinic on the reservation, the young tribe members are faced with difficult choices. Check your local listings - and join us tomorrow to chat with the filmmakers online.
We are proud to partner with the Oglala Lakota College on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to build resilient...
We should be as water, which is lower than all things yet stronger even than the rocks. - Oglala Lakota (Sioux)
Karlene Hunter (Oglala Lakota), CEO and co-founder of Native American Natural Foods, was recently at the White House for a tribal summit. Native American Natural Foods is best known for its Tanka Bar, a natural food based on traditional Lakota recipe of buffalo and fruit. We'll hear from her on today's DAKOTA MIDDAY at noon CT, 11 MT on SDPB Radio. (Rescheduled from last week)
Working with the Oglala Lakota to create resilient housing and communities.
I'm very pleases to wish you a happy Monday morning. With a proper Sunday, Monday's can be one of the very best days of the week. A day of worship and rest really make for good start to the work week. I know, believe me! B.J. and I recently rented a movie from the Bozeman Public Library. This movie, "Incident at Oglala", affected me, pulled at my spirit. I was inspired to investigate. My investigation did more than pulled at my spirit, it messed me up! Before you balk at the length of my post this morning or decide to read this later, STOP. YOUR PRAYERS ARE NEEDED! We have some neighbors doing very bad. (The facts I'm sharing are from various online sources, and I cannot guarantee that all are 100% accurate, nor can the sources. There are major discrepancies in population estimates and other information, but the picture will be crystal clear.) Thank you and may God bless you. * The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation- South Dakota * The Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Indian Reservation sits in Bennett, J ...
Hello Relatives, Again, Warrior WOman stood up at lunch break and spoke. The treaty people again,seemed to get mesmerized by a woman,who is and was IRA all the way,...she ran for the vice president of the ist tribe,she came on the her BROOM ,and took all the people with her wise words od wisdom telling we have to go into receivership,or be terminated.she spoke like a BIly Graham crusader.heralding. TERNINATION,to ny nation,the GREAT SIOUX NATION. She moved it by resolution to go into what is called RECEIVERSHIP! AGain Warrior WOman told them no! NO RECIEVERSHIP for my people. THis is the BIA again. I have no affiliations with the IRA's,or the BIA,THEY are the reasons my children and I walked in poverty,down reservations roads,while the working class of OST tribal workers in their cars passed me by ,sometimes reving up their mototslouder,letting me know,if it was up to them,they would run over me and kill me so I wouldn't walk reservation roads ,hitch hiking. I have no honor nor respect for all BIA workers ...
Seriously just spent the past 3 hours looking up information on everything I need to enroll for school at the Oglala Lakota College.
why is there so many ppl out there that are scared to be who they are im native an white an look like a white dude but guess what i dont care wut u think ppl that kno me knows that my white mom nor my native father raised me the streets instatutions an prison raised me so whats that make me street a convict fuc that im me 100percent hate it or lov it ur the onlly one that cares cause i dam sure dont care allot of ppl doubt me an i got this 4 that ima do what it is i need to do to make u look stupit so do ur job an keep haten an doubtin me OGLALA LAKOTA OYATE
My movie plays Monday 10pm PBS. Young Lakota It's another from the wonderful team of Rose Rosenblatt and Marion Lipschutz, who make character-driven documentaries by really getting involved with their characters. Thank you Sunny Clifford and Serena Clifford, Brandon Ferguson and all the Oglala Lakota who hosted us out there. I'm very glad to have met you all.
SanCarlos Apache/Oglala Lakota n proud to have family from SD & AZ.
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Native Athletes in the Olympics: Billy Mills (Oglala Lakota), second Native American in history to win an Olympic gold medal 10 meter run at the 1964 Games
Rhonda Whittenberg "They made us many promises, more than I can remember, but they kept one; they promised to take our land, and they did." "Mahpiua Luta "Red Cloud" Oglala Lakota" Though for tonight.
Rocky women's basketball team romped Oglala Lakota College 105-37 tonight, and the men's team followed with a...
The Keystone XL Pipeline Stops in Lakota Territory! “Corporations work this way, to divide communities, to divide neighborhoods, to divide bands, to divide tribes. But there’s only going to be a bit few sellouts that walk with you (TransCanada) little bit sellouts following you around sniffing your money and the rest of us know who they are. The rest of us are going to be strong together for Unci Maka and our water. We don’t want your money. We don’t want you here!” ~Debra White Plume, Oglala Lakota ~TransCanada Representatives Thrown out of Lakota Territory On November 13th 2013, representatives of the TransCanada corporation were thrown out of Lakota territory. The representatives were presenting on behalf of the KXL pipeline after having been invited in by members of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. They were quickly, and forcefully, reminded that they, and the KXL pipeline are not welcome in the lands of the Lakota. Video captured by the Lakota Media Project shows powerful Lakota women remind ...
Some day the earth will weep, she will beg for her life, she will cry with tears of blood. You will make a choice, if you will help her or let her die, and when she dies, you too will die. - John Hollow Horn Oglala Lakota
The cover photo is a dome home "kit" in KC I was going to purchase for Oglala Lakota Elder Barbara High Pine. When complete it would be the Dome home you see "finished'. Thanks to the Haters of HER and ME out of Oberlin OHIO, I can not do that thanks to the money THEY cost me. They are here on FB and you will see their names on the PUBLIC DOCUMENTS I will be posting this weekend! Today I got a call from Barbarabut I did not answer knowing she needed help with electric bill. I think it is only fair that those who "love her and me so much" that they can call LaCreek Electric in Martin SD before she has no ELECTRICITY before the next storm hits SD.
I am so excited. Wopila's Arts and Foods will be having an Arts and Crafts show tomorrow at Oglala Lakota College from 1-5 p.m. in Eagle Butte, SD. We will have authentic earrings, tiny tot bead work, hand drums, drum sticks and will be signing up people early for our Lakota Style Christmas Sing-A-Grams. Come and purchase a Christmas Gift. See everyone there. Tomorrow November 22, 2013. Also reminder to those who are in the Masters Program, Mrs. Conouyer will be here at 9am. tomorrow. BOT scholarships are also coming out tomorrow. Have a good evening. I have to go and cut some wood. Very busy. Stary warm, its gonna be cold! Later!
FREE LEONARD PELTIER!. Shout out to the Sichangu and Oglala Lakota!
In September an Oglala Lakota delegation met with attorneys of the Texas-based law firm Susman Godfrey L.L.P. in Washington, D.C. for three hours to discuss the possibility of a court case relating...
Nice to be well met here, wopila. I travel the Red Road with my Oglala Lakota family. Blessings to you and yours!
Really wish i could be spending time on the rez right now. Missing my Re-member crew and the experience.
When you want to see the magic or feel a miracle, it all takes place in nature. Both created the desire to learn in our Oglala Lakota ancestor's children.
Early career USA lost a war to {Red Cloud}..! Look it up.. 1868 "Much of Red Cloud's early life was spent at war, first and most often against the neighboring Pawnee and Crow, and at other times, against other Oglala. Red Cloud proved his medicine was powerful at age 16 when he survived a near-fatal arrow wound in his ribs. He counted coup* more than 80 times, and coaxed 4,000 warriors from various tribes to ally with him against the white men. In 1841, Red Cloud killed one of his uncle's primary rivals; the slaying caused dissension among the Oglala that persisted for years to come. He gained enormous prominence within the Lakota nation for his leadership in territorial wars against the Pawnees, Crows, Utes, and Shoshones. Young Red Cloud developed a reputation for both bravery and cruelty. His stature among the Oglala Sioux rose early, his having acquired a reputation as a fierce warrior and a man of pronounced ruthlessness to enemies of his people, particularly in campaigns against the Pawnees. The Boz ...
Clarence Wolf Guts Last Lakota Code Talker Dies Todd County Tribune Last Lakota code talker Clarence Wolf Guts dies at 86 When the towers of the World Trade Center fell on Sept. 11, 2001, Clarence Wolf Guts asked his son to call the U.S. Department of Defense to see if the country needed his code talking abilities to find Osama Bin Laden. Wolf Guts was in his late 70s at the time, so his son, Don Doyle, did not make the call, but said the request personified his father's love of country. "He still wanted to help. He was trying to still be patriotic," Doyle said. Wolf Guts, 86, the last surviving Oglala Lakota code talker, died Wednesday afternoon at the South Dakota State Veterans Home in Hot Springs. A Native American code talker from World War II, Wolf Guts helped defeat Axis forces by transmitting strategic military messages in his native language, which the Japanese and Germans couldn't translate. "He's the last surviving code talker from the whole (Lakota) nation. It's going to be a little like the p ...
SD friends, check out Independent Lens on PBS Nov. 25. The first woman president of the Oglala Lakota on the Pine Ridge talks about the problems she's had to face.
Our Oglala Lakota ancestors lived totally immersed in nature and in a time when everything was right in their world however, it meant there was always another understanding to seek. This search for understanding came to those younger ones who listened carefully.
Our Oglala Lakota ancestors saw colors of sunrise and sunset and internalized the wonder of it all and what these colors brought to the living world as sacred movement (Taku Skanskan). This sacred movement we can attempt to understand today but has depth beyond what we know. Their form of self-actualization (wicouncage) back then was civilized.
Danger to the System-- political punk with two members from the Oglala Lakota Nation. together 2003-2006ish
The last code talker of The Oglala Lakota tribe, Clarence Wolf Guts has passed on at age 86 yrs. RIP grandfather, you did well!
Opinion: In the Lakota political system at Manderson, true humble pity the people and act accordingly to Oglala natural law types are not running things because they just feel whats right and act accordingly. They don't talk fancy and kiss BIA *** to advance their personal agenda. Money and power are the Oglala Lakota way of life. Waunshiya icunpo Itacan...
Oglala Lakota warriors have to show the world our strength and wisdom because it gives our next generation a reason to go on. Inexplicably, it helps the non-indigenous people as well.
Grounded some House Blend Starbucks beans for a jolt this morning to get this Oglala Lakota man going this chilly red day. Heard some black ice may be on the roads this afternoon. No tires are made to withstand black ice so drive carefully.
To All Who Have Ordered Lakota Ledger Art Originals, thank you for your patience as the Holiday Season is here, Your Confirmation numbers will be sent to you, Again thank you and have a wonderful remainder of the week, sincerely Quinton Maldonado "Oglala Lakota"
After a long stretch with no games, the women will be in action again Friday night against Oglala Lakota College at 5:30 pm, followed by the men's team at 7:30. With cross country, football, volleyball, and men's soccer on the road for playoffs, come get your basketball fix!
This my friends is a true hero. The industrialized U.S. forgets that we had just stolen these people's land, decimated their families and destroyed their entire way of life just a few decades earlier and here come the Oglala Lakota to help us through WWII... That is love for your neighbor... That is doing right for the sake of doing right... That kind of love for others is what we are all made for
C4 Men's team will be in action tomorrow against the Bravehearts of Oglala Lakota College. Game time is 7:00 pm
Everyone should follow this BAMF! Mr Lyle Jacobs. He is the only Oglala Lakota attending Duke…
There is too much information to cover for a presentation to only be 4 minutes long. Oglala Lakota got some history we need to discuss yo!!
Book: Memoir of life on the Oglala Lakota Pine Ridge Rez in SD by Little White Bird.
Wrong. Often misattributed to Malcolm X, it originated from an Oglala Lakota (Sioux) chief.
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Black Elk was a famous of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux)
On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 five deceased Oglala Lakota veterans from the Pine Ridge Reservation will be...
WHISPER N THUNDER DRUM RAFFLE Tickets purchased through Whisper n Thunder’s Paypal link ONLY and MUST SAY “Drum Raffle” in order to be eligible.    Raffle closes November 30th $10 per one (1) ticket * $25 for three (3) tickets * $50 for six (6) tickets Drum Description 15" Buffalo hide drum (bleached hide) on a 2 1/2" yellow cedar hoop. Drum by Richard Flittie - Drum Maker. Design and painting by Oglala Lakota artist Patrick Joel Pulliam from Pine Ridge South Dakota. Looking for Xmas gifts early? Want to get a gift AND make a difference in a tribal community? Then look no further. This is what the drum maker has to say about this drum. From Richard Flittie: “I'm donating it to a not for profit called Whisper and Thunder (they have a group & page on FB). They raise funds to provide propane and other assistance to Pine Ridge and other Rez's. This drum will be raffled off. It came as one of two drums I made and had Patrick Joel Pulliam, well known Oglala Lakota artist of Pine Ridge, paint for me. ...
You’ll never think about the Oglala Lakota in the same way again.
That is why the Indian is always feathered up, he is a relative to the wings of the air. - Black Elk, Oglala Lakota Sioux
This never gets old. Oglala Lakota winning the Olympic Gold
Not one Lakota knowledgeable about the subject? Bad journalism at the very least...white colonialism at the worse.
Pine Ridge Reservation is crippled by poverty. wants to reverse that.
"Apathy and continued inaction is a decision to maintain the status quo." interview: via
he was one of the wittiest , Oglala Lakota 1840- Dec. 16, 1908
I asked for health, that I might lead a long life; I was given infirmity, that I might appreciate each minute.>> Billy Mills, Oglala Lakota
Testimony: "I am an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe and life always revolved around the reservation.
Today in 1877 Oglala Lakota leader Crazy Horse was killed by a US Soldier while in custody at Ft Robinson Nebraska
Photo: anthonybear: Oglala Lakota leader Tȟašúŋke Witkó (Crazy Horse) is killed at Ft. Robinson today in...
On this day in 1887, Crazy Horse (Oglala Lakota) was assassinated at Fort Robinson, NE.
On This Day: In 1877 Lakota warrior Crazy Horse was bayoneted in the back and killed. Oglala Lakota
The Oglala Lakota leader Crazy Horse was killed during a scuffle with U.S. soldiers on this day in 1877.
Yes, Oglala Lakota specifically. Apologies for any confusion.
The capitol of the Oglala Lakota Nation is without power and it's 100+deg out. Lacreek Electric shouldve realized this beforw cutting it
(NPN) -- Women from the Oglala Lakota tribe and othergroups will hold a march Saturday against alcohol at...
Alcohol Justice Plans Whiteclay Protest Saturday:       (NPN) -- Women from the Oglala Lakota tribe and otherg...
Discussion at work yesterday went like this.
A timely look at the issue of alcoholism on Pine Ridge Reservation, home to the Oglala Lakota. The tribe voted to...
Members of Maple 4 (IA) talk to community members at an outreach event at the Oglala Lakota College in Porcupine, SD.
somebody wrote Oglala lakota all over mine lol shh
Raymond Yellow Thunder Oglala Lakota - 1921 – 1972 You do not understand why America still embraces racism?...
I'm proud to be a Oglala Lakota Sioux There's alot of people that want to be like us I am a Oglala Lakota Sioux
Fully beaded baby carriage by Stephanie Sorbel (Oglala Lakota)
band/ dialect/ nation - Oglala/ Lakota/ Sioux . This is how we identify ourselves among each "Sioux" tribe today.
Our people speak Lakota/Dakota/Nakoda but we're from 7 different Tribes of Sioux. I'm Oglala Lakota Sioux.
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To us it was tame, Earth was bountiful and we were surrounded with the blessings of the Great Mystery. ->> Black Elk, Oglala Lakota Sioux
I received nothing I asked for, yet all my wishes came true. Despite myself & Iktumi, my dreams were fulfilled. Billy Mills, Oglala Lakota
ONE Spirit - An American Charity in Support of the Oglala Lakota. Pineridge Reservation is in critical need of help
I hope noone spends 1 cent in White Clay & that a most of $ made goes towards rehab & whatever else is truly needed.
Oglala Lakota vote to lift 124 year old alcohol ban on Pine Ridge Reservation:
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I understand what youre saying. I can only speak from a oglala lakota perspective bc this is where I come from.
Black Elk- December 1863 – August 19, 1950- Native American Medicine Man of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux). Fathers of...
Welp, cheers to the Oglala Lakota Nation. Unofficial results say Yes to legalizing alcohol on the Pine Ridge Reservation
Do u think it's ok it's called Indian corn? Oglala Lakota Man: Why don't you call it all Indian corn? You got it all from us!
Oglala Lakota kids on Pine Ridge Reservation need backpacks and school supplies!
LOL vote no vote yes the balance and fate of the Oglala Lakota. What about the uranium mine on the border? what about clean water?
Listen to the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribal council meeting on 90.1 KILI radio streaming live online right now.
Grandmother Beatrice Long Spear Holy Dancer, Oglala Lakota at a meeting on the Pine Ridge Reservation on December...
we're working on the Pine Ridge Reservation and the Oglala Lakota! We're helping to improve infrastructure there
Watch this afternoon’s episode of Bridge the Gap for a look into the lives of the Oglala Lakota people on the...
This project means a lot to Native artists and communities. "If our project is fully funded Scatter Their Own will...
Learn how the Oglala Lakota tribe prevails in the face of adversity via their culture. See ‘Bridge the Gap to Pine Ridge’ @ 9pm on
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We have 6 DAYS left to reach out goal on our Indiegogo crowd-fundraiser campaign! We believe so much in the power...
10pm Bridge The Gap To Pine Ridge. Join Chris Bashinelli as he visits Pine Ridge to explore the Oglala Lakota.
Brooklyn dude visits the Oglala Lakota & gets "schooled" by the girls basketball team. HA! Then what? BRIDGE THE GAP TO PINE RIDGE 7pm-5.1
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"It's hard to be proud of your cultural heritage and traditions if every day you face extinction." --Debra White Plume, Oglala Lakota
Got binders? Oglala Lakota College students on Pine Ridge Reservation need 3" and 4" binders for class:
Help make it happen for 'Taste The Time - a Music Video by Oglala Lakota rock band Scatter Their Own'
Tim Lammers is a local Oglala artist who is a master at quillwork.
It is the mothers, not the warriors, who create a people and guide their destiny. ~Chief Luther Standing Bear, Oglala Lakota
I liked a video from Oglala Lakota College Graduation and Pow Wow
Iron Tail - Oglala - 1914 {Note: Sinte Maza (aka Iron Tail) was an Oglala Lakota man who fought at t
Hey Rima your so beautiful I love you Rima I'm probably your only fan that is a Oglala Lakota Sioux please RT
State flags at half-staff today for Chief Red Cloud, last recognized Oglala Lakota tribal civil chief.
Native American Rock Band from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation believing in the power of music and video in this digital age to send a message of change.
AIM's leaders spoke out against injustices against their peoples, as had the African-American leaders of the Civil Rights Movement. AIM leaders talked about high unemployment, slum housing, and racist treatment, fought for treaty rights and the reclamation of tribal land, and advocated on behalf of urban Indians. With its provocative events and advocacy for Indian rights, AIM attracted scrutiny from the Department of Justice (DOJ).[13] The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) used paid informants to report on AIM’s activities and its members.[14][15] In February 1973, AIM leaders Russell Means and Dennis Banks worked with Oglala Lakota people and AIM activists to occupy the small Indian community of Wounded Knee, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Reservation. They were protesting its corrupt government, federal issues, and the lack of justice from border counties. The FBI dispatched agents and US Marshals to cordon off the site. Later a higher-ranking DOJ representative took control of the US government' ...
The American Indian Movement (AIM) is a Native American activist organization in the United States, founded in 1968 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with an agenda that focuses on spirituality, leadership, and sovereignty. The founders included Dennis Banks, George Mitchell, Herb Powless, Clyde Bellecourt, Harold Goodsky, Eddie Benton-Banai, and a number of others in the Minneapolis Native American community.[1] Russell Means, born Oglala Lakota, was an early leader in 1970s protests. The organization was formed to address various issues concerning the Native American urban community in Minneapolis, including poverty, housing, treaty issues, and police harassment.[2] From its beginnings in Minnesota, AIM soon attracted members from across the United States (and Canada). It participated in the Rainbow Coalition organized by the civil rights activist Fred Hampton. Charles Deegan Sr. was involved with the AIM Patrol. In October 1971 AIM gathered members from across the country to a protest in Washington, D.C. know ...
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SCATTER THEIR OWN is an independent Alternative Rock Duo of Oglala Lakota ancestry from the Pine Ridge...
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In 1968 Banks co-founded the American Indian Movement (AIM) in Minneapolis. They were seeking to ensure and protect the civil rights of Native Americans living in urban areas, whom they believed were being discriminated against by law enforcement. Their related goals became to protect the traditional ways of Indian people and to engage in legal cases protecting treaty rights of Natives, such as hunting and fishing, trapping, and wild rice farming. Banks participated in the 1969–1971 occupation of Alcatraz Island, initiated by Indian students from San Francisco of the Red Power movement, and intended to highlight Native American issues and promote Indian sovereignty on their own lands. In 1972 he assisted in the organization of AIM's "Trail of Broken Treaties", a caravan of numerous activist groups across the United States to Washington, D.C. to call attention to the plight of Native Americans. The caravan members anticipated meeting with United States Congress leaders about related issues; but governmen ...
Shown here Frank Lamere from the Omaha Tribe showed up to support the Oglala SIoux Tribal President Brewer on his meeting with the liquor commision and offic...
Understanding the news regarding the Oglala Lakota movement to control off-reservation liquor sales in White...
Nebraska Governor and his liquor industry. Yesterday, Oglala President Bryan Brewer walked out of a meeting, saying that the Nebraska governor disrespected the President, and the governor has no intention of helping halt the devastation being caused by bordertown liquor sales at White Clay. It turns out that the Nebraska governor's top campaign donors include the liquor industry, and these top the list: Double Eagle Distributing in Lincoln, and ANHEUSER-BUSCH, according to the 2012 campaign report.
President Bryan Brewer met for a meeting with the Nebraska Liquor Commision to discuss the alcohol problems facing Lakota Country, President Brewer walked ou...
Oglala Sioux Tribe President Bryan Brewer and Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman had planned for weeks to get together to try to address alcohol sales in Whiteclay and alcoholism on the
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Meeting between Oglala Lakota president and Neb gov ends abruptly with hard feelings.
This is a crying shame,instead of liquor stores they could put in Grocery stores,industry,Places these beautiful Indians could work and still live on their land.The American government is still killing these people on purpose.I AM ASHAMED OF AMERICA
More than 1100 people have been exonerated after wrongful convictions. Despite their innocence, they face a future more grim than convicted criminals.
The funeral for Oliver Red Cloud, a descendent of legendary Lakota Chief Red Cloud, will be held Saturday July 13.
Oh Mitch, you saw how your baby girl cried for you, I try to remind her that you're always with her but I think she's just too young to understand. She blew your candles out and you see where she took your plate? Just cute she didn't go too far from us, I told her as soon as your plate was made you had already eaten of it. One day she'll understand, when she's older. And I just loved the floating chinese lantern Shannon sent up for you kinda made us all choke up some. Just your bros, sis & the 2 crazy cousins Miranda & Shannon and it was all good, I enjoyed the time, so glad we celebrated yours & Francis' birthdays today. Adreanna lit off her fireworks & shared with all the other lil ones there (of course your bros too, seems like they always have more fun then the lil ones do). Mosquitoes were beginning to munch on us, mean buggers! They've all had their baths and now they're in ahbooland except Mahpiya, I swear he's all mixed on his days & nights. I guess i'd better get to bed another busy day, wrap you ...
As spiritual beings, our Oglala Lakota ancestors emitted paramagnetic energy in ceremony. Operating in this frequency of energy, attracted the same source of energy field from life that surrounded them. For this reason, it was easily understood life was all interrelated and how life sustained other life forms. In a nutshell, all life needs other life forms. For example, if the bear, wolf, or giant Redwood trees are taken out of the equation, we will become unfulfilled as human beings.
Rare and old footage of Native American drumming from 1894 in a tribute to our Native American brothers and sisters. Also a big thank you to all the musician...
A Thunder-Being Nation - The Oglala Lakota of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Free tonight? Why not watch the most...
Good Evening my friends and family. The past two days have been overflowing with blessings abundant. Starting with an inspiring speech by Oglala Tribal President Bryan Brewer on Sunday night and ending with the Angelic voice of Manape LaMere as he ended the evening with song. It was a treat to finally meet this talented and strong young man. That evening I hosted fellow activists for the evening and attended the press conference at the Nebraska State Bldg. I am ashamed and sickened at the dismissive actions of our Governor. Then a quick visit to the liquor commission to add just a little more contempt to the fires already brewing inside me. I plan on checking in, via phone and in person every day to ask what our Liquor Commission has done to enforce the laws being broken on a daily basis in White Clay. Then I opened up my heart and my home and brought my Lakota brothers and sisters to my home, to feed them before the long journey back to Pine Ridge. It was an honor and a treat to host these strong ...
Oglala Lakota Nation President walks out of meeting with Neb. gov: via
"We are Earth People, we pray with The Land and The Earth and The Animals, The Wind" - Richard Moves Camp (Oglala Lakota Spiritual Leader) We did once..too We can..again We must..very soon
By the Dawes Allotment Act, a listing of tribal members was made prior to allocation of land to individual households. (The Dawes Rolls became the basis of some tribe's qualifications for membership.) The government allocated 320 acre (1.3 km²) parcels to heads of families, and declared any remaining land as "surplus". The allotment of individual parcels and other measures reduced the total land in Indian ownership, while the government tried to force the people to convert to the lifestyles of farmers and craftsmen. The allocations were not based on accurate knowledge of whether the arid lands were sustainable for the family farms which the government envisioned, and experience has shown that to be an unsuccessful experiment for the Lakota and most homesteaders alike. Self-styled experts recommended regular tilling of the soil to attract moisture from the sky.[2] It turned out that the Plains were settled during a wetter than normal period. Combined with inappropriate farming techniques and more normal d ...
The beauty of the rez, please please submit pics in message area or on wall. No pics of hopelessness allowed.
"Grandfathers, you where the sun goes down, you of the sacred wind where the white giant lives, you where the day comes forth and the morning star, you where lives the power to grow, you of the sky and you of the earth, wings of the air and four-leggeds of the world, behold! I, myself, with my horse nation have done what I was to do on earth. To all of you I offer this pipe that my people may live!" • Black Elk Medicine man Heȟáka Sápa was a famous Wičháša Wakȟáŋ of the Oglala Lakota. He was Heyoka and a second cousin of Crazy Horse. Black Elk was born in December 1863 along the Little Powder River. Wikipedia Born: December 1, 1863, Powder River, MT Died: August 19, 1950, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, SD Books: Black Elk Speaks, The gift of the sacred pipe, The sacred pipe Read more with thanks @
At the beginning of the Great Sioux War of 1876-77, Touch the Clouds stayed with his band at the Cheyenne River Agency through that summer. Shortly after word of Custer’s defeat at the Little Bighorn reached the reservation, Touch the Clouds pleaded with army officers at the nearby post: “Have compassion on us. Don’t punish us all because some of us fought when we had to.” [6] Believing that agency bands were supporting the "hostiles", the army prepared to disarm the friendly Lakota and confiscate their ponies. In late September 1876, suspicious of the Army’s intentions, Touch the Clouds led a breakout of Minneconjou and Sans Arc who fled the agency, abandoning their lodgepoles and other possessions in their hurried flight north. The arrival of these refugees, including Touch the Clouds, Roman Nose, Bull Eagle, Spotted Elk and other headmen, introduced a more moderate element into the leadership of the northern villages. In October 1876, the combined force fought troops in several skirmishes alo ...
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The state of Nebraska has no legal way to shut down beer stores in Whiteclay as long as those stores continue to follow the law, Gov. Dave Heineman said Monday.
Nathan is Lakota, a member of the Oglala Sioux tribe, and has never smoked. However, he worked in a facility where smoking was allowed, and he has experience...
This path on becoming a warrior much like our Oglala Lakota Akicita ancestors, I write about is not so much about learning the art of warfare, it is about becoming a true human being that radiates outward with external energy that influences others to do what is right in the world.
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The Sheriff talks about his blind eye to up holding Nebraska law. Aug 26, 2012 Whiteclay has four off-sale beer stores licensed by the State of Nebraska whic...
Typical Internet CRAP, ..." ring around the rosie ", ... @ 19:50 I brought up Internet, ... a newer newest " Movie ", ... Saw it first time today, ... wanted to " ADD " it, ... It is on again, ... started a repeat, ... 20:00 hrs. wanna' watch it again, ... " D " fhug Internet ISP's, ... EH ??? Movie is, ... we Shall Remain : American Ex {* Experience } 2009 documentary, ... 2 hours, ... on APTN {* Shaw Gang channel 70 } " Wounded Knee - South Dakota - Oglala - Lakota - interesting stuff " already well into OTHER People's " viewing time " NOW, ...
About cried when the guy sang for Chief Oliver Red Cloud, a big loss for the Oglala Lakota Oyate...
The deadline came without a word from the Oglala Sioux Tribe, so the owner of the site of the Wounded Knee Massacre, has put it on the open market.
That taser has one, maybe two charges in it there copper... And Lakota Natives are rather large men. I would be sure you were FAST on the trigger. Because if I were among that crowd, I would give you the *** STOMPING of your life if it were my family I were protecting against profits of rich fat cats. = A cop holds a taser to the neck of a Lakota man who was attempting to block two Budweiser trucks from entering White Clay, Nebraska. Many of the people of the Pine Ridge Reservation have been focusing a lot lately on shutting down the town of White Clay, Nebraska, just off the reservation. Existing only to sell beer and liquor, largely to people suffering from alcoholism, White Clay profits from addiction and death. Alcoholism causes rampant social problems on Pine Ridge and elsewhere, such as abuse of children and deaths from drunk driving. People gathered at the Zero Tolerance Camp at the edge of the reservation, bordering White Clay. Here, people have been camping out to maintain a continued presence, a ...
The prophecies are coming true, this White Bufallo calf was born on July 4th Independence day for western Americans (not for Native Americans). This is the same day our Chief and Leader of the Oglala Lakota people Cheif Oliver Red Cloud made his journey on the Holy road. This is big medicine, please share this, we must spread the word! *** hecetu wi ye. Shunkaha Wanagiwin
Awesome! A new white baby buffalo born on 7-4-13!
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Our Oglala Lakota scientists understood what mattered most is how one lived their life on earth. Their seven principles gifted them the ability to live the type of life needed to sustain life not only for themselves, but for other inhabitants in their region as well. If one promoted this type of lifestyle, their world will prosper and grow.
I think it is highly significant that the Oglala Lakota leader, Oliver Red Cloud, passes from this world & the same day a white buffalo calf is is going to be a strong year ahead! prayers all around.
Hello Relatives I went to high school, then called Holy Rosary Mission. My parents went to school at boarding school OCS,Oglala Community School. My parents were little when they were put in boarding school. I have to tell terrible stories, born 1921,both of them. Early in the century. My dad and mother both have stores of punishment, that was torture, when caught talking Lakota they had to kneel down on their knees,with their arms outstretched shoulder level. WHen they got tired and their arms came down to their sides. The teacher would hit their hands and fingers, with a ruler that had a copper lining the edge. OH my , my mom was very very thin, when she spoke Lakota ,straight bed with only bread and water for supper, she was being starved , now this has hurt my feelings a long long time. THis still brings a tear to the eyes,no matter how many times I told this stories of my parents educational experience. My parents era there was serious epidemic again,called TB tuberculosis. THere was no cure,or pre . ...
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Why do some people find out their " NATIVE " but their in denial ! Until money or land is involved ? I have been an Indian or Native all my life ! I have never been " ashamed " ! NATIVE " PRIDE " always !
what the *** I am lakota oglala sioux.any one want to contest? Wake up in d morm the earth was last nites bed.
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Religion is terrible. If humanity plans to grow as a whole we need to get rid of it. Adam and eve obviously didnt populate the Earth. Thats obsurd. If you are christian, you dont get to chose which parts of the bible to believe. Believe it all or believe none of it. It is so easy to see how false the bible is. Should i mention we found multiple radio signals from outside our galaxy a few days back? If there is a God why do 30 children starve each day? Wake up. Try some deep thought. Escape the indoctrination.
Oglala Sioux Tribe president and activist Bryan Brewer will speak Sunday, July 7 at Vine Congregational Church in Lincoln, Nebraska at 7pm, he plans to meet with Governor Dave Heineman to address Whiteclay's alcohol sales. Brewer is a Vietnam Veteran, former schoolteacher, past principal of Pine Ridge High School, founder and former director of the Lakota Nation Basketball Invitational held annually in Rapid City, SD. You can attend Mr. Bryan Brewer's presentation at Vine Congregational United Church of Christ, 1800 Twin Ridge Rd., southwest of 70th & A St., the event is free and open to the public and you can learn more about the Whiteclay situation. -Tobias
I have sadly been informed today that Chief Oliver Red Cloud, chief of the Oglala Sioux Nation passed away on the 4th of July. I had spoken with him on several occasions and found him to be one of the most pleasant gentleman that I have ever met. While we celebrated our independence he passed probably wondering when his people, all Native Americans, would be able to celebrate their independence. How can America celebrate freedom when they sit and hold a whole nation of people's captive in poverty and prejudice. We are so proud to be Americans but we still can not seem to master the art of being human beings.
These are pictures of the Oglala Lakota Chief, "Crazy Horse"...what he actually looked like.
“Friends, it has been our misfortune to welcome the white man. We have been deceived. He brought with him some shining things that pleased our eyes; he brought weapons more effective than our own: above all, he brought the spirit water that makes one forget for a time old age, weakness, and sorrow. But I wish to say to you that if you would possess these things for yourselves, you must begin anew and put away the wisdom of your fathers. You must lay up food, and forget the hungry. When your house is built, your storeroom filled, then look around for a neighbor whom you can take at a disadvantage, and seize all that he has! Give away only what you do not want; or rather, do not part with any of your possessions unless in exchange for another’s. My countrymen, shall the glittering trinkets of this rich man, his deceitful drink that overcomes the mind, shall these things tempt us to give up our homes, our hunting grounds, and the honorable teaching of our old men? Shall we permit ourselves to be driven t ...
my prayers and sincere condolences go out to the Red Cloud Family and all of the Oglala Lakota Nation in Memory of CHIEF OLIVER Red Cloud!!
Even though I live on the poorest reservation in the nation, I'm proud to call myself a Oglala Lakota(: Le Le Le!
Do you know Oglala Lakota are still known as "American Prisoner of War Camp Yes, today reservations are...
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Deepest sympathies to Chief Oliver Red Cloud's family & friends on his passing. He was a wise & kind leader for the Oglala Lakota people.
Good Story and picture of Chief Red Cloud who started his Journey to the other side RIP, great loss for the Oglala Lakota Nation.
Yes. Freedom Fighters. Speak with your tongues.Sing with the might of the wind in your lungs.
Oglala Lakota Nation has lost a great leader & spiritual power house.
Adrienne K. from Native Appropriations about Gil Birmingham in the Lone Rangers: "I was distracted by the fact that Gil Birmingham, who actually *is* Comanche was sitting there with face and body paint on and doesn’t. have. any. lines. My dad compared it to Civil War movies where they have the Black regiment march by in a scene as a “oh, see, we thought about the POC!” moment. I feel like his cameo was an attempt to show they had Native actor involvement despite the lack of any depth of character."
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