South Dakota is known for lots of things, but its history as a killing ground for past presidents is how some know it best.
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Maisie Hurley elevated oppressed voices way back in 1946.
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From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.
Tony Enos, an “urban Indian,” uses music melded with gender queerness to carry on Native American tradition in style.
The traditional Maori proverb Ka mua, Ka muri is so relevant to our lives today.