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Restoring (Some of) Turtle Island

According to the TRUTH Project research, the U.S. government paid the Dakota two cents per acre in 1851. Circle News reported the land was then sold for 251 times that amount.

The Magical Root

That’s what it used to be like in our very tiny, rural Minnesota town where everyone knew each other, they knew what you liked to drink, and they most likely knew a lot of your secrets too.

Developing the Ethnic Studies Curriculum

Studies show that when students participate in ethnic studies, they are more engaged when their curriculum reflects diverse — not monolithic — backgrounds.

Healing With the Land

Gabby Menomin is part of a team working to resurrect an underground creek in Saint Paul for the well-being of the community and the land.

Walking for the Water

GitchiGami is the largest freshwater lake in the world. It is worth a walk around its 2,726–mile shoreline to speak to the water spirits.

A Circle by the River

Line Break Media and 100PercentMN, a coalition of organizations…

Protecting Minnesota Families at the Legislative Level

"Please use this as an example of what happens when we see the pain in our communities and we support them — they show up in really powerful ways.”

Celebrating the Advocacy and Principals of Honor the Earth

"Water and women are one and the same. They deserve our love and protection.”

2022 Changemaker Missy Whiteman: Indigenous Media Innovator

“This is the way we create now — we come together and use art as ceremony.”

Snowed In

(L–R) Juliana Welter, Heather Friedli, and Maggie Thompson.…

New Indigenous-Led Operatic Film Portrays the Life of Zitkála-Šá

It is the first opera to include lyrics in the Dakota language.

Stepping Out for BIPOC and LGBTQ+ Candidates

Supporters of women of color and LGBTQ+ legislative candidates came out to celebrate the intersectional movement