The Evolution of an Exhibition: Community Voices Help to Define the Horse Nation

The powerful and irrevocable bond between the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ and the Horse Nation is the subject of a groundbreaking exhibition set to open at The Heritage Center in the fall of 2016. More than a year ago, Heritage Center Director Mary Maxon started a series of conversations with artist and filmmaker Keith BraveHeart about a potential exhibition celebrating the Horse Nation as it is seen through the eyes of the people of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ. READ MORE


Click HERE to see Education Week's comprehensive piece on Education in Indian Country.

HERE is AMERICA Magazine's documentary "Jesuit and Lakota: Graduation at Red Cloud".


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Click HERE to see the Pine Ridge Community Storytelling Project from National Geographic.