Oglala


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a member of the Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux and who formerly inhabited the Black Hills of western South Dakota

a Siouan language spoken by the Oglala

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The White House Initiative for Native American and Alaska Native Education and the Bureau of Indian Education, brought together approximately 120 educators with local, state, and federal leaders last month to attend Oglala Lakota Living, Language and Learning: a Gathering of Pine Ridge Educators.
Critique: Impressively well written, exceptionally well organized, and deftly presented, "Red Cloud: Oglala Legend" is an informed and informative read from beginning to end.
Critique: An outstanding historical reference resource, "Welcome to the Oglala Nation: A Documentary Reader in Oglala Lakota Political History" must be considered an essential and core addition to academic library Native American Studies collections in general, and Lakota History supplemental studies lists in particular.
Right: Takes Enemy, or Toka-Wicakin, Oglala Sioux, was born in 1870, the son of Little Son and Wears Whirlwind.
One Feather was elected Oglala Lakota Tribal President in 1970, making him the youngest to hold that position in tribal history.
Oglala Lakota College wants to expand its nursing programs, including a certified nursing assistant option, to meet the work demands at that new nursing home, as well as at Indian Health Service, Native Women's Health Clinic, and Health Administration programs.
Marian White Mouse, a member of the Oglala Lakota, says the white bison provides hope of good fortune to come.
More than 35 total presenters, including activists and authors Marianne Williamson, Barbara Marx Hubbard , Gregg Braden, James O'Dea , Kenny Ausubel, and Kenneth Johnson join with Indigenous peoples representing the Mayan, Sioux, Mohawk, Navajo, Choctaw, Blackfoot, Hopi, Arapaho, Havasupai, Oglala, Cheyenne, Tewa, and Northern Ojibwa tribes including Don Alejandro , the Head of the Mayan Council of Elders, Leroy Little Bear, and 6 members of the Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe said it is demanding 500 million dollars in damages for the cost of health care, social services and child rehabilitation caused by chronic alcoholism on the reservation, which encompasses some of the nation's most impoverished counties, the Fox News reported.
Glenn Goulet, the company chief executive officer, said, 'said, 'The Oglala Sioux Tribes decision to switch casino management system vendors is testament to the value proposition that our systems provide operators worldwide.
Department of Justice (DOJ) agencies and three tribes--the Northern Cheyenne, the Oglala Sioux, and the Pueblo of Zuni--to improve criminal justice systems within these communities by reducing crime and increasing safety.
The architect of General Custer's defeat at the Little Big Horn, Oglala warrior Crazy Horse was one of the strongest opponents ever faced by the U.
Clara Shinobu Iura, Santo Daime (Brazil), Maria Alice Compos Freire, Santo Daime (Brazil), Margaret Behan, Arapaho/Cheyenne (Montana), Rita Pitka Blumenstein, Yupik (Alaska), Beatrice Long Visitor Holy Dance, Oglala Lakota (South Dakota), Rita Long Visitor Holy Dance, Oglala Lakota (South Dakota), Bernadette Rebienot, Omyene (Gabon, Africa), Mona Polacca, Hopi/Havasupai/Tewa (Arizona), Julieta Casimiro, Mazatec (Mexico), Agnes Baker Pilgrim, Takelma Siletz (Oregon), Floredmayo, Mayan (Central America; New Mexico), Aama Bombo, Tamang (Nepal), Tsering Dolma Gyaltong, Tibetan Buddhist (Tibet)
government signed a treaty with the Oglala Sioux Tribe in 1868 agreeing that if "bad men among the whites" hurt an Indian, the feds would reimburse the injured person.
Since the end of 1998, "Lakota Fund has made 338 micro loans to members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.