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American Indian Studies ‘Long Overdue’ at SDSU

South Dakota State University will soon begin to offer a new tribal studies major.

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Oglala Sioux to Have Own Commemorative Coins

The Oglala Sioux Tribe in South Dakota will soon have its own set of privately minted commemorative coins with designs honoring Native American heritage and culture.

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Tribe Revokes Lease for Only Grocery on Pine Ridge

The Oglala Sioux Tribe has revoked the building lease for the only grocery store on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation because of continued complaints about spoiled food.

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Honor Song Group Protests Outside Chamberlain Graduation

Members of the Crow Creek and Lower Brule tribes gathered outside the National Guard Armory in Chamberlain to play an American Indian honor song for high school graduates as they filed out of the building.

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Tribal Leader Wants Boycott of Chamberlain

The chairman of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe is calling for an economic boycott of the city of Chamberlain, after the school board in the southeastern South Dakota city refused to allow a tribal honoring song during Sunday's graduation ceremony.

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Funding to be Topic at Indian Foster Care Summit

How tribes can secure direct funding for foster care will be one of the topics covered during the last day of a summit focusing on Indian child foster care in South Dakota.

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Tribal Members Walk Out of Keystone Meeting

Tribal representatives walked out of a meeting with U.S. State Department officials who came to Rapid City to discuss concerns about the Keystone XL pipeline project.

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South Dakota State Adding American Indian Studies Major

The state Board of Regents says South Dakota State University will begin offering an undergraduate degree in American Indian studies starting this fall.

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Judges to Speak at Summit About South Dakota Foster Care

Tribal and state judges will be among the speakers Thursday at a summit focusing on Indian child foster care in South Dakota.

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Quirk in Health Law Will Affect Native Americans in South Dakota

A quirk in the federal health care law that could force tens of thousands of people who identify as Native American to start paying for insurance or pay a fine isn't expected to affect many in the Dakotas.

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