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The Brotherhood of the Buffalo

Native bison business catches second wind

RAPID CITY, South Dakota — When Native American Natural Foods launched Tanka Bars and Tanka Bites in 2007 it had a mission:  “To heal the people and our Mother Earth by building a company that innovates real food products based on the traditional values of Native American respect for all living things by living in […]

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Lakota grandmothers fight man camps amid pandemic

Keystone XL Pipeline construction proceeds, bringing thousands of workers — and threat of Covid-19 — to reservation

The threat “causes eerie memories for us with the infected smallpox blankets that were distributed to tribes intentionally in the 1800s,” said Faith Spotted Eagle, a member of the Brave Heart Society and Yankton Sioux Tribe. “It is absolutely similar, whereby we lost thousands of people in our tribes along the Missouri River.”

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