How Lakota Horse Culture Is Helping Treat Child Trauma in South Dakota
Greg Grey Cloud is combining traditional Lakota horse rituals with equine therapy to treat PTSD—and much more.
Letter From Sapelo Island, Georgia: The Last Surviving Gullah Community
Former slaves set up the community of Hog Hammock so that, separated from the mainland, they could farm, raise livestock, and preserve elements of their African heritage, including the English Creole/African Gullah dialect.
Letter From Stone Mountain, Georgia: Reclaiming Stone Mountain From the Alt-Right
How Stone Mountain—the world's largest and most immovable Confederate monument—could become a battlefield where neo-Confederates from across the country make their last stand.
Letter From Oxford, Mississippi: Where Public Defenders Go to Church
While Gideon's Promise offers training in courtroom tactics and storytelling for public defenders, its goal is much larger: to create a nationwide community.
The Miseducation of Frank Waln
On and off the reservation, American schools tend to whitewash the stories of Native Americans. Frank Waln, a Lakota hip-hop artist from He Dog, South Dakota, is endeavoring to change that — with music that champions his heritage while demolishing Native American stereotypes.