In October 2019, the SMSC launched Understand Native Minnesota, a philanthropic campaign to improve educational resources and training for teachers and administrators on Native American content in Minnesota.
With the SMSC Wacipi taking center stage later this month, learn more about one of the most important parts of the SMSC’s largest event the drum groups.
You may have noticed the SMSC shield just about everywhere you look around the SMSC grounds including the newly painted water tower, but do you know what it is all about?...
Throughout history, the year’s longest day of sunlight has been noted and celebrated by many cultures around the world. Summer solstice, which happens each year around June 21, is a time-honored tradition that brings a period of celebration worldwide.
Upper Sioux Indian Community Members Teresa Peterson and Walter “Super” LaBatte Jr., co-authors of Voices from Pejuhutazizi: Dakota Stories and Storytellers, will share stories from their book and talk about the importance of family and community storytelling.