Last May, the beer stores in the town of Whiteclay, Nebraska were finally shuttered for good, after the Nebraska Liquor Control Board decided against renewing their licenses. This action came on the heels of more than 130 years of protests against the town and it’s sole industry. Groups ranging from Christian activists to members of [ Read On… ]

The Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation is one of the oldest and largest Indian reservations in the United States. While its history is complex and filled with intrigue, it was essentially founded in 1868 by the Laramie Treaty. Today, tragically, the Pine Ridge reservation has become a petri dish for the growth of nearly every [ Read On… ]