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  • Will the Badlands become the first tribal national park?

    Will the Badlands become the first tribal national park?

    Oglala Lakota leaders hope to transform their bombed-out Badlands and help lift the tribe out of poverty, but it won't be easy.

  • Audio: Where the buffalo roam

    Freelance writer Josh Zaffos talks about his trips to the Pine Ridge Reservation and what he learned about how tribal members are reclaiming their property and their traditions.

  • A new land grab

    A new land grab

    The Oglala Lakota are determined to reclaim both their land and cultural heritage.

  • Trouble over the Badlands

    In South Dakota, Oglala Sioux activists from the Pine Ridge Reservation are fighting for full control of the southern half of Badlands National Park

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