Solar Woman Warrior: Cheyenne Poor Bear

Originally posted on Sustainable Development, Sustainable Livelihoods:
By Jamie Folsom, National Director Renewable energy fields like solar are a bright pathway for women, and for Cheyenne Poor Bear (Oglala Lakota), solar technologies are a great opportunity to live out her values and traditions. “Growing up Native, we always emphasized taking care of Mother Earth and…

Arapaho Lands

Originally posted on The Decolonial Atlas:
Heeneisih’iinou’u biito’owuu (How the Lands are Named) in Hinono’eitiit (Arapaho). Research from the Arapaho Project at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Map by Jordan Engel. Hinono’eino (Arapaho) knowledge of the land extends far and wide across the Great Plains, Rocky Mountains, and beyond. This map covers the modern states…