Lakota Oyate Ki is a Native American culture club located within the walls of the Oregon State Penitentiary. The Lakota Club is organized by Native inmates to provide quality programs and support to address the unique social, cultural, and economic needs of Native inmates. The Lakota Club is led by Native inmates; through their organizing, the Lakota Club is preserving, restoring and sustaining their Indian heritage and connection with the broader Native community.
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Restoring Native Culture inside the Oregon State Penitentiary
Lakota Oyate Ki is working to preserve Native culture in one of the most difficult organizing environments in Oregon — and they’re securing some major victories! More »