Ho Chunk

A new exhibit at Overture Center features art from members of Wisconsin’s Ho-Chunk tribe. Read more

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UW-Madison was built on land where the Ho-Chunk people lived for at least 12,000 years before white settlers forced them out. The university is trying to acknowledge this painful history with the Our Shared Future endeavor. Read more

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Members of Wisconsin’s Native American tribes come together to protest a bill that would ease protections on sacred burial sites. Read more

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Wisconsin Historical Society

​From 1923 to 1988, generations of tourists enjoyed presentations of authentic song and dance presented by the area’s first residents, the Ho-Chunk people. “Stand Rock Indian Ceremonial Reawakened” revives that tradition for a single performance. Read more

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The Ho-Chunk Nation doesn’t get enough credit for its attempts to diversify its economy beyond gaming revenues. But this project has the potential to be a big win for the Ho-Chunk Nation and the city of Madison. Read more