Dakota



Marshall Longie and the podcast team
"You're at work and a guy whips out his wallet with a big FBI badge and says, I want to ask you some questions." Spirit Lake Vocational Rehabilitation Project Director, Marshall Longie explains how a project went from management indicted on federal charges to a model of success for other social service programs. Advice: Be honest. They probably already know the problems. Focus on the daily successes. The key to recruiting people to your program is RESPECT, regardless of age or disability, show everyone the same respect you would your own family members.

Straight Outta Spirit Lake Dakota Nation





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Happy Freebie Friday the 13th! Seeing as this is Native American Heritage Month, we know many students and teachers are learning about different tribes and customs. 7 Generation Games encourages that education and to help, today’s #FreebieFriday gift are two videos on the Dakota. The YouTube videos cover the essential […]

Freebie Friday: Native American Videos on the Dakota People


We are excited that 7 Generation Games was featured in Indian Country Today Media Network! See the article below or click here.   Math Video Games Being Tested in Reservation Classrooms 2/18/15 Six schools on two North Dakota reservations are piloting a series of cutting-edge math video games that bridge math, […]

7 Generation Games featured on Indian Country Today Media Network