Crazy Horse Memorial Draws Attention to Living Mission in Indian Country
October 31, 2021
Crazy Horse Memorial Draws Attention to Living the Mission and Carving the Mountain is the Smallest task as the Mission is so Much Larger.
Crazy Horse Memorial® Supports Local Native American-Owned HeSapa Enterprises
September 26, 2021
In what is rapidly becoming a holiday tradition, locally-owned Native American business HeSapa Enterprises has created the exclusive Crazy Horse Memorial® holiday ornaments. HeSapa Enterprises works closely with Korczak’s Heritage, Inc., which operates the Crazy Horse Memorial® gift shop. HeSapa has made hundreds of laser-engraved ornaments for Crazy Horse Memorial® annual holiday fundraising efforts for over four years.
Crazy Horse Memorial Hosts 2nd Annual Medicine Wheel Riders and Showcases MMIW Display
August 29, 2020
CRAZY HORSE, S.D. (Aug. 28, 2020) — Earlier this month, at the request of organizers, the Crazy Horse Memorial welcomed the 2nd annual Medicine Wheel Ride to its cultural and educational complex in the Black Hills. On that Sunday, Aug. 9, indigenous riders and their friends, including Sturgis Mayor Mark Carstensen, gathered at sacred Bear Butte for a short ceremony and bike blessing and then rode together to Crazy Horse Memorial for lunch, guest speakers, and a group photo.
Crazy Horse memorial Foundation Provides Tools for Success
November 12, 2019
Dakota State University senior, Carl Petersen, is a former student of The Indian University of North America.
Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation Recognized for Supporting Native American Students
October 19, 2019