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Medicine man opens Sun Dance to non-Natives


Leonard Crow Dog, a Lakota medicine man, says the Sun Dance and other Lakota ceremonies should be shared with non-Natives.

Crow Dog, a former American Indian Movement activist, allows non-Natives to take part in Sun Dances he holds. He criticizes other who want to limit the ceremonies to Natives.

Crow Dog is currently leading a Sun Dance in Nebraska. It is believed to be the first one held in the area in recent years.

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Native Sun Dance, rare in the area, is being held (The Lincoln Journal Star 7/18)