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Stacey Thunder's 'Indigenous' Series Is Here! Watch the Premiere Episode
For over a decade, journalist Stacey Thunder (Red Lake and...
Life Is So Great! 12 Uplifting Hip Hop Videos by Native Americans
The musical genre known as hip hop often gets a bad, well,...
Doing Her Part: Young Girl Fights Poverty in Sundance-Honored Short Film
When the Sundance Institute put out a call for entries for...
Tanya Tagaq's 'Animism' Nominated for 3 Juno Awards
Animism, the latest album by Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq...
Misty Upham Honored in 'In Memoriam' Tribute at SAG Awards
The late actress Misty Upham, Blackfeet, was included in...
Native Humor: Top 10 Native Dating Site Bios
In the age of dating sites like Match.com, eHarmony and...
Arts and Entertainment
It's Wednesday, and A Tribe Called Red Will Burn Your Village to the Ground (for Free!)
On Thanksgiving, A Tribe Called Red gave their fans a gift: a new, free, downloadable track called "Burn Your Village to the Ground." In sharing the link on Facebook , the trio who...
Adios, 'Ugg A Wugg': Native Composer Updates Song for NBC's 'Peter Pan Live!'
Chickasaw composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate was recruited by NBC to devise changes for the song "Ugg-a-Wugg" for their upcoming broadcast Peter Pan Live!...
Longmire Lives! Netflix Rescues Popular Series, Graham Greene Thrilled
When A&E announced the cancellation of Longmire , a police drama set in Wyoming, fans were heartbroken...
Idiotic But Plausible: 'We Are All Natives' Urban Outfitters Parody Amuses, Offends
After all the company has been through, Urban Outfitters would have to be really, really dumb to introduce a collection of clothing that unapologetically rips off Native style and ...
This Inupiaq Video Game Is Fun, Deep, and Just Might Change Your Life
The video game Never Alone ( Kisima Ingitchuna in Iñupiaq) , created with the cooperation of the Iñupiat of Alaska, was released for XBox, PlayStation4, PC and PC Steam on November...
Esteemed Poetry-Play 'Cedars' Coming to NYC in January (and Casting Now!)
CEDARS is a stage play gathered up from the voices of contemporary Native poets, it has crossed Turtle Island over the last 12 years from Seattle’s Day Break Center and will come t...
A Native Musician in Paris: Pura Fé Cuts a New Album With French Musicians
In November, musician and singer Pura Fé Antonia Crescioni performed with 12 other musicians in a concert celebrating the launch of Nueva Onda Records at the Trianon Theater in Par...
The Good and the Bad: 12 Recent Tweets You Might've Missed
At any given moment, the Twittersphere is awash with wisdom, idiocy, diatribes, mawkish remarks and useful and useless links that'll take you to stories and photos and nonesense an...
‘Book of Rules’: Memoir Tackles Mental Illness, Sexual Trauma and Native Identity
Elissa Washuta, Cowlitz Indian Tribe, writes with fearless, gut-wrenching honesty and ambition in her creatively crafted memoir, My Body Is a Book of Rules ...
Smudging the Colonizer's Lens: Artists Challenge Old Imagery With 'Regarding Curtis'
Two truisms to live by—“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and “One man’s ceiling is another man’s floor.” This dichotomy of perception is never more pronounced than when the su...
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