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20 More Glorious Portraits of Native Americans by Ryan Red Corn
It was almost exactly one year ago that we featured...
10 Racist Advertisements Featuring Native Americans
Throughout modern, consumption-obsessed history, there have...
Watch the Intense Trailer for 'Mekko,' Sterlin Harjo's Latest Film
Sterlin Harjo, Seminole and Muscogee, is one of the most...
Native Children as Hope for the Planet: Warrior Project Snaps Kids in Utah and Rhode Island
The Warrior Project is a photographic journey by Tailinh...
20 Stunning Views Along the Great Inka Road
The Inka Road stretches over 24,000 miles through six...
New Mexico's Native Women Tell Their Stories in 'A Thousand Voices'
A Thousand Voices gets it a thousand percent correct. ...
Arts and Entertainment
Mashpee Nine Video: Fight for Tribal Justice Continues With Documentary
In anticipation of the 40 th anniversary of the police raid on a group of Native American drummers, the documentary “Mashpee Nine: The Beat Goes On” will be filmed this summer...
A Farewell Party for Allan Houser's Footprints, and a Toast to Native Treasures
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) presents an interesting afternoon and evening on May 30 as the exhibit Footprints: The Inspiration and Influence of Allan Houser closes...
Ever Heard of 'Throatboxing'? This Young Inuit's Vocal Skills Will Amaze You
Nelson Tagoona grew up in Baker Lake, Nunavut, in an Inuit community that retained the old ways of hunting and fishing but was vexed with all-too-common modern Indigenous problems...
Beats and Poetry: Gyasi Ross Discusses 'ISSKOOTSIK (Before Here Was Here)'
Author, activist, attorney, spoken-word artist, and ICTMN editor-at-large Gyasi Ross has just released his album ISSKOOTSIK (Before Here Was Here) ( Amazon | iTunes ) on the Cabin ...
Randy Mantooth of 'Emergency!' Looks Back and Forges Ahead
Many television viewers who grew up in the '70s may immediately recognize Randy Mantooth as the brown haired, wavy-locked paramedic and firefighter on the long running TV Series Em...
Billboard.com Spotlights Aboriginal Artist's Debut Music Video
Billboard.com, the website of the highly influential record-industry magazine Billboard, has spotlighted the debut music video by Once a Tree , a husband-and-wife duo fronted by Ja...
Native Humor! 10 LOL-Worthy Pictures You'll Want to Share
Facebook tip!: If you like a little chuckle-worthy silliness to come through your timeline now and again, you should "like" the REZLIFELOL Facebook page ...
Photo: Iconic Big Dipper Totem Restored By Tlingit Carver
Cris Derksen Takes Her Cello for a Red Ride
The Red Ride Tour features a collective of Aboriginal musicians with a goal to showcase the diverse talent of artists from across North America...
Teachable Moment?: Skyhawk Says Adam Sandler Movie Incident Can Create Understanding
Sonny Skyhawk, Sicangu Lakota, is the founder of American Indians in Film and Television , an organization founded in 1981 to "create a better understanding of issues pertaining to...
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