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Native Hip Hop Artists Abroad! Frank Waln and Nataanii Means in Paris
Editor’s Note: Before the ISIS attacks on Paris in mid-...
VOTE NOW: Native Father and Son Hope to "Crash the Super Bowl" with Doritos Ad
Native actor Jeff Barehand (recently seen on Z Nation) and...
Bakken Boondoggle: Watch John Oliver Drill Into North Dakota’s Oil Fields
Until recently, North Dakota, or “South DeCanada,” has been...
Native Humor: 8 Points of Wisdom from Doctor Coyote
The coyote is complex and devious, hence the title '...
“Incredible Wonder and Magic”: Distant Thunder Rolling Toward Broadway
Stage and screen actor Shaun Taylor-Corbett, Blackfeet, has...
4 Videos: Youngest Dancer Steals the Show During Seneca Dances
Liam Dowdy, 2, stole the show at the opening of the Seneca...
Arts and Entertainment
Plex Releases Idle No More Anthem -- With a Little Help from John Lennon
Indigenous hip hop artist Plex has joined the legion of artists who've been inspired by the Idle No More movement, recording "No More," a rousing single in support of the cause...
Flutist Jay Red Eagle: Doing What He Loves, With his Whole Heart
Dawn Karima Pettigrew
Jay Red Eagle is a multi-talented musician and business man, who has an impressive ability to creatively multi-task...
Xena’s Lucy Lawless Gets Fine But No Jail Time for Arctic Drill Ship Trespass
'Warrior Princess’ Lucy Lawless was sentenced to 120 hours of community service and ordered to pay what amounts to $547US ($651NZ) in fines, along with seven fellow protesters who ...
Duke Fraternity Suspended After Hosting Asian Theme Party
Opponents of an Asian-themed party hosted by a fraternity at Duke University dubbed it the “racist rager,” and the frat responsible, Kappa Sigma, has been suspended by its parent o...
Navajo Singer Radmilla Cody: Grammys-Bound and Grateful
Navajo recording artist Radmilla Cody, a former Miss Navajo Nation, is nominated for a Grammy Award in the Regional Roots Album category for Shi Kéyah — Songs For The People , a di...
Racist Stereotypes in Sports to be Discussed at NMAI Thursday
On Thursday, February 7, the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC will host "Racist Stereotypes and Cultural Appropriation in American Sports"—a symposium that ...
Renowned Artist George Flett Walks On
The art world lost a beloved figure on January 30. George Flett, a nationally recognized artist walked on at his home in Wellpinit, Washington at the age of 66...
Rolling Stone Takes Note of Idle No More
Rolling Stone has gotten wind of Idle No More, and a story posted on February 4 explains in concise terms what the movement and the controversy that started it are about...
Henry Louis Gates Jr. Answers Genealogy Questions
To kick off Black History Month, Henry Louis Gates, host of the PBS series Finding Your Roots , will be answering genealogy questions on a blog called The Root...
Century-Old Native American Vest Donated to Seattle Goodwill
A vest discovered in a trunk donated to the Seattle Goodwill in 2006 has been donated to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture on the University of Washington campus, als...
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