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Thing About Skins
Musique a la Rez! French Filmmakers Turn Lens on JJ Otero's Native-Soul-Rock
They say that music is a universal language—well, JJ Otero...
Good News NDN Comics Fans! 200-page Collection 'Moonshot' Is Coming Your Way
The most exciting comics project we've heard of recently is...
A 3-Minute Must-Hear Poem: 'Love You Some Indians' Says It All
Natives on the frontiers of the culture wars have a host of...
A Jimmy Fallon for Indian Country? Derek Miller's Late-Night Adventure
On Tuesday, January 6, the Guilt Free Zone made its TV...
9 Times Steven Paul Judd Made Your Day With His Awesome-Sauce Art
He makes art "for Indians to have, and that gets white...
Artist to Harper: I Will Tweet One Portrait of a Missing/Murdered Woman Each Day
Toronto-based cartoonist and illustrator Evan Munday is...
Arts and Entertainment
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
Our Sunday wrap-up of some of the big stories we covered this week from Indian country...
29 Beers That Have Used American Indian Imagery
Selling beer to Indians is a controversial business, as shown by the recent federal lawsuit filed against the state of Nebraska by the Oglala Lakotas of Pine Ridge over sales of al...
Métis Musician Donny Parenteau Performs at Rideau Hall and on Parliament Hill for National Celebrations
Donny Parenteau was somewhat skeptical at first when organizers of an Ottawa concert asked him whether he could be available for three days even though he was performing on just on...
The Thing About Skins Photo of the Week: 'Return of Blue Lake 40th Anniversary'
Anthony "Thosh" Collins
ANTHONY “THOSH” COLLINS is a photographer from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona and currently resides in Los Angeles, California...
The Tonto Files: Big Picture Movies
The Tonto Files is an occasional series of ruminations and riffs on Tonto, a fictional sidekick from the radio days who is suddenly the world's most talked about Indian...
Pine Ridge's Heritage Center Ready to Go Global
The Heritage Center of Red Cloud Indian School , on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, is already one of the country’s most important exhibitors of Native American art, despite its...
Lumbee Rocker Willie French Lowery's 1969 Psychedelic Album to Be Reissued
Willie French Lowery, who died on May 3, was a towering cultural figure in the Lumbee tribe, and a musician of great skill whose professional career spanned more than four decades...
National Aboriginal Day Fever Grips Canada
From Parliament Hill to the most remote community, on June 21 aboriginals and Canadians alike are celebrating the annual tribute to First Nations, Inuit and Métis, the Indigenous P...
Standup Comedian Charlie Hill Tells NPR He’s Living the ‘Indigenous Dream’
In an interview with National Public Radio , pioneering Native comedian Charlie Hill, Oneida-Mohawk-Cree, talks about his journey from the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin reservation to...
Weaver Crane Day Gets Medieval on Pueblo Gothic
Crane Day , Osage, says the loom is his mistress. The award-winning hand weaver knew it from the time he first sat at the loom, 50 years ago...
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