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Arts and Entertainment

Konnie LeMay
4/15/11
Award-winning writer Jim North­rup , Ojibwe, is not just a storyteller. Along with his wife, Patricia, Dakota, he is also known as a language warrior for reviving Ojibwe...
Konnie LeMay
4/15/11
Reading Anishinaabe Syndicated is like sitting down and listening to Jim Northrup—and that’s a fine and entertaining way to spend your time...
Richard Walker
4/14/11
Works by some of Australia’s most talented aboriginal artists are being exhibited at the Jeffrey Moose Gallery, 1333 Fifth Ave., through April...
Richard Walker
4/14/11
The San Juan Historical Museum has made an agreement with the Samish Indian Nation for the care of an indigenous 16-foot cedar canoe believed to date from the pre-settlement era...
ICTMN Staff
4/14/11
A new documentary, Run to the East , about three American Indian high school distance runners and Wings of America participants, made its debut at The Arizona International Film Fe...
ICTMN Staff
4/13/11
Ten young indigenous filmmakers have submitted their short videos to the imagineNATIVE competition; the winner will win a trip to the 2011 imagineNATIVE Film Festival in October, w...
Alison Owings
4/11/11
For Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans , author Alison Owings journeyed across America—east to west, north to south, and back again—to document what Native Americans from...
Elle Andra-Warner
4/10/11
When Olive Patricia Dickason entered academia at age 50, the award-winning Métis journalist was appalled at the historical descriptions she heard and read of Canada’s aboriginals...
Lisa Charleyboy
4/9/11
Dinner parties and cocktail parties held at someone’s home have become de rigeur lately...
ICTMN Staff
4/9/11
Margaret “Peggy” Speas, professor of linguistics, was recently nominated by her peers as a University of Massachusetts Amherst Spotlight Scholar for her 20-plus years of work to pr...

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