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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. ...
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Excerpt: Anishinaabe Syndicated—on Veterans and Environs
Award-winning writer Jim Northrup, Ojibwe, has penned his column, the "Fond du Lac Follies ," since 1989. Before that he spent time in the U.S...
Jim Northrup: Veteran, Wordsmith, Language Preserver
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...
Review: Anishinaabe Syndicated—a Dam Good Read
Reading Anishinaabe Syndicated is like sitting down and listening to Jim Northrup—and that’s a fine and entertaining way to spend your time...
Works by Australian Aboriginal Artists Exhibited in Seattle
Works by some of Australia’s most talented aboriginal artists are being exhibited at the Jeffrey Moose Gallery, 1333 Fifth Ave., through April...
Samish, Museum Make Agreement for Canoe’s Care
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...
Native Distance Runners Star in ‘Run to the East’ Documentary
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...
Voting is on for the imagineNATIVE Youth Film Competition
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...
Indian Voices Excerpted: Loud and Proud!
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...
Setting the Record Straight: Trailblazer Shone a Light on Aboriginals’ Role in Canada
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...
Urban Native Girl’s Hostess Gifts on the Cheap
Dinner parties and cocktail parties held at someone’s home have become de rigeur lately...
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