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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
Urban Native Girl’s Hostess Gifts on the Cheap
Dinner parties and cocktail parties held at someone’s home have become de rigeur lately...
UMass Amherst Linguist Recognized for Preserving Native American Languages
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...
APTN Broadcasts Aboriginal Achievement Awards April 9
A champion of aboriginal fishing rights, a standout woman Métis leader and an innovative health care and child-welfare specialist are among the honorees at the National Aboriginal ...
Emily Johnson: Dancing Her Way Back to Alaska
Sixteen years ago, Emily Johnson moved from her home in rural Alaska to Minneapolis intending to become a physical therapist. Then dance happened...
Award-winning Dancer Emily Johnson
Some videos of the work of National Arts & Cultures Foundation grantee Emily Johnson (Yup'ik) , a dancer and performance artist: The Thank-You Bar : Niicugni :
Squamish Gets Its Own Dictionary
Squamish gets its own dictionary today, as preservers of the dying language reveal the fruits of years of documentation by Squamish speakers working with anthropologists and lingui...
Recommended: Maurice Davis Band, Southern Scratch, Columbus Day Legacy
ICTMN Recommends Maurice Davis Band, Draw the Curtain www.MauriceDavisBand.com On Draw the Curtain (a 2010 release), Maurice Davis, a bluesy soft rocker and direct descendant of Ge...
Mark Trahant Examines Catholic Church's Abuse of Alaska Natives in FRONTLINE's 'The Silence'
Writer and producer Tom Curran and reporter Mark Trahant ( Shoshone-Bannock ) will examine the Catholic Church's abuse of Alaska Natives and American Indians by priests and church ...
Indian Artists Auction Art Online for Japan Disaster Relief
Darryl Dean Begay, Raymond C. Yazzie, and Lyndon Tsosie look at eBay auction donations...
Robbie Robertson: The Band Man Plays On
Robbie Robertson was born in 1943, which meant he was learning to play guitar when the rock-and-roll revolution changed popular music forever...
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