Alex Jacobs
8/27/15
The resume of the late Lloyd Oxendine, who died on August 5, is extensive but people today in the internet age may not recognize his name or work, yet hundreds, if not thousands, o...
Alex Jacobs
8/21/15
Native fashions have become common-place, in a good way. It’s no longer a special treat, maybe a once or twice a year thing...
Alex Jacobs
8/19/15
How do you say “Lights! Camera! Action” in your Native American language? Well you better start learning your cinematic jargon in Dine, Tewa, Absaroke, Lakota and Tsalagi...
Alex Jacobs
8/10/15
Carlis M. Chee has come back several times, from his parents' break-up and foster families, from the City and from the Rez, from Hawaii, from Southeast Asia, from the abyss...
Alex Jacobs
7/18/15

Modern day slavery exists every day, everywhere all over in the world. You may hear that there are more people in slavery, as sex workers and forced labor bondage, than at any time in history....

Alex Jacobs
7/17/15
“What happens when a major Fashion House actually collaborates with an Indigenous Artist?...
Alex Jacobs
7/10/15
After a successful inaugural event in 2014, Indigenous Fine Art Market is gearing up for its second year inside Santa Fe’s revitalized Railyard District...
Alex Jacobs
7/4/15

Researching slavery in American History is eye-opening as I realized it was not taught outright but only glossed over when I was a student....

Alex Jacobs
7/1/15
The story goes: A few years ago, the Heard Museum branch in Scottsdale, Arizona (which closed in 2014) hosted an exhibit that featured a ceramic vase on which the artist had painte...
Alex Jacobs
6/29/15

Events move fast in the internet age. The Rachel Dolezal “Black Like Me” story had people of every stripe, color, and political persuasion commenting, tweeting, and taking sides....

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