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House Dems Want DAPL Permit Do-Over
William and Kate Visit Bella Bella
G2E Focuses on Sports Betting, eSports
A Cedar Hat for Obama!
Standing Rock Is On the Ballot
How to Capture an Election
First Presidential Debate: Stamina
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Young Native Writers Drawn to Protest
Moya-Smith: Clinton, Trump, Spit Buckets
Wikipedia Wants Improved Native Content
White House Outlines Massive Outreach
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Sierra Club: No DAPL!
Early Voting Starts Soon
Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
Cabrillo: No Ceremony in Kumeyaay
Thing About Skins
The ‘Renewal’ Era Has Begun: A Native Owned Blanket Company
Mary Annette Pember
For many Native peoples, the gift of a woolen blanket is a traditional way to honor and recognize those who make important contributions to the community...
Lillian Pitt: The River People Are Still Here, Still Creating
UPDATED, March 16, 2016: Richard Rowland is the art teacher at Clatsop Community College...
Photo: J. NiCole Hatfield Speaks Through Canvas
Photo: Navajo Painter Carlis Chee and the (Eternal) Return of the Native
Inuit Artist Kenojuak Ashevak Gets Posthumous Birthday Honors From Google Doodle Canada
She brought Inuit, and indigenous, art to the fore with her distinctive style of animal prints, and was beloved by many...
One Man’s Red Road Journey Opened to a World of Art and Healing
A Dine’ with family roots deep in the soil of the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, Ambrose Peshlakai took his first drink of beer at the age of four sitting on the front st...
‘2501 Migrants’ Sculptor Alejandro Santiago Walks On; Student of Tamayo
Noted Mexican Zapotec artist Alejandro Santiago, 49, creator of a sculpted indigenous ghost town installation, died July 22, of a heart attack related to diabetes...