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Unbreakable Trio: Sampson Bros, Waln
WATCH: 1491s Release 'NSFW-ish' Video
Badger-Two Medicine Saved From Solonex
Tribal Justice on Trial
Quilt Walk for Justice Calls Attention
Wampanoag Thanksgiving Harvest Menu
“Drill them to Hell” Billboard to Change
NIGA, Rodeo Unite for Suicide Prevention
Sad News: PBS's Robin Poor Bear Walks On
Tribes: Don't DeList Gray Wolf
Racism in the Heart of America
Treaty of Canandaigua Rededicated
The Anti-Indian Wars Continue
Indigenous Actions Helped Defeat KXL
End-Run on Native Rights
Congress Unconstitutional w/Sov. Grab
Turning Over a Few New Leaves for Fall
30 Years of National Indian Gaming Assoc
Traditional Arts Make a Comeback at TCUs
Thing About Skins
Beloved Artist and Musician Brianna Lee Pruett Walks On at 32 (1983-2015)
“She was a brilliant brilliant woman, soul, creative force. I feel her shining on me like the sun every day since she passed, like I so often did throughout her mortal life...
R. Carlos Nakai Tells the Story of his Platinum-Selling 'Canyon Trilogy' [Video]
R. Carlos Nakai's 1989 album Canyon Trilogy recently became the first-ever platinum-certified album -- one million sold -- by a Native American artist playing Native music...
One Million Sold! R. Carlos Nakai Celebrates Platinum-Certified Album
Power of Northern Cree Talking Drum
Steve Wood likes to let his drum do the talking...
A Man Called Tree: The Stepson of Iron Eyes Cody Is a Commanding Pow Wow Presence
Robert “Tree” Cody ’s presence is commanding—not just because of his height but because he is a multi-talented flutist, singer, dancer, MC, actor and educator...
At the Grammys With Radmilla Cody
Mary Kim Titla
Los Angeles—Just hours prior to the Grammys Pre-Telecast earlier this month, Radmilla Cody, a Navajo recording artist and Grammy nominee, tied her mother’s hair into a traditional ...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
Our Sunday wrap-up of some of the big stories we covered this week from Indian country...
For 60 Years, Canyon Records Has Been Introducing the World to Native Music
In 1951, the Phoenix Little Theater asked Ray and Mary Boley, owners of a small recording studio in Phoenix, to record a performance there by a Navajo singer, Ed Lee Natay...
A Conversation With Nammy Artist of the Year Gabriel Ayala
On October 7, 2011 Gabriel Ayala , (Pascua Yaqui) a classically trained guitarist and one of Indian country’s most successful recording artists, was honored as Artist of the Year a...
Grammy Up for Grabs
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences first awarded a Grammy for Best Native American Music Album in 2001...
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