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José Barreiro Bridges Two Realities and Two Worlds With Taíno: A Novel
The Taíno were the first to greet Christopher Columbus when he arrived in 1492 and were thus some of the earliest Indigenous Peoples to be decimated by colonization...
National Poetry Month: Jane Johnston Schoolcraft, the First American Indian Poet
Ojibwe poet Jane Johnston Schoolcraft set many precedents during her short life in the Midwest in the early 1800s...
Luci Tapahonso Named as Navajo Nation's First Poet Laureate
The Navajo Nation’s first-ever Poet Laureate has been named and will be officially introduced to the public on May 17...
Mojave/Pima Poet Natalie Diaz: From Home to College to Basketball to Europe and Back Again
Words have always been a powerful force in Natalie Diaz’s life...
New Resource for Travelers to the Southwest
Have you ever driven through a small town with an intriguing name like Wyandotte or Cuyamungue and wondered where that name came from?...
Celebrating National Poetry Month, Turtle Island Style
April is National Poetry Month, an annual celebration of verse initiated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996...
Poetic Confluence: Writers of Native Verse Explore Shared Roots
The word poetry can evoke echoes of everything from Shakespearean sonnets to minimalist Japanese haiku...
Historian and Founding Trustee of the National Museum of the American Indian Frederick E. Hoxie to Speak at Mitchell Museum of the American Indian
Author and historian Frederick E...
Chinua Achebe, Nigerian Author of Iconic Novel Condemning Colonialism in Africa, Walks On at Age 82
Chinua Achebe, author of the iconic novel that changed perceptions about indigenous culture by portraying colonialism from an African viewpoint, has died at age 82...
Joy Harjo, Natalie Diaz, Joseph Bruchac Among Native Literary Luminaries Gracing Indigenous Poetry Forum in New York City
Poetry has long both reflected and guided Native experience, starting with oral communication down through the generations...
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