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8 Ways My Native Grandma Is the Best
In Mohawk, it’s Tota , In Diné it’s amá sání or análí asdzą́ą́ and in Cherokee it’s Elisi or Enisi . The special word we are referring to is one we all love, Grandmother...
8 Ways to Tell: Your Native Momma Is So Traditional…
Trying to write a satirical article in the spirit of momma jokes, we thought we would give this topic a spin...
A Renaissance of Native Culinary Philosophy
A return to all things Native has long been a popular if oft short-lived pursuit for many of us when the holidays draw neigh, starting with November, the official month for feastin...
Chamberlain School Board Denies Singing of a Lakota/Dakota Honor Song
Mitakuyapi, Cante waste napeciyuzapi.
Taos Pueblo Former Governor Tony Reyna: 'Respected Universally by All'
My aunt dated Tony Reyna, Taos Pueblo's former two-term governor and local living legend, in the 1990s...
39 Iditarod Facts
1. The word Iditarod is thought to come from the Ingalik and Holikachuk word hidedhod, which means “distant place.” 2. The Iditarod is the longest dog sled race in the world...
Humble Beginnings to Big Winnings at Denver March Pow Wow
Pow wow competitions, especially at the big events, draw a lot of revenue to their respective locations as well as cash prizes to the competitors who make it into the top five...
LaDuke Tells Missouri State Students How to Build a Green Economy
Winona LaDuke , Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe), discusses the durability of food and building a green economy in a video recording of her speech at Missouri State University.
Utah State U. Holds Iron Men’s Grass Dance Special
The Native American Student Council at Utah State University hosted this Iron Men's Grass Dance Special on February 25th and 26th at the Nelson Field House on the Logan campus...
Algoma University to Host Pow Wow
The White Tail Cree Drum, featured above, are part of the fun to be had at this weekend's Gathering at the Rapids...
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