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50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 II
Stories and Reflections on Carlisle
Indigenous Voice Lost in Translation
Pig Girl: A Disturbing Play About #MMIW
Trump’s Reach in Final Debate
Orionid Meteors Struggle Against Moon
10 Things You Should Know: Shoshone-Bann
Researcher Improving Lives of Youth
Birthing the Sacred: Born at NoDAPL Camp
On the Standoff at Standing Rock
Lumbee Tribe Emerges From Matthew Floods
Toronto Wants to Ban Cleveland Nickname
Parisian: N8V Art "Items Have No Power"
10 Images From The 25th Comanche Nation
Mormon Church Faces Growing Scandal
Oceti Sakowin School Educates the Future
Driver Who Rammed Into Crowd Charged
Luger: U.S. History Is Full of Trumps
Native Teens Debut Compositions
Seattle School Board Calls for Fed Rec
Thing About Skins
Can't Go Wrong with These Four Drum Groups: 2016 Hot List
There is little argument in Indian country that Canyon Records is the pre-eminent drum group recording company, one that has been bringing traditional Native music to Indian countr...
50 Faces, Part V: Lyons, Lettig, Cole, Ellsbury, Northern Cree
Excellence, service and culture -- these concepts, as much as any other, define success across Indian country in the 21st century...
Indian Country Today Premieres ‘50 Faces of Indian Country’
Indian Country Today Media Network has published its “50 Faces of Indian Country 2015” magazine, a first-ever celebration of the diversity and power of Native stars, athletes and l...
Power of Northern Cree Talking Drum
Steve Wood likes to let his drum do the talking...
Fourth of July Weekend Pow Wow Highlights!
There were many pow wows held over the long Fourth of July holiday weekend, all special and fantastic opportunities to celebrate American Indian cultures and traditions...
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...
Download A Tribe Called Red’s Debut Album for Free
The hottest Native DJ collective going—hottest of all time, we'll go ahead and say—is A Tribe Called Red, known individually as Bear Witness, DJ NDN, and DJ Shub...
The Return of Saturday Night Videos
As a follow up to our post about the Indian Summer Music Awards nominees , here's video playlist comprised of ISMA picks and some recommendations from our Facebook friends ...
Grammy Up for Grabs
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences first awarded a Grammy for Best Native American Music Album in 2001...