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New Video 'Harvard' Is a Scene From the Miseducation of Gyasi Ross
Attorney and ICTMN editor-at-large Gyasi Ross continues to make waves in his latest persona -- a rapper and spoken word artist...
Understand Our Culture, or Lose It: Innu Poet Natasha Kanapé Fontaine on Language
Natasha Kanapé Fontaine, a young Innu poet from Baie-Comeau, lives in Montreal as does her mentor, Josephine Bacon...
Preserving Innu Language Through Verse: A Chat With Poet Josephine Bacon
Josephine Bacon, a well-known Innu poet originally from Pessamit, Quebec, nowadays makes her home in Montreal...
Beats and Poetry: Gyasi Ross Discusses 'ISSKOOTSIK (Before Here Was Here)'
Author, activist, attorney, spoken-word artist, and ICTMN editor-at-large Gyasi Ross has just released his album ISSKOOTSIK (Before Here Was Here) ( Amazon | iTunes ) on the Cabin ...
Video: Fashion Meets Poetry in 'Love Letter' to Bethany Yellowtail's Inner Rez Girl
Bethany Yellowtail launched her new fashion collection, Mighty Few, about a month ago, and now she's teamed up with poet Tazbah Rose Chavez for a video that conveys the rez girl ex...
A Long Way From Anchorage: Poet Joan Kane Gets a Boost in Santa Fe
I met Joan Kane about two years ago at a conference where she was reading as part of her latest fellowship, The Native Arts and Cultures poetry series, on Santa Ana pueblo lands...
Poem: 'Cast Out Your Net, Billy Frank'
In May 2014, Indian country lost a hero with the death of Billy Frank, Jr ...
Fighting Redface Revelers With Poetry: 'Frats,' by Jozer Guerrero [Video]
It's no secret that Jozer Guerrero is addressing white college kids in his poem "Frats," but he tries to differentiate between pigment and attitude: "Your skin tone has never bothe...
A 3-Minute Must-Hear Poem: 'Love You Some Indians' Says It All
Natives on the frontiers of the culture wars have a host of issues to contend with, just some of which are appropriation, sports mascots, and redface portrayals—and to borrow a phr...
Our Native Children Are Not Poverty Porn: 'If One Succeeds, a Hundred Are Coming After' (a Poem)
“We know how to survive...
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