Amy Moore & Mike Taylor

The old Native American walks slowly but he walks for at least two hours every day. If you ask the old man his name, he will look at you with his dark brown eyes. He will smile. And he will tell you it is Marlon. The Spirits know him by a different name....

10/10/13
Julian Brave NoiseCat
9/1/13
Every Thursday night my mom would take me down to dance and drum practice at the Intertribal Friendship House on International Boulevard in Oakland where I would spend the evening ...
ICTMN Staff
6/5/13
Update, June 14: According to a Facebook post today, the missing regalia has been located and returned to Rose Olney Sampson...
ICTMN Staff
6/13/13
Cree First Nation pow wow dancer Roberta Kakinoosit, of Edmonton, Alberta, was desperate to recover her intricately-beaded moccasins, eagle feathers, leggings, capes and dresses th...
ICTMN Staff
6/9/13
Oklahoma City will again be pulsing with the vibrant sights and sounds of the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival , the grand celebration of Indigenous Peoples cultures, to...
Vincent Schilling
12/24/11
In this article, Indian Country Today Media Network takes a look back at some of the 2011 coverage regarding the issues of culture and regalia...
Stephanie Woodard
8/5/11
Wearing striking bone breastplates, and with their fringed shawls draped over their arms, jewelry makers and elders Germaine Tremmel and Bird Mountain enter the powwow circle...
Marine Sisk-Franco

When the letter arrived at our village, I wasn’t around, but my mom and dad told me they picked it up like it weighed a thousand pounds. They held it up to the light and joked about trying to figure out what it said before I could see it....

5/9/11
Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan
5/20/11
Colorful regalia, pounding drums and Indian tacos can all be found at any pow wow on any reservation. But have you ever wondered who those colorful, whirling dancers are?...

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