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The ‘50 Faces of Indian Country 2016’ Magazine Available Now!
Indian Country Today Media Network is proud to announce its second “50 Faces of Indian Country” magazine, an annual celebration of the diversity and power of Native stars, athletes...
Sonny Skyhawk Bringing His War Bonnet to Oscars, Fighting for His People
Gale Courey Toensing
The millions of television viewers who will watch the 88th Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awards ceremony tonight might catch a glimpse of a man wearing a long, feathe...
Variety Writer: Hollywood Has a Diversity Crisis, Not Just the Oscars
Lisa J. Ellwood
In a recent column, Variety writer Tim Gray says ongoing diversity failure is a reflection of the entire film industry , not just the Academy, and that people of color have had to ...
Teachable Moment?: Skyhawk Says Adam Sandler Movie Incident Can Create Understanding
Sonny Skyhawk, Sicangu Lakota, is the founder of American Indians in Film and Television , an organization founded in 1981 to "create a better understanding of issues pertaining to...
No More Tonto: Comcast Makes PSAs About Real, Live Native People
In the 1970s, Sonny Skyhawk, Lakota, appeared as an extra in the television show Bonanza , in a segment where Indians ransacked and pillaged the dwellings of white people...
Why Don't We See Any Native Americans at the Academy Awards?
Our Native people were the first to be photographed and utilized by Thomas Edison, in 1898, as he was perfecting his invention of the Kinetoscope...
'Peter Pan Live!' Starring Christopher Walken Picks its Tiger Lily: Alanna Saunders
An upcoming musical production of Peter Pan, notably featuring Christopher Walken in the role of Captain Hook, has picked actress Alanna Saunders to play Tiger Lily...
'Stop Killing Us!' Cops Have a Shoot-First Problem, And Not Just in Ferguson
Some Native people can relate to what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri...
NBC Seeks Native Actress for Live 'Peter Pan' With Christopher Walken
NBC is seeking to cast a Native actress for a stage production of Peter Pan that will air live on TV. Actor Christopher Walken has already signed on to play Captain Hook...
Sacred Warriors: Why the Battle of the Little Bighorn is Still Important
June 25 is a historic day for our people...
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