By Alex JacobsSundance Institute is highlighting the titles of the Indigenous-made films that will be premiering at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival
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By Alex JacobsThree years after being closed down by a radioactive leak, the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico is accepting nuclear waste.
By Alex Jacobs2016 ramped up the negatives and expletives, and 2017 is going to test the country’s mettle. But one thing about 2016 stands out – the Indians won.
By Alex JacobsThese artists listed by ICTMN are among the best in their fields and have the awards and honors to show for it in 2016.
By Alex JacobsCiting a public safety issue only, charges were dropped on NoDAPL banner hangers who used a prime-time NFL Vikings game to send a strong message.
By Alex Jacobs15 Cartoons! Hailing from the Santo Domingo Reservation, Ricardo Cate’, is now a Native cartoonist and artist known worldwide
By Alex JacobsIndie folk band The Pines have released their official music video “Time Dreams,” a collaboration with the late American Indian activist and poet John Trudell.
By Alex JacobsI haven’t heard of “CERT – the Council of Energy Resource Tribes” in decades. I imagined them being summoned from Ronald Reagan’s crypt (or maybe George Bush’s Skull and Bones Tomb), by a dinosaur whisperer on Trump’s Team, some wildcatter diviner who smells oil and profits. I think dinosaurs...
By Alex JacobsRicardo Cate’ is an artist who has gained international recognition lately due to his satirical comics and cartoon drawings on Standing Rock and NoDAPL.
By Alex JacobsTeri Greeves, Steven Paul Judd, and Raven Chacon are among the forty-four artists and designers awarded this year’s United States Artists Fellowships. Teri Greeves (Kiowa) Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Greeves is a jeweler, bead-worker and visual artist; she has won awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market, the Museum...