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Link Ray in RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World
The motion picture industry is finally showing proper respect for Native American and First Nation actors, movies and documentaries. This past season has seen an exciting mash-up of artists... Read More
The Southern Ute Growth Fund
According to the most recent data by the Minority Business Development Agency, there are nearly 280,000 American Indian- and Alaska Nativeowned small businesses in the U.S.—an increase of than... Read More
DJ Shub
The music world is steadily getting better at acknowledging the contributions of the best and brightest Native American and First Nation’s artists. This past year, more than just few... Read More
Native Youth Wellness Warrior Camp
Over the past few years, the wellness wave has swept across Native country, and there’s no sign of it receding anytime soon. In an effort to tackle far-reaching disparities... Read More
View from the Orange Sky restaurant at Talking Stick
Native gaming is changing, big-time. These aren’t your dads’ bingo halls. Gaming is just one experience offered at today’s Indian casino resorts. Native culture and luxury infuse these in... Read More
Karlos Baca, Taste of Native Cuisine
Every day chefs, farmers and food advocates make moves to make sure that our indigenous foods continue to be an important part of our communities. They’re also taking food... Read More

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