Dave Courchene Jr., Turtle Lodge
'Prepare for the times when people will come looking for help. Prepare to receive the land with your leadership as the true stewards of the land.'
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Joan Tavares Avant
Talking Sticks are often used in tribal meetings and ceremonies—only the person holding the Talking Stick speaks, others listen and understand.
A cultural exchange between the Coast Salish peoples and those of Perugia, Italy centered around the Canoe Journey has revealed much in common.
A Seattle family has donated a “one of a kind” Chilkat robe to the Sealaska Heritage Institute, which will hold a ceremony celebrating it on August 26.
For the Samish and Swinomish nations, the visit to San Juan Island en route to Vancouver Island during the Canoe Journey will likely be an emotional one.
The land of the Shishalh people is like this: a powerful place, a world of breathtaking beauty and unpredictability. And it's easily accessible.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse
It is more important than ever to pray for and protect the sacred that is Mother Earth, says Chief Arvol Looking Horse.
The Nooksack Indian Tribe has been ordered to close the Northwood Casino by the National Indian Gaming Commission due to multiple violations.
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