Tag: Chiricahua Apache
From Mount Rushmore to Columbus Circle and the Statue of Liberty, Native Americans are faced with monuments to genocidal figures.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
From podcasters to protectors, to mothers to teachers, here are six indigenous women who are making an impact on Indian country.
The Art Museum at the University of Toronto showcasing diverse works by eleven Indigenous artists: 'In Dialogue' exhibit Sep. 6 – Oct. 7, 2017
Jessica R. Metcalfe
'Apache Chronicle' documentary is a look at the lives of five young Native American female artists and skateboarders.
A new four day event with 100 Native artists, youth workshops and a sunset concert at the Santa Fe Railyard, "We are the SEEDS"
Indigenous peoples continue to widely reject the monikers 'Native American' and 'American Indian' and instead refer to themselves by their tribe, nation
From hummingbirds to grizzly bears, the Nativo Lodge has 24 beautifully designed rooms by Native artists. Which room is your favorite?
Tanya H. Lee
New Mexico abounds in riches and diversity—19 pueblos and parts of the Navajo Nation occupy this land—here are just 9 suggestions for stops along the way.
Geronimo is one of the most celebrated and well-known Native warriors whose memory inspires many Indigenous Peoples today.
Patti Jo King
Geronimo was a skillful warrior who led the last Indian force to formally submit to the United States.
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