Tag: cultural appropriation
A meth-induced triple murder, Wind River actors recount their experience, and trafficking criminalized on the Navajo Nation this week in Indian country.
Indigenous chefs are fighting food appropriation by bringing their cultures, histories, and traditional foods together to create new dishes to offer the culinary world.
Devastating wildfires, health care on the edge, and a music icon walks on. All this and more during the Week That Was in Indian country before July 23, 2017.
BURNING B.C.: Central British Columbia is on fire, and at least 20 First Nations are reeling as they battle to their...
Snoop Dogg came under fire on Thursday after posting an image of himself in a headdress with the comment, “Big chief knocanew. From the knocahoe tribe.”
The new centerpiece of the former Adirondack Museum, now the Adirondack Experience, profiles the Mohawk and Abenaki heritage of the region in a groundbreaking exhibit.
Putting white women at the center of the conversation on the future and sustainability of Maya economies rather than indigenous women is deeply problematic.
Brent Learned, a renowned Cheyenne/Arapaho artist who envisions Native American Body of Art as the start of a Native renaissance.
Chief Stanley Grier of the Piikani Nation issues staement: Cowboys and Indians Party is 'deeply concerning.'
National Foster Care Month, cultural appropriation battles and a Google Doodle nod were all part of the Week That Was in Indian country.
Social Media Explodes: Lethbridge's Chinook High School Graduates criticized for cultural appropriation at Cowboys and Indians Costume Party
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