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At 18, Shawntay Baldwin is already on her way to mastering the combination of strength, balance, endurance and sheer grit necessary to make her mark.
The Navajo Nation spans three states and has an unemployment rate that tops 50 percent, but these six small businesses are helping to change that.
Tokala Clifford from Pine Ridge says working on Wind River by Taylor Sheridan ‘was more like a family’ thanks to Gil Birmingham, Graham Greene and more
When Natives gather they create an immersive experience that entertains and informs all who attend. WIth pow wow season in full swing, it's time to make plans for inspirational events for the rest of the year.
Back in the 1970s, the federal government sought to build a on...
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Dr. Davis E. Henderson is heading to Ole Miss; he is the first Navajo hired by the university and will focus his research on Navajo children.
Jay Begaye is known as the Navajo Horse Whisper in the Southwest for the traditional way he trains horses – without dominance or force.
The Gathering of Queer Nations has a second successful year: Hundreds flock to a two-day festival celebrating Queer Indigenous creativity
Indigenous Peoples and Leonardo DiCaprio led off the People's Climate March in Washington D.C. on Saturday April 29, a call for environmental sanity.
On January 7, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (NNHRC) held a hearing to discuss police brutality directed towards Navajo citizens in Gallup.
Here are some more surprising facts about American Indians and their relationship to the modern world.
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