In “As We Have Always Done” by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, the author works with ideas on indigenous nationhood, rather than declaring them.
Constructive Art-forms: Acclaimed Graffiti artist and author Scape Martinez hosting a four-day Graffiti Art Camp for Native Youth May 30th in Eagle Butte
Selling Out Concerts All Over the World - Here is an In-Depth Conversation with the Musician You Need to Know: Nahko Bear
An indigenous approach to law can borrow from an indigenous approach to architecture: A commitment to discard imposed ways of solving problems.
As someone fascinated with words, I find myself puzzled by the use of the word “indigenous” as a verb, as in the action word “to indigenize.”
Kyle T. Mays Ph.D
The author opines on Baldwin’s rhetoric and Peck’s use of images in this provocative documentary and its reliance on the history of indigenous genocide.
A review of the Indian art exhibit, ‘Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art’ exhibit at MIAC, by Mohawk artist Alex Jacobs.
The Ancient One, or Kennewick Man, could be resting peacefully in as little as three months after a 20-year battle to have his remains repatriated.
Call For Native Playwright Submissions: Yale Native Storytellers Contest, and the Oklahoma City Theatre Company's Native New Play Festival.
Apache Chronicles: the Art of Douglas Miles at Columbia University
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