Tag: indigenous people
A new four day event with 100 Native artists, youth workshops and a sunset concert at the Santa Fe Railyard, "We are the SEEDS"
A meth-induced triple murder, Wind River actors recount their experience, and trafficking criminalized on the Navajo Nation this week in Indian country.
A cultural exchange between the Coast Salish peoples and those of Perugia, Italy centered around the Canoe Journey has revealed much in common.
Indigenous chefs are fighting food appropriation by bringing their cultures, histories, and traditional foods together to create new dishes to offer the culinary world.
Taking a closer look at indigenous identity within Central, Latin and North America
It took years of self-study and reconnecting to his ancestral knowledge for Karlos Baca (Diné/Tewa/Nuche) to shed the colonial mind frame that’s so deeply embedded in modern culinary styles. “I had this colonial imprint of how things are supposed to be done in regards to cooking and product methodology,...
Jennifer Easton, a naitonal leader in philanthropic support of Native interests and cultures, walked on August 1, from complications after surgery.
Rumble reminds us—teaches us—that Native peoples provide creative energies to the world, despite invasion and colonization.
Native movies make a mark, a lawsuit looms on behalf of the delisted Yellowstone grizzly, and more in Indian country the week preceding August 6.
The Magnificent One - An extensive interview with Magnificent Seven and Wind River actor, Martin Sensmeier
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