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Sew Good

Sew Good

Sarah Agaton Howes has come a long way since her early days of selling her handmade earrings in parking lots.“It’s hard to make a living that way,” she says with a laugh. “I was lucky if I hustled enough to help pay for propane.” Howes, Anishinabe from the Fond Lac...
AMERIND Risk Golf Fundraiser Makes Donations to End Cancer & Violence

AMERIND Risk Golf Fundraiser Makes Donations to End Cancer & Violence

Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico — Three causes deeply rooted in protecting and supporting Indian Country benefited from AMERIND Risk’s sold-out 13th Annual Protecting Tribal Families Golf Fundraiser, hosted April 27, 2017, at Twin Warriors Golf Club in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico. Monies raised and generous, tax-deductible contributions the...

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Native Baby Baskets and Cradleboards: Reclaiming the Medicine of Traditional Mothering

URL: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/history/traditional-societies/baby-baskets-and-cradleboards-reclaiming-the-medicine-of-traditional-mothering/