DNA evidence shows that most Puerto Ricans are a blending of Taino (Indian), Spanish and African according to studies by Dr. Juan Martinez-Cruzado.
In “As We Have Always Done” by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, the author works with ideas on indigenous nationhood, rather than declaring them.
Debra Utacia Krol
A Travel Dream Location: One of the largest Indian markets in the U.S., the Heard Indian Fair hosts about 600 Native American artistsans!
40 Years of Native Pride with Felipe Rose and the Village People. Entertained Hampton Roads Pride Festival audience this past weekend
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
The RedCan Graffiti Jam which mixes graffiti and Lakota culture - takes place June 29 to July 1 on the Cheyenne River Lakota reservation
Nearly 20 years after her death, Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa is remembered for her work with the U'wa people of Colombia, with an award given in her name.
Brooklynites joined indigenous communities at Sunset Park on April 23 to honor Mother Earth and learn about indigenous culture.
The Play, Fairly Traceable by Mary Kathryn Nagle, (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma) brings together law, tribal sovereignty, environmental justice and identity.
Social media sends Dakota Access Pipeline water protector messages to the southeastern U.S., to CNN's door, where activists demanded more coverage.
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