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Activist and filmmaker Tracy Rector has curated an exhibit at Seattle’s Paramount Theater that emphasizes young indigenous artists Kalen Goodluck and Adam Sings In The Timber.
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“This is a breath of fresh air to the National Center,” said Margo Gray (Osage), National Center board member, of Chris James assuming the president and CEO position this month. “We’re turning the page.”
Each time the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development undergoes a change in leadership, the organization reevaluates and strengthens its focuses. Among those shifts will be a revitalized National Reservation Economic Summit,
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Outgoing U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell discussed a variety of topics in an exclusive editorial roundtable with ICMN.
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The confirmation hearing of President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos was full of twists and turns on January 17—everything from ethics to qualifications and grizzly bears.
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Leonard Peltier was denied commutation by the Office of Pardon Authority on January 18, 2017 two days before President Obama leaves office.
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Concert video: Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt performed a benefit Standing Rock concert Sunday, November 27 at Prairie Knights Pavilion in Fort Yates, ND.
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One of the foremost voices in the Great Sioux Nation calls on President Obama to rectify historic wrongs and protect the Black Hills as his last act.
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The best places to watch American bald eagles winter are scattered throughout Indian country; here are tribal-affiliated spots to see an eagle.
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Must See Film! ‘Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World’ – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
The Sundance Film Festival has long been committed to showcasing and nurturing Indigenous filmmakers. For this year’s festival, there are four feature films and 5 short films that will be screening during the event. One of the film’s that I…..
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Chicago’s 50 Years of Powwows – Images of America – Native American Articles – PowWows.com – Native American Pow Wows
The American Indian Center has hosted Pow Wows since 1953. The book series, Images of America, has put together 50 years of Pow Wow photos into a book – Chicago’s 50 Years of Powwows. This book lets you look back…..
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PowWows.com has published our 2nd book – The Pow Wow Coloring Book Volume II! The Pow Wow Coloring Book is an adult coloring book featuring 20 pages inspired by Native American designs. It includes designs similar to patchwork, blankets, beadwork,…..
Hilary Tompkins spoke with ICMN about serving as the Department of the Interior solicitor since 2009 and the department’s accomplishments in her time.
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Energy Transfer Partners awaits a decision on whether the EIS study will go forward with DAPL, as water protectors stand firm against yet more rubber bullets.
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Founded in 1776, Rutgers University was founded to educate white colonists, was dependent on slave labor and benefitted from the displacement and cultural subjugation of Native Americans.
The likely next secretary of the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, has endorsed the reauthorization of the NAHASDA.
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Ice sculptures, cirque-style acrobatics, frosty cocktails and more chilly delights set the stage for a fun winter celebration at a resort in upstate New York.
Turning Stone Resort Casino is celebrating the coldest time of the year with SnöFest, a multi-day, resort-wide celebration of winter.
Festivities kick off January 26 with several events. The winter wonderland comes to life with a full-service Ice Bar with massive, majestic and detailed ice sculptures.
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These edible gingerbread house contest submissions include New Mexico Miniature Graham Cracker Pueblos, Marshmallow Snowmen, candy cane trees and more!
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Arthur Manuel, known and beloved for his lifelong activism and leadership, was laid to rest on January 15; he walked on on January 11 of undisclosed causes.
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In the midst of the debate over Joseph Boyden’s ethnic ambiguity, Konrad Yakabuski wrote a misguided Globe and Mail article in defense of Boyden.
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