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The United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) announced exciting new additions to their conference agenda for the 2022 UNITY Midyear Conference. 

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This weekend and next week, Indian Country is a kaleidoscope of folklore, fine art, and funny business.

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Shannon Lowery has lived many different lives, from being a team roper in Florida to managing a chain of western-wear stores in Texas, then becoming a marketing manager for a big western-apparel brand and getting his dream job in the defense industry, and now owning his own jewelry business, Mud Lowery. He’s worn a lot of different (cowboy) hats. 

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Simply existing as an Indigenous man in Canada can be hazardous to one’s health, and, in some cases, fatal. 

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The traditional Native American berry sauce known as wojapi is on its way to becoming a household word and the condiment du jour thanks to Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation and Mexican-American culinary artist Stephanie “Pyet” Despain.

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The Cherokee Nation Film Office (CNFO) announced a new film incentive program that will provide up to $1 million in annual funding for productions filmed within the Cherokee Nation. The first program of its kind offered by a tribal film office in the U.S., the Cherokee Nation Film Incentive aims to create economic development and help grow the film industry in the 14-county reservation.

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NEW YORK CITY—Curator, artist, and educator Joe Baker (Delaware Tribe of Indians) says his new exhibit, “Lenapehoking” (Lenape Land), at the Brooklyn Public Library’s branch in the Greenpoint neighborhood, upends museum hierarchies, in part simply by existing.

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Mohawk artist Julian Taylor felt excited but very anxious upon hearing about his Native American Music Award nominations for his 2020 album “The Ridge.” Taylor is biracial and said he doesn’t look like a First Nations person. He worried, but then he thought about what his grandfather would say: “He would tell my warrior heart to stand up with pride.”

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As part of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Art’s 50th anniversary, the arts organization has chosen 50 people whose work reflects cultural inclusivity and compassion for its The Kennedy Center Next 50 program. The program includes 50 artists, cultural leaders, arts organizations, and community members from many walks of life including Qacung aka Stephen Blanchett (Yup’ik), Ty Defoe (Ojibwe/Oneida), Tony Duncan (Three Affiliated Tribes/San Carlos Apache), and Lori Pourier (Oglala Lakota). 

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