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Before we move into November,  this weekend many in Indian Country will celebrate Halloween with the children and grandchildren. Remember we are still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Few people are as laser- focused on amplifying and promoting Indigenous voices in film and television as Joanelle Romero, Mescalero/Chiricahua Apache/Dinétah/Paiute. For nearly half a century, the industry veteran, member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, and founder of the Los Angeles based Red Nation Film Festival has been nurturing Native talent and challenging traditional networks and studios to step up their game when it comes to telling Native stories. 

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This weekend and next week, fascinating expressions of the past and present are popping up all over Indian Country. Among the attractions are a Cherokee legend’s life set to music, a performance by a rising star of the Indigiqueer sound scene, and a big Buffalo Back celebration. 

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Indigenous Peoples’ Day is enveloping Indian Country this weekend and next week. 

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NEW YORK — Fans of Cleveland’s professional baseball team are lamenting the end of an era with the retirement of the team’s “Indians” name this Sunday. Comedian Joey Clift (Cowlitz Indian Tribe) has some humorous advice to help them cope.  

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Indian Country is taking to the sky, stage and taste-buds for a week of events that will appeal to all the senses.

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This weekend and next week, Indian Country is stacked with so many cool cultural happenings that you may have to take a couple days off to take it all in.  

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LOS ANGELES — Documentary film studio XTR announced on Tuesday it is making Lakota Nation vs. the United States, a feature-length documentary chronicling the Lakota Indians’ present-day quest to reclaim the Black Hills.

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OKLAHOMA CITY—This weekend, the First Americans Museum (FAM) in Oklahoma City opened its doors to the public with a weekend of performances, demonstrations, and ceremonies from dignitaries representing all of the state’s 39 tribes. 

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RICHMOND, Calif. — The Richmond Art Center in Richmond, Calif. is hosting Time and Again, an exhibition centered on artist Rigo 23’s monumental sculptural tribute to imprisoned Leonard Peltier (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe).