Cassadore
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For anyone interested in learning more about the importance of food sovereignty, the production of culturally-appropriate foods through ethically sustainable practices, the recently released film “Gather” is an ideal introduction.

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NEVADA CITY, Calif. — A community in Northern California is coming together to help a tribe reclaim its federal recognition status.

Tantoo Cardinal
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Despite the show initially getting renewed for a second season, “Stumptown” has been abruptly canceled by ABC. The cast and crew were reportedly contacted this morning about the cancellation of the show, originally set to premiere this fall.

Whiteclay Makerspace
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WHITECLAY, Neb.“The Skid Row of the Plains.”

For decades, that painful title aptly described Whiteclay, Neb., a border town that thrived off an exploitation-based economy. 

Tribute to healthcare workers
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TULSA, Okla. — A masked hunter atop a masked horse slings arrows at the coronavirus in Mvskoke artist Johnnie Diacon’s flat-style painting “Tribute to the Healthcare Warriors in Indian Country During COVID-19, 2020.”

Beaded map of the US
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In early April, CeeJay Johnson decided the good medicine of beading was exactly what Native artists needed.  

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For Swinomish/Iñupiat musician Katherine Paul (KP) — aka Black Belt Eagle Scout — becoming more involved in the music industry was a necessity.

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SANTA FE — The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) will reopen September 16 after closing earlier this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The museum is reopening in compliance with New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s approval.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — This weekend marks the 68th Cherokee National Holiday commemorating the 1839 signing of the Cherokee Constitution.  Like so many other celebrations this year, the Cherokee National Holiday has been overhauled in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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DENVER—Two contemporary Native artists will challenge 2021 visitors to the Denver Art Museum (DAM) to think of art as a verb rather than a noun.