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Choctaw artist Karen Clarkson
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PHOENIX, Ariz. — In the first weekend of March, hundreds gathered at Phoenix’s Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market, greeting friends and fellow artists with embraces, kisses and handshakes. There was a bit of Covid-19 buzz among the crowd, but people weren’t paying it much mind yet. 

“Sooyii” production scene
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BROWNING, Mont. — With most of Hollywood shut down for in-person filming, independent filmmakers are taking the helm to show what is possible during a global pandemic.

image from the short film “RKLSS"
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TORONTO, Canada — Indigenous artist Tank Standing Buffalo (Potawatomi, Black) never expected to be outspoken nor intended to share his experience inside Canada’s prison system through an animated platform.

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ROCKY BOY, Mont. — The Honor Our Legacy Fashion Show will likely have spectators wondering: Who was that masked model?

Shell Mounds in SF Bay
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RICHMOND, Calif. — The city of Richmond Arts and Cultural Commission has hired an internationally acclaimed artist to design a memorial that will honor the original peoples of the San Francisco Bay Area. 

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.”