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Poet and artist Esther Belin, Diné Navajo, spoke with Native News Online about her recent role guest-editing the July/August issue of Poetry Magazine, which features a collection of poems dedicated to Land Acknowledgement.

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The Santa Fe Indian Market, the world’s largest and most prestigious North American Indian art market, wrapped up its centennial event this past weekend to large crowds. It was the first full market since 2019 and included a juried art show, gala, performances, Indigenous fashion shows, a crowd clothing contest, presentations, and an art market that generates millions of dollars for Native American fine art. 

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As Native youth performed traditional hoop dance in a competition in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the movement of the hoops created meaningful designs born of nature. 

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Today marks the premiere of the highly anticipated season two of Reservation Dogs on Hulu. 

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Over the past few weeks, the Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) in West Bend has opened two new exhibitions by indigenous artists to the public. 

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At the Metal Museum in Memphis, Tennessee, a new exhibit just opened that features an Indigenous artist’s exhibition, Royal Portrait, emphasizing the importance of Indigenous matriarchs through reimagining royal regalia and portraiture.

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This weekend and next week, Indian Country is illustrated with matrilineal masterpieces, Auntie art, the return of the Reservation Dogs, and a delicious day of Choctaw culture. 

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The Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial, New Mexico’s longest running and historic event, will take place in Gallup, New Mexico August 4-14. It will encompass a series of in-person and virtual events in celebration of its 100-year anniversary.

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The Montanan-made documentary applies a wide-angle lens to a personal story of adoption and assimilation.

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Minnesota Governor Tim Walz (D) declared today, July 19, Owamni Day. The recognition comes after Owamni–By The Sioux Chef won “Best New Restaurant” by the James Beard Foundation and on the one-year anniversary of the restaurant’s opening on July 19, 2021.