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SAN FRANCISCO-–It’s not often that a northern California tribal nation gets acknowledgement in a major urban art museum. That is exactly what has happened at the de Young Museum in San Francisco with the opening of the exhibit, Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo, on view until April 17, 2022. This exhibition focuses as much on the subjects of a painting–the Elem Pomo Tribe of Clear Lake– as the artist.

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Indian Country is ushering in 2022 with an array of tantalizing events and activities.

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The United States Postal Service has announced a dedication ceremony on January 26th for the issuing of a commemorative Forever Stamp in honor of sculptor Edmonia Lewis.

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Indigneous photographers under 30 years old are invited to submit their images depicting a theme of climate change and climate action for the World Intellectual Property Organization photography contest.

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As a non-Native reporter covering Indian Country, I probably spend hours each week researching historical context. History frames each and every story we tell at Native News Online. For that reason, I rely heavily on Native media streams to help inform and contextualize my own reporting. Here’s a short list of sources I loved listening to, reading, and watching this year. 

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MINNEAPOLIS — “Savage Conversations” is Choctaw writer Leanne Howe’s daring document of Mary Todd Lincoln’s insanity in 1875, 13 years after her husband, President Abraham Lincoln, was assassinated while attending a play at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. In Savage Conversations, Mary Lincoln’s insanity is linked to one of the 38 Dakota Indian men that were hanged in Mankato, Minn. in 1862. 

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Longtime broadcast journalist Ron Hull last week received the 2021 Frank Blythe Award for Media Excellence for his work empowering Native storytellers in public media.

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Open Instagram, search @reztothecity and there is Nekiah Torres. She is undeniably beautiful and her fashion sense speaks for itself. She wears everything from a bright red knit set with fringe on the sleeves and legs. to a blue gingham dress with ruffles and a neon green puffer jacket. (Author note: Puffer jackets continue to be a fashion staple this winter season.) Torres always loved fashion, but growing up she didn’t always have access to the type of clothes she wanted to wear. 

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Quannah Chasinghorse, who is Hän Gwich’in and Sicangu Oglala Lakota, looks regal on the recent cover of ELLE magazine. She is iced out in Dolce & Gabbana Alta Gioielleria earrings, necklace and tiara, wearing a black Dolce & Gabbana blazer with a white bustier underneath. Her hand-poked Yidįįłtoo on her chin and around her eyes looks stunning. 

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‘Tis the week before Christmas, and all through Indian Country, last-minute shopping, stress-relieving comedy, charismatic cover girls, and contemporary Arapaho art are all on the year-end agenda.