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A fresh taste of Taos straight from the domed horno oven, the sleek, unique style of a notorious Native TikTok superstar, and a runway ruled by the fiercest of fashion show emcees are all standing by to stimulate your senses this weekend and next week in Indian Country. 

Ava DuVernay and Bird Runningwater
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UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — Last week, NBC announced the development of a new TV drama titled “Sovereign,” from award-winning executive producers Ava DuVernay (“When They See Us,” “Selma”) and Cheyenne, Mescalero Apache member Bird Runningwater along with writers and directors  Sydney Freeland (“Drunktown’s Finest”), a Navajo Nation citizen, and Shaz Bennett (“Sugar Queen”). 

Of Gods and Heroes
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Marvel Entertainment continues to diversify its comic book universe just in time for Native American Heritage Month by introducing “Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices #1.”

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A bad auntie, a brilliant basketmaker, and the biggest showbiz industry event in Indian Country are all vying for your attention this weekend and next week. Which intriguing Indigenous events will you dive into?

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The 2021 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair, along with the 2020 Cherokee Art Market, will both be held online, according to recent announcements.

In the Land of My Ancestors
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SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — For the first time, the Wild and Scenic Film Festival “where activism gets inspired” tour is available through remote access to encourage land stewardship, including films focused on Indigenous ways of knowing.

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On a digital billboard in Tulsa, Okla., three Native ladies rock multi-colored mocs on their way to the ballot box.

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. 

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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.