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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. 

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MINNEAPOLIS — Owamni, a modern full service Indigenous restaurant by Sean Sherman, who is commonly known as the Sioux Chef, was featured this month as one of the Best New Restaurants in America by Esquire. Each year, the popular men’s culture magazine features 40 restaurants across the country that made an impact on four of the magazine’s writers: Omar Mamoon, Joshua David Stein, Jeff Gordinier, and Kevin Sintumuang. 

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Reservation Dogs has received a Golden Globe nomination in the category of Best Musical/Comedy Series.

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Indigenous-Centered Content to Binge During Your Time Off

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NEW YORK — In 2012, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) staff asked its historian Gabrielle Tayac   —  a member of the Piscataway Nation born and raised in downtown Manhattan—to curate its upcoming exhibit on Native New York.

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MINNEAPOLIS — On Sunday, the 4th annual Indigenous Bowl convened at the US Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings, in downtown Minneapolis. Native American student athletes in their senior year of high school, recommended by their coaches to the 7G Foundation, along with their families and spectators from all over the country, traveled to Minneapolis to participate in a weekend of team-building and empowerment. 

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In the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Diné photographer Eugene Tapahe had a dream that brought healing to the people and the land. His dream was of jingle dress dancers approaching buffalo grazing in the Yellowstone National Park, and of buffalo joining the dancers in the well-known healing dance that has its origins during the Spanish flu of 1918 among the Ojibwe people. 

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This weekend and next week, Indian Country is all about shopping and entertaining Indigenous for the holidays.

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On Monday, the The Native American Media Alliance— a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that fosters Native inclusivity in the entertainment industry—selected the eight candidates for their third annual Native American Animation Lab.