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A ‘Magnificent’ Ride

A ‘Magnificent’ Ride

Native Peoples magazine sat down with Jonathan Joss (Comanche/Apache), who participated in the remake of the classic Western, "The Magnificent Seven," which hits theaters Sept. 23. He also tells us about several upcoming projects, including launching his own meat rub and spice line.

Unlearning Cultural Misrepresentation

Unlearning Cultural Misrepresentation

As the new school year begins, Native students across the United States push for more accurate portrayals of their tribal cultures and histories in schools.

Runways & Hallways: New Fall Looks from Indigenous Designers

Runways & Hallways: New Fall Looks from Indigenous Designers

Though Loren Aragon (Acoma Pueblo) and Jared Yazzie (Diné) create fashions on opposite ends of the spectrum—beautifully-designed couture and issue-oriented streetwear, respectively—both designers look to tell the stories of their people through wearable art.

A Tribe Called Red, A Nation Called Halluci

A Tribe Called Red, A Nation Called Halluci

With their highly anticipated third album dropping Sept. 16, Aboriginal DJ trio A Tribe Called Red continues to reinvent next-level powwow-inspired music. We Are the Halluci Nation features collaborations with John Trudell (Santee Dakota), Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) and drum groups Northern Voice and Black Bear, among others.

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The Power of Self-Definition

The Power of Self-Definition

A new exhibit at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe, "Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art," explores Indigenous artists’ perceptions and expressions of their cultures in response to the modern world.

Not Your Mama’s Indian Art

Not Your Mama’s Indian Art

A group of artists challenges stereotypes—and has a little fun—in a new show, Native Pop, at the Paseo Plunge gallery in Oklahoma City.

Indigenous Queen Steps Into the Light

Indigenous Queen Steps Into the Light

Renowned basketry artist George Neptune (Passamaquody) takes us on a Two Spirit journey just in time for June’s national LGBTQ+ Pride Month as he introduces the world to his drag-queen alter ego Lyzz Bien in an effort to create safe, more accepting spaces for Two Spirits across Indian Country.

Seeds of Change

Seeds of Change

A growing movement in Native communities encourages a return to ancestral crops and sustainability in food production. Here we learn why and more about Indigenous garden and seed advocacy programs in Arizona, California and Minnesota.

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