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Rodeo Reigns in the Hands of Native Youth

Rodeo Reigns in the Hands of Native Youth

The Indian rodeo circuit is bucking nationwide trends that show a sport on the decline. Thanks in part to Native youth like Jordan “Slick” Phelps (Oglala Lakota), a 20-year-old from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, the face and culture of rodeo is changing for the better as he and others continue to dominate championships across the country.

Indigenous Illusions

Indigenous Illusions

Magicians Reuben Fast Horse (Hunkpapa Lakota), Brian Yazzie (Diné) and Autumn Morning Star (Blackfeet/Choctaw) cast spells across Indian Country to both entertain and educate.

“He Hō‘ike no ke Ola”: A Hawaiian Artist’s Microscopic View

“He Hō‘ike no ke Ola”: A Hawaiian Artist’s Microscopic View

The work of Maui printmaker Abigail Romanchak takes a deep look at climate change.

The GroovaLottos: NDN Soul & Funky Blues

The GroovaLottos: NDN Soul & Funky Blues

You can’t help but dance to the funky blues and soul sounds of The GroovaLottos, whose chart-climbing new single, “Do you Mind…? The Phunk,” earned them a nomination from this year’s Native American Music Awards.

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Rodeo Reigns in the Hands of Native Youth

Rodeo Reigns in the Hands of Native Youth

The Indian rodeo circuit is bucking nationwide trends that show a sport on the decline. Thanks in part to Native youth like Jordan “Slick” Phelps (Oglala Lakota), a 20-year-old from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, the face and culture of rodeo is changing for the better as he and others continue to dominate championships across the country.

Indigenous Illusions

Indigenous Illusions

Magicians Reuben Fast Horse (Hunkpapa Lakota), Brian Yazzie (Diné) and Autumn Morning Star (Blackfeet/Choctaw) cast spells across Indian Country to both entertain and educate.

Images from Standing Rock

Images from Standing Rock

Lakota photographer Jaida Grey Eagle shares her experience with art and activism from the protector camps near Standing Rock. The Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, where Grey Eagle is a student, will host a benefit show Oct. 16 featuring her images and other artwork.

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.

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