Native Peoples magazine is the first and the largest, paid-circulation, consumer magazine devoted to the arts and cultures of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas. Founded in 1987, it has an estimated readership of over 100,000; with subscribers (most in the U.S.) and readers in 36 foreign countries. U.S. and Canadian newsstand distribution by Coast to Coast Magazines at Barnes & Noble, Hastings, etc.
Our editorial perspective continues to pay homage to the dignity of the history of Native America and the vibrant contemporary world of Native “living cultures”. Our ongoing mission to provide a "sensitive portrayal” of the Native peoples of the Americas. We invite our readers to journey with us and explore the rich evolving lives of American Indians: where they came from and where they’re going.
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Nearly 4,000 newsstands and retailers throughout the U.S. carry each edition of Native Peoples magazine. While carriers vary slightly from each issue of the magazine to the next, the map below shows locations where individual copies of the magazine are sold. Search the map below to find a carrier, or subscribe online. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Taté Walker (Lakota), Editor
602/265-4855 ext 130
Kevin Coochwytewa (Hopi/Isleta Pueblo), Creative Director
602/265-4855 ext 120
Lynn Francis (Akwesasne Mohawk), Production Manager
602/265-4855 ext 170
602/265-4855 ext 121
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