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'You Will Never Be Forgotten': 4 artist reflections from 'Walking With Our Sisters'

'You Will Never Be Forgotten': 4 artist reflections from 'Walking With Our Sisters'

The exhibit featuring hundreds of unfinished moccasins commemorates the lives of the missing and murdered Indigenous women of the United States and Canada.

September-October 2014
Walking With Our Sisters: A Healing Journey in Unfinished Moccasins

Walking With Our Sisters: A Healing Journey in Unfinished Moccasins

The exhibit touring Canada and the U.S. brings attention to the lives and stories of hundreds of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

September-October 2014
Marvin Oliver: On Paper

Marvin Oliver: On Paper

A Visual Voice at Seattle’s Stonington Gallery

May-June 2014
Viewpoint: Stories of Trauma, Healing and Hope

Viewpoint: Stories of Trauma, Healing and Hope

The Justice Department holds hearings aimed at reducing childhood exposure to violence.

May-June 2014
Shifting Views with 'Drunktown's Finest'

Shifting Views with 'Drunktown's Finest'

The makers of Sydney Freeland's "Drunktown's Finest"discuss the film's power and Freeland's future.

March-April 2014
A Tribe Called Red: The Turtle Island Tour

A Tribe Called Red: The Turtle Island Tour

The three DJs of a Tribe Called Red have some 30 stops booked in Canada and the United States through April.

March-April 2014
The End of Indian Time

The End of Indian Time

July-August 2013
Happenings: Spider Women Carry Culture

Happenings: Spider Women Carry Culture

There are an array of events happening in November in December including the Navajo Rug Show & Sale hosted by the nonprofit group Adopt-ANative Elder.

November-December 2011
Big Doings in Tennessee

Big Doings in Tennessee

We head to Tennessee for the NAIA Annual Pow Wow and Fall Festival. Plus details on other special events nationwide. By Daniel Gibson.

September-October 2011

Happenings: Festival in the Everglades

We push into the Everglades of south-central Florida to attend the annual American Indian Art Celebration at the Seminole Tribe’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum. Plus details on other special events of Native interest across North America.

November-December 2010