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July-August 2016

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In This Issue

"We Are All Related"

The animated digital story of a Choctaw boy who takes a walk in the woods with his grandfather and learns about his own place in a great big universe.

"Medicine Woman"

A documentary film from NET TV about Native women healers of today and the story of America’s first Native doctor, Susan La Flesche Picotte.

"Canyon Song"

A Navajo family balances modern life with the traditional "Navajo Way," teaching their children their language, culture and ceremony within the sacred walls of Canyon de Chelly National Monument.

"Heenetiineyoo3eihiiho' (Language Healers)"

The story of Native peoples striving to revitalize their languages.

"Hoverboard"

"Hoverboard"

Inspired after watching "Back to the Future Part II," an endearing young girl and her stuffed teddy bear try to invent a real, working hoverboard.

"We Are All Related Here"

"We Are All Related Here"

“We Are All Related Here” is a documentary film that tells the story of the Yup'ik people of Newtok, Alaska, who are being forced to relocate their village due to the erosion and flooding they are experiencing as a result of global warming.

Native Film Series

Native Film Series

The Native Film Series will show at the historic El Morro Theatre in downtown Gallup and feature a variety of award-winning films created by Native Americans.

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.

Celebrating 100 Years on Timeless Lands

Celebrating 100 Years on Timeless Lands

The National Park Service is officially 100 years old. Some parks, including Grand Canyon in Arizona, Glacier in Montana and Niagara Falls in New York, honor the anniversary by forging partnerships with the land’s original, Indigenous caretakers.

Cultural Burdens: A Tribute to Native Women

Cultural Burdens: A Tribute to Native Women

Artist Carol Emarthle-Douglas (Northern Arapaho/Seminole) discusses her award-winning piece. Plus, what’s next for the basket-maker and scholar.

Back From the Red

Back From the Red

Mohawk musician DJ Shub, who left A Tribe Called Red in 2014, releases his debut album, "Powwow Step."

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.

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