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March-April 2016

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Making Space for Indigenerds

Making Space for Indigenerds

The first Indigenous Comic Con will be held in November in Albuquerque.

Creative Rezilience

Creative Rezilience

New event celebrates artists and their works while promising less competition and more Indigenous resilience.

Introducing Arizona's first Native American Youth Summit 

Introducing Arizona's first Native American Youth Summit 

Poet Tanaya Winder leads readers back to love

Poet Tanaya Winder leads readers back to love

Tanaya Winder (Southern Ute, Duckwater Shoshone, and Pyramid Lake Paiute) launches her debut book, Words Like Love: Poems, and slays all our hearts.

Adding Sun and Moon Energies to Dishes Honors Heritage for Chef Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz

Adding Sun and Moon Energies to Dishes Honors Heritage for Chef Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz

Beyond Curtis

Beyond Curtis

Three Native artists—Zig Jackson (Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara), Wendy Red Star (Apsa’alooke) and Will Wilson (Diné)—take on the images of iconic and controversial photographer Edward Curtis to show Native life through a Native lens and narrative.

Smokestack Lightning and the Championship Blues

The band from the Gila River Indian Community near Phoenix takes center stage at a national blues competition in Memphis and prepares to drop a new album.

Powwow Trail Leads to Gathering

Powwow Trail Leads to Gathering

Powwow is a way of life for some families. Here we get a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the colorful, chaotic and culture-infused lives of three families on the powwow trail.

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