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Game Changers: 12 Native Athletes Who Made History

Game Changers: 12 Native Athletes Who Made History

Our time line highlights First Americans of the past century who raised the bar in track, football, baseball, basketball and lacrosse.

Resolution to Read

Resolution to Read

Institute of American Indian Arts hosts Sherman Alexie, Joy Harjo, others for Writers Festival this week in Santa Fe.

Fashion Finds in Alaska Reinvent the Traditional

Fashion Finds in Alaska Reinvent the Traditional

An Athabascan designer's fish skin garments push fashion forward in Alaska. Plus a mask carver designs fashion-statement pieces and another artist creates sealskin, slippers and jackets.

Inupiaq Culture and Language Come to the Fore in ‘Never Alone’

Inupiaq Culture and Language Come to the Fore in ‘Never Alone’

Review: The breakthrough videogame set in the Arctic serves as an example of what’s possible.

Sweet Memories

Sweet Memories

3 holiday dessert recipes in honor of Native Peoples’ longtime food photographer Martin “Marty” Jacobs

‘World’s Greatest Athlete' Jim Thorpe

‘World’s Greatest Athlete' Jim Thorpe

Wendy Red Star on the Rise

Wendy Red Star on the Rise

The Crow artist takes on heavy topics with humor and cutting commentary.

Rapper Supaman Flies Solo with Lyrics of Reservation Life

Rapper Supaman Flies Solo with Lyrics of Reservation Life

At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, a ‘Culture of Radical and Dynamic Change’

At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, a ‘Culture of Radical and Dynamic Change’

One of the most ambitious exhibits to date focused on the tribal cultures of the Plains will be at at the Kansas City museum through early January.

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