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UN, Indigenous Organizations Prepare for World Conference

UN, Indigenous Organizations Prepare for World Conference

Native peoples' issues will define the UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples in September, but critics say Native nations won't have enough of a say in the historic, high-level meeting.

Santa Fe: A Two-Market Town?

Santa Fe: A Two-Market Town?

As the 93rd annual Santa Fe Indian Market approaches, the rise of the new Indigenous Fine Art Market poses questions over whether the city—home to the biggest Native art scene in the world—will be big enough for two markets come August.

How Lacrosse Came to the Haudenosaunee

How Lacrosse Came to the Haudenosaunee

The story of the Creator’s game is told through an award-winning cradleboard.

6 Urban Natives in the Arts

6 Urban Natives in the Arts

As more and more Natives move to cities, artists urge merging identities and reject the ‘urban’ label

Remembering Billy Frank

Remembering Billy Frank

The work of the Nisqually tribal treaty rights advocate led to long-lasting policy changes.

Native Wineries Take Root

Native Wineries Take Root

A growing number of tribes and Native people enter the booming U.S. wine industry.

RezonateArt

RezonateArt

Native artists use digital spaces to promote work and give back to communities.

Leah Shenandoah: Songs of a Compassionate Heart

Leah Shenandoah: Songs of a Compassionate Heart

The singer, painter and jewelry artist talks about her new album and singing with her mother.

Scatter Their Own Releases New Album

Scatter Their Own Releases New Album

The alt-rock duo Scatter Their Own from the Pine Ride Reservation in South Dakota expresses spirituality through music

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