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November-December 2014

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Sweet Memories

Sweet Memories

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

New Indigenous Superheroes Save the Day

New Indigenous Superheroes Save the Day

Speaking tribal languages is just one superpower among heroes gracing the pages of comic books.

Wendy Red Star on the Rise

Wendy Red Star on the Rise

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

Legal Scholar Sarah Deer Wins a ‘Genius’ Grant

Legal Scholar Sarah Deer Wins a ‘Genius’ Grant

The Muscogee (Creek) professor’s efforts in advancing justice for Native women receive recognition from the MacArthur Foundation with a $625,000 grant

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.

Viewpoint: On Will Rogers' Birthday, 5 Political Quotes from the Cherokee Humorist

Viewpoint: On Will Rogers' Birthday, 5 Political Quotes from the Cherokee Humorist

Today marks both Election Day and icon Will Roger's birthday. Art Coulson (Cherokee), who writes regularly for Native Peoples magazine, shares some of his favorite Rogers quotes.

8 Top Social Media Conversations, Starting With #RockYourMocs

8 Top Social Media Conversations, Starting With #RockYourMocs

November brings #RockYourMocs. We take a look at this Native American Heritage month movement and other social media trends that are changing the conversation for Indian Country.

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