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Al Jazeera: Gregg Deal takes on racist mascot with mural in DC (04/10)
Al Jazeera interviews artist Gregg Deal on his mural that takes on the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.

Gyasi Ross: Native people were just people on popular TV show (04/10)
Gyasi Ross pays tribute to the Native actors who helped make Breaking Bad a popular and critically-acclaimed show.

Blog: Matika Wilbur continues photo journey through Indian Country (04/09)
Matika Wilbur (Tulalip / Swinomish) continues her effort to capture members of nearly every federally recognized tribe in the United States through her Project 562.

Indian arts organization surprised by departure of top executive (04/08)
The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts said it was open to talks with its former chief operating officer but neither side appears to be saying what led to the break.

Seminole Tribe sued over failed business deal with music group (04/08)
The Seminole Tribe of Florida is being sued by the former manager for the music group Candlebox.

Q&A with blogger on Native representations in children's books (04/07)
Aura Bogado interviews blogger Debbie Reese (Nambe Pueblo) about the depiction of Native people in books.

Peter Matthiessen, author of Leonard Peltier book, passes away (04/07)
Peter Matthiessen, the author of In the Spirit of Crazy Horse and a staunch defender of imprisoned American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier, died on Saturday.

Adam Beach makes deal to bring first-run films to First Nations (04/02)
Actor Adam Beach is bringing first-run films to reserves in Canada.

Native Sun News: John Frazier makes his own journey with music (04/02)
By way of Eagle Butte, Rapid City boasts only one Grammy winner; Mr. John Frazier.

Navajo man resigns from top position at Indian arts organization (04/01)
John Torres-Nez, a member of the Navajo Nation, unexpectedly resigned as chief operating officer of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts on Monday.

A Tribe Called Red wins Breakthrough Group of the Year at Junos (03/31)
A Tribe Called Red won Breakthrough Group of the Year at the Juno Awards on Sunday night.

Comic book series to introduce female Native teenage superhero (03/28)
The creator of the Justice League United comic book series is introducing a Native character.

Colbert Report: Washington team extends olive branch to tribes (03/27)
Stephen Colbert took on the 'Original Americans Foundation' in his Sports Report on Wednesday night.

Backstage: Native American roles end up going to White actors (03/27)
Backstage reports on the controversy over the casting of Native American roles in film.

Rich Francis stars as first Native contestant on Top Chef Canada (03/26)
Rich Francis is making history as the first Native contestant to appear on Top Chef Canada.

Native Sun News: Dana Lonehill depicts rez life with debut book (03/25)
Finding a book written about Native people written by someone from an actual Indian reservation is a rarity.

Azie Dungey: Native Americans deserve a seat at the table too (03/21)
Azie Dungey, the creator and star of Ask A Slave, explains why the casting of a White actress in a Native role is so troubling

Petition questions casting for 'Native' role in Peter Pan remake (03/20)
Nearly 6,000 people have signed a petition that questions the casting of a White actress as a Native American character in a new version of Peter Pan.

Muscogee Nation flute maker one of few to carry on tradition (03/19)
Nelson Harjo is one of the last traditional flute-makers of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma.

CBC cancels 'Arctic Air' featuring Adam Beach after 3 seasons (03/18)
CBC TV has canceled Arctic Air, a primetime drama featuring Native actor Adam Beach, after three seasons.

Review: 'Xingu' shares history behind tribal preserve in Brazil (03/14)
Xingu shares the history behind the creation of the Xingu National Park in Brazil.

Native advocates to present 'Sliver of a Full Moon' at US Capitol (03/10)
Native women advocates are bringing an acclaimed play about domestic violence in Indian Country to the U.S. Capitol.

Blog: Combating misrepresentation of Native people with photos (03/03)
Photographer Matika Wilbur hopes to dispel misrepresentations of Native people through her efforts to capture members of nearly every federally recognized tribe:

Review: Zahn McClarnon shines in an otherwise drab 'Red Road' (02/27)
The New York Times sees some good work by Zahn McClarnon, who plays a tribal member in The Red Road, a new Sundance show that's based on the Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey.

Review: A bumpy journey into Lunaape land with 'The Red Road' (02/26)
The Hollywood Reporter encounters some flawed storytelling in The Red Road, a new Sundance show that's based on the Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey.

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