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Meskwaki author Ray Young Bear wins award for poetry collection
The Before Columbus Foundation is recognizing three Native citizens in 2016.
Lakota Country Times: War shirt wins top prize at Native POP show
The fourth annual Native POP: People of the Plains art market and cultural celebration took place last month in Rapid City.
Lakota Country Times: Lakota culture inspires massive sculpture
It’s about to be another very warm summer day in western South Dakota as Masayuki Nagase stands near his 'home-away-from-home' since 2013.
Native Sun News: Film shot at Pine Ridge Reservation hits milestone
Film history is being made by lots of folks on Pine Ridge who are making a romantic comedy called 'Mallard’s Road.'
Ballet company from Osage Nation shares story with New Mexico audiences
'Wahzhazhe' has been staged in Oklahoma, Washington, D.C, and even before Pope Francis.
Charles Kader: Author fails in attempted 'Takedown' of Mohawk people
In counting how many instances of speculation passed off as fact that I could track, the list kept growing.
Award-winning Ojibwe writer Jim Northrup passes away at age 73
Jim Northrup was a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.
Lakota Country Times: Summer program connects with Native youth
A summer art program on the Pine Ridge Reservation introduced professional artists to tribal youth in an effort to help combat the high rate of suicide among young Lakota.
Native Sun News: Native POP celebrates Native artists in Rapid City
The Rapid City Arts Council and Native POP: People of the Plains presented A Gathering of Arts and Culture art market and cultural celebration, a day of film, art, concerts and cultural education, downtown at Main Street Square on July 16.
Native Sun News: Tribal college showcases works of Lakota artists
Oglala Lakota College’s summer art series 'A Vision of Our History by Lakota Artists' featured the work of Kevin Pourier in July 2016.
New law in Oklahoma goes against Indian Arts and Crafts Act
The Oklahoma law leaves out members of state recognized tribes.
Review: Hard look at drugs in Indian Country in 'Seventh Fire'
The documentary focuses on drugs on the White Earth Nation in Minnesota.
Native Sun News: First Nations Sculpture Garden ready for debut
The First Nations Sculpture Garden is nearing completion and preparing for a tentatively scheduled public showing on September 15 in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Navajo artist Vanessa Bowen takes on Donald Trump with 'Make America Native Again'
Vanessa Bowen is selling a line of apparel with her 'Make America Native Again' slogan.
Steve Russell: Songs about our Indian wars manage to stay timely
Topical songs about Indians might fade away because fashions changed, but not because the Indian wars are over.
Lakota Country Times: New book explores Sioux Nation land claim
Peter Capossela documents a history of land grabs by the United States that starts with the Fort Laramie Treaties of 1851 and 1868.
Steve Russell: Music always plays a role in our political campaigns
The U.S. has been running political tunes up the flagpole every election since George Washington’s run for a second term.
Lakota Country Times: Native youth come together for graffiti jam
The Cheyenne River Youth Project will again look to provide children with an outlet through its acclaimed Red Can graffiti project.
Native Sun News: Lakota artists recount legend of the Black Hills
The Great Race, a story of the formation of the Black Hills in South Dakota, an ovate shaped range of hills and mountains that clearly resemble a modern racecourse, was recorded in written format by Oglala Lakota author James LaPointe.
Review: 'New England Bound' recounts slavery of Indian people
As enslaved Africans came in, New England merchants sent Indian captives out, banishing them to Barbados or somewhere else beyond the seas.
Steve Russell: Music forms the soundtrack of our lives and times
By the time you are pushing 40, you understand why oldies radio stations are common coast to coast.
Musician brings Native language to stage in Canada Day concert
Ron Austin, an artist and hereditary chief from the Wet'suwet'en Nation of British Columbia, collaborated with musician Alex Cuba on the effort.
Native talent among diverse group asked to join film academy
Adam Beach, Sherman Alexie, Heather Rae and Joanelle Romero have been invited to join the prestigious Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
A Tribe Called Red heads to Alaska next month for Native benefit
The award-winning Native music group is performing in the 49th state for the first time.
Lakota Country Times: Outdoor movie night a success at Pine Ridge
With summer in full swing the Oglala Sioux Tribe came together to provide a night of fun for the youth of Pine Ridge village.
Film exposes police harassment of Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
'Mashpee Nine: The Beat Goes On' is seeing its premiere in Massachusetts.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe nears completion of long-awaited movie theater
Construction is wrapping up on the 7th Generation Cinema in Eagle Butte, South Dakota, and it's slated to open in the next few weeks.
Anti-Indian figure appears in segment on tribal court jurisdiction
Indian Country isn't the only one paying attention to a tribal jurisdiction case that's pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne musician Gary Small shares talents with youth
The Coyote Brothers, led by guitar wizard Gary Small, performed at the Lame Deer High School on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
Lakota Country Times: Tribes fail to stop auction of warrior shirt
The Oglala Sioux Tribe failed to prevent the sale of an ancient Lakota war shirt that was put up for auction in Paris, France.
Native Sun News: Rolling Rez Arts van makes a stop in Rapid City
The extraordinary Rolling Rez Arts Van, embellished with a strikingly brilliant buffalo herd pictograph, graced the corner of Seventh and Main streets in downtown Rapid City, South Dakota.
Native Sun News: Sioux Indian Museum affected by city proposal
Were the Journey to be moved to the outskirts of town, to a decentralized site, it would lose its duality of place as a conveniently accessible events center and community and cultural centerpiece.
Native Sun News: Major changes eyed at museum with tribal items
Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender wants to convert The Journey Museum & Learning Center into a housing and community support services facility.
Navajo Nation wins another decision in trademark fashion dispute
The tribe has won the right to seek millions of dollars in damages from three fashion retailers that sold "Navajo' items without authorization.
Auction of tribal property goes ahead in France amid opposition
A sacred shield was pulled from the sale after Acoma Pueblo disclosed that it had been stolen from the reservation in the 1970s.
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