American Apartheid by Stephanie Woodard demonstrates that Native Nations and Peoples are alive and active today.
While the student athletes dazzled crowds during the Lakota Nation Invitational, a small group of poets gathered to express themselves in a safe space provided by organizers.
There is a long history of looting and stealing Indian burials and important cultural and sacred patrimony.
The Tulsa Artist Fellowship continues to foster Native talent.
A 'Native' handshake has a famous astrophysicist who hosts a television show under scrutiny.
Having returned from a long trip to England, Wanbli Ceya found himself back home in the land of his Oglala ancestors, needing to refocus on his art and commitment to his people.


A record number of Native Americans, including Native women, are seeking seats in the U.S. Congress. Here are the active candidates.

Tommy Orange deftly captures the urban-Indigenous experience in his debut novel, There There.

A new documentary shows how one state is confronting Native American child removal.

How a young Chinese filmmaker comes to create movies in Lakota Territory that are loved both here at home and at festivals worldwide is anybody’s guess

Brandon Hobson is among the five finalists for National Book Award in fiction.

Will Smith is turning 50. And he's bungee jumping over the Grand Canyon to celebrate.

Cartoonist Ricardo Caté has turned his attention to politics and the environment.

'Warrior Women' follows an Indian family's experience, from the occupation at Alcatraz to the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The Canadian government’s Department of Canadian Heritage has the opportunity to support a groundbreaking cultural initiative.

One hundred years ago, 1,200 striking miners were rounded up by gunpoint and forced to leave their homes.

Two Native authors, including one who has won widespread praise for his debut work, are among the finalists for the National Book Award.

Tommy Orange is earning critical praise for his debut novel about urban Indians.

Airing this fall on PBS, 'Native America' was produced with the active participation of Native communities in two continents.

Indigenous film festivals showcase Native stories, but more support is needed to reach mainstream audiences.

Racially and sexually objectifying Aboriginal women reflects a long practice in Australia and abroad.

Native fashion designer Patricia Michaels is trying to get back on her feet after losing much of her work in a flood.

The art and culture of the Lakota, and Indigenous people as a whole, has long been a part of the greater community.

A citizen of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma, Howie Echo-Hawk has been making people laugh all his life.

Haida traditions are an inspiration to contemporary artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, the inventor of a new graphic genre.

Henry Payer's earliest memory involves a sketchbook his father once gave him. He's been filling pages ever since.

The hit HBO series Westworld both relies on and pushes against stereotypes of the mythological West.

Harvey Pratt, a veteran of the Vietnam War, has been chosen to create the National Native American Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

The 'Broken Rock' tribe wants its land back in Yellowstone, a new series on the Paramount Network.

Indigenous people recently gathered on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee for the inaugural Indigenous Fashion Week in Toronto.

An unprecedented audio-visual art exhibit about the Wounded Knee Massacre is traveling around South Dakota.

Will Marvel’s Snowguard, an Inuk teen, break stereotypes?

'Women are a goddess; the grocery cart and the woman carry the man, in a sense,' says Lakota musician Wanbli Ceya, who also performs as JuQ.

Our guttural love of SPAM was born in 1944, when cases of the shiny cans were berthed from aircraft carriers.

'In my spare time I would mess with computer programs to see what capabilities they had,' says Acoma Pueblo artist Jon Juanico.

A bill to protect Alaska Native artists from being punished for practicing their traditions is taking a step forward on Capitol Hill.

The Rider, a film set on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, is garnering favorable news coverage and reviews.