A well-known Pueblo artist can't sue the police officers who pointed an assault rifle at him, handcuffed him and detained him, a court has ruled.
You've heard it everywhere. Now get ready for the first Native language version of 'Baby Shark' doo doo doo doo doo doo.
The work of a Choctaw Nation artist inspired the name of a government-wide initiative aimed at addressing the crisis of missing and murdered Native Americans.
Native music remains in a cultural ghetto, unheard by most people, unmarketed by the major music companies and alien to a world which is in desperate needs of its power and beauty.
“Mallard’s Road,” a film starring Lakota actors, will have its world premiere at the famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California.
The 130-year legacy of fire suppression in the U.S. is a process that continues to dispossess Native peoples of their lands.


The opportunity to share a bit of our culture, history and stories with non-Indians of good will is always good and appreciated.

Groundbreaking Oglala Lakota musician Buddy Red Bow is the subject of a new documentary.

A documentary about Buddy Red Bow, the Lakota musician, premieres on South Dakota Public Broadcasting.

Performing for the first time outside South Dakota, the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra’s Lakota Music Project will appear in concert at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is telling is own story at a new cultural center and museum on the reservation.

I began a healing process recently to better understand my role as a father of my own son.

Olivia Gonzalez was 14 years old when she was asked to come up on stage and sing. The rest is history.

New books tackle tough issues related to climate change, extinction, Indigenous sovereignty, ocean conservation and a whole lot more.

Denise Lajimodiere has kept her promise to Indian boarding school survivors with this sacred oath of a book.

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s new cultural center, Hocokata Ti, opens to the public on July 26, 2019.

The 19th annual Native Cinema Showcase begins and ends with portraits of strong women.

Wes Studi will make Oscar history by receiving an Academy of Motion Pictures honorary award in October 2019.

'Molly of Denali' is the first nationally distributed children’s series to feature an Alaska Native lead character.

There are still many creative and very talented beaders in Indian Country.

Curtis St. Cyr gained notoriety playing harmonica and singing the blues. But he also dedicated his life to his people and his family.

Joy Harjo, a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, has been named the 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States.

'There There' by Tommy Orange has been described as one of the best books of 2018.

Known for his benevolent spirit and quiet philanthropy, Ray Hillenbrand was a longtime supporter of the Native art community.

No matter who you are or what your circumstance is, you will always have a home in this tribe.

Cheyenne and Arapaho citizen and designer Nan Blassingame draws inspiration from tribal culture.

Plans for a Medal of Honor museum have been scrapped following controversy over ties to the Wounded Knee Massacre.

Crossfire joins the long history of punk and hardcore bands that have spoken out on issues facing their communities.

An iconic portrait of Russell Means, created by Andy Warhol, went big on a night of even bigger sales.

Steve Turner honors his heritage, pharmacy career, and love of country music.

Dignity is fifty feet tall. Her moccasins are eight feet long. Her spirit is imperious and humble at the same time.

Wanbli Ceya is back home, making music on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

'Intervention Piece' by Edgar Heap of Birds is on display at the St. Louis Art Museum.

'The Fourth World' by George Manuel richly deserves its status as a foundational work.

The Cherokee Nation supported a state law that required 'Indian' art to be produced by citizens of federally recognized tribes.

Citizens of state recognized tribes can once again sell their goods in Oklahoma without being fined or imprisoned.