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Performance sheds light on 'purchase' of Lenape island in 1626 (11/19)
The acquisition of Manhattan is told from a Native point of view in a concert opera.

Doug George-Kanentiio: NAMMYs promote Native musical talent (11/18)
The fifteenth Native American Music Awards, held at the Seneca Allegany Casino in New York, once again honored the best in Native music.

Peter d'Errico: Thanksgiving vs. the National Day of Mourning (11/13)
Nipmuc author Larry Spotted Crow Mann explores the National Day of Mourning in a new book.

Column: Fashion designers often steal from Native culture too (11/04)
Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan explores the appropriation of Native culture in the fashion industry.

Vice: Hip-hop artist Drezus on new journey after jail sentence (10/29)
A profile of a Native hip-hop artist who has a new perspective on life after serving time in prison on drug charges.

Review: NMAI treaties exhibit underscores misunderstandings (10/22)
A review of Nation to Nation: Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations, a new exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian.

Eyapaha Today: Oneida singer follows in her mother's footsteps (10/22)
Kahawitha Shenandoah, known affectionately as Leah, has been singing since she can remember.

Ousted Project Runway contestant reaffirms Puyallup heritage (10/20)
Korina Emmerich says her family can document its Puyallup ties despite not being enrolled with the tribe.

Blackfeet actress Misty Upham found dead after going missing (10/17)
The 32-year-old actress had gone missing from a relative's home on the Muckleshoot Reservation earlier this month.

Puyallup News: Project Runway contestant isn't enrolled in tribe (10/15)
A popular reality TV show now airing on the Lifetime Network includes one contestant that identifies as Native American, but she claims to be Puyallup and here is where the problem comes in.

Review: Mechoopda Tribe shares its own story at new exhibit (10/09)
The Mechoopda Tribe collaborated with the Chico Museum on a new exhibit.

Native Sun News: Harvest the Hope concert unites Keystone foes (10/02)
Cowboys and Indians; West coast and East Coast; brown and white; rich and poor; 8,000 people gathered on a farm owned by Art and Helen Tanderup in solidarity

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Telling the indigenous story with public art (10/01)
The First Nations Sculpture Garden in Rapid City, South Dakota, remembers the past of the indigenous peoples of this area.

Actress with Native heritage cast in new version of Peter Pan (09/25)
Alanna Saunders is reportedly a descendant of members of the Cherokee Nation.

Review: NMAI treaties exhibit exposes historical tragedies in US (09/24)
A review of Nation to Nation: Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations, a new exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian.

Lens: Gender identity among Warao people in remote Venezuela (09/05)
The Lens Blog of The New York Times talks to Alvaro Laiz about his experiences with the Warao people of Venezuela and a unique aspect of their culture.

Native Sun News: Film company aims to bring Native stories to life (09/02)
Two Oglala Lakota people with the vision and skills have stepped forward to make the change in how their stories are told.

National Museum of the American Indian celebrates 10th birthday (09/01)
Years of planning, fundraising and contributions from Indian Country led to NMAI's opening in September 2004, an affair that drew tens of thousands of indigenous people from across the Americas to the National Mall.

National Museum of the American Indian celebrates 10th birthday (09/01)
Years of planning, fundraising and contributions from Indian Country led to NMAI's opening in September 2004, an affair that drew tens of thousands of indigenous people from across the Americas to the National Mall.

Artist Gregg Deal takes on Indian mascots for performance piece (08/28)
The Pyramid Lake Paiute artist will subject himself to eight hours of public abuse to address the treatment of Indian people.

KTOO: Cook Inlet Tribe turns to video game to represent culture (08/27)
Never Alone, the first video game produced by Upper One Games, a company owned by the Cook Inlet Tribal Council of Alaska, is coming out later this year.

Misty Lynn Ellingburg: 'Four Winds' is a literary magazine for us (08/27)
Misty Lynn Ellingburg, a member of the Shoalwater Bay Tribe of Washington, seeks submissions for the next issue of Four Winds Literary Magazine.

Charles Trimble: Pine Ridge -- the Hollywood of Indian Country (08/26)
Now comes Pine Ridge, the up-and-coming HollyRez of Indian Country.

Indigenous Fine Arts Market kicks off big weekend in New Mexico (08/22)
More than 1,400 Native artists are showcasing their talents at two big markets this weekend as part of an annual ritual that draws more than 100,000 people to Santa Fe.

Three Indian artists selected as NEA's National Heritage Fellows (08/22)
A Mohawk basketweaver, an Odawa quillworker and an Omaha singer will be honored next month in Washington, D.C.

KCUR: Modern and historic Indian art on display in Kansas City (08/21)
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art at Johnson County Community College are bringing contemporary and historic Indian art to audiences in Kansas City.

Review: Native man serves as anti-hero in 'Winter In The Blood' (08/20)
The New York Times reviews Winter In The Blood, starring Chaske Spencer as an Indian man in Montana.

Eyapaha Today: J. Waylon Miller leads Friends of Cesar Romero (08/20)
Friends of Cesar Romero is the one-man-band brain child of Rapid City’s own J.Waylon Miller, formally of The Reddmen fame

Neil Young and Willie Nelson stage anti-Keystone benefit show (08/18)
The Harvest the Hope Concert will benefit Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network and the Cowboy Indian Alliance.

Editorial: Getting excited for two Indian art markets in Santa Fe (08/15)
New Mexico newspaper is getting excited for two big events next week -- the Santa Fe Indian Market and the new Indigenous Fine Art Market.

Reviews: 'Dinosaur 13' portrays Cheyenne River man as a villain (08/15)
Maurice Williams contested the removal of a significant Tyrannosaurus rex specimen from his trust land.

Mark Rogers: Native hip-hop artist Supaman shares the positive (08/15)
Mark Rogers praises Native hip-hop artist Supaman for spreading positivity in music.

Artists from Zuni Pueblo try to sell work to Washington NFL team (08/12)
At least one artist was happy with the visit from the Original Americans Foundation.

Navajo band raises money for research into multiple sclerosis (08/08)
Signal 99's former bass player, Chuck Haven, suffers from the disease.

Original Americans Foundation wants art with NFL team's logo (08/08)
The NFL team will be heading to Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico on Monday.

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