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A Tribe Called Red breaks ties with founding member DJ Shub (07/18)
The group's website, Facebook and Twitter accounts no longer list DJ Shub.

Navajo artist and Chinese artist collaborate for unique project (07/17)
Bert Benally and Ai Weiwei create 'Pull of the Moon' on the reservation.

Review: Brando Skyhorse finds out truth about his 'Indian' dad (07/16)
A favorable review of Take This Man: A Memoir by author Brando Skyhorse, who was raised thinking that his father was an imprisoned Indian activist.

Review: 'Drunktown's Finest' provides modern look at Navajos (07/11)
Praise for Drunktown's Finest, the debut film from Navajo filmmaker Sydney Freeland.

Review: 'Road to Paloma' takes up poor policing on reservation (07/11)
A positive review for the Road to Paloma, which stars Jason Momoa and was filmed on the Fort Mojave Reservation.

South Dakota celebrates start of filming for Dances with Wolves (07/10)
The award-winning film featured Lakota dialogue and a slew of Native actors.

Police officer aimed rifle at Pueblo artist Mateo Romero in mix-up (07/10)
A well-known Cochiti Pueblo artist was briefly detained and had a rifle pointed at him in a bizarre mix-up in New Mexico.

Gyasi Ross: Bethany Yellowtail carries on tradition with fashion (07/10)
Gyasi Ross sings the praises of Northern Cheyenne / Crow fashion designer Bethany Yellowtail.

PBS: Exhibit in Colorado features contemporary Native artists (07/02)
Native artists explore contemporary identities in Cross Currents exhibit.

Gyasi Ross: When hip-hop came to the reservation and stayed (07/02)
Gyasi Ross talks about how hip-hop came to Indian Country and how hip-hop stayed in Indian Country.

Review: Indian women find connection in 'Sacred Wilderness' (06/16)
A review of Sacred Wilderness, a novel by Susan Power, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

Musician urges team name change as NCAI video makes waves (06/11)
Lifelong fan of team supports message behind the Proud to Be video.

Book: Racial oppression of Native people at US-Mexico border (06/10)
An excerpt of a book by Todd Miller reveals a massive federal presence on the Tohono O'odham Nation in Arizona.

NPR: Author learned his father wasn't convicted Indian activist (06/09)
Brando Skyhorse was raised thinking his father was a man named Paul Skyhorse Johnson.

Julianne Jennings: Wampanoag artist embodies funk and jazz (06/09)
Julianne Jennings shares some of the accomplishments of Morgan James Peters, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe who is a jazz/funk/folklore artist and a professor.

Megan Red Shirt Shaw: Think before you put on that headdress (06/06)
Megan Red Shirt Shaw explains why it's offensive to wear a headdress like it's a costume or prop.

Gyasi Ross: Hipster headdress lands on the cover of magazine (06/06)
Gyasi Ross takes on the controversial cover of Pharrell Williams in a headdress.

Native Sun News: Former staffers launch new Indian art market (06/06)
Three Native Americans have resigned their positions with the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts to launch a new art market to be held the same weekend as Indian Market.

Zia Pueblo upset by band's unauthorized use of sacred symbol (06/05)
A welcome sign at Zia Pueblo in New Mexico. Photo from Zia Trading A new musical group is using a sacred symbol of Zia Pueblo without the New Mexico tribe's...

Native Sun News: Lakota DJ fills void in Rapid City night scene (05/28)
Lakota, youth worker, student, and hip-hop enthusiast DJ Micah seems to have 'figured out the equation' of having a very cosmopolitan occupation in a semi-rural setting.

Gyasi Ross: Steve Judd shares his Kiowa art genius everywhere (05/27)
Gyasi Ross pays tribute to Kiowa artist Steven Judd.

MTPR: Fort Belknap educator Minerva Allen shares her poetry (05/22)
Educator Minerva Allen shares poetry from her collection, Nakoda Sky People.

Interview: Cook Inlet Tribal Council launches Native video game (05/21)
Amy Freeman of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council of Alaska explains why the tribe created Upper One Games.

Northern Cheyenne youth take part in White House talent show (05/21)
The Morning Star Marimba Band was part of the Turnaround Arts program.

Tommy Lee Jones defends portrayal of Native Americans in film (05/20)
Scene features confrontation between a group of Pawnee riders and non-Indian settlers.

Gyasi Ross: Unapologetic Nick Galanin unleashes decolonized art (05/20)
Gyasi Ross continues his Man Crush series with Native artist.

Native Sun News: Producer reaches into golden years of hip-hop (05/20)
Enter AsriOne, a lifelong resident of Rapid City, 21 years old at time of press, and a hidden gem of the city’s musical culture.

Tlingit leaders hope to block auction of sacred hat in New York (05/19)
Clan hat could be sold for $300,000 to $500,000.

Cook Inlet Tribal Council set to launch first Native video game (05/19)
Never Alone features an Inupiat girl and her companion, an Arctic fox.

Washoe Tribe's objections kill plan to name site for Mark Twain (05/19)
The author once used a derogatory word to describe the Washoe people.

Judge rejects Ramapough Nation defamation case against film (05/16)
Tribal members said Out of the Furnace depicted them in a negative light.

Authorities find radio legend Casey Kasem in Washington state (05/15)
He wasn't on a reservation as his daughter suspected.

Crosscut: Matika Wilbur on photo road trip thru Indian Country (05/14)
Photographer Matika Wilbur continues her effort to document nearly every federally recognized tribe through her Project 562.

Missing radio icon Casey Kasem may have gone to reservation (05/13)
A judge ordered an investigation into the whereabouts of radio legend Casey Kasem after family members said he may have been taken to a reservation in Washington.

Interview: Frank Waln on his Keystone XL Pipeline protest song (05/09)
The National Journal interviews Frank Waln about his Keystone XL Pipeline protest song.

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