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Lakota Country Times: Youth come to Pine Ridge for 'Exposures' Lakota Country Times: Youth come to Pine Ridge for 'Exposures' (07/29)
Students from across the country came to Pine Ridge to share, to learn and to work together for the 14th annual program.
Native Sun News: Young artist wins top award at Native market Native Sun News: Young artist wins top award at Native market (07/28)
The Third Annual Gathering of People, Wind and Water, a Native art market and cultural celebration drew more than 4,000 visitors to the heart of downtown Rapid City.
Native Sun News: Deadwood mayor welcomes Native culture Native Sun News: Deadwood mayor welcomes Native culture (07/24)
Once a lawless town illegally acquired during the Black Hills Gold Rush of 1874 through the broken Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868, Deadwood has since become a booming tourist destination and continuing economic commodity of South Dakota.
Catawba Nation envisions $350M film studio on reservation Catawba Nation envisions $350M film studio on reservation (07/22)
The Catawba Studios could include sound stages, a hotel, a cultural center and a school for film and music.
Navajo Nation Museum dubs second film in Dine language Navajo Nation Museum dubs second film in Dine language (07/21)
The cast for the dubbed version of Finding Nemo features 11-year-old Quinton Kien.
Lakota Country Times: Journey Museum hosts young artist Lakota Country Times: Journey Museum hosts young artist (07/21)
The Journey museum in Rapid City is playing host to a young emerging Lakota artist.
Adam Sandler discusses controversy over stereotypes in film Adam Sandler discusses controversy over stereotypes in film (07/20)
Actor claims the film will be 'pro-Indian' and won't depict Indian people in an unflattering way.
Lakota Country Times: Theater makes impact at Pine Ridge Lakota Country Times: Theater makes impact at Pine Ridge (07/20)
Angel Reddest, the owner of Nunpa Theatre on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, really loves the movies.
PEN interview with award-winning poet and musician Joy Harjo PEN interview with award-winning poet and musician Joy Harjo (07/15)
PEN America guest editor Natalie Diaz talks to poet and musician Joy Harjo. A member of the Mvskoke Creek Nation, Harjo lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne River woman's star quilt off to NMAI Native Sun News: Cheyenne River woman's star quilt off to NMAI (07/13)
She was just 12 years old when she made her first star quilt. Now at 28, one of her beautifully handcrafted signature star quilts will grace the walls of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American Indian.
Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge artist prepares for new release Lakota Country Times: Pine Ridge artist prepares for new release (07/10)
Finding artists in Lakota Country is fairly easy, finding one who is female and a grunge rocker is far more difficult.
Lakota Country Times: Native youth work on drama and filmmaking Lakota Country Times: Native youth work on drama and filmmaking (07/06)
Students from the Little Wound School on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota work with actress Irene Bedard.
A Tribe Called Red releases free remix of Buffy Sainte-Marie track A Tribe Called Red releases free remix of Buffy Sainte-Marie track (07/02)
The Native DJs are showing some love to the legendary musician and activist.
Gyasi Ross gets nod for 'Marlon Brando' single off new release Gyasi Ross gets nod for 'Marlon Brando' single off new release (06/30)
The attorney and author is garnering critical praise for ISSKOOTSIK, his first release.
Self-described Cherokee artist charged for misrepresentation Self-described Cherokee artist charged for misrepresentation (06/29)
Terry Lee Whitstone is accused of violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.
Sherman Alexie to release 'Thunder Boy Jr.' picture book in 2016 Sherman Alexie to release 'Thunder Boy Jr.' picture book in 2016 (06/26)
The book, to be released in May 2016, tells the story of a young boy with the same name as his father.
Catawba Nation in discussions for $125M movie studio project Catawba Nation in discussions for $125M movie studio project (06/25)
Chief Bill Harris can't share details due to a non-disclosure agreement but the project could bring a significant economic development boost to the reservation.
Review: Buffy Sainte-Marie hits hard with 'Power in the Blood' Review: Buffy Sainte-Marie hits hard with 'Power in the Blood' (06/23)
While her musical influences come from all over the place, she filters them through her creativity to express deep thoughts and feelings.
Native Sun News: Indian art market opens in downtown Rapid City Native Sun News: Indian art market opens in downtown Rapid City (06/19)
The first He Sapa Center for Performing Arts Northern Plains Art Market opened with the artistry of top notch up-and-coming Native American musicians.
Documentary about Freedmen struggle premieres in Oklahoma Documentary about Freedmen struggle premieres in Oklahoma (06/18)
The Freedmen are fighting to retain citizenship rights in the Cherokee Nation.
DeLanna Studi lands role in play on Havasupai Tribe blood study DeLanna Studi lands role in play on Havasupai Tribe blood study (06/12)
Primary Stages in New York City will host 'Informed Consent' from August 4 through September 13.
Native Sun News: Indian school at Pine Ridge hosts 47th art show Native Sun News: Indian school at Pine Ridge hosts 47th art show (06/12)
The Red Cloud Indian Art Show is the largest and longest running Native American art show of its kind in the country.
Brian Young: Why I promise never to play Hollywood Indian again Brian Young: Why I promise never to play Hollywood Indian again (06/12)
As a Navajo actor, I've learned where Hollywood likes to stick its 'Indian' roles—and where to find real Native American creativity onscreen.
Native Sun News: Tribal college opens 12th summer artist series Native Sun News: Tribal college opens 12th summer artist series (06/11)
Oglala Lakota College opens its 12th Annual 'A Vision of Our History by Lakota Artists' summer artist series with featured artist Warren 'Guss' Yellow Hair.
Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Sand Creek documentary premieres Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Sand Creek documentary premieres (06/10)
Last November, Cheyenne and Arapaho television crew joined over 100 tribal members in Colorado to observe a week of events honoring the 150th commemoration of the Sand Creek Massacre.
Harry Potter author hints of Native American angle in new film Harry Potter author hints of Native American angle in new film (06/10)
J.K. Rowling dropped hints of 'indigenous magic' and unnamed 'tribes' on Twitter.
Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Artists shine at Red Earth fest Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Artists shine at Red Earth fest (06/09)
The drumbeat pounds life into the arena, enwrapping the dancers, the spectators and the artists in its cultural embrace through the sprawl of the 2015 Red Earth Festival.
Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival ready for big kick-off Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival ready for big kick-off (06/04)
The 29th annual event features a parade through downtown Oklahoma City, an arts market and a powwow.
Television show pilot to be filmed on Washington reservations Television show pilot to be filmed on Washington reservations (06/02)
The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, the Quileute Nation and the Quinault Nation will serve as settings for 'The Rainforest' by Capestany Films.
Native Sun News: Ledger art honors Lakota and Maori warriors Native Sun News: Ledger art honors Lakota and Maori warriors (06/01)
The humble spirit of an artist is defined by the gifts they give to others and many circumvent the focus from themselves. An artist gives themselves to others.
Native Sun News: Pine Ridge actors make a splash with new film Native Sun News: Pine Ridge actors make a splash with new film (05/29)
Young actors from the Pine Ridge Reservation are coming home from the Cannes Film Festival presentation of their independent movie 'Songs My Brothers Taught Me,' ready to share a piece of the proverbial lights, camera and action with their peers.
David Treuer: Andrew Jackson turned on Cherokee Nation allies David Treuer: Andrew Jackson turned on Cherokee Nation allies (05/27)
The story of the Cherokee removal has been told many times, but never before has a single book given us such a sense of how it happened.
Andre Cramblit: Let's see some real Indian actors on the screen Andre Cramblit: Let's see some real Indian actors on the screen (05/25)
Natives have always been an easy target for Hollyweirds wild lack of imagination of who we are as a people.
Gyasi Ross: Martin Sensmeier lands role in major Hollywood film Gyasi Ross: Martin Sensmeier lands role in major Hollywood film (05/25)
Martin Sensmeier (Athabascan and Tlingit) recently joined the all-star ensemble cast of the remake of The Magnificent Seven.
Law Article: Navajo Nation wages battle over 'Navajo' products Law Article: Navajo Nation wages battle over 'Navajo' products (05/22)
Battles continue to wage over use of the 'Navajo' and 'Navaho' marks in New Mexico federal court.

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