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Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment | National | Politics
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

Filed Under: Opinion
John Christian Hopkins: A big thank you to the friend I never met (09/01)
John Christian Hopkins thanks Elvis Presley for getting him through tough times as a teen.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National
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

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment | National
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Opinion
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Health
Navajo band raises money for research into multiple sclerosis (08/08)
Signal 99's former bass player, Chuck Haven, suffers from the disease.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment
San Manuel Band donates $60K to support symphony concerts (08/06)
The money will be used to sponsor two concerts during the symphony’s 2014-2015 season.

Filed Under: Canada | Opinion
Editorial: Welcome decision to ban faux headdresses at festival (08/05)
Newspaper welcomes decision to ban ban faux headdresses at the Bass Coast music festival.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Opinion
Column: Revisiting Johnny Cash's classic Indian rights recording (07/31)
A new generation of artists has revisited Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian, the 1964 concept album from the late Johnny Cash.

Filed Under: Opinion
Megan Red Shirt-Shaw: Music festival outlaws faux headdresses (07/29)
Megan Red Shirt-Shaw interviews Bass Coast communications manager about the music festival's decision to ban faux headdresses.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Canada | Sports
'Caucasians' t-shirt sees boost in popularity thanks to Native DJ (07/29)
The company also makes a t-shirt that pokes fun of the Washington NFL team's racist mascot.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Canada
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Sports
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | National | Sports
Musician urges team name change as NCAI video makes waves (06/11)
Lifelong fan of team supports message behind the Proud to Be video.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Opinion
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Opinion
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Opinion
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.

Filed Under: Arts & Entertainment | Law
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...

Filed Under: Opinion
Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Video plays into racist stereotypes (05/29)
Larry Spotted Crow Mann says hip-hop artist Emerson Windy portrayed the worst stereotypes about Indian people in Peace Pipe video.

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