The United States Postal Service just picked Rico Worl’s illustration for a new forever stamp.

Healer of the Water Monster
Navajo writer Brian Young’s debut novel “Healer of the Water Monster” features the story of Nathan who makes a trip to his grandmother’s place.

Reservation Dogs
The breakthrough series, Reservation Dogs, is ready to drop its first two episodes on FX on Hulu August 9.

A new pictorial collection gives a unique outlet to Native photographers to express stories of identity and the effects of colonialism.

From harmonious trap sounds sprinkled with poppy vocals Mattmac is leading a positive musical revolution for Native people living with disabilities.

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe just received its largest donation ever.

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Navajo sheep herders are busy at this time of year. Learn more in this encore preservation from Native America Calling.

Sharice's Big Voice
Rep. Sharice Davids ( D-Kansas), a citizen of the Ho-Chunk Nation, took time from her busy schedule in Congress to write a children’s book.

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Two Native Americans took home Pulitzer Prizes this year and a third was a finalist.

Clayton Thomas-Muller
Clayton Thomas-Muller is sharing his life story in his new book “Life in the City of Dirty Water.”

Mary Two-Axe Earley
Mohawk activist Mary Two-Axe Earley, who fought for the equal treatment of Native women in Canada, is the Google Doodle for June 28, 2021.

Twin Flames
Get to know the husband-wife duo Twin Flames, including their work with schools to help youth realize their potential through music and Indigenous culture.

The first-ever International Indigenous Hip-Hop Awards honored more than a dozen artists for their musical and lyrical talents.

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Several prominent Native nonprofits and institutions have received a major boost from billionaire donor MacKenzie Scott.

Snotty Nose Rez Kids
The First Nations hip-hop duo hits top numbers on Spotify and YouTube, by combining their Native heritage with unapologetic lyrics.

Navajo weavers are usually busy at this time of year.

Supernaturals Modelling has a roster of Native talent and an insider’s perspective of the benefits and drawbacks of the often glamorous and equally often problematic industry.

Two artists who admit they aren’t enrolled in any tribal nation have still managed to find their way into museums and educational institutions.

A summer-long exhibit features the works of the late Robert Penn, who was from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.

Hubert Logan, Wampum Baggs, Blud Kwan’Tum and the other characters created by Arigon Starr are coming back to life in a new podcast.

The Department of Agriculture is working to elevate its relationship with tribal nations and a Lakota woman is leading the way.

Resilience and strong faith are two of the cornerstones supporting Katherine Gottlieb’s dynamic memoir.

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The COVID-19 pandemic forced Native small businesses to change tactics and cobble together various loans and government assistance in order to survive.

Phoenix Mural
Downtown is home to thousands of people, including one new resident who’s 45 feet tall and very hard to miss.

Bills to protect tribal cultural property, address Native youth issues and mandate tribal consultation are being heard by the House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States.

We turn our musical gaze to the work of Lil’wat artist Russell Wallace.

“I really wanted to make Standing Rock water protectors and water protectors around the world proud,” Native illustrator Michaela Goade said of her award-winning work.

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Red dresses hanging in forests and government meeting spaces; Red hand prints on people’s faces and shirts; photo portraits of grieving family members.

Say Her Name debuts May 5, on Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) Awareness Day.

The National Native American Hall of Fame is getting ready to honor a new slate of luminaries in Native business, arts, education and other fields.

Hubert Logan, Wampum Baggs, Blud Kwan’Tum and the other characters created by Arigon Starr are coming back to life in a new podcast.

White Earth Ojibwe poet Kimberly Blaeser is helping celebrate National Poetry Month by sharing her book “Copper Yearning.”

A new comedy with Native talent and Native writers proves border towns can be funny.

The art and history of the Cherokee Nation have shaped northeast Oklahoma for generations.

Julianna Brannum, a filmmaker and citizen of the Comanche Nation, is our special guest on the Indianz.Com news show.

Native people join TikTok for different reasons. But they stay for the community, for the culture and to fulfill their sacred duty.

The Cheyenne River Youth Project will break ground for its new art center in July 2021.

Native America Calling will talk with Tik Tok creators about getting noticed on the popular video platform.

Get ready to expand how you take in story with Native America Calling’s March Book of the Month author Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.

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During March, Native America Calling is celebrating historic Native women.