Native America Calling: Book of the Month (September 29, 2021)September’s Book of the Month is a creative effort that showcases work by Native artists and stimulates the brain, providing entertainment in the process.
Gaylord News: Poet laureate Joy Harjo begins historic third term (September 28, 2021)Joy Harjo, the first Native woman to serve as the nation’s poet laureate, has begun her historic third term — an honor previously bestowed only once.
Tim Giago: The dark legacy of the boarding schools (September 21, 2021)Indian boarding schools had a dramatic impact upon the lives of thousands of Native children.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (August 31, 2021)Native America Calling welcomes Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians author Angeline Boulley to discuss her novel “Firekeeper’s Daughter.”
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (July 28, 2021)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.
Native America Calling: Native in the Spotlight (July 7, 2021)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.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (June 30, 2021)Clayton Thomas-Muller is sharing his life story in his new book “Life in the City of Dirty Water.”
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (May 27, 2021)Resilience and strong faith are two of the cornerstones supporting Katherine Gottlieb’s dynamic memoir.
Native America Calling: “Copper Yearning” by Kimberly Blaeser (April 28, 2021)White Earth Ojibwe poet Kimberly Blaeser is helping celebrate National Poetry Month by sharing her book “Copper Yearning.”
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (March 30, 2021)Get ready to expand how you take in story with Native America Calling’s March Book of the Month author Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (February 24, 2021)In “Even As We Breathe” by Cherokee author Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle, cultures of fictional characters collide in the time of World War II.
Native women win major award for ‘Water Protectors’ book (January 27, 2021)A book inspired by the movement at Standing Rock is educating young people around the world about Native rights.
Native America Calling: The value of Native-owned bookstores (January 22, 2021)The number of Native-owned bookstores remains small, but it’s growing.
Native America Calling: Best books of 2020 (January 7, 2021)A biography of Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flannagan (White Earth Ojibwe), rez dogs and protecting sacred water are all topics of books that made American Indians in Children’s Literature best of 2020 list.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (December 29, 2020)Native America Calling will visit with Best Beginnings Alaska to learn more about their efforts to include Native people in children’s literature.
Native Sun News Today: Book is fitting tribute to Native veteran heroes (November 26, 2020)We all know that Native Americans have served in the U.S. military at the highest rate per capita for any ethnicity.
Native Sun News Today: Northern Cheyenne author traces story of tribal courage (November 17, 2020)“The Cheyenne Story: An Interpretation of Courage” by Gerry Robinson continues to earn accolades.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (November 11, 2020)“Too Strong To Be Broken: The Life of Edward J. Driving Hawk” is a collaboration between siblings from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.
Native America Calling: Write the great Native American novel (November 6, 2020)Native America Calling will be talking to Native writers about their craft and how to get those first words on paper.
Native America Calling: Book of the Month (October 23, 2020)In “The Ghost Road: Anishnaabe Responses to Indian Hating,” author and professor Matthew Fletcher shows how the law has harmed Native people and shaped the policies that govern them.
National Native American Veterans Memorial set for debut (October 14, 2020)The National Museum of the American Indian will open the new National Native American Veterans Memorial on November 11, 2020.
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: New book explores familiar tribal themes (October 8, 2020)Lawlessness on Indian lands, corruption of tribal councils and reclaiming of Indian identity. What’s new about that?
Gabe Galanda: The forgotten plight of the disenrolled in Indian Country (October 6, 2020)Despite all of the rhetoric on Capitol Hill about enhancing tribal law and order, deterring violence against our women, and bringing our missing and murdered relatives home, nobody expresses concern about the dehumanization associated with disenrollment.
Osage Nation citizen David Holt on Oprah Winfrey podcast (October 5, 2020)David Holt, the mayor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, appears on Oprah Winfrey’s book club podcast.
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Shedding light on the ‘Impostors’ in power (September 24, 2020)What we need to remember is this: a great deal rides on how we spend the next several weeks as people who value our American way of life.
Tim Giago: Reminiscing about ‘The Mystic Warrior’ (September 14, 2020)The theater was packed on the night ‘The Mystic Warrior’ was screened in South Dakota.
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