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Ryan Red Corn – portrait of Sahmie Joshevama, Hopi, recent graduate of Arizona State University.
Indigenous culture was feted heartily in Victoria, British Columbia, in a three-day festival culminating in
National Aboriginal Day and kicking off 10 days of celebrations leading up to Canada Day on July 1.
Above, Andy Everson, Kwakwaka’wakw Nation, leads the Totem Tour.
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Neil Young Barclaycard British Summer Time Concert, Hyde Park, London, Britain – 12 Jul 2014
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iStock – New England clam chowder containing milk or cream is just one way to enjoy this tasty meal.
Darren Miller Photography
Mauna Kea protectors managed to stop the Department of Land and Natural Resources from beginning
construction on sacred Mauna Kea “until further notice.”
John Wiley/Licensed under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons
The ancient Chumash were among many Indigenous Peoples with intimate knowledge of the cosmos,
and these cave paintings are literal illustrations of their astronomical expertise.
Since December the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota has lost 11 young people to suicide, and
at least 176 have attempted suicide in that time period.
Aaron Tsinigine of Tuba City ropes his end of the steer while his partner Clay O’Brien Cooper waits his
turn in the 10th round of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in 2014.
1. One Heart – One Spirit (Movie Trailer) Coming Summer 2015
2. Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People Episode 1
Ken Gigliotti/The Canadian Press
Sunrise ceremonies will mark the start of the first day of summer, as well as National Aboriginal
Day, across Canada.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Make Waves Entertainment
Donnell Barlow, a member of the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma, and host of “Dance Jam Kitchen”
shows viewers how to make a healthier version of pad thai.
This multimedia exhibit at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology at the University of New
Mexico illustrates the Sun Dagger at Fajada Butte in Chaco Canyon, ancient home of the
Pueblo. The originals have shifted, notes
Previously known as U.S. 666, this north-south corridor now known as U.S. 491 had various
nicknames to match its dangerous reputation.