1. Native Lights Shine at NMAI 20th-Anniversary Gala in the ‘Glittering World’ of New York City
Courtesy National Museum of the American Indian
Raymond, Colina and Lee Yazzie with fashion and textile designer Patricia Michaels (center) and Glittering World exhibit curator Lois Dubin (right) at the 20th anniversary gala of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in New York City.
2. Fit for the Glitterati: 13 Masterpieces by the Yazzie Family of Navajo Jewelers
3. She’s a Rebel! Inez Jasper Can’t Wait for Today’s ‘Rebel Music’ Premiere (4 PM ET)
Mike ‘Witko’ Cliff, Frank Waln, Inez Jasper and Nataanii Means in the studio for ‘Rebel Music.’ Source: rebelmusic.com
4. What Is a ‘Scent Globe’?
A passenger sniffs the ‘Scent Globe’ before departing. It was installed in the Heathrow Airport until November 5, 2014.
5. Racism On Ice: An Aboriginal Father Shares What Made His Son Cry
Young kids playing hockey.
6. Mask That Inspired Seahawks Logo Going on Display
The Seattle Seahawks logo is inspired by a Kwakwaka’wakw artist’s mask which will be on display at the Burke Museum in Seattle on November 22.
7. Indigenous Suicide Rate in Brazil Is Six Times Higher Than National Average
8. Chehalis, Skokomish Honored for Historic Preservation and Infrastructure Improvements
State of Washington Department of Ecology
Yakama Nation Elder Johnson Meninick talks about the importance of water to lives and the land, October 29, 2013. Meninick manages the Yakama Nation’s Cultural Heritage Department and is in the Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame.
9. Homecoming: Prayers Welcome 139 Yellowstone Bison to Fort Peck
AP Photo/Matthew Brown, File
In this April 24, 2012 file photo, a herd of bison roam on the Fort Peck Reservation near Poplar, Mont. Almost a decade after they were first captured from Yellowstone National Park, a group of wild bison that has spent years in limbo after government officials could find no place to relocate the animals were due to be shipped from a ranch near Bozeman Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 for placement on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
10. Kevin P. Brown: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
Chairman Kevin P. Brown, Mohegan Tribe, standing beside a bronze statue of his great-grandfather, Chief Matagha (Burrill Fielding). Mohegan Reservation, Uncasville, Connecticut, 2013.
11. Tribe Opens Fry Bread Restaurant in Central Oklahoma
“People already know what a fry bread taco is, but they don’t know the [Citizen Potawatomi Nation] way of making a fry bread taco.”
12. Thanksgiving vs. the National Day of Mourning