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Photo by Michael Meuers
Ruth and Leo Soukup posing with the 700 books they donated to Red Lake Tribal College discuss who “snagged” who when they met at Ponemah in 1979 as teachers.
Ann Marie Chischilly, executive director of the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP)
AP Photo/Francois Mori
“The human rights issue of repatriation is not limited to the United States, and extends internationally, which has been recognized by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.”
8. Native American Christmas
9. Native American Night Before Christmas (2006)
10. O Holy Night – Sung by Rhema Marvanne
Native hip hop artists Frank Waln and Nataanii Means in Paris – Also with dancers Lumhe Sampson and Samsoche Sampson and filmmakers Sydney Freeland and Steven Paul Judd
Courtesy College of Menominee Nation
Sherri LaChapelle, an instructor in the Black Ash Basket Making Workshop at the College of Menominee Nation, demonstrates the hard work involved in creating strips for baskets.
The Keystone XL pipeline, known as the Black Snake among indigenous and grassroots activists, is no more.
Jesse Short Bull
Tuned in: During a KILI radio program on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Beverly Pipe On Head and Cornell Conroy used Lakota and English to call on fellow tribal members to participate in the 2014 election.
Photo by RoseMary Diaz
There are so many possibilities for fall ingredients. This wild rice, pumpkin and parsnip toss is just one option.
Sharon House (Oneida Nation of Wisconsin) has practiced law since 1983 specializing in Indian law.
9. Meditation & Healing Music
10. Tibetan Healing Sounds