fbpx
 
Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

The first-ever International Indigenous Hip Hop Awards Show has its list of nominees.

Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

When 19-year-old Bella Aiukli Cornell (Choctaw Nation) began sewing about four years ago, she couldn’t have anticipated that one of her traditional ribbon skirts would be broadcast on televisions across the world from the Presidential Inauguration.

Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

The American Library Association (ALA) awarded the 2021 Caldecott Medal to Michaela Goade this week for her illustrations in “We Are the Water Protectors,” a picture book written by Carole Lindstrom (Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe).

Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

LOS ANGELES — On Monday, the Native American Media Alliance (NAMA), a Native American advocacy organization, announced that they are accepting applications for the 6th Annual Native American TV Writers Lab. Part of LA Skins Fest, this writing intensive program comes in partnership with Sony Pictures Entertainment, A+E Networks and Kung Fu Monkey Productions.

Type: Headshot
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

Kevin Gover, the longtime director at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, will enter into a new role at the institute this week as the new Under Secretary for Museums and Culture. 

Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

Famed filmmaker Taika Waititi (“What We Do In the Shadows,” “Jojo Rabbit,” “Thor: Ragnarok”) has teamed up with Indigenous writer and director Sterlin Harjo (Seminole, Muscogee) for the creation of a comedy series titled “Reservation Dogs.”

Marvel’s Indigenous Voices
Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

In the wake of comic book genre success, both on and off the big screen, the industry continues to move towards more inclusive and diverse storylines, especially with the November release of “Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices #1.” 

indigenous list
Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

LOS ANGELES — The Black List, an annual survey of Hollywood executives' favorite unproduced screenplays, announced Tuesday the nine scripts selected for the inaugural Indigenous List, which highlights the best Indigenous film and television writers working in the United States. The Black List worked in collaboration with IllumiNative and the Sundance Institute.  

Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

SALT RIVER INDIAN COMMUNITY Ariz. — Honoring the loss of over 2,400 people who lost their lives on Dec. 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day memorializes one of the most pivotal moments in U.S. history. The National Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance on Dec. 7, 2020 will be commemorated at the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens at Salt River. Though Remembrance events this year are going to be different  than originally envisioned, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community will be hosting an event at  the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens at Salt River and invites you to join virtually and to join the live  streaming of the Pearl Harbor ceremony in Hawaii immediately thereafter. 

tribal photos
Type: Default
Ad Visibility: Show Article Ads
Hide Blurb: No
Hide More Stories Like This: False

Photography can be a tool of colonialism, as well as a tool of sovereignty and self-identification.