A man and an eagle were flying one day, the man’s hair caught..
A Native Candidate's Story
When Barbara Vicknair (enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Che..
The Chickasaw Nation is promoting a fun way to learn Chickasa..
A film by Sterlin Harjo
Miss Indian Nations
A short conversation with Shanoa Pinkham (Yakama), 2011 Miss ..
James Dakota (Sauk-Suiattle), a student at Northwest Indian C..
Hannabah tells us a little bit about herself and what it mean..
What does Native Pride mean to you? Anthony talks about keepi..
Maintaining A Balance
One thing Kristie has always maintained in her life is balanc..
Singing Lessons by the 1491s
Dallas Goldtooth teaches how to sing the AIM song. This video..
Life Transitions-to adulthood
Three boys learn an important life lesson in Sterlin Harjo (C..
Tradition-Our Strength as Anishinaabe
We are not alone. #weRnative
Do well for your body and mind
Indigenizing your fitness doesn’t only do well for your body, but most importantly, your mind. Try Indigenizing your fitness using the Mother Earth’s space such as rocks, trees, trails, etc to connect with your spirit and overall wellness (Important to note, leave your workout space the way you found it, it’s part of respecting the Earth) This month share a photo of you Indigenizing your fitness. Winners will receive We R Native running shorts or basketball shorts.
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