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
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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
A time for reflection
As the end of the year starts to wrap up, December is a great time for reflection. Reflecting on the past year can help you set new goals, and is a great way to find happiness—and healing. Submit a photo that reflects your 2018, it can be a pic w/friends, a specific event, or a selfie. THEN in ONE word describe your photo (i.e. triumph, happy, woke, loved) be creative :) All submissions will receive a special We R Native phone pop socket!
Deadline December 27th enter to win!