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Wellness and Healing

Many tribes have a tradition of wellness and healing that has been passed down from generation to generation.

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Using Culture to Cope with COVID

COVID has brought more than just physical illness to our communities. It’s...

Men’s Health

It’s Men’s Health Week this week. It’s a time for health and...

Jowun / Self-Care For Me

Spiritual Well-being

Whether you turn to traditional culture, an organized religion, or to a...

Traditional Healing

Healing comes in many forms. Modern western, or allopathic medicine, focuses primarily...

Life Is Sacred

How Does a Person Become Resilient?

A number of factors contribute to a person’s ability to be resilient...

562

562: A photo project documenting all 562…now 566 tribes in the United...

My Culture

We R Quileute

A Native Candidate’s Story

When Barbara Vicknair (enrolled citizen of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians...

Erika Ramirez

My experience at the NIHB Native Youth Health Summit, was one of...

REPRESENT

Kayla Gebeck, Red Lake Ojibwe, studies linguistics and Native American Studies at...

Happy Halloween: What Are You Doing With Your Pumpkin?

Pumpkins have long served as a staple in the diet of American...

I Am Indian Country

Respect, honesty, love, bravery, humility, truth and wisdom are our cultural values....

1/2

Monika lost her identity…but her identity never lost her. Instead of feeling...

I Strengthen My Nation

A media campaign featuring Hollywood actor Chaske Spencer (who played Sam Uley...

iLL Mind Of Ghost Dog: The Most Dangerous Native

As you ladies and gents read the title of my blog, “The...

Around Here

Imelda Martina Sanchez

I am Imelda Martina Sanchez. I am a Native and Mexican American...

Poetry Slam: I Know this to be True

I know this to be true – that I do not like...

Asema Is Sacred

Tiffany Benally

I am a young mother and wife. I was born in Fort...

What I am Thankful for

What I am Thankful For Tribal Ways I am thankful for our...

Before You Act

Jay Laplant- Do you sit back and think about all your options...

Ojibwe Dreamcatcher Legend

This is the way the old Ojibwe say Spider Woman helped bring...

Smudging

Have you ever been at a powwow or a ceremonial gathering and...

Benefits Of Physical Activity And Exercise

MY BODY Lanelle talks about her love for the game of basketball...

Spirit Animals

Many members of the Native community possess what is known as a...

Spirit Houses

Many tribal communities have a tradition of a specific place to go...

Bullying

Bullying Is Not the Ojibwe Way  

The Widow As Butterfly: A Story Of Renewal

Long ago, there were two Caterpillar people who loved each other very...

When a Woman has her Moon

People will say that a woman who is having her moon should...

Choices

Life choices come at you fast. The choices you make today, affect...

Health and Healing

Though considerable diversity exists throughout Indian Country, traditional Native world views were...

Depression Happens

Sometimes you get depressed, but know that it’s something that happens to...

Dii ei Shighan (This Is My Home)

Graham Beyale. This is my DIGITAL STORY that was made at a...

Hi! I’m a biracial child (African American & Irish) that was inspired by a past teacher to learn about fancy shawl dancers. I’m an aspiring artist as well, I love drawing the shawls that I’ve seen in past powwows. Is that okay for me to do being non-native?

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