Eskimo Stick Pull
The items needed for this game are a 1.5inch diameter, a two foot..
Four Man Carry
This traditional game was played to test ones ability to pack an ..
High kick is an Alaskan Native game that tests your ability to ju..
This game is simple and does not require a lot of space to play. ..
Lacrosse is a traditional game that has been played by many of th..
Double ball is similar to lacrosse, but is played with sticks aro..
Tuska is a traditional game that is played in a field and require..
Bump ball is a simple field game that requires some playing space..
Bump ball is a simple field game that requires some playing s..
Do You Even Lift Bro?
Do you even lift bro?
Fourteen year old Dasan Serawop d..
Check out the latest Nike N7 Collection
Get out and get moving in Indian Country with the latest N7 C..
Louden Johnson: Athlete and Student
Once considered to be one of the little guys, he's now an accompl..
The Medicine Game
Brothers Miles and Lyle Thompson-two of the top college lacro..
When You Stay Healthy
Morning Rae, a jingle dress dancer, likes to eat healthy and ..
Davian Zephier, Yankton Sioux, talks about the..
Keeping culture alive-running
Dirk Whitebreast, a member of Sac & Fox Tribe of the Miss..
Singing Lessons by the 1491s
Dallas Goldtooth teaches how to sing the AIM song. This video..
Tradition-Our Strength as Anishinaabe
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Natives and Sports
Arabella Zephier (Yankton Sioux, Ihanktonwan Oyate) talks abo..
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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