Joy Harjo, the new poet laureate of the United States, is the first Native American to achieve that honor. Jeffrey Brown recently sat down with Harjo, a member of Oklahoma's Muscogee Creek Nation, in Tulsa to discuss how arts shaped…
By Jeffrey Brown, Kira Wakeam
A new Inupiaq language option recently went live on Facebook for those who employ the social media giant's community translation tool.
By Rachel D'Oro, Associated Press
There is “grass and apologies, bones and joy, marching bands and genocide, skin and social work” and much more in the work of the 21 native writers featured in the collection.
By Jennifer Hijazi
In a weekend of Women's Marches, families and friends across the country spotlighted missing and murdered Indigenous women and transgender people.
By Jenni Monet
The Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe is one of hundreds of Native American tribes that remain unrecognized by the federal government.
A photo series shows the legacy of Canada's residential schools program, which aimed to eliminate the culture of indigenous people.
By James Nord, Associated Press
Since April, there's been a tribal protest at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri rivers in southern North Dakota, and it has grown considerably.
By Laura Santhanam
The Canadian government is working with indigenous communities to improve well-being and prevent suicide.
By Anya van Wagtendonk
The indigenous Canadian DJ group A Tribe Called Red carries on Native heritage by mixing traditional Powwow with other genres, including dubstep and hip hop.
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