Archaeologist Severin Fowles re-imagines Native religion as Native science.
Illuminating the extraordinary measures Aztec artists took to record their culture.
Valentin Lopez, of the Amah Mutsun, uses fire to save his peoples culture.
The Choctaw scholar reflects on the bitter chapter of history known as the Trail of Tears.
The Choctaw scholar reflects on the ancient tradition of earthen mounds and mound culture.
Hopi elder Leigh Kuwanwisiwma has learned many life lessons from corn.
Zuni elder Jim Enote reflects on lessons learned from farming.
The Seneca faithkeeper on how the longhouse was constructed and what it meant.
Beau Dick, the late great Kwakwaka’wakw chief and artist reflects on the power of family.
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