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‘Decolonizing myself’

Workshop attendees learn tradition as well as weaving

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A ride on the wild side

Veteran racers share their techniques

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Silver shepherds

Dibé be’iina passes the batten to a new generation

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‘They’re not in Chicago anymore’

Students experience Navajo culture through weaving

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Diné poet takes on ‘solastalgia’

Before taking the stage at the Asian American Writer’s Workshop for a poetry slam, Demian DineYazhi’ added a little touch of home with a colorful, flowery scarf.

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Family, fans celebrate the legacy of champion fancy dancer

In years past, Spike Draper entered the arena alongside his father during the grand entry of the annual Gathering of Nations Powwow.

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Art as spirituality

New DC program teaches culture through art

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ARIZE fashion show features Native designs

Runway models with rockabilly hairstyles and some with Bettie Page styled bangs modeled clothes that communicated subdued elegance and soigné ease.

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Manhood ceremony rich in symbolism, tradition

While many families still throw a kinaaldá for their girls, the boys’ puberty rite gets short-changed.

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Diné professor keeps language alive, one class at a time

Spreading out a blanket in her Navajo Language 102 class at the University of New Mexico, Esther Yazzie-Lewis shows how one side depicts a map of all the places the Navajo Code Talkers fought during World War II.