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Dibé be’iina passes the batten to a new generation

Students experience Navajo culture through weaving

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.

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

New DC program teaches culture through art

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

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

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.

View images from Navajo Times chief photographer Donovan Quintero of the 26th annual World Championship Hoop Dance last weekend at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Ariz.

FORT DEFIANCE In Lydia Fasthorse’s 20-year career, she has learned that many young people may not hear the vital stories