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Diné student honors family at exhibit, performance

In the 1930s, Angela Ashley, a Diné weaver from Burnt Water, Arizona, lost most of her sheep to the Bureau of Indian Affairs livestock reduction.


Sharing Native art

RezArtX preview rolls out welcome mat for indigenous art experience

Community Culture

Garden at the IPCC yields more than fruits, vegetables

The Resilience Garden on the grounds of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is no ordinary garden. It’s a journey that takes you thousands of years back into the past.


When taking your next drink, think, Water First!

There’s a choice – sugary drinks in ugly containers that put you at risk for chronic diseases, or clear, refreshing water that makes you healthier in a cool cup of your choice.


Jaaʼabaní needs help, now!

Jaaʼabaní, bat, has always been a helper to the Diné and all people of the earth.


Off to a sober start in Albuquerque

Raymond Lee, Diné, from Shiprock, has a jovial smile and a sincere way of getting his point across.


Diné art professor loves her work, community

As a college professor of printmaking and art, Melanie Yazzie gets inspiration from her Navajo culture and abroad.


Sippable art

Native-designed Starbucks cups roll out in time for Christmas


Putting words in their mouths

Teaching the languages of the soul at home and abroad


Morning star

Navajo anchors the morning news at KOB