“Indigenous Brilliance – Culture without Compromise,” with an opening reception on April 1, will exhibit for the first time in the U.S. in the North Fourth Art Center.Read More
The 2022 Soul of Nations Foundation advocacy and research U.S. fellows are Veronica “Yang” Toledo, Diné, and Povi Martinez, Santa Clara Pueblo.Read More
People filled up the seats of Jean Cocteau Cinema to watch two documentaries about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women by movie director Rain on Feb 4.
The two documentaries are titled “Say Her Name” and “Somebody’s Daughter.”
The American Library Association on Jan. 24 announced the top books, digital media, video and audio books for children and young adults with a good representation of Native-written and illustrated books.Read More
Cahokia touts itself as the first modern Indigenous art and social space owned by women.Read More