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Maintaining and renewing Indigenous cultures begins with one, said Evelyn M. Begay. “It begins with individuals,” explained Begay, a traditional clothing designer from Sanders, Arizona. “Whatever tribe you belong to, you have to have that true self-identity about who you are.”

Grandfather’s teachings show same patterns in stars, land

While growing up in South Dakota, Lucas Brown Eyes, Oglala Lakota, would offhandedly talk about wanting to become a writer for television.

A punk rock version of “Winter Wonderland” by the rock duo Sihasin, comprised of Diné siblings Jeneda and Clayson Benally of Flagstaff, is featured in a new holiday ad for Hyundai cars.

“Mud” (Hashtl’ishnii), a short film written and directed by Shaandiin Tome, on Dec. 4 was chosen for the Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

Chefs spread the gospel of Native cuisine

New show will use puppets to teach Diné Bizaad

Climate change is a pretty much undisputed worldwide phenomenon. And like most changes in the world, it disproportionately impacts the poor, including indigenous populations.

Shawn Nelson is on a crusade to remind people how important climate is to their lives. And he’s doing it like he usually does – in a series of sand paintings dealing with climate issues.

Diné sushi chef inspired by mother, grandmother