Posts From Pauly Denetclaw

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Capturing uniqueness

Artist’s goal is to capture details, yet show unity of tribes


Buying a car: Take a good look at finances

A car is definitely one of the largest purchases a family makes, and it should be made after a lot of deliberation and consideration of what they can afford.


‘Nobody is fighting for the children’

Employee: Leupp Schools Inc. swept abuse reports under rug


No more ‘squash and wigwams’

Hip-hop duo creates Indigenous-themed coloring books


‘Angsty Asdzaa’

Search for identity leads to production of zines


Parents discover sexual abuse investigation through kids

“Why are they not taking it serious?” Jennifer Smith, a parent of two children who attend Leupp Schools Inc., asked.


Karuna Colectiva helps change youths’ perspective

Kyle Dayea was struggling with his academics and had found himself in summer school. He was a freshman that year and hadn’t passed all of his high school classes at the Native American Community Academy.


Tiny dancer

Diné fancy shawl dancer bests older girls


Funeral homes prey on the vulnerable – don’t get coerced

Over 20 years, Tobi Benally has gotten an inside look at the funeral industry in border towns of the Navajo Nation.


First-ever Native Women’s Business Summit is sold out

Alana Yazzie’s hobby of creating social media content has bloomed into a small business.