Posts under: Native American Culture

Moving Native Poem Wins Poetry Contest

"My Once Life" is a hybrid video poem about the continuing impact of colonization on tribal peoples. Native people resist their violent history and contemporary political struggles through engaging with deep historical knowledge and creating new oral histories. The poem is read by 12 Native women living in Los Angeles...

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Jim Thorpe All Indian Games – June 22-25, 2017

Join Native American athletes from around North American in California this June for the Jim Thorpe All Indian Games. Jim Thorpe All Indian Games June 22-25, 2017 Southern California http://www.allindiangames.com/ Athletes will compete in golf, softball, and basketball.  The competitions are open to competitors ages under 14 to 66+. About...

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What Is the Tribal Enrollment Process?

When it comes to researching your Native American ancestry, you may come across a lot of information about enrolling in a tribe. The tribal enrollment process, while varied from tribe to tribe, is typically meant to preserve a tribe’s unique culture and traditions. Enrolling in a tribe is a great...

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Hopi Easter

These beautifully painted eggs come from Hopi artist Duane Koyawena. He posted the photo to his Facebook page last year during Easter. Talk about some talent and skill! Thanks for sharing with us Duane! Make sure you check out his amazing art pieces at https://www.facebook.com/DuaneKoyawenaArts/

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