Miss Arapaho Tribal Princess!

Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima Q) Congratulations! You are truly a beauty, inside and out! Please tell us about yourself? What do you want us to know about you? A) Ha-Hou! Thank you! Well Tous! Sanííwoo Hisei Néé'eesíh'inoo! Hello my name is Lizard Woman my English name is Emma Julia Washee and I am the 2015-2016 Arapaho Tribal Princess. I am the daughter of ...

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Miss Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial!

  Miss Gallup Inter Tribal Indian Ceremonial! Interview by Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Miss Gallup Inter-Triba Indian Ceremonial!!! Busy and productive, Miss Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial is a stunning example of true Native Beauty. Powwows, parades and presentations are all part of her life! DK: You're a true role model! ...

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5 Strong Native American Women – #StrongNativeWomen

When I think of Native Heritage Month, I think of our matriarchs, grand-mothers, mothers, sisters, community leaders, business owners, actresses, who continually find ways to guide us, keep us honest, lend an ear when no one else will listen & who are the glue to our communities & families that keep us together.  

Here are a couple Native Women whose leadership continue to inspire us and make us feel proud.


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Miss Hé Sapa Wiń…Black Hills Powwow Princess!

Crowning new Royalty at the Black Hills Powwow! Interview by Dr Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Powwows are a precious part of life for this new Princess! Q) Congratulations! We are so happy for you! What an honor for you to ...

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Soup Juice – Unmasked!

I'm sure you've seen the videos we've posted of this crazy character called Soup Juice. Heck, maybe he's even been to one of your local pow wows! Here's a few videos in case you haven't had the pleasure of seeing the Soup Juice in action! So just who is the man behind the mask? His name is Brian Hundley, and he ...


Comanche Nation Princess, Shelby Mata!

Crowning a new Comanche Nation Princess! Then and Now: Comanche Nation Princess! Interview by Dawn Karima, Native American Cultural Editor Stunning Shelby Mata! Historically, the noble Comanche Warriors were once known as "Lords of Plains." Newly ...

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Could One of These Twins Be the Next Miss Indian World?

There are always lots of talented and intelligent ladies vying for the Miss Indian World pageant. These twin sisters from the Crown Nation are hoping to compete and win that title this coming year. Tahnya and Natasha Laforge are 22 year old twins from the Apsáalooke (Crow) nation in Montana. Both college students, Tahnya is a Junior at Montana State University Billings majoring in Elementary Education and Natasha will be graduating in ...

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Lovely Lily Baga, Our Beautiful Future!

Lily Baga, Native Beauty! Interview by Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor A delightful young dancer! Name: Lily Baga Age: 11 Tribe: Tachi-Yokut/Rosebud Sioux Q: What style do you dance? I dance fancy shawl Q: What do you like best about your dance style? A:What I like about it is that it’s very energetic and there are many ...

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Phenomenon: Caleb Hairston is a Guitar Hero!

Caleb Hairston, Apache Artist! Caleb Hairston   Caleb Hairston celebrates his unique style! Interview by Dawn Karima, Naive American Culture Editor Caleb Hairston of Blue Mountain Tribe Q) You're such a prominent presence on the music scene! ...

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Interview With JR Lonelodge – Pow Wow Life – Episode 2

An enrolled member of the Southern Arapaho and Southern Cheyenne Tribes of Oklahoma, J.R. Lonelodge has always been inspired by art from his Nations. From beadwork designs passed down from his Grandmother Charlotte Lumpmouth, to historical pieces of tribal art, Mr. Lonelodge uses his own style and infuses art from the past. Listen to our interview with JR Lonelodge! Show Notes War Child Society Merchandise Making ...

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