History of Native American Beads – Types and Uses

History of Native American Beads – Types and Uses

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Native Americans are famous for their rich cultural heritage, which includes unique craftsmanship and vibrant artistry. Native American beads hold a significant place among their many unique crafts. These beads aren't... Read more »
Shop Native Artists of the Month: Erik and Amanda Brodt

Shop Native Artists of the Month: Erik and Amanda Brodt

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Each month, we're celebrating a Native American artist, whose work you can find on our Shop Native directory, which features both Native American products and products made for Natives. These products&n... Read more »
Between Two Knees – Laughing Through History: The 1491s’ Bold Approach to Native American Storytelling

Between Two Knees – Laughing Through History: The 1491s’ Bold Approach to Native American Storytelling

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The intertribal Native American sketch comedy troupe, The 1491s, is made up of five members Ryan Redcorn, Dallas Goldtooth, Sterlin Harjo, Migizi Pensoneau, and Bobby Wilson. These self-proclaimed YouTube comedians wi... Read more »
Cultural Appropriation vs Appreciation

Cultural Appropriation vs Appreciation

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If a fashion item is for sale to the open public, and one wears it publicly, it is a clear demonstration of appreciation, and credit is much appreciated, but not required. Most artists who make jewelry, or clothing, b... Read more »
Authentic Native American Blankets – Where To Buy?

Authentic Native American Blankets – Where To Buy?

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Embark on a journey through the vibrant tapestry of Native American heritage as we explore authentic blankets. The history of Native American blankets is deeply intertwined with the rich cultural tapestry of Indige... Read more »
Eighth Generation: A Journey Through Native American Art and Culture in Downtown Seattle

Eighth Generation: A Journey Through Native American Art and Culture in Downtown Seattle

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Welcome to the heart of Native American creativity and tradition at Eighth Generation, where art comes to life, and culture is celebrated. In this exclusive video, Colleen Echohawk (Pawnee, Athabascan), the Chief Exec... Read more »
Killers of The Flower Moon: Missed Opportunities and Unheard Voices

Killers of The Flower Moon: Missed Opportunities and Unheard Voices

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In "Killers of The Flower Moon," Martin Scorsese's adaptation of David Grann's 2017 book, a dark chapter in American history is brought to life on the silver screen. The film delves into the gruesome murders of wealth... Read more »
Experience the Magic of the Santa Fe Indian Market: Native American Art, Culture, and Celebration

Experience the Magic of the Santa Fe Indian Market: Native American Art, Culture, and Celebration

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The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) recently concluded another successful Santa Fe Indian Market with crowds of well over 150,000 people on each day of the two-day market. More than 940 artists from t... Read more »
Empowering Young Native Americans: Disney’s Impactful Scholarship and Support Programs

Empowering Young Native Americans: Disney’s Impactful Scholarship and Support Programs

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The Walt Disney Company has played a major role in advancing the lives of young Native Americans, mainly through funding a generous scholarship that was designed to ensure they have the means to attend a tribal colleg... Read more »
Native American Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2024

Native American Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2024

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Time to honor our moms again! Have you started shopping for your mom yet? Below are some of my favorite gifts from our Shop Native directory.  I've also included a few picks from Amazon and other sites as w... Read more »
Pendleton Blankets and their “Native American” Inspiration

Pendleton Blankets and their “Native American” Inspiration

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  Pendleton started weaving the ‘trade blankets’ for the Native Americans sometime in the mid to late 1800s. Its operations were spearheaded by Joe Rawnsley, who lived with different tribes in the southwest. His... Read more »
My Favorite Indigenous Etsy Shops

My Favorite Indigenous Etsy Shops

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Have you shopped Etsy lately?   Etsy has become an excellent place for Indigenous creators to sell their goods!  You can find shirts, stickers, beadwork, ribbon skirts and more. If you want more ways ... Read more »

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