April 20th, 2020
Last Updated on: April 19th, 2020
Vlogs are everywhere!
They are on Instagram, on personal websites, on YouTube channels; they are the thing to watch.
Vlogging (blog + video) is basically a short, embedded video that any person, not just an influencer, can post about pretty much anything. Some people have become quite well-known for the vlogs they regularly post.
Do you want Native vlogs? Well, your wish has come true!
Take a look at the top Native vlogs out there!
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With over 12,000 YouTube subscribers and over 7,000 Instagram followers, Natalie is doing pretty well for herself. While she’s vlogging, she likes to take her viewers on
Join Natalie at a powwow, to Portland, on a Sedona fun run, the
Western Navajo Fair, and much more! She also loves to host creative “giveaways.”
Hon’mana Seukteoma, a O’odham Native woman, is full of energy and positivity. She states on her YouTube page, “I love interacting with my natives in a positive way and
I love giving back!”
Hon’mana travels all over, gives beautiful makeup tutorials, gives life advice as she goes along her journey, and educates about and brings awareness to her culture. Follow her on IG
“My name is Raven. I'm Pawnee, Cheyenne-Arapaho, & Otoe-Missouria!”
Raven’s page is mostly about powwows; watch her perform and watch her dance...she is quite amazing! You can also see her on her IG @ravenmorgan_ where she has almost 5,000 followers!
Patrick Willie is obviously...a Navajo! And not just an average Navajo...he is a Navajo
Watch him! Patrick states, “I love creative things! I make vlogs
and have started a "Native's React" video series to spread humor and
good feelings.” His videos are full of energy and most of them are quite
humorous. Subscribe by clicking on his name above and let’s get Patrick to
8,000 subscribers and follow him on IG @patrickisanavajo.
She is cute, funny, and full of personality. It’s Serria Johnson!
Watch her adventures and read about her in the article she was featured in in the Navajo Times. Sierra makes fry bread, Navajo coffee, and gives quirky makeup
tutorials. Meet her at a powwow, go on a hike, and even attend Coachella! If
she is your style, follow her on IG @sierra_67.
This vlog is definitely unique and not like the others.
Do you believe in ghosts!?
Matt Yellowstone of Oklahoma does and says to his viewers: “Follow along with
me on ghost investigations at various known haunted locations!” You can venture
to cemeteries, abandoned buildings, and other known haunts throughout Oklahoma
and you can see some creepy photos on Matt’s IG @mattyellowhorsehaunts!
Lifestyle and beauty vlogger (and nursing student), Chassitti Lincoln, has almost 8,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel.
“Hello & WELCOME to my channel! 🙂 I'm Chassitti, a Native American(Navajo) mother and student. I make vlogs, lifestyle, and beauty videos. So take a look around, get comfortable, hit that subscribe button, and see a glimpse of my life!” Aside from quick trips, makeup tutorials, product reviews, and just having fun, Chassitti is great about
giving away freebies to her viewers! Subscribe by clicking on her name above
and follow her on IG @cn_lincoln.
“Hi!! My name is Cordelia G. Falls Down but EVERYONE calls me Cordi G. I am a proud
Crow tribal member of the Apsaalooke Nation of Montana and I am currently
attending the University of Oklahoma. My vlogs capture my little powwow and
school adventures, I hope you enjoy! Aho!”
As you can see, Cordi is full of personality and life and is definitely an up-and-coming Native vlogger to follow. Check her out on IG @cordi_fd.