Navajo Rugs – Learn The History, Care and Value

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Everything You Need to Know About Navajo Rugs Navajo rugs have been made for nearly 500 years, but they have recently made their way into homes all over the world. What makes these rugs so unique and sought after? This guide will go over the history of Navajo rugs, the….

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Native American Turquoise Jewelry

Native American Turquoise Jewelry Through History and Today

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Archaeologists have found evidence of the native people and what would become America creating jewelry from the stones, shells, and other natural materials as far back as 10,000 years ago. As the millennia went on, turquoise jewelry became one of the more prominent varieties made specifically by tribes in the….

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Baby Shark Do Do – In Navajo!

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By now, everyone should be familiar with the famous children’s song that went viral in 2016. Even though Baby Shark originated many years before 2016, with various versions stemming from different countries and cultures, the silly and adorable English one that we all know has been sung millions of times;….

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Pinon High School Cadets post colors at Arizona Cardinals game!

Pinon High School Cadets post colors at Arizona Cardinals game!

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The article below was written by Sgt. Marvin Tom about his first-hand experience with his cadets at an Arizona Cardinals game. “..I only had a moment to tell the cadets that they had this in the bag and not to worry about a thing — they looked as if they….

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Interview with Fancy Navajo Alana Yazzie – Pow Wow Chat – October 25th, 2018

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Watch and Chat live with Paul G from PowWows.com! October 25, 2018 – 9:00 PM EST Join us for a special interview, current events, announcements, questions and more! Special guest – Alana Yazzie – The Fancy Navajo About Alana: Alana Yazzie is the creator and founder of TheFancyNavajo.com which is….

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“The Fancy Navajo” Alana Yazzie wins hearts through her lifestyle blogging!

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Have you been following The Fancy Navajo?? If you aren’t you’re missing out on some amazing tips and recipes aimed specifically for our natives who are active on social media! https://www.instagram.com/p/BnhZN7jg56Q/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet Alana was born and raised in New Mexico and shares her love of food and fashion on her blog,….

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‘Native American Woven Arts’ Exhibit Opens at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian

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February 1, 2018 – For thousands of years, indigenous people have transformed simple fibers into useful and beautiful containers, clothes, and other household materials reflecting their unique cultures. Weaving is a varied and true art form for Native people across the US and Canada, from Navajo rugs in the Southwest….

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Diné Bí Ná’álkid Time – New Navajo-English Educational Show To Help Teach Language

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If the GoFundMe campaign is successful, this new educational children’s show could help save the Diné language. Diné Bí Ná’ákid Time is the brainchild of educators Dr. Shawna L. Begay and Charmaine Jackson. “I never learned my Navajo language and I was never inspired to learn it. As I got….

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Navajo Nation’s first Horse Therapy Center for Veterans

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Started by Shirleen Jumbo-Rintila and Becky Flowers, SJ-R Equine Ranch LLC promises to be more than just a place for Horses. SJ-R Equine Ranch will be the first Navajo Equine Farm and Garden therapy ranch for Navajo Veterans and their families, further hoping to extend their services to victims of….

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3 Indigenous Fathers Keeping Their Culture Alive

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There’s a wonderful article in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix that highlights the lives of three Indigenous dads who are making sure their children will be passing on traditions and cultural teachings to the next generation. TJ Warren (Diné): “I want my daughters to continue on the compassion that we have as….

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Navajo Nation Sues Over ‘Outrageous’ Predatory Practices – Marty Two Bulls

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Navajo Nation Sues Over ‘Outrageous’ Predatory Practices Marty Two Bulls publishes weekly cartoons each Monday on PowWows.com Disclaimer The views expressed in the editorial cartoon are not necessarily that of PowWows.com. PowWows.com publishes these editorial cartoons weekly to highlight issues in Indian Country.  We hope these cartoons will help start conversations….

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