The Santa Fe Indian Market in New Mexico has served as a creative hub for indigenous artists from a variety of tribes across North America to sell their work for 98 years now. First created by the Museum
Christina Blackcloud remembers a childhood of running freely between her home on Iowa’s Meskwaki settlement to annual harvest-time celebrations across the street. She joined other kids playing in the of
By countering the racist fixations that have plagued stories of Indian culture, they hope to reverse the “invisibility” that many feel. Native American photographers are pushing back against portrayals
Greta Thunberg and Charles Norman Shay in Caen, France, on July 21. (Twitter) This article originally appeared at Common Dreams. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License.
Last week President Trump told four of my colleagues to “go back” to where they came from — even though all are American citizens, and only one is an immigrant. But Mr. Trump has somewhere to “go back”