Articles

Rappahannock tribe reacquires 465 acres of ancestral homelands

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland congratulates the tribe as Rappahannock Chief Anne Richardson calls the day ‘miraculous’…

A conversation with Adam Piron: Stepping into some big shoes at Sundance

Piron highlights several programs for Indigenous filmmakers to take advantage of in their quest in reaching…

A highlight of #SXSW2022: Auntie Deb Haaland’s Guide to Equity and Inclusion

Interior Secretary Deb Haaland uplifts and encourages people to ‘be the first,’ ‘make room for diverse…

Lily Gladstone and Lainey Bearkiller Shangreaux discuss ‘The Unknown Country’ film

An invitation to reunite with her estranged Oglala Lakota family launches a grieving young woman (Lily…

A video conversation with Indigenous Chef Adán Medrano: ‘Cooking and food narrate who we are’

Chef Adán Medrano, Coahuiltecan, appears on an episode of ‘Gastro Obscura: Sparked’ to discuss family food…

Three beautiful films with Native storylines and themes at SXSW 2022

Native Viewpoint SXSW films review: The Unknown Country, Long Line of Ladies and Big Water Summer…

Colonial Williamsburg adds First American Indian historical figure to renowned public program

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s historical figure Oconostota to be portrayed by Kody Grant, enrolled Pueblo of…

A shout to Indigenous Women: Peacock TV’s Amber Ruffin schools viewers on Pocahontas

Ruffin tweets: “In this week’s segment of How Did We Get Here, we are finding out…

SXSW does a better job of Native representation in 2022: Here’s what’s happening

Deb Haaland, Sierra Teller Ornelas, Rob Capriccioso from Indigenous Wire, Status/Non-Status, Snotty Nose Rez Kids and…

Adam Piron to lead Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program

Piron belongs to the Kiowa and Mohawk Tribes and was raised in Phoenix, Arizona. In addition…