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Indigenous Beadwork Drops on Instagram

Indigenous Beadwork Drops on Instagram

Indigenous Beadwork Drops on Instagram Indigenous Beadwork Drops on Instagram Last year, after the museum that Tayler Gutierrez worked at in Salt Lake City closed temporarily because of the coronavirus, she turned to her beadwork. A citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Ms. Gutierrez, 24, had been practicing beadwork for years after learning from a mentor, the Diné poet …

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Reporting on Indigenous Australia – The New York Times

Reporting on Indigenous Australia - The New York Times

Reporting on Indigenous Australia – The New York Times Reporting on Indigenous Australia – The New York Times The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. When I first heard about Australia’s “bush courts,” I knew they were something I wanted to report on. Makeshift courtrooms, fly-in legal services, and …

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Fred Sasakamoose, One of the First Indigenous N.H.L. Players, Dies at 86

Fred Sasakamoose, One of the First Indigenous N.H.L. Players, Dies at 86

Fred Sasakamoose, One of the First Indigenous N.H.L. Players, Dies at 86 Fred Sasakamoose, One of the First Indigenous N.H.L. Players, Dies at 86 Fred Sasakamoose began skating on blades his grandfather had tied to his moccasins. His hockey stick was a willow branch. A disk of cow manure served as the puck. The rink was a frozen lake. It …

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Listen to Indigenous Podcasts – The New York Times

Listen to Indigenous Podcasts - The New York Times

Listen to Indigenous Podcasts – The New York Times Listen to Indigenous Podcasts – The New York Times The Indigenous people of the land now called North America are often only brought up in the past tense in primary school classrooms. The fact is they are a growing population, an increasing demographic in the country and in Congress, yet most …

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Indigenous Colombians, Facing New Wave of Brutality, Demand Government Action

Indigenous Colombians, Facing New Wave of Brutality, Demand Government Action

Indigenous Colombians, Facing New Wave of Brutality, Demand Government Action Indigenous Colombians, Facing New Wave of Brutality, Demand Government Action Protesters descended by the thousands on Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, this week, horrified by a brutal wave of violence sweeping the country, one so intense that mass killings have taken place every other day on average. Most traveled hundreds of miles, …

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star, and His Fans, Are Taking Indigenous Studies

‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star, and His Fans, Are Taking Indigenous Studies

‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star, and His Fans, Are Taking Indigenous Studies ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star, and His Fans, Are Taking Indigenous Studies Each session begins with Dr. Bear lighting a small piece of sage and wafting the smoke over her face, arms and hair in a smudge, or “spiritual cleansing.” The sessions, it becomes clear, are as much about Indigenous ways of …

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An Indigenous Canadian Journalist Was Covering a Protest. Then He Got Arrested.

An Indigenous Canadian Journalist Was Covering a Protest. Then He Got Arrested.

An Indigenous Canadian Journalist Was Covering a Protest. Then He Got Arrested. An Indigenous Canadian Journalist Was Covering a Protest. Then He Got Arrested. OTTAWA — The land was theirs, the Indigenous protesters said, and so they tried to prevent the housing project near Niagara Falls from going forward — burning tires to block a highway, spray-painting slogans on the …

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Chile’s Largest Indigenous Group Sees Opportunity in a New Constitution

Chile’s Largest Indigenous Group Sees Opportunity in a New Constitution

Chile’s Largest Indigenous Group Sees Opportunity in a New Constitution Chile’s Largest Indigenous Group Sees Opportunity in a New Constitution SANTIAGO — Hunger strikes. The occupation of a municipal building. Arson attacks against trucks traveling through southern Chile. The long-simmering conflict between the Mapuche, Chile’s largest Indigenous group, and the government over land rights and cultural recognition has escalated and …

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He Wants to Save the Present With the Indigenous Past

He Wants to Save the Present With the Indigenous Past

He Wants to Save the Present With the Indigenous Past He Wants to Save the Present With the Indigenous Past WALLAGARAUGH, Australia — Bruce Pascoe stood near the ancient crops he has written about for years and discussed the day’s plans with a handful of workers. Someone needed to check on the yam daisy seedlings. A few others would fix …

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Bernaldina José Pedro, Repository of Indigenous Culture, Dies at 75

Bernaldina José Pedro, Repository of Indigenous Culture, Dies at 75

Bernaldina José Pedro, Repository of Indigenous Culture, Dies at 75 Bernaldina José Pedro, Repository of Indigenous Culture, Dies at 75 This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. Bernaldina José Pedro possessed a wealth of knowledge about the songs, dances, crafts, medicines and prayers of the Macuxi Indigenous …

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