Mic Jordan Releases New Music Video #DearNativeYouth


Mic Jordan first came to life in 2013, with the release of his first solo project “Born With It EP”. However, with the later release of his first full length album “Sometime After 83” Mic Jordan’s fan base has grown to new heights. Continue reading

The World We Leave for Our Children: Lummi Nation Battles Proposed Coal Terminal*

“Is this the world that we want to leave to our children?”

That is the question posed by Jewell James, Master Carver of the Lummi Nation’s House of Tears Carvers, of the numerous coal port projects around the northwest and beyond. Continue reading

Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary Students Highlight New State Required Since Time Immemorial Tribal Sovereignty Curriculum

TULALIP – In the midst of summer excitement, third graders from Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary School presented the last project of the school year to their peers, which incorporated the Since Time Immemorial curriculum. Continue reading

Youth keep Tulalip language and culture alive*

During the weeks of July 17-28, the Greg Williams court was home to the 20th Annual Lushootseed Day Camp. The camp was open to children age five to twelve who wanted to learn about their culture and Lushootseed language through art, songs, games, weaving and storytelling. Continue reading