Born out of the Idle No More movement, the Urban Native Era seeks to raise awareness of Indigenous issues through its apparel, film and other mediums. Continue reading
Northwest Tribe’s are standing united in their opposition to the privatization of water. At its 2018 annual convention in September, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians passed a historic resolution opposing the privatization of water. Continue reading
1. Cigar store Indians because any publicity is good publicity, right? Am I right?
2. Growing up, surviving, thriving, and becoming the all right/sometimes pretty rad guy I am today Continue reading
Since 2000, Indigenous street artist Votan Henriquez (Mayan/Naoa) has been bringing his brand of Indigenous and revolutionary influenced clothing and merchandise to all corners of Turtle Island with NSRGNTS. Continue reading
“Wótakuye, in Lakota, is a kinship term, it refers to different relationships through kinship. It is something that is important for the revitalization of our language, because when you call somebody your relative, or treat them as such, then you’ll take care of them as a relative.” ~Alayna Eagle Shield. Continue reading