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Archive of: Native Life

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Art Gallery: Bunky Echo-Hawk

Art Gallery: Bunky Echo-Hawk

Although he is keen to using humor, the painter is dead serious about using his art in the struggle for social awareness and empowerment for American Indians.

March 2015
Sarah Sense

Sarah Sense

Summers spent on the Chitimacha Reservation in Louisiana led the artist to join two worlds — blending contemporary photography with traditional basket weaving.

March 2015
C&I's 10th Annual Photo Contest

C&I's 10th Annual Photo Contest

The winning image from our 10th Annual Photo Contest is so intense, it’s hard to believe it’s about a boy.

March 2015
Art Gallery: Horace Poolaw

Art Gallery: Horace Poolaw

A retrospective of one of the most prolific American Indian photographers of his time is on view in New York City.

January 2015
The Future Generations Ride

The Future Generations Ride

Every December, hundreds of American Indian riders pay tribute to those who died in The Wounded Knee Massacre by tracing the path of their ancestors.

January 2015
Kassidy Dennison Soars At The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

Kassidy Dennison Soars At The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

The 22-year-old barrel racer is the first Navajo woman to qualify for the finals.

December 2014
Last Of The Original World War II ‘Code Talkers’ Passes On

Last Of The Original World War II ‘Code Talkers’ Passes On

Chester Nez (Navajo), 93, helped create a code the Japanese couldn’t break.

July 2014
Best Of The West 2014: Turquoise, The Color Of Water

Best Of The West 2014: Turquoise, The Color Of Water

The culturally significant gem remains a central focus of contemporary Native artists.

June 2014
Spirit Hawk Eye

Spirit Hawk Eye

Heidi Laughton’s journey to document the diversity of contemporary Native American culture has led the photographer to explore her own native heritage.

March 2014
More Than An Indian Taco

More Than An Indian Taco

The Indian fry bread taco is as emblematic of oppression as it is a symbol of survival and cultural diversity — with a multilayered history stretching far beyond the Long Walk.

October 2013
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