Off the Rez, Seattle’s first and only Native American food truck to date, faced off against thirteen other competitors for the ninth annual 107.7 Taco Truck Challenge over Cinco de Mayo weekend.
“I always wanted to be a culture teacher from second grade,” Kevin Belin recalled. He fulfilled his childhood dream last year, having earned his B.A. in Secondary Education at Fort Lewis College. Now, as the Navajo Culture and Language teacher at T’iis Ts’ózí Bi’Ólta’ in Crownpoint, NM, Belin is in his element.
Though Christian worship has been controversial in Indian Country for decades due to colonization and forced assimilation, more indigenous people than ever before are in agreement with its teachings due to the Bible’s universality.
A Conversation with Navajo Presidential Candidate, Trudie Jackson.
Teachers, officials, and even professors are still apt to prolong myths and stereotypes about Native Americans, which in turn, contributes to the systematic erasure of indigenous people.
April Tinhorn’s storytelling has woven three traits together: indigenous traditions, interpersonal listening, and intuition.
Wayne Price, Tlingit master wood carver, will soon begin carving a healing totem for a women’s shelter in Juneau, AK. “I heal others through art,” he said.
Kaplan Bunce, Apache wood-worker, and a mural artist, was born and raised in Washington State. Since he moved to Kaua’i, Hawaii over a decade ago, Bunce has experienced a steady affinity with Hawaiian culture.
This summer, Sovereign Power, along with the Spokane Indian Housing Authority, will begin building a community-scale solar project.
Arianna Johnny-Wadsworth, founder of the Native-owned business Quw’utsun’ Made, was taught at a young age to engage in traditional practices.
Providing Native Americans with even basic health care has been an ongoing struggle between the federal government and sovereign tribes since the treaty times.
A STEM Conversation with a NASA JPL Mechanical Engineer. “I am an engineer, but I am indigenous first.”