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  • Beauty at CIBA 2015

    July 1, 2015A glimpse of the incredible beauty from the California Indian Basketweavers’ Association (CIBA) 2015 Conference on the Redding Rancheria June 26-28, 2015. Photographs courtesy of Tiffany Adams and Sage LaPena.
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    Out of the Woodwork: The Rainbow Tribe and Mount Shasta

    June 30, 2015Out of the Woodwork: The Rainbow Tribe and Mount Shasta by Samuel White Swan-Perkins News broke earlier this week among the Lakota people of South Dakota that the Rainbow Tribe would be occupying some areas of Paha Sapa (the Black Hills) with USFS approval. The news upset many local Native residents who have begun...
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    Yocha Dehe Big Time

    June 24, 2015Familiar faces, clapper sticks, flicker feather headbands, and laughter filled the air at this year’s Yocha Dehe Big Time, on their beautiful land in the Capay Valley. We thank everyone at Yocha Dehe for their kindness, generosity, and for inviting us to be a part of this year’s Big Time.  
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  • Native traditional methods revived to combat California drought, wildfires

    June 24, 2015This is an article from Al Jazeera America, originally posted on June 12th. For original article visit here. Native traditional methods revived to combat California drought, wildfires by Renee Lewis As California battles its worst drought in 1,000 years  — and after massive wildfires swept across the state for two consecutive summers — a number of tribe members, scientists and U.S....
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    I am a life

    June 9, 2015“I am a life” is a PSA about the collective empowerment of Indigenous women’s voices. In our communities nothing is stronger. According to US government statistics, Native American and Alaska Native women are more than 2.5 times more likely to be assaulted than other women in the US. That number is probably far greater. ...
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