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  • American Indian News Service | American Indian News
    Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on CULTURE Rights of Indigenous Peoples Gained International Attention Support in 2010 The year 2010 saw the Iroquois lacrosse team capture hearts PEOPLE Helen Maynor Scheirbeck 1935 2010 Washington D C Dr Helen Maynor Scheirbeck longtime champion of American Indian civil rights MUSIC Nakai expands the language of Native American music R Carlos Nakai s new album Dancing into Silence with William ART Gorman shared joy and skill in a decade of art represented in exhibition Washington D C The Smithsonian s National Museum of the American Indian will FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi February 2016 M T W T F S S Jan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Recipes RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When the summer sun gives way to cool nights chef RECIPE As cherries blossom a taste of summer Cherries pair with the earth and sea in this favorite RECIPE Chocolate s indigenous history makes spicy tale Washington Chocolate is a flavor as old and varied as the Readers Favorites CULTURE Children step up as culture bearers Washington D C Kelly Church a weaver of black ash baskets is EXHIBITION Quileute separate fact from fiction for Twilight fans Seattle Wash The Seattle Art Museum opened an exhibition of some ART One man s interest helps save ancient art

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  • American Indian News Service |  About Us
    Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi February 2016 M T W T F S S Jan 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When the summer sun gives way to cool nights chef RECIPE As cherries blossom a taste of summer Cherries pair with the earth and sea in this favorite RECIPE Chocolate s indigenous history makes spicy tale Washington Chocolate is a flavor as old and varied as the Readers Favorites CULTURE Children step up as culture bearers Washington D C Kelly Church a weaver of black ash baskets is EXHIBITION Quileute separate fact from fiction for Twilight fans Seattle Wash The Seattle Art Museum opened an exhibition of some ART One man s interest helps save ancient art Dennis White 63 an Ojibwe mathematics scholar from the Lac ARTS Jungen s farfetched animals stretch the imagination Washington Artist Brian Jungen s oversized animals have invaded the Smithsonian s National PEOPLE Mary G Ross blazed a trail in the sky as a

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  • PEOPLE: Martha Redbone charts her own distinctive course, marches to her own beat | American Indian News Service
    12 year olds Some songs are Choctaw some in Houma French and others are just beautiful when sung with a hand drum Robichaux said She is so gifted and talented and she uses her gift not for self promotion but to give to others Robichaux said It is evident in her coming to Louisiana and teaching our kids she is not about promoting Martha Redbone When she comes to camp she is out there whether it s serving food or cleaning up It is not uncommon for me to receive phone calls from her She is constantly brainstorming how she can help not only the Houma but youth across Indian Country Redbone remembers where her name came from it was a derogatory word from her youth for someone of mixed black and Native ancestry As an adult she embraced being mixed race interpreting her father s love of soul music and her mother s Native heritage into who she is The Skintalk album s Children of Love starts with a powwow drum led by Dennis Banks Ojibwe and a rap by Gyasi Ross Blackfeet that dissolves into a mid tempo groove but runs underneath and rises to the surface between verses The purpose she said was to draw people into Native culture and music The effect was provocative even political The song became a soul hit in Europe and England where she said they don t even know that Indian people are still here Most people liked the powwow drum but some didn t Still Whitby and Redbone stand by their vision of blending musical traditions Redbone s hybridization of soul R B and Native music is in the tradition of contemporary artists like Keith Secola and Bill Miller and it is a vision shared by Whitby He likes to quote legendary producer Quincy Jones who said there are only 12 notes in a scale or only so far that each style of music can go before it runs out of fresh material The only way forward Whitby said is to make new hybridizations I think the Native American perspective is different Whitby said more interesting As another way of putting it it is real folk music made for the people by the people without the help of corporations It is really from the community and that gives it some real legs Still in Redbone s hands it is also pop music in the best sense of that expression Redbone credits the work ethic that has kept her and Whitby creating for 17 years and making choices that were anti intuitive It s work that she plans to expand with more albums with more styles of music more types of writing You can turn on the television and see people who want to be famous for nothing she said People do something ridiculous and then they are on Oprah and writing a book about it I look at it that this way how is this going to look 20 years

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  • EXHIBITION: Alaska welcomes home its Native art for exhibition from Smithsonian museums | American Indian News Service
    marks left by the carver still evident the mask was collected in 1884 from a village on the Alaska Peninsula Shaking his head Abyo said It was so flat and small in the book His wife Melinda was moved to tears when she saw a century old woman s beaded headdress which she had copied from a book She brought in her replica to show curators and to compare it with the original Abyo whose work is in museums in Alaska Japan and Ireland wants the tools of his ancestors everyday life such as bows and fishing gear But gaining the skill that it takes to make tools that are functional as well as beautiful requires more than books As many accomplished artists as there are today these are the works of the masters Abyo said They didn t have our technologies but we don t know all of their technologies either We can t fathom how they did some of this Another visitor Darline Kygar a tourist from San Diego who happened to visit the museum on the day the exhibition opened admired the intricate stitching in the clothing and the diversity of the many Native cultures from Alaska I really had my eyes opened she said View the Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center website including the objects in the exhibition at http alaska si edu index asp By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009

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  • RECIPE: Chocolate’s indigenous history makes spicy tale | American Indian News Service
    green plantain and slice fruit into thin discs Lightly deep fry until crispy Stir together cocoa and sugar and use the mixture to lightly coat the fried plantain chips Scatter the cocoa coated chips atop each serving of soup By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi February 2010 M T W T F S S Dec Apr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When

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  • MOVIES: Big and blue, ‘Avatar’ with Wes Studi comes to DVD | American Indian News Service
    take chances By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle Tayac Hawai ian history Hopi identity language Mitsitam Cafe movies museum museum exhibitions Music National Museum of African American History and Culture National Museum of the American Indian native dance Ohke Cultural Network Inc Penny Gamble Williams People Ramp It Up recipe skateboarding Smithsonian sports Talking Feather Radio Show theater Thunder Williams Tsimshian Wampanoag wellbriety journey Wes Studi December 2009 M T W T F S S Nov Feb 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Recipes FOOD Let s eat The executive chef of the Mitsitam Cafe whips up a cookbook Washington D C Chocolate chiles tomatoes blueberries and corn are just a RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe buffalo and duck burger Buffalo and duck burger topped with roasted pepper Dijonaise sauce RECIPE Mitsitam Cafe s Mexican hot chocolate warms up cool summer nights When the summer sun gives way to cool nights chef RECIPE As cherries blossom a taste of summer Cherries pair with the earth and sea in this favorite RECIPE Chocolate s indigenous history makes spicy

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  • People: Unsung hero has a million books he’d like you to check out | American Indian News Service
    here for kids Long said Up to at least the last year or so even if you had a computer you were pretty much limited to dial up Internet service Now he is increasing the access for people Nelson s resourcefulness has sustained the library for more than two decades In his early days he learned how to dry out books after a flood spending months saving the collection In recent years he has worked with a company to digitize the leading newspaper on the reservation the Navajo Times Nelson s current challenge is how to share and perpetuate his life s work through his staff and community Long said The lifelong reader the man who has brought a million books to his nation is losing his sight to glaucoma But like the country veterinarian in James Herriot s All Things Great and Small his favorite series of novels which he rereads every year Nelson is simply heading into a new chapter And it s not the books on the shelves or the catalogue of accomplishments that motivate him It s serving people who like to read I don t think that I am a leader Nelson said Anyone can do it They just have to have fortitude and a lot of passion for their work By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts

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  • EXHIBITION: Story of Americans with Native and black ancestry stirs deep emotions | American Indian News Service
    this Guest curator Penny Gamble Williams a spiritual leader of the Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation knows people who denied their Indian heritage and others who would not talk about it Some embraced their Native roots later in life She remembers some tearfully approaching her to ask how they could get information about the Blackfeet or Cherokee tribes to which people from the South may have heard their family elders say they had blood ties Many are eager she said to find the missing pieces of their identity to fill the void of belonging In the end such questions need to be answered with genealogical research Gamble Williams said Or perhaps acceptance Tayac said if a family story doesn t check out IndiVisible doesn t try to provide all the answers Tayac observed The exhibition often turns the question back to viewers And many will get the chance to reflect on them in the coming year African American museums and schools across the U S have already scheduled the traveling version of the IndiVisible exhibition which will visit Fort Lauderdale Fla Rome Ga Aurora Ill and Los Angeles among other cities through 2011 By Kara Briggs American Indian News Service Download this article as a Word Document Comments are closed Search the news Search for Recent Articles FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration More News FILM Films by and about Native women and about the movement of Native peoples across the Americas are among those to screen at 2011 Native American Film Video Festival New York The 2011 Native American Film Video Festival at PEOPLE Native filmmakers use eye experience to winnow entries for Film Video Festival New York Every other year the Film Video Festival at CULTURE Through art dance language Boxleys breathe new life into Tsimshian culture Kingston Wash David Boxley is putting designs in red paint on HISTORY Family is foundation of documentary on NYC s Mohawk ironworker community New York Reaghan Tarbell never set out to be a New MUSEUM Three elders a century of inspiration When Maria Hinton was born in 1910 every Oneida family MUSIC Power source behind Link Wray s chords his family Link Wray and his Ray Men broke into American pop Search Past Articles Search Past Articles Select Month January 2011 December 2010 October 2010 August 2010 June 2010 April 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 Tags alaska All Nations Skate Jam art arts Avatar black whaling captain boarding schools Chappaquiddick Band of the Wampanoag Nation chocolate conservation culture education essays exhibition featured Fritz Scholder Gabrielle

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