February 04, 2023

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COMPELLING INDIGENOUS SUMMER READS FOR 2015

COMPELLING INDIGENOUS SUMMER READS FOR 2015

Image Source: Scan Snap Pow-wows, parks, beaches, cottages and festivals. Summer is meant to be a time of relaxation and letting loose. As the temperature soars you’ll want to soak up the sun on a beach  sipping  iced tea or you may find yourself in a tent at night with only a flashlight. Either way ...
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CURANDERISMO: THE ART OF HEALING AND WELLNESS

CURANDERISMO: THE ART OF HEALING AND WELLNESS

Curanderismo class at University of New Mexico | Image source: Curanderismo at UNM Facebook page For the last few years I’ve been researching and training in a practice called curanderismo.  In Spanish curar means “to heal” and so curanderismo is the art of healing.  Next week I’ll be in Albuquerque for...
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MUST SEE ACTS AT THE PAN AM ABORIGINAL PAVILION

MUST SEE ACTS AT THE PAN AM ABORIGINAL PAVILION

A Tribe Called Red at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver | Image Source: www.lordsofdogwood.com The Aboriginal Pavilion is a celebration of Indigenous arts, culture and sports. It’s a rare international platform that showcases Indigenous artists from all over North, South and Central America. Events will b...
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LOGAN STAATS' SOUL SATISFYING ALBUM DEBUT: GOODBYE GOLDIA

LOGAN STAATS’ SOUL SATISFYING ALBUM DEBUT: GOODBYE GOLDIA

Logan Stats | Image Source: Janet Rogers He’s not doing it to be retro or throwback. Logan Staats is proving, without making a point about it, that his generation can pick up the basic musical ingredients and cook up soul-satisfying dishes creating a tasty buffet of songs; in this case Staats’ first sol...
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SEVEN YOUTH THAT CAN ROCK A HAND DRUM YO!

SEVEN YOUTH THAT CAN ROCK A HAND DRUM YO!

Image Source: Native Drums Website In Native culture, the drum represents the heartbeat of Mother Earth and is used in many spiritual and ceremonial practices. Here are seven captivating videos of Indigenous youth showing us how to rock the hand drum. Miigwetch (thank you) for sharing your powerful voic...
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