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Growing up in the ‘80s, Tom Ramos remembers going to pow wows with his relatives to set up vending booths in hopes of making it through tough holiday seasons. Between the upfront charges for booths and other event costs, Ramos’ family would have to clear $125 in sales before they saw a dollar’s worth of profit. 

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The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe announced its second partnership with a Seattle-area pro sports team this year, inking a deal with Major League Baseball's Seattle Mariners that's aimed at promoting youth baseball and celebrating the tribe's culture.

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Cherokee author Traci Sorell is at the top of her game right now.  

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A new mixed-use facility could be a boon for artists on the Pine Ridge Reservation, where 8 out of 10 home-based businesses involve some sort of art.  

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Technology already intersects with Native history at The Mashantucket Pequot Research Center and Museum in Ledyard, Connecticut.  The tribal museum’s curriculum and exhibits tell stories old and new, whether through a full-scale 16th century Pequot village or classes that blend high-tech with tribal heritage. 

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A statewide cultural and education center based in Alaska and dedicated to its Native cultures and heritages has named four directors to its board. 

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A new film festival that aims to create new opportunities for Indigenous creators will debut this fall during Native American Heritage Month.  

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An Airbnb doubles as the lair of a proud Native dominatrix in Peshawn Bread’s first film, The Daily Life of Mistress Red

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WASHINGTON — The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs last week released a draft of proposed legislation that would strengthen enforcement of laws against counterfeit Native art. 

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James Johnson’s career is snowballing. 

After years of perfecting the ancient, ovoid-based Tlingit formline style, the carver and designer from the Eagle Killerwhale clan has etched out a niche in the cool world of winter sports.