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Welcome to day two of Tribal Business News’ 12 days of Indigenous holiday gifts guide. In the spirit of supporting Indigenous artists and entrepreneurs and drawing attention to some truly gorgeous and inspired items, we are presenting 12 consecutive days of Native-made products perfect for holiday gift-giving, including giving to yourself.

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It’s no secret that 2020 has been brutal for many in the arts, especially Native makers who have seen their main arts shows outright canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic or shifted to a virtual format. 

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Alaska Native Heritage Center has received a $3 million grant from the Ford Foundation, which named the Anchorage-based nonprofit one of “America’s Cultural Treasures.” 

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METLAKATLA, Alaska — In the remote Southeast Alaska village of Metlakatla, population 1,375, Tsimshian artist Dale Horne shapes cedar and abalone into masks, suns, killer whale fins, paddles, boxes and bowls.

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SANTA FE, N.M — Another major American Indian event has been postponed due to public health concerns relating to  COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). 

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SANTA FE, N.M. — Keri Ataumbi, owner of Ataumbi Metals, is one of the many countless entrepreneurs who’s swiftly recalibrating her life and business as the world hunkers down in hopes of flattening the COVID-19 curve. The metalsmith runs her jewelry and wearable-art business out of Santa Fe, New Mexico, a vibrant city known for its booming art scene.