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Angelo and Jacquelene McHorse want to transport their customers to the Southwest through Bison Star Naturals, their richly scented line of natural soaps and lotions made with the region's distinct flora and fauna. 

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Osage designer Dante Biss-Grayson will be heading east in early February for New York Fashion Week, where he will send his bold dresses, cowboy shirts, trench coats and urban styles down the runway. 

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First Nations, Manitoba-based textile designer Destiny Seymour (Anishinaabe) is on a mission to bring Indigenous designs out of the museum and into homes. 

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HARBOR SPRINGS, Mich.—Amber Kilgore and Yarrow Young (Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians) get a lot of quizzical looks when they tell people the name of their business: Tootsie Bluffins.

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HALES CORNERS, Wis. — The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin has launched a search for its next executive director.

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ITHACA, N.Y. — Brett Bucktooth, the supplier diversity manager at Ongweoweh Corp., has been named one of the 2022 Top 25 Diversity Change Leaders Making Waves by Diversity Plus Magazine.  

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Nine Indigenous entrepreneurs were honored last week at the second annual Indigenous Entrepreneurship Awards hosted by Pow Wow Pitch. 

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BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — A new partnership hopes to improve the technical assistance available to Native American entrepreneurs in Southwest Michigan so they can have an easier time turning their business ideas into new startups and access funding. 

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Indigenous entrepreneurs in Arizona will receive targeted support through Native FORGE, a new University of Arizona program designed to drive economic development in the state’s 22 federally recognized tribes. 

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BISMARCK, N.D. — Lorraine Davis has had a front-row seat to observe the growth in minority-owned businesses in the Peace Garden State.