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YAKAMA INDIAN RESERVATION, Wash. — In the pandemic-era marketplace, only the strongest businesses and products survive. 

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Every Friday night, it’s War Party time on the 3 Feathers Star Quilts Facebook page.

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TUBA CITY, Ariz. — As the organization continues to adapt to operating in the COVID-19 era, Native business incubator ChangeLabs has started accepting applications for its 2021 spring incubator program. 

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Navajo entrepreneur Shi-Fawn Chee is pumping out palettes as fast as she can. The themed eyeshadow collections are the must-have items in her Blended Girl Cosmetics line, and they require constant restocks. 

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NEW TOWN, N.D. — Few entrepreneurs combine commerce and community quite like Lauren Good Day.

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MOORHEAD, Minn. — Navajo shoe designer Dewayne Dale is done with the mainstream footwear industry’s mockery of the moccasin.

His mission: to reclaim the moccasin as a Native American footwear.

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Despite the ongoing pandemic that has devastated the restaurant industry, one Native American chef has decided the timing is right to invest in a permanent home for his food truck business.

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SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — Chenae Bullock believes that when a tribal member succeeds, so does her tribe.

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CROW RESERVATION, Mont. — Up until last summer, colorful floral beadwork had always been artist and fashion designer Carrie Moran McCleary’s calling card with her Plains Soul brand. 

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HELENA, Mont. — Thirty-four Native American-owned businesses received grant support from the state of Montana to help fund growth-related activities.