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Young Cree dancer hopes Waskaganish accepts powwow
'I can guarantee you that it has helped me in more ways than any church or any other religion could,' Charity Lacroix wrote.
'Full circle': DFO works with hunters, publisher to make beluga findings accessible to the public
The federal government is working to make beluga research more accessible to laypeople.
'Building their own community around writing': the new Native Renaissance in literature
In an article for The Paris Review, Tsq'escen journalist Julian Brave NoiseCat says that we’re entering a new Native Renaissance.
'I grew up knowing what I was, was a conflict': Tommy Orange writes about challenges facing 'urban Indians'
In his debut novel, Tommy Orange reveals a world not often explored, the lives of "urban Indians." There, There is set in Oakland, California and is told from the perspective of multiple characters in short episodic chapters. Ultimately, the connections between the characters are revealed when they converge at the Big Oakland Powwow.