Month: February 2024

Hailing from the Kiowa & Cherokee Nations, Lindy Waters III shines as a basketball standout, blending skill with cultural pride on the court. His journey from local courts to collegiate success with the Oklahoma State Cowboys is a testament to resilience and passion. Waters not only excels in basketball but also champions Indigenous voices, using […]

At Climate Pledge Arena on a late Thursday night , where the Seattle Kraken usually dominate the stands in their signature blue, something unexpected happened during their face-off against the Vancouver Canucks. Amongst the sea of blue, hints of green popped up as Canucks fans made their presence felt. This clash of colors added an […]

Travis Hamonic, a stalwart defenseman hailing from Manitoba’s Hamonic Farms, brings more than just skill to the rink – he carries with him the proud heritage of his Metis ancestry. Rising from the fields of his family farm, Hamonic’s journey to the NHL was marked by perseverance and passion. With a keen defensive prowess and […]

The Sami Film Festival, held on February 10th and 11th, 2024, offered an enchanting, evocative journey into the many worlds and stories of Sami culture through a diverse selection of films. It was an honor and a delight to attend a film festival that showcased deeply powerful narratives, illuminating the lived experiences of Sami people, […]

In the realm of cultural exploration and Indigenous advocacy, Tanook stands as a beacon of innovation and unity. Our recent exclusive interview with Tanook on Daybreak Star Radio provided a rare insight into their captivating journey. In this blog post, we’ll delve into their enlightening insights on “Cultural Fusion” and “Advocating for Indigenous Peoples’ Law.” […]

Are you eager to delve deeper into the world of Peshawn Bread, the visionary Indigenous filmmaker behind groundbreaking projects like “The Daily Life of Mistress Red”? Here’s your chance to gain exclusive insights and behind-the-scenes anecdotes straight from the source. Listen to the full interview with Peshawn Bread. In this captivating discussion, Peshawn shares her […]

NCAAW Spectacle in Seattle: Utah Utes and UW Huskies Written by: Dominick Joseph Weekly Take Sports Show In a thrilling basketball matchup between two powerhouse institutions, the University of Utah and the University of Washington (UW), fans from both sides came together in Seattle to witness the electric atmosphere of college basketball. The unity and […]

In the realm of music, innovation often arises from the fusion of diverse influences. Breana McCullough, an accomplished musician who has been making waves by harmonizing Indigenous and classical music traditions. We had the privilege of sitting down with her for an exclusive interview on Daybreak Star Radio. In this blog post, we’ll delve into […]

It’s the return of IndigiPopX. Mark your calendars for April 12th to 14th, 2024, because Oklahoma City is about to witness an extraordinary celebration of Indigenous pop culture at the First Americans Museum. This isn’t just an event; it’s a movement. IndigiPopX is the original Indigenous Comic Con, a platform where Indigenous comics, art, and […]

Are you ready for an unforgettable cultural and spiritual experience? The 41st Annual Gathering of Nations Pow Wow is just around the corner, and we’re thrilled to announce its official poster release and kick off the promotional campaign. This legendary event will once again grace Albuquerque, New Mexico, at Expo New Mexico & Tingley Coliseum […]

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