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For twenty-five years, Red Earth has been committed to promoting Native Arts and Culture. In that time, Native art has seen amazing growth and change.

Dean Davis talks about how his tribe uses the web to teach their language to tribal members, even those who do not live on the reservation.
A person in the audience at "Popping Your Bubble: Stories of the Digital Divide" wanted to know, beyond language, what people were doing online to preserve their culture.
Dee Davis of the Center for Rural Strategies talks about his recent trip to Australia and how they look at rural broadband differently from the United States.
Someone from the audience of "Popping Your Bubble: Stories of the Digital Divide" wanted to know how online journalists and bloggers could reach out to communities without broadband.
In the early summer of 2013, Kevin Abourezk, Rose Bud Sioux, allowed me to record his everyday activities at the newspaper.
July 2, 2013 - 2:00pm

Coverage from NCAI's Mid year conference, June 20-23rd, focusing on the Cobell vs. Salazar lawsuit.

Coverage of the 2011 Navajo Nation Inauguration.

Minneapolis has one of the largest urban Indian populations.

Native Journalist Mark Trahant shares his thoughts on the recent elections and shares an idea on what the Obama administration could learn from Tribal Nations to reduce health care costs.
In a future wracked by global warming and controlled by an authoritarian government, an American Indian family goes into hiding, holding out one last hope for the planet's survival.

Shayla Laravie interviews her grandfather, Steve Alan Trudell, and explores the meaning of "home" with him.


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