I LOVE THIS TIME OF YEAR. I love it so much, and it provides me with a distraction from the really scary thoughts about climate change. There is so much garbage and waste generated on Halloween, that is the real scary part. Think of all the single use plastic black and orange décor that just is used for a few days at most and then is thrown out and sent to the land fill where it takes 400 years to break down.
We are all on our plastic free “journey” and your thought might have turned to seasonal decorating. Gourds are great for that. No Plastic. Will compost. But have you ever looked at a Martha Stewart inspired display and thought: Can I eat this? Just me?
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH ANIMATION WORKSHOP The LA Skins Fest, a Native American film festival, announced
Joe Baker Published October 3, 2019 MASHANTUCKET, Conn. — The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe announced today
1491, Christopher Columbus?, never heard of him! All is well in our neck of Turtle Island. Spirit, as we all have learned, has a peculiar sense of humor and decides to transport 5 young(ish) men to 2019. Gifted with the ability to master satire and humor using them to deliver messages of decolonization and resilience!
Native Voices Rising Announces 54 Grants to Support Native-led Advocacy & Organizing Throughout Country
Published December 12, 2018 OAKLAND, Calif. — Native Voices Rising (NVR), a collaborative partnership between Native Americans
Published December 8, 2018 PARK CITY, Utah — The Sundance Institute announced the world premiere of “Words
Tulsa Artist Fellowship Announces 27 Artist Fellowships and Introduces Durational Arts Integration Award
Crystal Z Campbell, Eric Sall, Nathan Young – Photo credit: Melissa Lukenbaugh Published December 7,