Journal

Jessa Rae Growing Thunder is Sisituwan/Wahpetuwan Dakota and Wadobana Tuwa Nakoda from the Fort Peck Reservation. She is a third-generation traditional beadwork and quillworker whom has shown her work in in the traveling exhibitions, Hearts of Our People: Native Women...
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The cost of childbirth in the United States is the highest in the world, averaging $13-17,000. Few Native American women living in rural areas can afford conception to post-partum care, factors that contribute to Native communities having the second highest...
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We celebrate the Naja for the legacy it holds of war, survival, and beauty in the Southwest. The Naja design is a reminder of the Diné (Navajo) people’s resilience in the face of unimaginable adversity. It is a symbol of...
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If you are reading this, you believe cultural traditions deserve to be preserved, just like us.  These days, it’s too easy to feel disconnected from the natural flow of life. When everything is mass-produced and button-ready, we end up feeling...
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