Journal

In today’s world, men wearing jewelry is making a comeback from years past. It wasn’t long ago that most men chose a wedding ring and that was pretty much it. History tells us, however, that such wasn’t always the case....
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Art has always been part of Roberta Archuleta’s life. As part of a family from Taos and Santa Ana Pueblos, Roberta always knew she wanted to create art. Growing up in Taos, she learned to draw and paint from “her...
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From its beginning, the mission of Turquoise Skies has been to preserve and promote the traditional skills and techniques of Native American jewelry-making. Through our jewelry store and our non-profit artist co-op, this mission drives what we do and how...
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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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