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January 15, 2024, El Pais
Native American culture matters
After years of Black expres­sion fol­low­ing the mur­der of George Floyd, Indige­nous cre­ativ­i­ty has expe­ri­enced an awak­en­ing across the Unit­ed States, from art exhi­bi­tions in Wash­ing­ton, to series such as Reser­va­tion Dogs’
January 03, 2024, El País
Native American culture matters
After years of Black expres­sion fol­low­ing the mur­der of George Floyd, Indige­nous cre­ativ­i­ty has expe­ri­enced an awak­en­ing across the Unit­ed States, from art exhi­bi­tions in Wash­ing­ton, to series such as Reser­va­tion Dogs’ … and…
November 29, 2023, Book Riot
12 MUST-READ NEW BOOKS BY NATIVE WRITERS OF TURTLE ISLAND

WEAV­ING SUN­DOWN INSCAR­LET LIGHT is list­ed among Book Riot’s 12 must-read new books by Native writ­ers of Tur­tle Island.” Read more here! 

November 08, 2023, DOGO News
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month With These Indigenous Trailblazers

Every Novem­ber, the Unit­ed States pays trib­ute to the vibrant and diverse cul­tures of its Indige­nous peo­ples. Native Amer­i­can Her­itage Month was offi­cial­ly estab­lished in 1990. It is a time to rec­og­nize and hon­or the his­to­ry, her­itage, and con­tri­bu­tions of…

November 08, 2023, Country Living
20 Famous Native Americans to Have on Your Radar

Novem­ber kicks off Native Amer­i­can Her­itage Month. To pay homage to the rich ances­try of Native Amer­i­cans, it helps to know of cur­rent-day peo­ple who share in the heritage.

October 24, 2023, Forbes Magazine
PBS Series ‘Native America’ Presents Stories Geared To Reframe Ideas About Who Native People Are

Native Amer­i­ca,’ which is nar­rat­ed by three-time U.S. Poet Lau­re­ate Joy Har­jo, pre­mieres Tues­day, Octo­ber 24th, and airs for four sub­se­quent Tues­days after that. Check your locate list­ings for air times in your area. The series will also air on…

October 17, 2023, Vanity Fair
A Holographic Poemsong

Every age has its prophets and trou­ba­dours, the singers of trou­ble, love, and the tan­gled sto­ry we humans make as we jour­ney from birth to death, from the Earth to the stars and back. Dylan began in the foot­steps of…

October 12, 2023, Ishara's Reading Podcast
Exploring The Circle of Stories With Joy Harjo: The 23rd Poet Laureate of The US

Wel­come to this very spe­cial episode of Ishara’s Read­ing Pod­cast! In cel­e­bra­tion of Indige­nous Peo­ples Day, Ishara was hon­ored to inter­view acclaimed poet, writer, and musi­cian Ms. Joy Har­jo of the Mvskoke (Creek) Nation who is the first ever Native…

October 09, 2023, SXSW
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day WATCH SXSW SESSIONS FROM INDIGENOUS CREATIVES

At SXSW EDU, U.S. Poet Lau­re­ate Joy Har­jo, award-win­ning artist Michaela Goade, and edu­ca­tor Mandy Smok­er Broad­dus dis­cuss the adap­ta­tion of Harjo’s poet­ry into a pic­ture book, explore the con­nec­tions between poet­ry and art, and empha­size their col­lec­tive power…

September 28, 2023, 13WMAZ
Macon-Bibb leaders set to visit Tulsa to learn from city, Muscogee Creek nation

Ocmul­gee Mounds is a spe­cial place. I mean, it’s part of our Musco­gee peo­ple. It’s part of our sto­ry roots. A part of our home­lands,” Joy Har­jo, for­mer US Poet Lau­re­ate and mem­ber of the Muscogee…