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Slow food” is a reaction to fast food — the mass-produced, corporate-controlled, over processed substances that pass for nourishment in most of the world today.

What better way to celebrate the conclusion of the growing season than with the annual Harvest Dance at Zuni Pueblo, where the community comes together to sing, drum and dance in unison.

Like many 4-H’ers, Kaiesta White is the second generation of her family to be a part of the organization.

Grandmother helps Miss Tiny Tot learn Diné traditions

Enjoy a slideshow of photos from the Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial weekend in Gallup and Church Rock, New Mexico.

Alicia Tsosie was three years old when she first started to participate in song and dance competitions. Her family is very active in song and dance.

Project strives to tell the story of the last great expedition

Endurance, survival depicted in narrative tapestries from both sides of the Atlantic

After learning about the events that led to the Long Walk, Ezekiel Argeanas, Diné, talked to historians, researched the archives at Bosque Redondo memorial, met with well-known Diné weavers and attended Sheep is Life workshops at Diné College to find out more about his ancestral history.

Trading post owner promotes weaving, weavers and their stories