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Jean Whitehorse had often heard her grandmother beg in the Navajo language for the return of her old name. One day Whitehorse asked the 96-year-old woman what her name had been.

In these days of polarization, “I feel the largest indigenous group in North America should be leading the way in coming together,” he said. “We should be supporting our people in a holistic way, equipping each other to face life’s challenges.”

Everybody knows him as Supaman but his birth name is Christian Parrish Takes the Gun, Apsaalooke (Crow), from Montana.

Staff assistant works to promote traditional ways

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.