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By Fostering Media Connections
A new multimedia package produced by The Imprint and Voices of Monterey Bay takes readers, viewers and listeners deep inside rural Oregon's Indian Country, where elders are Indigenizing social work through equine therapy for young people who have...
By Humboldt Area Peoples Archive
Event date and time: Arts Alive, Saturday April 6 from 6pm to 9pm Location: Humboldt County Visitors Bureau, 422 1st St, Eureka Event organizer: Humboldt Area Peoples Archive
By Taino Adventure Books
Marking the Launch of an Adventurous Educational Bilingual Children Book Series
By Strategic Book Publishing
Paranormal Journey Teaches Life Lessons in Stunning New Novel Embedded within this timely novel is the grievous history Native Americans have suffered. At a time when many U.S.
By Shamanic Arts Center
Call for presenters and/or performers for Traveling Shamans Camp 2023. This ceremonial camp is held annually on the last full weekend of August in Hotchkiss, Colorado.
By Shamanic Arts Center
Visionary Art Exhibit Call for submissions for the exhibit running during the month of August at the Creamery Gallery in Hotchkiss, Colorado. Sponsored by the ShamanicArts.Center.
By National Lacrosse League
National Lacrosse League team-signed gear to help raise funds for non-profit partners
By SR Socially Relevant Film Festival, Inc
The in-person section of the 10th edition of SRFF wrapped with resounding success, Honor Awards, Jury Awards, and Films. Honor Awardees on Opening and Closing Nights, Winning Films make happy filmmakers, Rejoice, Resist: BIPOC Films in West Harlem.
By National Lacrosse League
Every NLL Team Participating in Three-Week Awareness Campaign in January-February
By Fostering Media Connections
The Imprint, a daily news publication covering child welfare, juvenile justice and youth homelessness around the country, has launched a new national beat covering Indigenous children and families with support from Seattle, Washington-based Casey Family..
By Rakoom
Illuminating Interconnectivity between Historical Injustices, directed by Award-Winning filmmakers Emil Benjamin and Brandon Jackson's Documentary "Oyate" premieres at the 10th Annual Albuquerque Film and Music Experience Festival

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