Indigenous art bonds historic neighborhood

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by pmnationtalk on February 26, 2023144 Views

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Tuesday, February 21, 2023 – An Indigenous designer in New York. Native representation on corporate boards. We explain how the forest service is working with tribes. Plus, how a Minneapolis art gallery makes community. And a father keeps the hoop dance alive.

The Native fashion brand Sky-Eagle Collection made it’s New York Fashion Week debut. Osage artist and veteran Dante Biss-Grayson is its co-founder and designer. He tells us what’s on his mind.

Fashion is big business represented by many corporations. Who has a voice in these companies? Mark Trahant tells us more.

Many lands held sacred by tribes are controlled by the U.S. Forest Service. ICT’s Shirley Sneve interviewed Randy Moore about tribal consultation.

When Indigenous people leave their homelands for the city, how do they find connections to culture? For many years, urban Natives in Minneapolis have gravitated towards the East Phillips Neighborhood and legendary Franklin Avenue. The American Indian Cultural Corridor is home to All My Relations Arts Gallery. Director Angela Two Stars tells us more.

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