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After the War: Healing Native American Veterans

Many hospitals and treatment centers have begun offering holistic therapies for Native American veterans, many of whom are looking for a more spiritual approach to healing post tra…

Book Review: Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary

Black Elk: The Life of an American VisionaryBy Joe JacksonFarrar, Straus and GirouxAuthor Joe Jackson, whose true-life adventure story The Thief at the End of the World was named o…

Bringing Grandma Home

Grandma Aggie wants to sit in her family chair. Who could say no to that? But Grandma Aggie is no ordinary grandma and her chair is not the front porch rocker.

Deep Ties to the Earth: How One Northern Cree Tribe Finds Peace of Mind

A new study reveals that the community’s strength and resilience are tied to the people’s spiritual openness, community engagement, and connection to the land.

Earth Warrior

Tony DuncanCanyon RecordsEarth Warrior is a celebration of life. This sensitive album of flute music inspires connection to precious realms that many of us take for granted: the mi…

Film Review: 100 YEARS: One Woman’s Fight for Justice

100 YEARS: One Woman’s Fight for Justice Melinda Janko Fire in the Belly Productions In the 1880s, the U.S. Federal Government became trustee of vast amounts of land owned by Na…

Film Review: Te Ata

This handsome, well-mounted biopic of Frances Thompson Fisher, a Chickasaw actress from Oklahoma who persisted against all odds to become a major international performer in the ear…

For Better Group Therapy, Just Add Heat

How to create a "sweat therapy" sauna

Four Sacred Medicines

Use these herbs to purify yourself and your home

Hands-On Healing

Pat Fleury teaches doctors, shamans, and regular folks the art of energy healing

How to Become a Stalker of Your Own Mind

If we are relentless and impeccable about stalking ourselves, a result is that we leave the world and other people alone.

In Memory of Grandma Agnes Baker Pilgrim

“Grandma spoke of the Creator and traveled the world blessing water, but she didn’t try to convert anyone to any religion. Rather, she reminded us of obvious truths: We are all water babies. We are all connected.”

Joy Harjo: Ancestor of a Poem

With Joy Harjo named the poet laureate, we're reposting an article from 2014.

Music Review: Grandma Says: Wake Up, World!

Grandma Says: Wake Up, World!Agnes Baker PilgrimBlackstone Audio, Inc.As the oldest living member of the Native American tribe known as the Takelma, Agnes Baker Pilgrim has been na…

Music Review: Sacrament

Sacrament is an album of ritual music with a Native American flavor by multi-instrumentalist Byron Metcalf and vocalist Jennifer Grais. The flowing, rhythmic journey includes …

Music Review: Singing Lights

Singing LightsTony Duncan & Darrin Yazzie Canyon Records“Music has always been a way of healing, a way to bring calm and peaceful energy back into one’s life,” writes Yell…

Peacemaking the Navajo Way

How I fell in love with the depth of the Navajo people and the cultural values they have developed—and how their system of Peacemaking could be a gift to the world.

Podcast: Indigenous Foods with Sean Sherman

Oglala Lakota chef and founder of The Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman talks to Rami about Native American cuisine and the cultural wisdom that embodies it.

Prayer in Action: Klee Benally

“When it comes down to direct intervention, I’d rather not be on a stage singing about an injustice when I see it happening in front of me. I’ll jump off the stage and address the injustice directly. But this (pandemic) work would be terrifyingly boring without a good soundtrack!” —Navajo Musician and Activist Klee Benally

Recipe: Maple-Brined Smoked Turkey

The traditional American Thanksgiving meal showcases the bounty of indigenous foods and the influence Native Americans have had on U.S. cuisine. Try this delicious turkey recipe from Native chef Sean Sherman.

Recipe: Sautéed Corn Mushrooms with Fresh Corn and Fried Sage

Corn smut or maize mushrooms are considered a delicacy and it’s no wonder. They impart a sweet, earthy corn flavor to soups, stews, and sautés and are especially delicious cooked with corn.

Recipe: Squash and Apple Soup with Fresh Cranberry Sauce

This rich, flavorful soup has a creamy texture without cream.

Recipe: Wild Rice Cakes

From The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen by Sean Sherman with Beth Doole

September Is A Month For Remembering

Ideas from a celebrant for commemorating two holidays: Native American Day and Grandparents Day

Tell the Real Story of Thanksgiving with Indigenous Food

Honor Native American history and culture this Thanksgiving with Chef Sean Sherman’s indigenous recipes.

The Ancient Art of Smudging

Purify yourself and your home with a traditional Native American practice.

The Ceremony at the Heart of "Salmon Nation"

About 18 months ago, an extraordinary woman came to my home on the Rogue River in southern Oregon. At age 83, Agnes Baker Pilgrim is the oldest living Takelma Indian and chair of t…

The Commons: Create First Nations Day

Grandma Agnes Baker Pilgrim, 91, was about to fly to Amsterdam and then on to Africa with her International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, so I knew the oldest living Takel…

Why All the Fuss about Birch Waters

This fashionable drink from birch trees has a long history of healing

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