Skip to main content
Indigenous stars turned out for a special event honoring Native film and performers at the new Academy of Motion Pictures Museum in Los Angeles on Nov. 6, 2021. Among those attending were, from left, Oscar winner Buffy Sainte-Marie, Academy Trustee Ray Halbritter of the Oneida Indian Nation of New York, actors Wes Studi and Tantoo Cardinal, and musician and songwriter Robbie Robertson. (Photo courtesy of The Academy of Motion Pictures Museum)

Stars align to celebrate Indigenous film artists

New Academy of Motion Pictures Museum honors Native artists

Bobby Wilson

Bobby Wilson on 'demanding' Native representation

Poet, visual artist and actor Bobby Wilson shares his journey going from a troubled teen in Minnesota to a well-known face in Indian Country. Plus, we're talking rising gas prices

Top 10 Nov. 30, 2021

Top 10 Indian Country stories for week ending November 27, 2021

What you, our Indian Country Today readers, read most each week

Featured News

Lakota elder Marcella LeBeau is shown here on June 25, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., where she was honored for her service during World War II and leadership in the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Family members said she died on Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Eagle Butte, S.D., after experiencing problems with her digestive system and losing her appetite. She was 102. (AP File Photo/Kali Robinson)

Marcella LeBeau filled lives with 'love and significant meaning'

The Lakota matriarch was honored for ‘fortitude and courage’ as a nurse, politician and advocate


Alaska without ANCSA? Look to Metlakatla

‘ANCSA is a fundamentally different system than a reservation’ #ANCSA50