Tommy Orange’s debut novel follows 12 Native American characters toward a fateful powwow in Oakland, Calif.
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Mr. Orange is part of a generation of young indigenous writers who are redefining the native canon.
At the National Museum of the American Indian, imagiNATIONS emphasizes native innovations in math, science and engineering.
On both sides of the camera, Ms. Taylor was a driving force behind a surprise 1971 hit action-film and its two sequels.
The statue, which shows a submissive Native American man, will be moved to storage and replaced with a plaque that details the reasoning behind the decision.
Tommy Pico’s first novel, “IRL,” won accolades. Now he’s working on his fourth book, his first screenplay and a podcast on Grindr.
In her new play “Sovereignty,” Mary Kathryn Nagle brings together her legal activism and her family history.
Taylor Sheridan told his casting directors on “Wind River” to vet the ancestry of performers auditioning for Native American roles in the drama.
The new documentary “Rumble” brings to light often overlooked contributions, starting with the guitarist who invented the power chord.
Catherine Bainbridge’s “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World” celebrates performers who never fully got their due for their musical contributions.