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Portland’s junior hockey team is in talks with NAYA about the offensive imagery.
The song is a collaboration with "Weird Al" Yankovic and Indigenous artists.
The once-darling vacation spot is practically a ghost town. What happened?
With high infection rates among tribal communities, Exercise Safe Sweats aims to keep traditions alive, and elders protected.
“We just didn’t see many native people existing in that space,” he says. “Someone quipped, 'Wouldn’t it be great if we had a completely Indigenous session?'"
The Oregon Woman 2019
Candi Brings Plenty has a history of making change happen.
Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Crossing Mnisose, in its world premiere at Portland Center Stage, aims to shatter stereotypes through storytelling.
Local designer Lindsey Alonzo channels her Native heritage and Midwest upbringing into a lovely new lookbook.
Portlander Katherine Paul's Mother of My Children gets a big-label release.
From the horses to the Eastern Oregon location to the clothing inspired by their family's past, the Native American designers draw on tradition in this new set of photos.
Fashion for a Cause
Native American–owned line Ginew plans to send 100 percent of profits from its new tee to support legal defense funds of protesters in North Dakota.
In its 25 years, Crow’s Shadow has helped make Oregon a stronghold of modern Native work.
Eat Here Now
Nibble bison-shaped cookies and get an eyeful of tribal art at the Cully neighborhood café.
The Pacific Northwest has a strong presence in the traveling show, on at the Portland Art Museum.
With social criticism and silliness, the 1491s aim to skewer Indian stereotypes.
Exploring the native America of a Portland artist on the rise