Native American Journalists Association

Elsewhere on the Web: Native American Journalists Association – naja.com – serves and empowers Native journalists through programs and actions designed to enrich journalism and promote Native cultures. The Native American Journalists Association, based in Norman, Oklahoma on the campus of the University of Oklahoma, has a unique and challenging mission. Its primary goal is …

Native Nevada

Artwork Summer 2021 Podcast: Native Nevada, an 8-part podcast series on the culture, issues, and perseverance of Nevada’s Indigenous Peoples. Produced by Nevada Public Radio and receiving financial support of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. “Hey (insert smart speaker name), play latest episode of Native Nevada podcast.” Key Linksknpr.org/series/native-nevadafacebook.com/nevadapublicradio Facebook Eventshttps://www.facebook.com/events/332897124872126 Production Team …

Native Innovation

Photo Native Innovation is a Native American and Veteran owned, full service network management company serving the southwestern United States. “We provide enterprise network services to corporate, educational, government, and medical customers. With a variety of support options, from pay-per-incident to annual maintenance agreements, you’ll be sure to find a solution that fits your budget. …

Ayöök = Mixe

Indigenous Peoples Videos Ciclo Planificación lingüística comunitaria en México Experiencias desde la lengua Ayuujk (mixe)Participan: Engracia Pérez Castro Basilio Gutiérrez Jiménez Yásnaya Elena A. Gil Julio César Gallardo Vásquez Bulmaro Juárez Sánchez Zoom Classes Servicos del Pueblo Mixe is livestreaming Videos Soundcloudkumoontun HeadlinesAyuujk Marginalia marginal: Memoria y transcripciónAyuujk: Las lenguas incómodasAyuujk: Sobre calabazas y chilacayotes. …

Indigenous Links

Photo: Ma’atsy Links related to Indigenous peoples and cultures, presented in a somewhat random fashion: HeadlinesThe Karuk’s Innate Relationship with Fire: Adapting to Climate Change on the KlamathIndigenous people find legal, cultural barriers to protect sacred spaces off tribal lands – AZCentralAn Open Letter to the Lead Authors of ‘Protecting 30% of the Planet for Nature: …

Indigenous Tourism

Poster Indigenous Tourism = Tourism services in which Indigenous people are directly engaged with development, operation, and promotion Questions What resources are available to traditional and Indigenous peoples keen on offering travel and tourism services? How can visitors determine the degree the traditional or Indigenous people design and benefit from tourism? Responsible Travel TipsMany Indigenous …

Paiute Links

Photo: Henderson Mural Links related to the Paiute: Headlineshttp://nevadaforward.com/2017/07/31/change-makers-fawn-douglas-public-landsLifeways of the Southern Paiutesfunerary-objects-human-remains-returned-fallon-paiute-shoshone-indian-tribeLas Vegas Paiute boy given the sacred mantle of song carriertalking-tradition-and-presence-with-paiute-artistPaiute elder rescues language near extinctionPaiutes’ solar project highlight of National Clean Energy SummitMoapa Paiutes poised to construct first large-scale solar plantsolar-plant-approved-on-paiute-lands-near-las-vegastribe-environmentalists-sue-nv-energy-over-coal-plant-waste Places to visitNixon, Nevada: Pyramid Lake Museum and Visitors Centerhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/Pyramid-Lake-Paiute-Museum-Visitor-Center/267772703356723https://pyramidlake.us – …

Mojave

Indigenous Peoples Mojave = a member of the North American Indian people formerly living in the Colorado River Valley in Arizona, Nevada, and California Also spelled Mohave Elsewhere on the Webhttps://www.fortmojaveindiantribe.com – YouTubeMojave National Preserve: History and CultureHouse of Night: The Lost Creation Songs of the Mohave People WikipediaMohave peopleLower Colorado River Valley Planeta

Aboriginal and Indigenous Australia

Photo: Tribal Warrior Human occupation of Australia started about 65,000 years ago with successive waves of immigration from south and southeast Asia. Archaeologists continue to revise the date of early settlements. Today Aboriginal Australians conserve the oldest culture in the world. The word ‘Aboriginal’ has appeared in the English language since the 17th century and means ‘first or earliest …