A new book called “The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well” hit the shelves late last year. One of the co-authors, Chelsey Luger, shares more about what readers can learn in the book.
Gabbe Nakai is a 16-year-old Indigenous advocate. She breaks down a trip to Washington, D.C. this winter where she met with high-level federal officials to share what matters to her.
Valentina Clitso is Miss Navajo Nation 2022-2023. She swept the awards competition and tells us how she prepared.
Kathryn Treder is Inupiaq and Aleut. She recently represented Team USA at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
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