In the dynamic world of branding, where first impressions matter, a logo serves as the cornerstone of a company’s identity. 73% of consumers are more likely to trust and buy from a brand that they know. A well-crafted logo not only grabs attention but also communicates the essence of a brand in a single, memorable image.
Santa Fe Indian Market, the nation’s oldest and largest celebration of Native arts, draws more than 100,000 artists and collectors from around the world. Native America Calling continues its tradition of bringing a snapshot of the film, fashion, and other… Read More »Friday, August 18, 2023 – Live from the Santa Fe Indian Market
New Mexico is the center of arts celebrations this weekend, starting with the music, art, fashion, dances, and panel discussions at Pojoaque Pueblo. It’s the third year for the event that already attracts hundreds of artists. We get the rundown… Read More »Thursday, August 17, 2023 – Poeh Pathways Indigenous Arts Festival
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Native American literature is a rich tapestry that weaves together a diverse array of cultures, traditions, and experiences. For centuries, Indigenous authors have contributed significantly to the world of literature, offering unique perspectives, stories, and insights that shed light on the richness and complexities of their heritage. In this blog post, we will explore the works of ten remarkable Native American authors who have left an indelible mark on the literary world.
Since 1492 when Columbus first made landfall in what is known as present day Bahamas, colonialism has left an indelible mark on the world, particularly on the indigenous populations of the lands colonized by European powers. After Columbus, settlers made their way to the Northeast coast in the 1600s and Spanish colonists on the west coast in the 1700s. The effects of colonialism on these communities have been far-reaching and continue to resonate through generations. This blog post explores the lasting impact of colonialism on Indigenous people, shedding light on the profound challenges they faced and the resilience they exhibit.
Listen Here: https://www.nativeamericacalling.com/monday-july-17-2023-indigenous-barbecue-traditions/ Sophisticated barbecue methods predate contact with Europeans. The Indigenous Taino people first introduced pit barbecue to colonial travelers as they wandered through the Caribbean Islands. The barbecue traditions for Native Hawaiians also have a long tradition and… Read More »Indigenous barbecue traditions
Listen here: https://www.nativeamericacalling.com/friday-july-14-2023-native-style-sustainable-fashion/ Nearly 17 million tons of textiles are thrown away every year, according to estimates by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Some Indigenous fashion designers have an eye and mission to recycle and upcycle clothing or create from… Read More »Native style: sustainable fashion
Listen Here: https://www.nativeamericacalling.com/wednesday-july-12-2023-economic-development-spotlight/ The Nez Perce Tribe completed a number of new real estate acquisitions including a golf course within driving distance of their tribal resort and casino. Tribal officials say the links business was losing members, but is now… Read More »Economic development spotlight
Listen Here: https://www.nativeamericacalling.com/monday-july-24-2023-urban-design-for-native-residents/ As much as Native Americans are associated with tribal lands in the U.S., the vast majority of tribal citizens live in urban areas off their reservations. In a few selected cities, Native Americans are among the largest… Read More »Urban design for Native residents