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Trump & the Trickster: What Do We Really Believe About Women?

Trickster figures are stock characters appearing in myths and stories from all over the world. Like the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood, the trickster moves across traditional boundary lines, causing chaotic events to unfold by exposing what is hidden, often through reprehensible behavior. 596 more words

Sherry Blogs

Red Sisters

Why must you argue red sisters?

Chirping and clucking – clucking and chirping

“More Indian than thou,” says she

Perhaps Coyote is again under the skin… 82 more words

Santa Fe Indian HS Commencement 2016

April 4, 2016

SFIS Welcomes First Lady Michelle Obama as Commencement Speaker

Santa Fe, New Mexico – As part of the White House Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) Initiative… 247 more words


Midweek Mindfulness with Joseph M. Marshall and Jim Yellowhawk — May 25, 2016

SILENCE * There is a place that has neither space nor form, and admission to it requires a simple desire and willingness to enter. Yet it can also be a place of darkness and uncertainty, where fear and doubt can manifest. 117 more words

Inspiration & Spirituality

IFAM(E) 2016

IFAM(E) or the Indigenous Fine Art Market (East) 2106 is a market of beautifully handcrafted items created by Native American Artisans who together with performers from over 50 tribal nations where representing.   257 more words

Arts And Entertainment

Dreaming the Inclusive City

Jennie was up early, watering the garden and brewing our morning tea. (The lettuce and spinach are up!) As has been my want of late, I awoke with the birds then went back to sleep. 559 more words


False documents fuel controversy in Bears Ears National Monument debate

SALT LAKE CITY — On her way to Salt Lake City from southern Utah, Cynthia Wilson stopped at a gas station. What she found on the bulletin board proved upsetting. 505 more words