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A big congratulations to Oglala Lakota youth, award-winning filmmaker and fellow Native Max photographer Tara Rose Weston for another win! Her documentary The Things I’m Afraid to Tell You won Best Short Narrative at the Gallup Film Festival.

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At the start of Fall season, we're obsessed with Lakota-owned fashion label AMASTE WIN and their newest collection of jackets. A fashion gallery featuring Sarah Beare (Hunkpapa Lakota)

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For #MakeupArtistMonday, we talk to Navajo/Ponca makeup artist Desiree Belone about her journey of becoming a professional makeup artist in the big city of LA.

Are you a Native makeup artist and want to be featured on our #MakeupArtistMonday's? Email nativemax@gmail.com with your brief bio and portfolio!

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We chat with Mayan and Nahua artist Votan​ Henriquez, whose vibrant and powerful murals can be found not only in California, but as far as Minnesota.

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Acoma Pueblo artist Loren Aragon made his NYFW debut with his fashion collection ACONAV. Aragon's inspiration for his collection was drawn from Acoma Pueblo pottery culture and the matriarchal lineage of women, and were incorporated with a mix of monochrome and polychrome patterns.

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Jared Yazzie of OXDX debuts his brand new Fall collection with an evening of fashion, shopping, music and food this Saturday! Runway show by OXDX, Beyond Buckskin Boutique and Shayne Watson designs. Performances, special appearances and a lineup of vendors make this an event you can't miss!

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Cree singer, actor and activist Buffy Sainte-Marie shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. We speak to the legendary songstress about her style, who she's listening to, and what inspired her new album.

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Oglala Lakota writer Megan Red Shirt-Shaw created Natives in America, an online literary space dedicated to Native American, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian students where they can reflect on contemporary issues from a seventh generation perspective.

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We talk to Indigenous Ingénue Spencer Battiest about his busiest year so far in his young career.

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ICYMI: "Fall Fashion: Your Guide to Going Native": Los Angeles Magazine Celebrates Cultural Misappropriation

Two days ago, Los Angeles Magazine posted an article sharing what’s trending this fall with a headline that certainly rang cultural appropriation. The style article, which was posted under the magazine’s ‘The Clutch‘ column, displayed the apparent…
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