[The Guardian] Chef Crystal Wahpepah on the power of Indigenous cuisine: ‘Native foods are overlooked’

Out on the sunny patio at Wahpepah’s Kitchen, sizzling plates of bison and deer make their way down a table filled with Native American educators from across the country. The game meat joins other indigenous dishes on the kitchen’s menu, such as leafy salads topped with striped red corn and blue corn mush sweetened with … Read more

CBS: Native American Women Veterans Celebrate President’s Inauguration

By Byron Pitts January 21, 2013 PUEBLO WEST, Colo. – About 2,800 groups applied to be part of the Inaugural parade on Monday. The president’s inaugural committee chose 60, including one with deep roots in this land. They often perform to a sound of pageantry centuries old. They are the first Native American Women Warrior … Read more

Huffington Post: Violence Against Women Act: Eric Cantor, Joe Biden In Talks Amid Stalled Tribal Provision

Jennifer Bendery Posted: 12/06/2012 5:18 pm EST Updated: 12/06/2012 8:05 pm EST WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden is quietly working with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) to try to pass an inclusive version of the Violence Against Women Act in the lame-duck Congress. And so far, sources tell HuffPost, Cantor is on board … Read more