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Although many Indigenous cultures in America have been decimated and displaced through genocide, disease, warfare and forced relocation,
Indigenous peoples are still alive and continue to thrive in society today. We honor these remarkable and resilient people, as well as their modern-day descendants.
Bezhig Little Bird was adopted into a Jewish family at the age of five, being stripped of her identity and becoming Esther Rosenblum. Now in her 20s, Bezhig longs for the family she lost and to fill in the missing pieces. Her quest lands her in the Canadian prairies where she discovers that she was one of the generation of children forcibly apprehended by the Canadian government.
Ed Kabotie is a musician, painter, storyteller and educator from the Tewa village of Santa Clara in northern New Mexico, and the Hopi village of Shungopavi in northern Arizona. His music speaks to Native American history and the social and environmental injustices experienced by Native Americans in the southwestern U.S.
Our Voices: Indigenous Peoples Day Collection
Hear from Aliyah Chavez of Indian Country Today as she explains what she loves about her heritage.
Check out Tomas Karmelo Amaya of Indian Country Today as he explains what he loves about his heritage.