For 60 years, athletes have proved their polar prowess through extreme sporting events, from knuckle hops to ear pulls.
The Creator's Game: Native People Created Lacrosse Yet Now Strive to Play the Sport in International Arenas
The ancestors of the Iroquois Nationals founded the world-renowned sport of lacrosse, yet they still strive to play in some international arenas.
Even during a pandemic, Indigenous chefs continue to sustain their communities.
For more than 2,000 years, this Southwest Native nation has been able to nurture corn in dry land.
The Washoe Tribe is reviving its language and culture through a multigenerational effort.