Arkansas’ first and only Black-led venture capital firm will invest a $15 million inaugural fund in boosting tech-driven companies led by BIPOC female entrepreneurs.
Arkansas children are struggling to live happy, healthy lives, especially those in underrepresented communities, a new 50-state report shows.
Cherokee Nation signed an agreement with the National Park Service to allow its citizens to gather plants within the Buffalo National River Park for traditional use.
The Momentary will host the regional debut of Delanna Studi’s one-woman show “And So We Walked: An Artist’s Journey Along the Trail of Tears” Feb. 18-20.
The Cherokee Nation is seeking oral histories and artifacts to tell the story of Cherokee Freedmen, African Americans who were formerly slaves of the tribe.
The Cherokee Nation is offering emergency rental assistance to citizens impacted by the pandemic who are living in the Arkansas counties of Benton, Crawford and Washington.
The Momentary is hosting a symposium Nov. 6 that will showcase BIPOC filmmakers and explore the importance of identity and place in storytelling.
As a 10-year-old migrant farm worker, José Hernández decided he wanted to be an astronaut. Decades later, he achieved his dream of traveling to space for NASA.
The documentary “Sardis” tells the story of an Oklahoma community washed away during the construction of a man-made lake. It will be screened at the Fort Smith International Film Festival Aug. 14.
Cherokee Nation is accepting applications for the 2022 Remember the Removal Bike Ride, which retraces the northern route of the Trail of Tears over three weeks.
The Cherokee Nation is reducing back-to-school stress by providing $150 in clothing assistance to K-12 students regardless of residency or income. Applications open July 20.
Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. has signed legislation that will provide a $2,000 lump sum COVID relief individual assistance payment to all 392,832 Cherokee Nation citizens.
Saracen Casino Resort and the Quapaw Nation are pledging $100,000 to the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff in support of its Student-Athlete Academic Center.
In this week’s installment of Museum Monday, the Museum of Native American History highlights a Hopewell pipe from its collection.
In this week’s installment of Museum Monday, the Museum of Native American History examines a unique headdress from the Blackfeet Nation.
In this week’s installment of Museum Monday, the Museum of Native American History explores imagery depicted on Maya Polychrome Copador Vessels.
In this week’s installment of Museum Monday, we learn about the history of Navajo dress panels that are part of the Museum of Native American History’s collection.
In this week’s installment of “Take a Hike,” we explore Lake Dardanelle State Park and talk to Sasha Bowles about her love of the outdoors.
The Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations are now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to the general public no matter where they live.
In this personal essay, Summer Wilkie explores the recent use of land acknowledgments and how they don’t go far enough.
Arkansas artists are receiving funding to support their work which includes the creation of music, poetry, theatre and food.
Tulsa-based artist Johnnie Diacon is painting a Trail of Tears mural as part of a joint exhibition with MONAH and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
A ceremony to celebrate a new Trail of Tears marker is scheduled for Saturday during the annual Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair.
Bryan Pollard of the Native American Journalists Association is researching press freedom in Indian Country.