Native American Heritage Month
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Taste sensation

Native American Heritage Month

Taste sensation

Chocolate lovers in the U.S. can find treats made by Oklahoma-based Bedré’ Fine Chocolate at local retail stores, and across the country in high-end retailers such as Neiman Marcus. Owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation, Bedré delivers some of the most delicious chocolate on the confectionary market.

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Taste sensation

Native American Heritage Month

Cinematic satire

Travis Holt Hamilton’s feature film, “More Than Frybread,” uses the dish to explore cultural pride, social norms and pressures, and various facets of community. The film has garnered accolades including the Durango Independent Film Festival Best Narrative Feature award.

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Native American Heritage Month

Linguistic preservation

Native American tribes across the United States are taking the initiative to make sure their Native languages stay alive. From California to Virginia, Native Americans are working ardently to preserve their languages and their rich cultures for future generations.

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Native American Heritage Month

Artistic adoration

CH Owl Claw grew up on the Colville Confederate Tribes Reservation in Washington and the Pima Reservation in Arizona. He is a member of the Sinixt or Lake Indians, who says his art reflects traditional Native American symbols and his life experiences.

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Native American Heritage Month

Cool treat in Alaska

Akutaq, Alaska’s frozen, indigenous dish, is usually concocted by combining reindeer fat or tallow seal oil and other ingredients such as sugar, berries and even fresh snow. It can also be made with moose meat, caribou meat and fish.

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