Maisie Hurley elevated oppressed voices way back in 1946.
Before the 50th state was the 50th state, it was its own kingdom.
Missionaries found fertile, if far-flung, soil for their religious message on the island nations — thanks to a shared love of family.
Omitanade Ifawemimo is a modern-day sage using social media to teach Orisha spiritual practices.
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Tony Enos, an “urban Indian,” uses music melded with gender queerness to carry on Native American tradition in style.
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Ya’Acov Darling Khan wants patients to get in touch with their bodies through dance, rather than retreat inside their heads.
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The traditional Maori proverb Ka mua, Ka muri is so relevant to our lives today.
Francisca Linconao embodies the struggle of Chile’s indigenous minority.
You may have never heard of Suriname, but we could all learn a lot from its tradition of religious tolerance.