How Indigenous fashion is honoring culture through inclusion.
Native American Heritage Month
In The Know hosted its second Native Changemakers event on Nov. 1 with a panel of creatives looking to reclaim their future with Indigenous representation.
Four creators join In The Know’s second annual event spotlighting Native American communities.
Get to know Hud Oberly, the Osage, Caddo and Comanche founder and designer of Brooklyn-based fashion brand, Here’s To You.
Kara Roselle Smith touches on the importance of creativity and why she shares the stories of her and her people
Meet Charlie Amáyá Scott, content creator and advocate sharing her lived experience as a Queer, Indigenous Transfemme.
Current reigning Miss Indian Oklahoma Lily Painter uses her beauty queen title to advocate for missing Indigenous women.
Newell aims to create more cultural authenticity in the wellness space.
November 30 marks Native American Women’s Equal Pay Day 2022.
Roughly 500 Native American children died from the abuse endured while they were at the U.S. boarding schools — a number that is only increasing as more investigations are underway.