Joy Huntington, Koyukon Athabascan, was once expelled from an Alaska boarding school is now one of Indian Country’s business success stories.READ MORE
In the late 1980s Willie Parry owned two gas pumps and a rack of cigarettes, now he and his wife have grown Wolf’s Run into a multi-enterprise business.READ MORE
Kawi Café gives new meaning to a caffeine “pick me up.” Kawi, which means “coffee” in Cherokee, is more than a neighborhood café in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. It’s a place for aspiring entrepreneurs to receive hands-on experience in management and the restaurant industry.READ MORE
Larry George Kinley, the longest-serving Chairman of the Lummi Nation, passed away in February 2018 after a battle with cancer.READ MORE
In 2017, Mark Fox, Chairman of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara (MHA) Nation, stumbled across an article in National Geographic that he couldn’t stop thinking about.READ MORE
Mark Fox, Chairman of the MHA Nation, sees the tribe generating its own power, raising and consuming its own food, and exporting their own goods.READ MORE
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