Native dancers in tribal regalia

Native Voices traveling exhibition at WWAMI School of Medical Education

ANCHORAGE, AK – The Native Voices traveling exhibition’s Alaska stops included the Alaska WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho) School of Medical Education during winter 2014-2015. WWAMI provides Alaska’s only medical training and is affiliated with the University of Washington School of Medicine. Students enroll at WWAMI for the first year, spend their second…

Micah Kamoe speaks from a podium with the Native Voices traveling exhibition behind him.

Micah Kamoe praises Native Voices traveling exhibition

LOS ANGELES, CA – Micah Kamoe was a panelist during a cross-disciplinary discussion of the Native Voices traveling exhibition at the Louis M. Darling Biomedical Library, University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), on February 24. Kamoe is a student in UCLA’s American Indian Studies Program. Below is an edited version of Kamoe’s first person remarks about…

A male member of the Chickasaw tribe, dressed in bright red, plays the wooden flute.

The Chickasaw Nation Hosts the Native Voices Traveling Exhibition

SULPHUR, OK – The Native Voices traveling exhibition opened in August 2014 and ran through the fall at the Chickasaw Nation’s new art gallery. Bill Anoatubby, the governor of the Chickasaw Nation, welcomed the Native Voices traveling exhibition, which he said underscored the importance of good health for all Chickasaws. Anoatubby said exhibition attendees, “will…