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Albert Evans, a former New York City Ballet principal dancer, has died following a short illness.
By The Associated Press |
Albert Evans performs with Maria Kowroski in the New York City Ballet production of "Agon" in 2005. Photo Â© by Paul Kolnik
Albert Evans, a former New York City Ballet principal dancer and one of the most prominent African-Americans in classical dance, has died following a short illness.
Evans, who was 46, died at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital on Monday night, said Rob Daniels, a spokesman for the ballet company. He did not have details on the nature of the illness.
Evans was one of only two African-American principal dancers in New York City Ballet’s 67-year history. The first was Arthur Mitchell, who is now 81.
As a principal, Evans danced a huge variety of roles in the City Ballet repertoire, from classic to modern, from George Balanchine to Jerome Robbins to Christopher Wheeldon. He joined the company in 1988 and quickly rose through the ranks, becoming a soloist in 1991 and a principal in 1995. Evans retired during the spring 2010 season with an emotional farewell performance, and had been serving since then as a ballet master at the company.
Evans was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and trained there as a youngster. In 1986, he was awarded a full scholarship to the School of American Ballet, NYCB’s official school.
His more prominent roles in Balanchine ballets included the Cavalier in “The Nutcracker” and Puck in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” among many others. He had featured roles in Wheeldon’s “Polyphonia” and “Liturgy.” And he originated roles in a number of works by NYCB chief Peter Martins, including his 1991 “Sleeping Beauty,” in which Evans danced Puss in Boots, and “Romeo + Juliet,” in which he played a commanding Prince of Verona.
Friends and colleagues in the dance world took to social media on Tuesday to praise Evans.
“Goodbye dear Albert, a beautiful soul,” wrote choreographer Alexei Ratmansky on Facebook.
“He gave us all the strength, beauty, joy, laughter, smiles, passion, and inspiration to keep going, to keep pushing onward, to be the best we could be,” wrote principal dancer Sara Mearns on Instagram.
Dancer and rising choreographer Justin Peck, also on Instagram, called Evans “such an incredible, luminous person. Albert always brought warmth, hospitality, enthusiasm, humor to any situation.”
In addition to his dance roles, Evans choreographed several works, including “Haiku,” to music by John Cage, for New York City Ballet’s 2002 Diamond Project, as well as a solo for NYCB principal Peter Boal in 2003, performed at the Joyce Theater.
Evans also appeared in the 2002 “Live From Lincoln Center” broadcast of “New York City Ballet’s Diamond Project: Ten Years of New Choreography.”
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It was a shock to learn that Albert Evans had died at Mount Sinai Hospital on Monday evening, June 22nd, after [what the New York City Ballet spokesman described as] 'a short illness'. Albert was a vital and vivid presence around the Lincoln Center campus for many, many years. As a black man, he was a source of inspiration for a growing cadre of young black dancers -- students at the School of American Ballet and dancers in the Company -- Craig Hall, Taylor Stanley, Olivia Boisson, Silas Farley, Preston Chamblee -- still too few but many more than when he came on the scene. As a man, he was inimitable -- gracious, funny, kind, thoughtful, supportive.
Albert Evans grew up in Atlanta, GA. He first came to the School of American Ballet's for the Summer Session in 1982 when he was just 13. In September 1986 he came back to the School's Winter Term on full scholarship. While still a student at SAB, he was chosen by Elliot Feld to perform in 'The Unanswered Question' choreographed for New York City Ballet's American Music Festival in 1988. It was one of Feld's surrealist circus pieces and Albert played a young man wearing a gold crown and twirling drumsticks as he marched slowly around the stage to a selection of short pieces by Charles Ives. He was also chosen by William Forsythe as a last-minute substitute for his 'Behind the China Dogs' in that Festival.
|Albert Evans and Maria Kowroski in the pas de deux from Balanchine's 'Agon'. |
Photo by Paul Kolnik for NYC Ballet
Albert was invited to join the Company's corps de ballet later in 1988 and was promoted to soloist in 1991 and to principal in 1995. He was the first black dancer promoted to principal by New York City Ballet since Arthur Mitchell in 1955. While he performed in a wide repertoire of ballets, Albert was best known for roles in the Balanchine 'black-and-white' pieces -- 'Agon', 'The Four Temperaments', 'Stravinsky Violin Concerto', 'Symphony in Three Movements', 'Episodes', 'Concerto Barocco' and 'Movements for Piano and Orchestra'/'Momentum Pro Gesualdo' -- which he infused with unexpected warmth and humanity as well as exceptional strength.
|Alfred Evans as Puck in George Balanchine's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' with Arch Higgins and Alexandra Ansanelli. Photo by Paul Kolnik for NYC Ballet|
Albert brought his special charisma and superb technique to lots of other ballets from the Balanchine repertory -- memories of an indelible Puck in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'; an elegant Cavalier in 'The Nutcracker'; the swaggering Rhinestone Cowboy in 'Western Symphony'; the suave song-and-dance man of 'Who Cares?'; the haughty leader of the Czardas in 'Cortege Hongrois'; and the antic sailor in 'Union Jack' all come flooding back.
And who can forget his sensual young ballet student in Jerome Robbins' 'Afternoon of a Faun'?
Peter Martins created a wide range of roles for Albert including the swaggering and sinister Von Rotbart in 'Swan Lake'; the playful 'Puss'n'Boots' in 'Sleeping Beauty'; and original roles in 'Jazz in Six Syncopated Movements'; 'Jeu de Cartes'; 'Slominsky's Earbox'; and 'Todo Buenos Aires'.
He was sought out by choreographers to dance in many of the Company's new works. Among the many memorable roles that were created for Albert were parts in Christopher Wheeldon's 'Klavier'; Ulysses Dove's 'Red Angels';
|Albert Evans with Maria Kowroski in Ulysses Dove's 'Red Angels'. Photo by Paul Kolnik for NYC Ballet|
Miriam Mahdaviani's 'Appalachia Waltz' and 'Correlazione'; Christopher D'Amboise's 'Circle of Fifths'; Garth Fagin's 'Ellington Elation' from 'Duke!'; Alexei Ratmansky's 'Russian Seasons';
|Albert Evans with Rebecca Krohn, Jon Stafford and Rachel Rutherford in Alexei Ratmansky's 'Russian Seasons'.|
Photo by John Ross
Susan Stroman's 'Makin' Whoopee' from 'Double Feature'; and Twyla Tharp's 'The Beethoven Seventh'.
|Wendy Whelan and Albert Evans in the pas de deux from Forsythe's 'Herman Schmerman'.|
Photo by Paul Kolnik for NYC Ballet
Albert retired from the stage after a farewell performance on June 20, 2010. For his farewell Albert danced the pas de deux from William Forsythe's 'Herman Schmerman' with Wendy Whelan; and 'Phlegmatic' in Balanchine's 'Four Temperaments'.
|Albert Evans as 'Phlegmatic' from 'The Four Temperaments' by George Balanchine.|
Photo by Paul Kolnik for NYC Ballet
Denying the sadness of his retirement from performing, Albert used the final moments of his farewell performance to remove his ballet slippers and fling them into the audience and then to lie down behind the mound of flowers he had received from current and former company members.
|Albert Evans lying down with the floral tributes at the end of the farewell ovation.|
Following his retirement from the stage, Albert was appointed a Ballet Master for the Company. Among his many assignments, Albert worked closely with Justin Peck on his new ballets for the Company -- including 'Paz de La Jolla' where his supportive presence was evident in the movie 'Ballet 422' which tracked its creation.
Albert taught occasional classes at the School of American Ballet where he was a wonderful teacher and mentor for a generation of adoring students.
Here's a link to a beautiful tribute that Faye Arthurs posted on her blog, 'Thoughts from the Paint', about her memories of working with Albert:
And here's a link to a posting on 'Oberon's Grove' that discusses Albert's career:
By being himself -- a superb performer and a wonderful human being -- Albert Evans had an enormous impact on everyone who knew him or saw him dance. He left us too soon -- he will be missed.
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- 09/01/2019 - Kochkakoeshke.
- 12/28/2018 - Old Man Pokoh. North Star (Paiute).
- 12/26/2018 - Coyote and blue bird. Well baked little men. Origin of light (pomo).
- 12/25/2018 - Creation of the Old Mole. How the Old Man from Above created the world (shasta).
- 12/23/2018 - How the deer got his shirt. Shy grooming. The wisdom of a simpleton. Loyalty of lovers (Lakota).
- 12/16/2018 - The flight of the Seneca boys. Revenge of the Cherokee. Seneca peacekeepers. Raid on Tikvali'tsi. The last shawano invasion. Careless housewife (Cherokee). nine0024
- 12/10/2018 - Bride from the South. Hunter and Selu. Underground panthers. Little people. Origin of Bears: Bear Songs. Whirlpool with ghosts (Cherokee).
- 11/30/2018 - Placido. El Mocho.
- 11/24/2018 - How the partridge got hold of the whistle. How did the cardinal turn red? How hummingbirds competed with cranes. The owl is getting married. Eagle's revenge. Hunter and Vulture (Cherokee).
- 11/18/2018 - Why does the mole live underground. Revenge of the wolf - the wolf and the dog. How a turkey got a beard. Why does a turkey chirp. Like a kingfisher got a nose (Cherokee). nine0024
- 08/11/2018 - Why do trees shed their leaves. Origin of medicine. Journey to the Rising Sun. Origin of the Pleiades and Pines. The appearance of strawberries (Cherokee).
- 10/31/2018 - The legend of the eagle. How Grandma Spider Stole the Sun. Global flood. What do the stars look like? Milky Way. Great Hornet: the appearance of fish and frogs (Cherokee).
- 11/10/2018 - The boy and the turtles. Legend of the Standing Stone (Dakota).
- 10/10/2018 - Iktomi and the turtle. Domestic donkey. Unctomi and silicon tips. Washna (Pemmican) and Unktomi (Lakota). nine0024
- 06/10/2018 - Creation story (tohono o'odham).
- 05/10/2018 - Seminoles in the sky. Creation History (Seminole).
- 04/10/2018 - How red and white people (flathead/salish) came to be.
- 09/28/2018 - History of creation. Celebrating the death of Tu-chai-pai. Fly on the board (kumeyaay).
- 09/24/2018 - Great flood (Kovichan).
- 09/23/2018 - At the very beginning (yuchi).
- 09/21/2018 - Sweet potion. The appearance of bison (Cheyenne).
- 09/16/2018 - Legend of Vaunty (squamish).
- 09/13/2018 - Spring beauties. Strong vision. Enchanted moccasins. Stone canoe. Nana`b`ojo goes to the feat. The fly saves the river (anishinabi).
- 09/12/2018 - Appearance of the Earth (Tuskegi).
- 09/10/2018 - Juan Chivaria.
- 08/09/2018 - Missing and killed: understanding the scale. The cops put bullets into the Indians with amazing speed. "Memory Walk" An epidemic of disappearances and murders.
- 06/09/2018 - Iktomi and the stupid girl. Iktomi and the old wife. Son Iktomi (Lakota). nine0024
- 05/09/2018 - Coyote and washchu. How did the Lakota originate? History of rabbits. How the Sun and Moon quarreled. Raccoon and crayfish. Rabbit and wapiti. Little mouse. (Lakota).
- 08/28/2018 - Wife for knowledge (Winnebago)
- 08/08/2018 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). Y.
- 02/08/2018 - Mato Ite. Mato Luzahan. Raymond Yellow Thunder. Inkpaduta. Chaska. Ted Tin Elk Sr. Sliced Nose. Marty Two Bulls.
- 07/31/2018 - Howling Wolf. Beaver. Roman nose. Ar-no-ho-wok. nine0024
- 07/10/2018 - Dennis Banks. Adam Beach. Annie Humphrey.
- 04/07/2018 - Red Battle Mace. American Horse. Amos Bad Oxheart. Black wapiti. Joseph Flying By.
- 03/07/2018 - Kate Bear.
- 02/07/2018 - Hastin Kla. Henry Chi Dodge. Barboncito. Kelly R. Vallo.
- 06/29/2018 - Dan George. John Slocum. Marvin Camel.
- 04/06/2018 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). E.
- 05/14/2018 - Juan Antonio. Ruby Modesto. Willie Boy. nine0024
- 11/04/2018 - Making a corral. Great day. Gordon Tutusis. Big Bear. Voice of the Almighty.
- 07/04/2018 - Api-kai-is. Na-To-Sa-Pi. Crow Paw. Eloise Cobell. Pita Macan. Misty Upham. John Louis Clark. Coal.
- 03/14/2018 - Red Bird. Spoon Decora. Julius Drum. Lillian St. Cyr.
- 03/10/2018 - Ann Roberts. Tamanend. Charles Jornicake. Neolin. John Conner. Captain Pipe.
- 02/20/2018 - Chitto Harjo. Enea Ematla. Sophia Alice Callahan. Mali Francis. Big Warrior. Jerome Tiger. Josiah Francis. Hopotle Miko. nine0024
- 01/26/2018 - Black Bird. Big Deer Senior.
- 01/14/2018 - Paula Gunn Allen. Alfonso Roybal. Pope.
- 07/01/2018 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). D.
- 12/19/2017 - Vernon Bellcourt. Clyde Bellcourt. Flat mouth.
- 08/12/2017 - Lucy Nicolar. Molly Spotted Deer.
- 02/11/2017 - Aripeka. Osceola. Alligator. Betty May Tiger Jumper. Bowlegs. Billy Bowlegs II. Billy Bowlegs III.
- 10/18/2017 - Jack Montgomery. Sequoia. Pulling Canoe. Nanie-hee. Talmadge Davis. Atakullaculla. Ostenako. Junalaska. nine0024
- 10/17/2017 - SuAnn Big Crow. Beatrice Medicine. Maria Pearson. Two Hits. David Bald Eagle. Zahn McClarnon. Zitkala-Sha.
- 09/27/2017 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). I.
- 09/19/2017 - Andrew Blackbird.
- 09/15/2017 - About language and words. Recording history. Big Bonfire Speech. "The history of America began with us. "
- 06/17/2017 - What do you hear? What do you see? For the Black Hills! Hoya. There are no whites here. High grass. Slow motion. Stolen tent. East is a delicate matter. nine0024
- 05/28/2017 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). X.
- 05/24/2017 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). Ch.
- 05/17/2017 - Irene Bedard.
- 05/14/2017 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). C.
- 01/02/2017 - Capturing Turtle Island. Continued confrontation. A new round of struggle.
- 01/24/2017 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). No.
- 01/18/2017 - Old cloak (Tsimshian).
- 12/24/2016 - Meeting in paradise. Two Shoshoni. White fools. Mohican. Somewhere in Nevada. There are no Indians in hell. At the doctor. nine0024
- 11/19/2016 - Sherman Alexi.
- 12/11/2016 - Dogs and pepper spray. Deborah White Feather. Lessons from the Standing Stone. Mass arrest. Arrested. Tipi for Clinton. Arrests continue.
- 12/11/2016 - Manon Barbeau: "It's not mainstream." Occupation of the island of Lelu. Court battle.
- 10/31/2016 - Dance of the Ringing Dress.
- 10/26/2016 - Wallace Crazy Bear. Richard Oakes. Beautiful Lake. Decanisor. Scarroady. Alakuipa.
- 09/29/2016 - Kamiakin.
- 09/09/2016 - The last battle. We reject and protest! Appeal to the President. Oil pipeline blockade. Oilmen against the Sioux. UN requirement. Collision. Continuation of the war.
- 08/19/2016 - Black Hawk.
- 08/11/2016 - Condiaronok.
- 07/08/2016 - Mohawk named Vladimir.
- 03/08/2016 - Hehaka Gleshka. Ste-C-Tank. Crazy Horse. Helen Peterson.
- 08/02/2016 - Uncas. Oneka.
- 07/22/2016 - To a white person at the first meeting. Government and a dead horse. Whoa, Kitty! Three Indian old men. Magic moccasins. A pair of cowboy boots. nine0024
- 07/19/2016 - How to impress. Puzzle with a rooster. Indian paradise. Indian hell. At the bus stop. Tlinglit girl and whale. What can you say? What is courage.
- 06/26/2016 - The Yamasee War and Indian slavery.
- 06/20/2016 - Tendoy.
- 05/14/2016 - What the Black Elk did not say. The song is not about Hiawatha.
- 11/05/2016 - Little Raven.
- 05/02/2016 - Crisis in Oka 1990.
- 04/22/2016 - Mulberry Creek Massacre.
- 03/03/2016 - Kuana Parker. Bison Hump. Gil Birmingham.
- 02/24/2016 - Kennecook.
- 01/21/2016 - Smohalla.
- 01/20/2016 - Marias River Massacre.
- 10/12/2015 - John Trudell. Interview.
- 11/18/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). T.
- 11/17/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). S.
- 11/16/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). Р.
- 11/15/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). P.
- 11/14/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). O.
- 13/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). N.
- 12/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). M.
- 11/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). L.
- 11/11/2015 - Sex trade on the reservation: the story of the confrontation of one Indian nation.
- 10/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). K.
- 09/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). I.
- 08/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). З.
- 07/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). Zh.
- 06/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). E.
- 05/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). D.
- 04/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). G.
- 03/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). V.
- 02/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). B.
- 11/01/2015 - Peo. nine0024
- 01/11/2015 - Characters from legends (short dictionary). A.
- 10/20/2015 - Sitting Bull. Red Cloud.
- 10/13/2015 - Kidnapping in law. "Neglect of duties."
- 02/09/2015 - Arizona Apaches: fighting for their land.
- 08/25/2015 - White Hair.
- 08/24/2015 - Squanto.
- 08/23/2015 - 10 facts you didn't know about Indians. Bob Haozus: let's talk "Indian style." I am a North American Indian.
- 01/08/2015 - Spiritual gifts of the Creator. Drum. nine0024
- 07/24/2015 - Potlatch. donation ceremonies.
- 06/23/2015 - Lacrosse.
- 06/19/2015 - Willow Wisdom (Osage).
- 11/06/2015 - Joseph de la Cruz.
- 06/06/2015 - Emily Pauline Johnson. Molly Brant. Ernest Benedict. Jay Silverheels. Charlie Hill.
- 06/04/2015 - They came for the children. Over 6,000 deaths. cultural genocide.
- 06/02/2015 - Juana Maria.
- 05/29/2015 - Obstetrics. The most important thing is love. Raising children among the Meskwaki. nine0024
- 05/24/2015 - Hetkala's little adventure.
- 05/21/2015 - Children are sacred creatures. Indian cradle.
- 05/17/2015 - Origin of the Pleiades (Onondaga legend)
- 05/09/2015 - Bison. Bison trail. The death of bison.
- 05/05/2015 - Mystic artist Rance Hood.
- 04/29/2015 - Some interesting facts
- 04/27/2015 - Captivity stories. Missionaries: Alaska, California, Great Lakes.
- 04/24/2015 - Navajo and astronauts. The power of the icon. How President Bush got an Indian name. Siuper Vignan. In the mountain pasture. Horse riding. nine0024
- 04/14/2015 - If Santa Claus were an Indian. Time measurement. Anishinabi merchant. Clever sidekick. Good memory. Two old men. Blonde on the farm.
- 04/10/2015 - Indian dogs. Salish dogs.
- 09/04/2015 - Black Hawk Nooch.
- 03/23/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. The Indian Problem of America (Chapter Ten).
- 03/22/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. The well-known riddle of the Blue Star Woman (chapter nine).
- 03/21/2015 - Tales of the American Indians. Dream about her grandfather (chapter eight).
- 03/20/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. Warrior's daughter (chapter seven).
- 03/19/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. The path of testing (chapter six).
- 03/15/2015 - Statement by Arvol Watch Horse to the UN. "We're here to deliver that message."
- 03/13/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. Softhearted Sioux (chapter five).
- 03/12/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. Great Spirit (chapter four). nine0024
- 03/11/2015 - Tales of the American Indians. Indian teacher among the Indians (chapter three).
- 09/03/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. The School Days of an Indian Girl (Chapter Two).
- 07/03/2015 - Like a coyote scattered the stars (the legend of the pueblo of Cochiti).
- 06/03/2015 - Flood. Basket Woman (Haida Legends).
- 04/03/2015 - Legends of the American Indians. Impressions of Indian childhood (chapter one).
- 01/03/2015 - Cherokee blowguns. nine0024
- 02/24/2015 - Eagle feather symbolism (lambi legend).
- 02/19/2015 - Buffy St. Marie.
- 02/19/2015 - Corn Planter. Tanacharison.
- 02/17/2015 - How the first stories came out of the earth. Snow Boy. (Lenape legends).
- 02/16/2015 - Ella Deloria. Robert Hill.
- 02/14/2015 - Mary Dorion.
- 02/12/2015 - How a coyote placed stars in the sky (Wasco legend)
- 02/10/2015 - Monroe Tsatoki. James Ochia. Spencer Asa. nine0024
- 28/01/2015 - Susie Walking Bear.
- 01/25/2015 - Butterflies (papago legend).
- 20/01/2015 - There was no room for Indians in Jefferson's free empire. Unknown history of the country. Capture of America.
- 01/17/2015 - Rivalry over wives (kochichi legend).
- 01/17/2015 - Shiki Toklanni. Goyen. Lozen.
- 01/01/2015 - Mitchell Red Cloud.
- 12/22/2014 - Brief "educational program".
- 12/20/2014 - The Lost Bird of Wounded Knee. Rod Lowry. Natavista. nine0024
- 05/12/2014 - Mabel McKay. Elsie Comanche Allen.Thanadeltar.
- 11/30/2014 - Sachin Little Feather. Naomi Lang.
- 11/20/2014 - Bloody Knife. Tonasket.
- 11/18/2014 - Marriage traditions. Lakota. Cherokee.
- 11/13/2014 - Blue Eagle.
- 11/09/2014 - Sar-sarp-kin.
- 23/10/2014 - Language revival: Huma, Yurok, Cherokee, Ojibwe and others.
- 10/23/2014 - Dasoda-he. Kochis.
- 10/09/2014 - Elizabeth Peratrovich.
- 04/10/2014 - Sand Creek. Echo Sand Creek.
- 09/29/2014 - Will Sampson. Joseph Bruchak. Louis Ballard.
- 09/27/2014 - Mirror. White Thunder. Tukhulhulzote. Five Wounds and Rainbow.
- 09/18/2014 - Hagler.
- 07/09/2014 - Native Americans, prisoners of war. Why the Sioux are turning down $1.3 billion.
- 08/30/2014 - Leonard Peltier.
- 09/08/2014 - Russell Means.
- 16/07/2014 - "American Indians - Today's Questions Answered"
- 07/15/2014 - Mother Nature has her own culture, and this is the indigenous culture.
- 07/12/2014 - Two languages in the mind, but only one in the heart.
- 06/26/2014 - Seattle. Moses.
- 06/15/2014 - Treaty of Greenville 1795.
- 15/06/2014 - Indian Removal Act 1830. Cherokee Declaration of 1861.
- 06/11/2014 - Nakaidoclini. Natiotish. Jason Betzinez.
- 05/30/2014 - We are in tune with the Earth
- 05/26/2014 - It is fair that the people share what God has so generously sent them
- 19/05/2014 - They won't have life if we don't protect the water. Seizure of land in the Sioux reservation. Massive salt water leak.
- 05/05/2014 - Headhunters. Massacre on Cypress Hill. It's a crime to be an Indian.
- 05/04/2014 - Tragedy on Sappa Creek
- 04/27/2014 - Dance to heal the Earth
- 03/28/2014 - Indigenous peoples' legal status and organizations in Canada. Indigenous property rights. nine0024
- 03/03/2014 - Indian marriages
- 01/03/2014 - Audrey Chenandoah
- 22/02/2014 - "We demand to be recognized as human beings"
- 21/02/2014 - Keepers of Wisdom
- 02/19/2014 - Sanctity of water Lakota time. Universe.
- 02/19/2014 - Red Cry
- 02/18/2014 - Iktomi and the spirit of the wind. Iktomi and Beaver. Prairie rose. Star boy and seven sisters. Her seven brothers (Lakota). nine0024
- 14/02/2014 - Ancient Indian Beauty Secrets
- 11/02/2014 - Sacred Pipe
- 10/02/2014 - Navajo Language Immersion School. Textbook in the Navajo language.
- 02/07/2014 - "Lone Star" of Texas
- 01/29/2014 - "Gold belongs to a demon that devours all who seek it"
- 01/21/2014 - They must find what they lost
- 01/17/2014 - Yavapai-people of the sun
- 01/06/2014 - The history of the universe and the meaning of dreams. The rise of the myth. Rabbit calls for a truce. Oochigeas and the Invisible Youth (Abenaki). nine0024
- 29/12/2013 - About tattoos and hats
- 28/12/2013 - Wounded Knee. No right to life.
- 24/12/2013 - Ethics and principles
- 22/12/2013 - Rainbow Warriors (Kree legend)
- 18/12/2013 - Briefly about symbolism
- 12/16/2013 - Stereotypes of "hit" films
- 12/14/2013 - Heavy Necklace and the ghost of a woman. The Adventures of the Whirling Bison. Wolf Man. Chief Mountain. Buffalo berries. Origin Legend (Blackfoot). nine0024
- 13/12/2013 - Navajo long way
- 12/12/2013 - Sterilization as a way of "Western democracy"
- 08/12/2013 - About the sacred essence to her possession." You failed to destroy us.
- 06/12/2013 - Pemmican
- 03/12/2013 - World of ghosts and spirits
- 03/12/2013 - Ambrosio Vilhalva
- 26/11/2013 - Protection of the sacred paths of life 90/26/2013 - What National Indian Heritage Month 9 means to me0024
- 26/11/2013 - Wovoka or the story of disappointed hopes
- 25/11/2013 - "This is how the Indians do it"
- 25/11/2013 - How the Indians got to America and not only 2013 - How Columbus Created Cannibals
- 11/24/2013 - 10 Secrets of Love
- 11/22/2013 - The Seven Directions
- 11/21/2013 - Our spirits do not speak English. St. Anne's boarding school.
- 21/11/2013 - Lozen and Tadotsei: true daughters of their people
- 11/21/2013 - A little about the Red Road
- 11/21/2013 - Violence and the law
- 11/21/2013 - Knowing the truth
- 11/21/2013 - "Leader of the red-faced"
- 11/11 2013 - "No to inaction!": history of the movement, main events
- 11/18/2013 - American Indian movement against sterilization and racist terror
- 11/18/2013 - "Twinks"
- 11/17/2013 - Indian elders about Castaneda and other "don Juans"
- 11/16/2013 - Stereotype about "drunken Indians"
- 16/11/2013 - "Brule": a life story in music
- 16/11/2013 - Those who were "Indian" in a "past life".
- 11/16/2013 - Keisha Crowther or the technology of the great deception
- 11/14/2013 - Hobbists About languages and not only
- 11/11/2013 - A land of unequal opportunities
- 09/11/2013 - Stereotypes and reality
- 06/11/2013 - We did not beat the drums
- 06/11/2013 - Thunder Rushing Through the Mountains
- 05/11/2013 - Seven Natural Laws 29/2013 - Culture you can't learn from books
- 28/10/2013 - Native Americans in World War II
- 28/10/2013 - Frank Wauln. We are always ready! Oil 4 Blood
- 26/10/2013 - Where the seeds of racism grow0024
- 10/21/2013 - Jena Mashoni. Robbie Robertson.
- 20/10/2013 - An Indian as a Warrior
- 18/10/2013 - Fighting for their land
- 17/10/2013 - What is it like to be an indigenous people in the 21st century?
- 15/10/2013 - The development of stereotypes
- 14/10/2013 - I was born with a bronze skin
- 12/10/2013 - How America was "opened" 09/10/2013 - "And who is this person that you read to me about?"
- 09/10/2013 - Pocahontas Hostage of Myth
- 04/10/2013 - New Age Mystics, Healers and Their Ceremonies
- 03/10/2013 - US Crisis
- 03/10/2013 - Respect for Timeliness 9004
- 09/30/2013 - Native American character
- 09/27/2013 - Ya'at'ee hello in Navajo
- 09/27/2013 - Aboriginal rights in Canada
- 09/27/2013 - We have always been here
- 09/27/2013 - Everything for travel
- 09/27/2013 - Alimentary experiments on the natives of Canada
- 26/09/2013 - Five stereotypes about Indians most common in movies - First Nations March
- 09/25/2013 - March of Remembrance
- 09/25/2013 - Indian Q&A
- 09/24/2013 - Survival Strategy
- 09/21/2013 - Anna May024
- 21/09/2013 - Echoes of events at Wounded Knee
- 09/21/2013 - Nunadautsunt or "the path where we cried"
- 18/09/2013 - Ecological genocide
- 18/09/2013 - Wilma Mankiller 13/09/2013
- - "We came here to talk about freedom"
- 13/09/2013 - We have the right!
- 09/13/2013 - Modernization of the sawmill
- 09/12/2013 - He walked the "Trail of broken contracts"
- 09/11/2013 - Holocaust
- 09/11/2013 - Original fashion.