Traveling While Native

Native writers tell all when it comes to traveling on native lands, traveling as a native person, and advice on respecting and preserving the culture. The following native peoples are represented: Lakota, Hidatasa, Hawaiian, Chichimeca, Tlaxcalteca, First Nations Nehiyawak (Cree), Gwich’in, Māori, Y’upik (Eskimo), Mexica, Cherokee, Nüümü (Paiute), San Carlos Apache, and Diné (Navajo).

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Things To Keep In Mind Traveling Native Lands by Cali Wolf
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Native American Oscar Dress Designer Explains Native American Fashion And Pow-wow Participation Etiquette by Red Berry Woman
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What You Need To Know Before Traveling To Hawai'i by Corey Kaiahua-Fleming
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Facts About Hawai'i That You Never Knew by Ka'ala Kaio
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Visit Mexico And Discover My Indigenous Roots by Italia
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Disturbing Facts That Will Change Your Mind About Canada by Michaella Shannon
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Yup'ik Eskimo Woman Breaks Down What It Is To Be A Medicine Woman By Angute’karaq
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Mexica-Cherokee Ethnobotanist Explains Foraging From The Land You Travel On By Brenda Tumbaga
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How To Honor The Native American Population While Traveling America by Tazbah Rose Chavez
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How Much Native Are You? And Other Offensive Things Not To Ask by Corinne Oestreich
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Things You Need To Know About Māori Before Traveling To New Zealand by Catherine Nesus
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Everything You Need To Know About Traveling To The Arctic And Supporting Indigenous Artists by Tania Larsson
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How To Travel Across The Grand Canyon And Navajo Nation Respectfully by Ashii Iigaii