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August 16, 2023

Spotlight: The Solidarity Index – Korina Emmerich


The Seedcast podcast's latest Spotlight comes from the amazing team behind The Solidarity Index, and they’re sharing their conversation with Indigenous fashion designer and community builder Korina Emmerich (Puyallup).


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August 9, 2023

Nia Tero’s Pacific Northwest (PNW) Art Fellowship Gathers In-Person on Coast Salish Territory in Seattle, Washington

Tracy Rector and Michelle Hurtubise

The 2023 cohort of Nia Tero's Pacific Northwest (PNW) Art Fellowship gather for the first time on Coast Salish Territory this August. Learn more about the program and gathering, as well as vibrant work of the artists in this fellowship.


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April 13, 2023

Indigenous Storytelling Honored by The Webby Awards

SEATTLE, WA (April 12, 2023) – Two Indigenous-made storytelling projects supported by Nia Tero have been honored by the 2023 Webby Awards.


Leo Cerda, Sonia Guajajara, and Nina Gualinga at COP27 in Egypt. Photo by Tracy Rector

March 1, 2023

Coming Soon: Seedcast Season 3


Our Seedcast podcast returns on March 15 with a new season, and host Jessica Ramirez will continue guiding us through a whole new series of stories at the intersections of Indigenous land guardianship, culture, and rights.


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February 17, 2023

Indigenous Storytelling and Narrative Sovereignty at Big Sky Documentary Film Festival 2023

Nancy Kelsey

Nia Tero is proud to be a sponsor the 2023 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival - a trusted longtime ally to Indigenous Peoples and advocate for narrative sovereignty. The Festival convenes annually in Missoula, Montana. Learn more and join in!


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February 15, 2023

Nia Tero | Big Sky Film Festival 2023

Through storytelling, Nia Tero seeks to amplify the power of Indigenous voices across multiple media platforms, both close to home and globally. We are proud supporters of Big Sky Film Festival 2023 and will be present supporting Indigenous media.