Supaman, an Apsáalooke rapper originally from Seattle, will give a virtual performance on Friday as part of the Seattle Is Native Land festival.
Supaman, an Apsáalooke rapper originally from Seattle, gave a virtual performance as part of the Seattle Is Native Land festival last week. You can now watch a recording of the event on Facebook. Artist photo

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The day after Thanksgiving is Native American Heritage Day, capping off Native American Heritage Month. Though celebrating the contributions of indigenous people is always important, this month is an especially good time for it, and many local organizations are holding events for the occasion. We've rounded those up below, along with some other local Native American businesses to support and some notable music, books, and other media with a local indigenous connection. 

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Highline Celebration of Indigenous Voices & Stories
Join Highline Public Schools Native Education Program, Highline Heritage Museum, and other local organizations for an online discussion with and about the urban Native communities in Highline and South King County.

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El Centro de la Raza's annual Christmas tree fundraiser is on now!
Order your tree before 12/20 (or while supplies last) from our Beacon Hill Center at 2524 16th Ave S, Seattle