Twin Cities Business Magazine: Native Entrepreneurs take on the future with new approaches to old ways Native people have always been barterers, makers, and community builders. These innovators are taking these innovations to new heights. Alongside innovators like Sioux Chef Sean Sherman and fellow Fond du Lac entrepeneur Round Lake Traditions we continue to adapt and grow Read the article
Come see us at Fashion Week! We will be at the Native Fashion Event of the Spring!! Come check out the fashion, the fun, the vendors, and hang out with Minnesota's Native Fashionistas! Monday April 25 at the Machine Shop! Get tickets ! For more information email us anytime at email@example.com
Information about MMIW Rewarded A New fund aims to aid in the Search for Missing Murdered Relatives launched as a collaboration between Community Organizations Mending the Sacred Hoop and Native Lives Matter alongside Duluth City Officials. Spurred by the still unsolved case of Sheila St Claire, local groups are binding together to reward information hoping to solve these cases. WDIO As part of our Ongoing efforts to support the families and our relatives, Heart Berry is donating ALL PROFITS Saturday January 29 to this information reward fund. If you would like to donate directly Mending the Sacred Hoop email firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information email or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org All Profits made at Heart Berry this Saturday -January 29 will...
Dreams to Fruition It is a bittersweet moment as CEO and Founder of Eighth Generation, Louie Gong retires. What began as a vision drawing on VANS in his living room has become the most successful Native brand in the country. As Inspired Natives collaborators, Heart Berry has been so blessed to be along on this journey. We are so grateful to the vision and mentorship Gong has provided so many. Take a tour and meet the New CEO!