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as seen IN Hyperallergic:
The 101st edition of the Native arts festival featured 800 artists and extensive programming.
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as seen IN NPR Marketplace:
Over the past few years, as the cost of everything from wholesale goods to labor has gone up, small businesses in particular have faced a tough question: How long can they pass those rising costs along before they start to alienate consumers?
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as seen IN Vogue:
More than a thousand Indigenous artists from more than 200 tribes gathered at the annual Santa Fe Indian Market in New Mexico this weekend. Now in its 101st year, it’s a longstanding tradition for artisans to showcase and sell their pottery, textiles, jewelry, and more.
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as seen IN Native News Online:
Native News Online was on the ground this weekend to capture all of the excitement at the 101st Sante Fe Indian Market, where crowds of more than 100,000 gathered to celebrate Native American culture, fashion and art. All photos by Darren Thompson.
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as seen IN ICT:
One of the summer highlights for many Native creatives is the annual Santa Fe Indian Market in New Mexico. However, it's not the only hot ticket around.
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