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As storytellers, we turn the experience into something shared. We are taking to that great road again to bring our medicine to you. Naming this tour the ‘Take Your Power Back Tour’ felt entirely appropriate given the state of the planet and all Her creatures great and small. Women of wonder and potent poetry will […]

2019 Nahko Medicine Tribe Scholarship Awardees

Thank you Medicine Tribe! We’re proud to announce the 2019 Nahko Medicine Tribe Scholarship Awardees. Ayanna Fuentes, age 18 (Apache, Mayan, Taino, Tlingit) Washington State Doh-j’wi-duhch Xavier Grace, age 13 (Suquamish / Tulalip Tribes), Santa Barbara, CA James Black, age 15 (Los Coyotes Cahuilla/ Santa Ysabel Ipai) San Diego, CA Lester Fredricks, age 14 (Santa […]

2019 world touring has begun!

Medicine Tribe, we’re officially back on the road today, spreading the love across the globe, starting in Australia. Then, heads up New Zealand, US, UK, Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Spain, Czech Republic, Austria, and Canada, come find us in a town near you! 4/17 – Brisbane, AUS – Triffid + 4/18 – Byron Bay, AUS – […]

Nahko Medicine Tribe Scholarship 2019

Medicine Tribe! This is your scholarship. We are all one. We are reflections of each other, of our youth. Most “at-risk” youth grow to become “at-risk” adults. However, a successful life-changing story contains one teacher or one experience that made all the difference in the world. Often, one positive experience can dramatically change a youth’s […]

Live Music Video Premieres from Sugarshack!

Aloha and Ya’at’eeh Relatives, This past summer of 2018, we embarked on a nation wide tour with a very special group of human beings. I remember being in high school when Dispatch’s ‘Bang Bang’ hit the streets and radio waves. Having a developing love for acoustic, indie rock I took a liking to their passion, […]

Face the Current – Nahko: The Voice of a Generation

Nahko: The Voice of a Generation Interview by Chris Assaad Photos by Josué Rivas October 7, 2018 Every once in a while, amidst times of great planetary significance and challenge, a hero emerges to unite people around a noble, common cause. In times past, some heroes have wielded mighty swords and fought courageous battles, while […]

Free The Snake! Join the Flotilla

Aloha Medicine Tribe! JOIN THE FLOTILLA Last year more than 400 people from throughout the Pacific Northwest came together and paddled 6 miles in support of the return of a free-flowing lower Snake River. This year, in recognition of the first Nimiipuu Tribal canoe in nearly a century, the Flotilla will focus on tribal land […]