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Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki’s new exhibits span generations

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is known around the country for its representation of Seminole history. In its two newest exhibitions, the museum is going beyond the scope of history and instead is intertwining generations of culture. The two exhibits, one by children at Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School in Brighton and the other

FGCU’s new exhibit ‘sews a Native truth’

What started as a class project for a museum studies class at Florida Gulf Coast University turned into an educational display of culture and a stance against cultural appropriation. This display and platform is in the shape of a Seminole fashion and culture exhibit, called “Sewing A Native Truth: Florida Seminole

Sitting down with ‘The Voice’ finalist Brooke Simpson

A self-proclaimed ‘happy girl who writes sad songs,’ Haliwa-Saponi tribal member Brooke Simpson took the U.S. by storm in 2017 on the 13th season of NBC’s “The Voice.” Originally from Hollister, North Carolina, Simpson grew up singing with her evangelist parents. Although she sang her whole life, it wasn’t until she