Cultural content

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“My labels were born from my hustle.” Jeremy Arviso Jeremy D. Arviso is a man on a mission. He has a passion for multimedia art, which encompasses graffiti, fashion design, and traditional techniques. Arviso is strongly influenced by his grandmother, a weaver and silversmith who inspired his creativity. He found […]

Behind the Art of Making Camp Navajo: Jeremy D. Arviso



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Yá’át’ééh ‘abiní. The 7 Generation Games design team finished the first phase of Making Camp Navajo, which included brainstorming, drafting, and outlining cultural scripts and mini-games. Throughout our first phase, we were accompanied by our wonderful and highly knowledgable Dine’ cultural consultants, Albert B. Chase of Dine’ Pollen Trail Consulting, […]

Making Camp Navajo: The Journey Home






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  In ReflectionSince the beginning, 7 Generation Games has been steadily working to deliver much-needed resources to rural learners and educators in Native American and Latino communities. The pandemic ramped up our efforts to develop a response to the education disparities that were laid bare last spring. Closing the digital […]

What is Growing Math About?




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When you talk about the homes of traditional Native Americans, the first thing that comes to mind for many people is a tipi. That’s because the tipi, although traditionally used primarily by Plains tribes, is what is most frequently depicted in shows, movies and other images. However, just as there […]

Home, Sweet Home: Tipis, Hogans, Wigwams and More


Now, as many Native people are decolonizing history, or dismantling Western ideologies while revitalizing Native spiritual practices, customs, and livelihoods, they are recognizing that exploring traditional subsistence methods is a positive way to restore their personal resilience and well-being. As an example, Native families in many tribes may gather wild […]

Traditional Subsistence Culture