Native Americans have been experiencing a cultural renaissance recently, with many people becoming interested in learning more about their history and culture. While there are many ways that this trend can be interpreted, it is likely to continue growing for some time.
Native Americans are becoming more visible than ever before, and it’s only going to get better from here!
Many celebrities, such as Rihanna, Bruno Mars, and Pharrell Williams, have been known to incorporate Native American culture into their music and fashion.
In the last 10 years, there has been an increase in Native American-themed television shows and movies. These include popularity of shows like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Mozart in the Jungle that has helped bring more attention to Native American culture overall, as well as helping these shows attract more viewers than they may have otherwise had access to (in addition to helping them sell more merchandise).
It’s also possible that the increased popularity of these shows and movies has led to a rise in non-Native Americans’ interest in learning more about their history and culture.
The growing popularity of food trucks featuring Native American cuisine like fry bread tacos and corn dogs can also be attributed to this trend.
Today we are seeing a rise in Native American representation in many forms of media, and this is largely due to the fact that more people are beginning to recognize the richness and depth of their culture.