is the only American Indian-published and nationally distributed
full-col0r magazine with a focus on career and educational advancement
for Native people. Articles highlight cross-cultural issues of interest
to both Native and non-Native people. In recent years, Winds
of Change has explored such current topics as recovery
and healing within Indian communities, mentoring, long-distance
and bridging traditional science with technology. The magazine is
a forum for such internationally-recognized educators and writers
who address important events, trends and concerns including Vine
Deloria, Jr., Standing Rock Sioux; Don Coyhis, Stockbridge-Munsee
Mohican; Winona LaDuke, Anishinabe; (a couple of other well-known
Native people who we have featured).
artwork on the covers and throughout each issue of Winds
of Change have left distinctive, memorable images in
the minds of readers for many years. Prominent as well as rising
Native artists whose work graces the pages
of the magazine include Helen Hardin, Santa Clara Pueblo; Sam English,
Turtle Mountain Chippewa; Ben Harjo, Seminole/Shawnee; and Ed Defender,
Standing Rock Sioux.
of Change is distributed to student and professional
members of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society;
Native and non-Native subscribers throughout the U.S., Canada, and
several countries in Europe; educators; Indian tribes, urban centers
and state commissions; libraries in high schools, colleges, universities
and public arenas; Indian Health Service patient offices; hotels
in or near Indian Country; and at relevant national conferences.
Winds of Change accepts recruitment
and image advertising from companies, government agencies, businesses
and colleges and universities committed to diversity and to increasing
the number of college-bound Indian students and successful graduates.
is associated with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society
headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico.