News From the Sisters
What is Black History Month?
Black History Month dates all the way back to 1926 when it was known as ‘Negro History Week’, created by Dr. Carter G. Woodson. This month was chosen by Dr. Woodson because it was the birthday months of Frederick Douglas and Abraham Lincoln.
Indigenous Peoples March
On January 18, 2019, ‘Indigenous Peoples March’ will take place in thousands of cities across the world, making this ...
The Significance Of Hair In Native American Culture
There are many teachings and practices in our tribal cultures that are significant to who we are as Native people. One of many things important to our cultural identity is, our hair. Our hair is considered sacred and significant to who we are as an individual, family, and community.
Winter Solstice is known as our Indian New Year, it marks an important time during the year.
Aloe Vera: Natural Solutions from Native Roots
In Native American culture, long hair was valued in both male and female populations. In photographs of Native Americ...
Giving Back This Holiday Season
As a Native American owned company, we believe it’s important to give back to our community to promote health and wel...
Native American Heritage Month - Honoring our Elders and Ancestors
As we celebrate Native American Heritage Month, it’s very important for us to recognize and honor those who help us ...
Welcome to Sister Sky's NEW website
Welcome friends, We outgrew our old website so we upgraded and built a new one. The old site was clunky and often ...